• Share
  • Email
  • Embed
  • Like
  • Save
  • Private Content
Agile In An Hour
 

Agile In An Hour

on

  • 638 views

An orientation in Agile frameworks including ideas for enterprise level operation.

An orientation in Agile frameworks including ideas for enterprise level operation.

Statistics

Views

Total Views
638
Views on SlideShare
634
Embed Views
4

Actions

Likes
0
Downloads
18
Comments
0

1 Embed 4

http://www.linkedin.com 4

Accessibility

Categories

Upload Details

Uploaded via as Microsoft PowerPoint

Usage Rights

© All Rights Reserved

Report content

Flagged as inappropriate Flag as inappropriate
Flag as inappropriate

Select your reason for flagging this presentation as inappropriate.

Cancel
  • Full Name Full Name Comment goes here.
    Are you sure you want to
    Your message goes here
    Processing…
Post Comment
Edit your comment

    Agile In An Hour Agile In An Hour Presentation Transcript

    • Agile FrameworksA BRIEF ORIENTATION Slide Deck: © 2012 B. Maloney 1
    • Most Agilist’s View Waterfall is sometimesAgile XP described within Agile as “Big Up Front Design” Waterfallscrum Kanban Slide Deck: © 2012 B. Maloney 2
    • Your Author’s ViewAgile XP Waterfallscrum Kanban Slide Deck: © 2012 B. Maloney 3
    • Stacey MatrixAGILE MANAGEMENT Slide Deck: © 2012 B. Maloney 4
    • Stacey Matrix Far FromAgreement Chaotic Socially Agreement Complicated Complex Simple Technically Close ToAgreement Complicated Close To Certainty Certainty Far From Certainty Slide Deck: © 2012 B. Maloney 5
    • Stacey Matrix: SimplfyingFar From Known ChaoticRequirements SociallyAgreement Complex Complicated Simple Technically Known Far From Certainty Known Technology Slide Deck: © 2012 B. Maloney 6
    • Decision MechanismsFar From Innovation Known Chaotic Creativity Requirements Compromise Debate Political “Zone of Complexity” Decisions Serendipity Standards Guidance Monitoring Trial & Error Experimenting “Rational” Judgment Decisions Decisions Known Far From Known Technology Slide Deck: © 2012 B. Maloney 7
    • ExamplesFar From Known Chaotic Emergency Response Requirements Nuclear Power Complex Plant Location Complicated Airplanes Simple Bridge 1st Man On The Bicycle Moon Known Far From Known Technology Slide Deck: © 2012 B. Maloney 8
    • Operating PracticesFar From Known Chaotic Novel Practice Requirements Complex Emergent Practice Complicated Good Practice Simple Best Practice Known Far From Known Technology Slide Deck: © 2012 B. Maloney 9
    • Applying Agile FrameworksFar From Known Chaotic Agile / Kanban Requirements Complex Agile / scrum Complicated Simple Waterfall Known Far From Known Technology Slide Deck: © 2012 B. Maloney 10
    • Roles / Titles ProductFar From Management Known Chaotic Product Requirements Ownership Program Management Engineering Management Known Far From Known Technology Slide Deck: © 2012 B. Maloney 11
    • Product Planning for Emerging RequirementsLEARNING TO SURF Slide Deck: © 2012 B. Maloney 12
    • Waves V3 V3 Cupertino Cupertino ? ?Time TimeHorizon Horizon V2 V2 Berkeley Berkeley ? ? V1 Atlanta You Are Here X Slide Deck: © 2012 B. Maloney 13
    • Waves V3 V3 Cupertino Cupertino ? ? momentum’sTime direction V2 V2 Berkeley Berkeley ? ? V1 Atlanta Surfboard You Are Here X Slide Deck: © 2012 B. Maloney 14
    • V3 V3 Cupertino Cupertino ? ? wheneverTime objectives slip outside V2 V2 the cone of Berkeley Berkeley momentum ? ? RISK creeps in V1 Anticipate 3 iterations to Atlanta Manage “Cone of Uncertainty” You Are Here X Slide Deck: © 2012 B. Maloney 15
    • Challenge Unchecked momentum continues unconscious directionTime V2 V2 Berkeley Berkeley ? ? Best direction? V1 Atlanta You Are Here X Slide Deck: © 2012 B. Maloney 16
    • Issue V3 CupertinoTime Unconscious V2 forward motion Berkeley = RISK of squandered momentum and short timeline X V1 delivery pressure Atlanta Slide Deck: © 2012 B. Maloney 17
    • SurfingAnticipating 3 iterations V3Helps smooth shifts Cupertino A guess at 3rd iteration V2 V2 Berkeley Berkeley Helps set 2nd iteration and channel momentum V1 Atlanta X Slide Deck: © 2012 B. Maloney 18
    • AnticipateEven if directions V3 V3shift over time Cupertino Cupertino A guess at 3rd iteration V2 V2 Berkeley Berkeley Helps set 2nd iteration and channel momentum V1 Atlanta X Slide Deck: © 2012 B. Maloney 19
    • Outsurf Competition V3 V3 Cupertino CupertinoTime V2 V2 Berkeley Berkeley V1 Anticipate 3 iterations Atlanta AND tune direction over time To address RISK X AND maintain Market responsiveness Slide Deck: © 2012 B. Maloney 20
    • Teaching the Team to SurfUSING AGILETO SURF BIG WAVES Slide Deck: © 2012 B. Maloney 21
    • Basics: Single Teams Iteration Backlog Iteration aka SprintProductBacklog 1d Typically Sprint Commit aka 1-4 wks Potentially Shippable Team Increment Time Horizon Slide Deck: © 2012 B. Maloney 22
    • Multiple Teams Typical Agile Practice: Run “Scrum of Scrums” to coordinate across teams Potentially Shippable Increment Time Horizon Slide Deck: © 2012 B. Maloney 23
    • Complex Products Solely using “Scrum of Scrums” across teams Potentially Shippable Increment Time Horizon Slide Deck: © 2012 B. Maloney 24
    • Complex Products Solely using “Scrum of Scrums” across teams can miss market shifts and lead to reactive operation V3 V2 X V1 Potentially Shippable Increment Time Horizon Slide Deck: © 2012 B. Maloney 25
    • Scaled Agile Framework details how to grow Agile techniques across multiple project teams more available at scaledagileframework.com Slide Deck: © 2012 B. Maloney 26
    • Surfing with Agile: Execution Portfolio Business Architecture Program Use Scrum of Scrums across program execution(Re) Act Team Time Horizon Slide Deck: © 2012 B. Maloney 27
    • Surfing with Agile: Anticipation Portfolio Business XAnticipate Architecture Anticipate Business & Technology conditions for a 3 release horizon Program(Re) Act Team Time Horizon Slide Deck: © 2012 B. Maloney 28
    • Looking Across AND Ahead Portfolio Business XAnticipate Architecture Coordinate plans both across execution & ahead of market Cross Team Handshake Coordinate Program(Re) Act Team Time Horizon Slide Deck: © 2012 B. Maloney 29
    • Bernie Maloney, CSPPE, CSM, CSPOAgile CoachTurning Strategies into ResultsFor People, Teams & BusinessesFrom Startup to Beyond $100M twitter.com/#!/ berniemaloney slideshare.net/ berniemaloney about.me/ berniemaloney Slide Deck: © 2012 B. Maloney 30
    • Saturday November 3, 2012Nokia, SunnyvaleVOTE: bit.ly/mcsv12influenceBuilding Products that Delight Customers:Hands-on Product Management30 StudentsStanford Continuing Studies – BUS 151st Class: January 28, 2013BERNIE’S FUTURE PRESENTATIONS Slide Deck: © 2012 B. Maloney 31
    • Ut Prosim. Namaste.FIN Slide Deck: © 2012 B. Maloney 32