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Agile for Execs (in a nutshell)

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A short presentation on Agile for executives to explain key concepts : why Agile, benchmark, methodologies and big picture in a company, values and change.

A short presentation on Agile for executives to explain key concepts : why Agile, benchmark, methodologies and big picture in a company, values and change.

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  • 1. Agile in a nutshell For Execs
  • 2. Agile is not only a Buzz word • Agile has been around for 12 years (Agile Manifesto, 2001). • As a reaction to traditional Software Management, it advocates: 1. Focus on the People and the Team 2. Strong Collaboration with the Client 3. Deliver working Software early and often 4. Adapt to change 2
  • 3. Benchmark • Agile projects vs Traditional Waterfall projects 3
  • 4. Agile is an Umbrella • Agile is not a methodology in itself. • There are as many concrete practices as there are companies. • We are building our own, based on the Scrum and XP methodologies. 4
  • 5. Company culture and values • xxx 5 Agile Big Picture…in practice
  • 6. Agile values • It goes beyond IT, as Agile practices foster values such as: – Trust. Belief in people. – Honesty and transparency – Commitment – Learning and improving continuously – Helping and supporting each other 6
  • 7. Agile changes Culture… • Moving to: – Quality – Flexibility – Be Smart – Sharing – Self-Reliance – Responsible – Sustainable – Successful …And changing is hard! 7
  • 8. Agile in a nutshell 1. Agile creates better Software 2. Success depends on People 3. Agile doesn’t mean "Chaos is Good" 4. The Agile mindset is more than processes 5. Agile isn’t a Silver Bullet 8
  • 9. References • http://scaledagileframework.com/ • http://blog.standishgroup.com/ • http://theagileexecutive.com/ 9
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