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Soa symposium agile bpm - impossible

  1. 1. Agile BPM – Impossible?
  2. 2. Robert Gimbel • Agile since 2006 • BPM since 2008 • Agile BPM since 2010
  3. 3. Waterfall Approach to Software Development Specification Coding Test Rollout
  4. 4. Agile Approach to Software Development Feature 1 Feature 2 Feature 3 Feature 4
  5. 5. It‘s all about value Agile Value Value Waterfall Value Team Cost Time
  6. 6. Who is agile?
  7. 7. BPM – Agile or Waterfall? Value ROI agile BPM- Project waterfall ROI BPM- Project ROI ROI BPM- Project ROI BPM- Project BPM-Project Time
  8. 8. What‘s your BPM Project like? • Degree of change? • Level of automation?
  9. 9. Agile Methods in BPM Projects? Business IT Interations (Timeboxing, Review) Product Backlog, Estimation, Prioritization Commitment Agile Selforganizing Agile BPM Requirements Team User-/Customer- Agile Testing feedback Burndown Charts
  10. 10. Quick Releases Release 1 Task 2.1 Task 1 Task 3 Task 2.2 Task 2.1 Task 1 Task 3 Task 2.2 Release 2
  11. 11. Process and Agile Requirements create new article article administration open article delete administra- article tion modify article User Story 1 User Story 3 User Story 6 User Story 9 User Story 2 User Story 4 User Story 7 User Story 5 User Story 8
  12. 12. Short Iterations and Quick Releases Release 1.1 Release 1.2 Release 1.3 open article Artikel- administra- verwaltung User Story 2 User Story 1 tion öffnen create new article User Story 3 User Story 4 User Story 5 delete article User Story 9 modify User Story 7 article User Story 6 User Story 8
  13. 13. Product Backlog Feature 3 Sprint 1 Burndown Feature 23 Feature 1 Feature 7 Sprint 2 Feature 11 Feature 16 Feature 17 Sprint 3 Feature 22 Feature 13 Review 1 Review 2 Release Time
  14. 14. Release planning I1 (100%) I2 (75%) I3 (50%) I4 (40%) I5 (30%) I6 (30%) I7 (20%) Today Release 1 Release 2 Level of detail, probability of realization
  15. 15. Practical Example: Process View User Story Link
  16. 16. Practical Example: User Story View User Story GUI Priority Aceptance criteria
  17. 17. Practical Example: Product Backlog Priority Iterations
  18. 18. It‘s Tough and it‘s Fun! Comments?
  19. 19. camunda services GmbH Thank You! Zossener Str. 55-58 1096 Berlin 1 Telefon: +49 30 664 0409-00 Telefax: +49 30 664 0409-29 Email: info@camunda.com Robert Gimbel consultant robert.gimbel@camunda.com SOA Symposium 5th October 2010, Berlin Der Praxis-Blog zu BPM: www.bpm-guide.de

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