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A two hour session, includes an overview and some experiential training.

A two hour session, includes an overview and some experiential training.

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Intro to agile - hear it, see it, feel it. Intro to agile - hear it, see it, feel it. Presentation Transcript

  • Agile What’s it all about? Copyright © 2008-2013 Cow Consulting Ltd. Wednesday, 28 August 13
  • What’s Agile? AgileManifesto.org also important is agile principles Scrumalliance.org “what is scrum” and “scrum 101” Other agile methods XP (extreme programming), DSDM Atern, Lean, Kanban, Crystal, FDD, AUP Copyright © 2008-2013 Cow Consulting Ltd. Wednesday, 28 August 13
  • Agility & Reality More than 84% of organisations practice agile development Another 13% plan to introduce agile in the next 12 months Top 3 reasons are speed to market, manage changing business priorities, and better align business and IT Over 80% use Scrum, a third combine this with other methods Copyright © 2008-2013 Cow Consulting Ltd. Wednesday, 28 August 13
  • Scrum one of several agile methods a simple iterative and incremental framework a tool to gather feedback during product development a continuous improvement system Copyright © 2008-2013 Cow Consulting Ltd. Wednesday, 28 August 13
  • Three Roles Product owner: responsible for the business value of the project ScrumMaster: ensures that the team is functional and productive Team: self-organises to get the work done Copyright © 2008-2013 Cow Consulting Ltd. Wednesday, 28 August 13
  • Four Ceremonies Sprint planning: the team meets with the product owner to choose which items to deliver for a sprint Daily scrum: the team meets each day to share struggles and progress Sprint reviews: the team demonstrates to the product owner what it has completed Sprint retrospectives: the team looks for ways to improve the product and the process Copyright © 2008-2013 Cow Consulting Ltd. Wednesday, 28 August 13
  • Three Artefacts Product backlog: ordered list of ideas for the product Sprint backlog: set of work from the product backlog that the team agrees to complete in a sprint, broken into tasks Product increment: required result of every sprint.  It is an integrated version of the product, kept at high enough quality to be shippable. Copyright © 2008-2013 Cow Consulting Ltd. Wednesday, 28 August 13
  • FOCUS OPENNESS COURAGE COMMITMENT RESPECT Scrum Values Copyright © 2008-2013 Cow Consulting Ltd. Wednesday, 28 August 13
  • Agility & Behaviour Copyright © 2008-2013 Cow Consulting Ltd. Wednesday, 28 August 13
  • Agility & Practice Copyright © 2008-2013 Cow Consulting Ltd. Wednesday, 28 August 13
  • Create a book for children Design, produce and review Copyright © 2008-2013 Cow Consulting Ltd. Wednesday, 28 August 13
  • 1. As a parent I can be excited by the cover page so that I will open the book and read it to my child. 2. As a child I can see colourful pictures of the characters so that I can understand the story without having to read it. 3. As a child I can count the characters and items so that I can develop my counting skills. 4. As a sponsor I can showcase my advertisement so that parents will contact me for our services. 5. As a parent I can read the story to my child so that I don't have to make up the words. 6. As a child I can do a fun activity so that I will enjoy this book for a long time. 7. As a parent I can get an content appropriate book for my 4-6 year old child so that they are able to understand it. 8. As a parent I can buy a sturdy book so that it will last for many years. 9. As a sponsor I can see my PSA about being kind to animals so that the next generation will improve on the last. 10. As a parent I can learn about the authors so that I can buy more books from them. Product Backlog Copyright © 2008-2013 Cow Consulting Ltd. Wednesday, 28 August 13
  • 00:00 Sprint Planning (decide how much to do) 00:01 Day 1 in Sprint 1 (work) 00:05 Daily Scrum in Sprint 1 (what did you do, what will you do, obstacles) 00:06 Day 2 in Sprint 1 (work) 00:10 Presentation on Sprint Review & Sprint Retrospective 00:15 Sprint Review/Demo by each team (show the work) 00:20 Sprint Retrospective (what went well, what to improve) 00:22 Sprint Planning (decide how much to do) 00:24 Day 1 in Sprint 2 (work) 00:28 Daily Scrum in Sprint 2 (what did you do, what will you do, obstacles) 00:29 Day 2 in Sprint 2 (work) 00:33 Sprint Review/Demo by each team (show the work) 00:38 Sprint Retrospective (what went well, what to improve) 00:40 Wrap Up Schedule Copyright © 2008-2013 Cow Consulting Ltd. Wednesday, 28 August 13
  • Acknowledgements VersionOne’s State of Agile Development Survey Scrumalliance.org Berteig Consulting via agilepainrelief.com for Goldilocks game (adapted) Derek Sivers for Leadership Lessons from dancing guy Copyright © 2008-2013 Cow Consulting Ltd. Wednesday, 28 August 13