Patterns of agility, how to recognize and agile project when you see one

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Presentation at Scan-Agile 2011 and Agile Riga Day 2011 about how to recognize what type of project you are in, and how to improve it towards a more agile, responsive, higher quality project

Presentation at Scan-Agile 2011 and Agile Riga Day 2011 about how to recognize what type of project you are in, and how to improve it towards a more agile, responsive, higher quality project

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  • 1. Scan-Agile 2011
    Vasco Duarte
    Patterns of Agility
  • 2. Vasco Duarte
    @duarte_vasco
    http://bit.ly/vasco_blog
    http://bit.ly/vasco_slideshare
  • 3.
  • 4. No! Mine is more Agile!
    My project is Agile!
    Can you please talk WITHOUT using Comic Sans?
    Live from the Agile Wars
  • 5.
  • 6.
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  • 8. The typical life-cycle phases of a project
  • 9. The waterfall life-cycle model
  • 10. The Liner-Iterative life-cycle model
    Design phase
    Development phase
    Testing phase
  • 11. The Agile (aka Incremental and Iterative) Life-cyle model
    Do all activities simultaneously in short iterations until ready…
    Release the product
  • 12. The Plan
    Waterfall
  • 13. I’m confused, I don’t have requirements ready by I am allowed to start coding?
    Linear Iterative
  • 14. Do what it takes to trace a bullet through the system
    Agile
  • 15. Waterfall
  • 16. Linear Iterative
  • 17. Agile
  • 18. Development phase
    Desperately testing and fixing phase
    Waterfall
  • 19. The “landing” curve
    But we are here…
    We should be here…
    Pre-determined length…
    Linear Iterative
  • 20. Code
    Complete
    Code
    Freeze
    Agile
  • 21. Self-awareness and Reflection
  • 22. The force with strong with this audience
  • 23. Currently an Agile Coach in Nokia, Vasco Duarte is an experienced product and project manager, having worked in the software industry since 1997. Vasco has also been an Agile practitioner since 2004, he is one of the leaders and a catalyst in the adoption of Agile methods and an Agile culture at Nokia and previously at F-Secure.
    Vasco's contributions to the improvement of the software development profession can be read in his blog: http://softwaredevelopmenttoday.blogspot.com.
    You can follow Vasco on twitter: @duarte_vasco