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QCon_Tokyo_2010

  1. 1. For QCon Tokyo 2010 Adopt Scrum?! THE FIRST STEP TO SUCCESS Kazumasa EBATA(ebacky) Odd-e Japan 04.19.2010 (C) 2010 Kazumasa EBATA
  2. 2. INTRODUCTION (C) 2010 Kazumasa EBATA
  3. 3. INTRODUCTION CSP( ) ” ” ” (C) 2010 Kazumasa EBATA
  4. 4. CAUTION No Silver Bullet essence and accidents of software engineering Do you know? (C) 2010 Kazumasa EBATA
  5. 5. CAUTION No Silver Bullet essence and accidents of software engineering Do you know? Lean is not a silver bullet Agile is not a silver bullet I don’t know of one silver bullet (C) 2010 Kazumasa EBATA
  6. 6. CONTENT • introduction, caution • theme • confirmation • content • necessity • unnecessity • training • Q&A • conclusion (C) 2010 Kazumasa EBATA
  7. 7. THEME Guiding "Gemba" to Scrum A Supportive Push (C) 2010 Kazumasa EBATA
  8. 8. CONFIRMATION (C) 2010 Kazumasa EBATA
  9. 9. CONFIRMATION Do you want to improve “Gemba” ? How do you want to improve it ? Write it in your parking lot (C) 2010 Kazumasa EBATA
  10. 10. necessary What is necessary for Scrum to take root in Gemba ? (C) 2010 Kazumasa EBATA
  11. 11. necessary the repetition of the “study and follow through” cycle is important (C) 2010 Kazumasa EBATA
  12. 12. necessary What and How ? (C) 2010 Kazumasa EBATA
  13. 13. necessary OK! I’ll explain it little by little (C) 2010 Kazumasa EBATA
  14. 14. necessary Part. 1 : Determination Prepare yourself for the “follow through” Challenge yourself! (C) 2010 Kazumasa EBATA
  15. 15. necessary Part. 2 :Duration set your Time-box around two weeks is good... (C) 2010 Kazumasa EBATA
  16. 16. necessary Part. 3 : Generate Determine what things you should do More is better! (C) 2010 Kazumasa EBATA
  17. 17. necessary Part. 4 : Priority Add a priority to all the items you generated Not everything is “the highest priority” (C) 2010 Kazumasa EBATA
  18. 18. necessary Part. 5 : Estimation Estimate all items ! compare them and estimate... (C) 2010 Kazumasa EBATA
  19. 19. necessary Part. 6 : Planning Determine how many items you can achieve in your time-box confirm your schedule (C) 2010 Kazumasa EBATA
  20. 20. necessary Part. 7 : Commit Commit to the items that you planned for your time-box Let’s go for it! (C) 2010 Kazumasa EBATA
  21. 21. necessary Part. 8 : Action Concentrate and execute keep moving forward... (C) 2010 Kazumasa EBATA
  22. 22. necessary Part. 9 : Reflect How were your results and your process ? What could be improved? Results & Process (C) 2010 Kazumasa EBATA
  23. 23. necessary Part. 10 : Improvement What bad points from this time-box can we improve ? Add small items that have concrete targets to your list (C) 2010 Kazumasa EBATA
  24. 24. necessary Part. 11 : Iteration (Sprint) Repeat Part.3 through Part.10 Let’s try the next sprint! (C) 2010 Kazumasa EBATA
  25. 25. necessary Proposal (C) 2010 Kazumasa EBATA
  26. 26. necessary Practice and create your own experiences! With experience you can explain Scrum (C) 2010 Kazumasa EBATA
  27. 27. unnecessary What is unnecessary for Scrum to take root in Gemba ? (C) 2010 Kazumasa EBATA
  28. 28. unnecessary Arrogance (C) 2010 Kazumasa EBATA
  29. 29. unnecessary For example antagonism & contempt (C) 2010 Kazumasa EBATA
  30. 30. unnecessary Antagonism Do you want to conflict ? What was the purpose ? (C) 2010 Kazumasa EBATA
  31. 31. unnecessary Contempt Don’t you want to do fun work with friends ? Do you only want to force your opinion on others ? (C) 2010 Kazumasa EBATA
  32. 32. unnecessary Proposal (C) 2010 Kazumasa EBATA
  33. 33. unnecessary Let's accept diversity You can only change yourself (C) 2010 Kazumasa EBATA
  34. 34. unnecessary Let's share the awareness of the issues and work together to solve problems the health of the entire system is everyone's responsibility (C) 2010 Kazumasa EBATA
  35. 35. training What training should we have? (C) 2010 Kazumasa EBATA
  36. 36. training Participate in the “Sukusuku-Scrum” community (C) 2010 Kazumasa EBATA
  37. 37. training Try a “Certified ScrumMaster” course (C) 2010 Kazumasa EBATA
  38. 38. training try finding a good coach and try working with a good coach (C) 2010 Kazumasa EBATA
  39. 39. training Have a distinct image Have a strong sense of purpose until (Goal Achieved) { Analysis of the present state Try the next step Reflect } "work together, learn together" (C) 2010 Kazumasa EBATA
  40. 40. training Proposal (C) 2010 Kazumasa EBATA
  41. 41. training Please do not neglect the effort to always improve your abilities (C) 2010 Kazumasa EBATA
  42. 42. training There are a lot of opportunities to learn ex.) CSM, Agile Japan, TDDBC, Sukusuku-Scrum, e.t.c... (C) 2010 Kazumasa EBATA
  43. 43. Q&A 40
  44. 44. question and answer Do you have any questions? also Check the parking lot (C) 2010 Kazumasa EBATA
  45. 45. conclusion 42
  46. 46. IN CONCLUSION I cannot deny bringing Scrum to Gemba is difficult (C) 2010 Kazumasa EBATA
  47. 47. IN CONCLUSION but... (C) 2010 Kazumasa EBATA
  48. 48. IN CONCLUSION “Stay On Target” (C) 2010 Kazumasa EBATA
  49. 49. IN CONCLUSION What do you want to achieve by bringing Scrum to Gemba ? (C) 2010 Kazumasa EBATA
  50. 50. IN CONCLUSION No Silver Bullet essence and accidents of software engineering Do you know? Lean is not a silver bullet Agile is not a silver bullet I don’t know of one silver bullet (C) 2010 Kazumasa EBATA
  51. 51. IN CONCLUSION Please do not think that the change takes place because of one action (C) 2010 Kazumasa EBATA
  52. 52. IN CONCLUSION (C) 2010 Kazumasa EBATA
  53. 53. IN CONCLUSION small change small challenge small success or failure check results check process (C) 2010 Kazumasa EBATA
  54. 54. IN CONCLUSION Strategic trial and error (C) 2010 Kazumasa EBATA
  55. 55. IN CONCLUSION maintain motivation (C) 2010 Kazumasa EBATA
  56. 56. IN CONCLUSION Intentionally maintain sustainable work volume (C) 2010 Kazumasa EBATA
  57. 57. IN CONCLUSION always have people in mind (C) 2010 Kazumasa EBATA
  58. 58. IN CONCLUSION Because the cause of most problems depends on people and not the tools and technology (C) 2010 Kazumasa EBATA
  59. 59. IN CONCLUSION “After all, system development is about people. What technology to use to make something useful; focus and think about that. The engineering is a fun job!” (C) 2010 Kazumasa EBATA
  60. 60. IN CONCLUSION Do you want to improve “Genba” ? How do you want to improve it ? What will you do? (C) 2010 Kazumasa EBATA
  61. 61. THANK YOU Thank you very much! (C) 2010 Kazumasa EBATA

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