Agile Starter Kit<br />Gil Zilberfeld<br />
Agile… is big<br />Different Methodologies<br />Scrum certification<br />Scrum master<br />Professional scrum developer<br...
Change is hard<br />The organization<br />Peers<br />Where to start?<br />
You can start now<br />Small steps, small victories<br />Make your own way<br />Forget about “how agile you are”<br />Conc...
The challenge<br />You control only yourself<br />And that’s hard byitself<br />People don’t like change<br />And you may ...
What not to do!<br />Tell everyone you’re going agile<br />If you think nobody listened before<br />Proclaim you’re better...
Before you start<br />Identify the coalition<br />If possible, find a running mate<br />Identify the opposition<br />Need ...
Being agile<br />Shortening the feedback loop<br />Communication <br />What’s happening<br />Visibility<br />How are we do...
Be Nice!<br />
Communication<br />Stand-ups<br />2nd best – talk with peers<br />And other managers<br />Also with marketing people<br />
Visibility<br />Whiteboard of sticky notes<br />Planned, in progress, done<br />2nd best: publish successes<br />Don’t: wa...
Visibility<br />Build server<br />2nd best: Integrate often<br />
Visibility – Unit Tests<br />Check-in your test code<br />Automated unit tests running<br />2nd best: Manually run your un...
Improvement<br />Code review <br />Pair programming<br />2ndbest: Work on bugs together<br />
Summary<br />Do what works<br />Get more people on board<br />Be nice!<br />
Questions?<br />gilz@typemock.com<br />www.typemock.com<br />blog.typemock.com<br />
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Agile starter kit

  1. 1. Agile Starter Kit<br />Gil Zilberfeld<br />
  2. 2. Agile… is big<br />Different Methodologies<br />Scrum certification<br />Scrum master<br />Professional scrum developer<br />XP practices<br />
  3. 3. Change is hard<br />The organization<br />Peers<br />Where to start?<br />
  4. 4. You can start now<br />Small steps, small victories<br />Make your own way<br />Forget about “how agile you are”<br />Concentrate on actions<br />
  5. 5. The challenge<br />You control only yourself<br />And that’s hard byitself<br />People don’t like change<br />And you may find some friends<br />
  6. 6. What not to do!<br />Tell everyone you’re going agile<br />If you think nobody listened before<br />Proclaim you’re better than the other peons<br />Of course you are<br />Go whole hog<br />
  7. 7. Before you start<br />Identify the coalition<br />If possible, find a running mate<br />Identify the opposition<br />Need to handle them with care and affection<br />What matters to them? <br />Help them achieve it<br />
  8. 8. Being agile<br />Shortening the feedback loop<br />Communication <br />What’s happening<br />Visibility<br />How are we doing?<br />Improvement<br />How can we do things better?<br />
  9. 9. Be Nice!<br />
  10. 10. Communication<br />Stand-ups<br />2nd best – talk with peers<br />And other managers<br />Also with marketing people<br />
  11. 11. Visibility<br />Whiteboard of sticky notes<br />Planned, in progress, done<br />2nd best: publish successes<br />Don’t: warn all the time<br />
  12. 12. Visibility<br />Build server<br />2nd best: Integrate often<br />
  13. 13. Visibility – Unit Tests<br />Check-in your test code<br />Automated unit tests running<br />2nd best: Manually run your unit tests<br />
  14. 14. Improvement<br />Code review <br />Pair programming<br />2ndbest: Work on bugs together<br />
  15. 15. Summary<br />Do what works<br />Get more people on board<br />Be nice!<br />
  16. 16. Questions?<br />gilz@typemock.com<br />www.typemock.com<br />blog.typemock.com<br />
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