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'A is for Agile, the start of something good!' 'A is for Agile, the start of something good!' Presentation Transcript

  • „A‟ is for Agile, the start of something good!
  • Introduction
  • Why change? BFC
  • History of our world Waterfall RAD RUP DSDM XP Agile AUP Scrum FDD Crystal
  • Agile agile |ˈajәl| adjective able to move quickly and easily : Ruth was as agile as a monkey | figurative his vague manner concealed an agile mind ORIGIN late Middle English : via French from Latin agilis, from agere „do.‟
  • The Agile Manifesto Individuals and interactions over processes and tools Working software over comprehensive documentation Customer collaboration over contract negotiation Responding to change over following a plan That is, while there is value in the items on the right, we value the items on the left more. Source: http://www.agilemanifesto.org
  • Agile Agile is an umbrella term Social Practices for a set of values, principles and practices that have been shown to improve the efficiency, Values productivity, and quality of and software delivery Technology Principles Management Practices Practices
  • Key objectives of Agile business value generation and risk mitigation
  • Agile myths
  • Building blocks of Agile Approach Practices Principles Values
  • Agile values Innovative Courage & Trust Accountability Honesty Creating trust with To show initiative and Having the courage to respect, fairness and creativeness in give and receive timely caring delivering business and honest feedback value Creating a „safe to To share and fail‟ environment Being accountable collaborate with all parties and empowering Holding others teams to show accountable Be transparent with no initiative and make hidden agendas decisions
  • Agile principles Focus on business benefits and risk mitigation Value Collaboration Focus on actively working together and leveraging collective knowledge Focus on time-boxed delivery and sustainable development Speed Focus on adapting to business requirements and welcoming change Flexibility Focus on keeping things simple Simplicity Focus on creating empowered , self-adjusting teams Teamwork
  • Agile practices Automated testing Co-location Test driven development Continuous integration Refactoring Adaptive Sustainable planning Stand- pace ups Pair programming Continuous Retro- Frequent feedback spectives small releases
  • Agile approach Flexibility does not mean chaos Simplicity requires discipline and structure
  • The Agile Project Team Project Sponsor Project Manager Program Enterprise Manager Architect Iteration A cross Manager Tech functional lead Business team Applicatio Analyst Core Infra- structure n Owner Lead Team Tester Bus. SME Architect Software Engineer Support Other key stakeholde Analyst rs Extended Team
  • Let‟s move!
  • Recap Approach Practices Principles Values
  • Agile Academy 2010 Course Curriculum For course overviews go to www.agileacademy.com.au/agile/our_courses ALD AIP AFL ATB Agile Leadership Agile Interpersonal Skills Agile Facilitation Agile Team Building 1d 1d 1d 1d Soft skills Requirement Definition Delivery Management SWM Advanced Agile DAT AAT AGV Agile Design, Agile Automated Agile Project Story writing & Architecture & Expert management 1d Technical Leadership Testing 1d Governance 1d 2d ABD Configuration mgt. ALA Agile for Legacy AIS Build engineering Applications and BAU 1d Competent ACS Story Estimation Agile Builds 2d & Planning APT AGT APM Concept Phase TDD Test strategy & plans Project Management Story Elicitation and Refactoring Agile Testing basics Agile Leadership Pre-Concept Prioritisation Agile Programming for TDD Agile Testing 2d Agile Project Management Stage Contribute 2d 2d ADS DPA Initiate Phase Introduction Story Elaboration Design Patterns Agile Concept Phase Delivery Phase OO Design Start-me-up 1d AAE Agile Aligned for Agile Initiate Phase Introduction Design Patterns for Agile Start-me-up Agile Experts 1/2d Development 2d Prepared 2d Agile Delivery Phase Start-me-up AFI Agile for Infrastructure 1d 2d CIA CBT Agile Demystification Continuous Improvement AFB Agile for TOA (CBT) Taste of Agile using Agile and Lean 1d the Business 1d 2h 1d Currently available Concept & Initiate Deliver (build & test) & Iteration & Project Currently being built Future Releases phases Deploy phases Management V2 March 2010 Agile Academy Confidential and Copyright
  • Typical estimation work breakdown OTHER UI LOGIC DB SYSTEM 100 140 80 60 days days days days = 380 days
  • A story is a slice through all components #89 pri: HIGH est: 3 As a retail banking consultant I need to see all credit card balances for a customer so that I can have a good conversation with the customer. Tests: when positive balance… when negative balance…. 100 Stories 1 Story OTHER UI LOGIC DB SYSTEM = 100 x 3.8 (avg) = 380 days
  • Stories in context - Features are broken into small “stories” of approximately 1-3 days effort 1 week
  • Build for feedback Simplicity Speed Success Lovely woman, portrait, landscape in background
  • What else?
  • What about tracking progress? Story points To Do Done Iterations / Time
  • Documentation - We use documents for communication detail - To arrive at a shared understanding
  • Shared understanding needs more.... “I want a cup of tea and a slice of cake or a coffee.”
  • Agile values shared understanding first. ✘ ✘ ✔
  • Risk mitigation Analysis Analysis Design Design Code +$ Code Test Test Production Prod Return Burn Rate -$
  • Risk mitigation and early business value Analysis Design Code Test +$ Prod Return Burn Rate -$
  • Agile pitfalls - Management commitment - Business involvement - Leadership - Resourcing - Testing challenges - Lipstick
  • Benefits of Agile Decrease Increase Reduce Improve time to quality market Great Maximise Minimise place to Business risk work value Reduce Improve cost responsiveness & service
  • Q&A www.agileacademy.com.au
  • „A‟ is for Agile, the start of something good!