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Agile Adoptions that Work and Last - Jose Casal - BCS Agile Methods SG

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Many Agile adoption fail to achieve their promised benefits and those that do often lose momentum after some time. In this session, Jose Casal, talked about why companies considering adopting Agile …

Many Agile adoption fail to achieve their promised benefits and those that do often lose momentum after some time. In this session, Jose Casal, talked about why companies considering adopting Agile need to establish a vision for change, how to approach this change and, finally, what methods can be used for change.

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  • 1. Agile Adoptionsthat Work……and Last Why, How and What 1
  • 2. WHY DO WEADOPT AGILE? 2
  • 3. Organisational WaterfallsANALYSE ANALYSTS CROSS-FUNCTIONAL TEAMS DESIGN ARCHITECTS BUILD DEVELOPERS COMPONENT TEAMS TEST TESTERS DEPLOY OPERATIONS 3
  • 4. Pass the Bucket http://catholicstudentleadership.com/2013/01/04/day-7-the-build-day-2/dsc02432/ 4
  • 5. Process Complexity Diagram Far from Agreement Chaos Requirements Complex Close to Agreement Simple Close to Technology Far from Certainty Certainty“The Stacey Matrix”. Prof Ralph Stacey. 5
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  • 7. INDIVIDUALS & INTERACTIONS OVER PROCESSES AND TOOLS WORKING SOFTWARE OVER COMPREHENSIVE DOCUMENTATION CUSTOMER COLLABORATION OVER CONTRACT NEGOTIATION RESPONDING TO CHANGE OVER FOLLOWING A PLAN 7
  • 8. DO YOU HAVE A COMPELLINGVISIONFOR CHANGE? 8
  • 9. POSSIBLE BENEFITS OF AGILE 1. REDUCED TIME-TO-MARKET 2. INCREASED QUALITY 3. REDUCED WASTE 4. BETTER PREDICTABILITY 5. BETTER MORALE 9“The Truth About Agile Processes” Carey Schwaber. Forrester Research Analyst. 2007
  • 10. HOW DO WEADOPT AGILE? 10
  • 11. Change is not EasyThe Satir Change Model. http://blogs.interfacett.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/06/001-PMP-J-curve-Leading-Change.png 11
  • 12. A BEGINNER WHO HASLEARNED A NEW LANGUAGEALWAYS TRANSLATES IT BACK INTO ITS MOTHER TONGUE KARL MARX 12
  • 13. DO YOU HAVE AN AGILECHANGEPROGRAMME? 13
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  • 15. WHAT IS THE MOST DIFFICULT THING TO CHANGEIN YOUR ORGANISATION? 15
  • 16. Personal Change is Hardhttp://it.toolbox.com/blogs/agile-pm/agile-adoption-across-the-organization-31698 16
  • 17. ESSENTIAL TRANSFORMATION ENABLERS EVOLUTION, NOT REVOLUTION PEOPLE & CULTURE COLLECTIVE JOURNEY EXPERIENCED COACHING 17
  • 18. EVOLUTIONOVER REVOLUTION PEOPLE DONT RESIST CHANGE. THEY RESIST BEING CHANGED. PETER SENGE 18
  • 19. Distance, Resistance & Fragility Water-Scrum-Fall. Forrester Report 19
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  • 21. NOT AN ADOPTION, BUT A DEEPTRANSFORMATION 21
  • 22. LEAN KANBAN APPROACH TO CHANGE START WITH WHAT WE DO NOWAGREE TO PURSUE INCREMENTAL CHANGEINITIALLY RESPECT ALL CURRENT ROLESENCOURAGE ACTS OF LEADERSHIP AT ALL LEVELS 22
  • 23. START FROMWHERE YOU ARE NOW 23
  • 24. PEOPLE & CULTURE CHANGE COMES FROM THE PEOPLE. THEIR BEHAVIOURS FORM THE CULTURE. CHANGE NEEDS TO BE PEOPLE-CENTRIC. 24
  • 25. Business Cultures“The Reengineering Alternative”. William Schneider 25
  • 26. Agile-Friendly Cultures“The Reengineering Alternative”. William Schneider 26
  • 27. The Journey Towards Agility“The Reengineering Alternative”. William Schneider 27
  • 28. The Vehicle for Cultural Change KANBAN KANBAN “The Reengineering Alternative”. William Schneider 28
  • 29. WHAT DO WE USE TOTRANSFORM TO AGILE? 29
  • 30. USE FRAMEWORKS, TECHNIQUES & PRACTICES THAT SUIT YOURCONTEXT 30
  • 31. BEWARE THE SCRUMDAMENTALIST(...AND EVERY OTHER PROCESS FUNDAMENTALIST) 31
  • 32. DO NOT JUSTADOPT THE PRACTICES, TRANSFORM EVERYTHING ONE SMALL STEP AT A TIME 32
  • 33. ESSENTIAL DELIVERY ENABLERS UNCOMPROMISING QUALITY PRODUCT MANAGEMENT ROBUST TESTING SOFTWARE CRAFTSMANSHIP 33
  • 34. ESSENTIAL TRANSFORMATION ENABLERS EVOLUTION, NOT REVOLUTION PEOPLE & CULTURE COLLECTIVE JOURNEY EXPERIENCED COACHING 34
  • 35. radtac.co.uk & agile.bcs.org@jose_casal@radtacltd@bcs_agile 35
  • 36. Accredited Kanban Training2 5% Book via radtac.co.uk/courses/kanban FF ONDARD Promo code ‘BCS13VYU’ STA CE PRI • 23 – 24 Mar London (weekend) • 18 – 19 Apr London 1 5% Book via radtac.co.uk/courses/kanban FF ONDARD Promo code ‘BCS13VML’ STA CE PRI • 13 – 14 MayManchester • 16 – 17 MayLondon • 15 – 16 Jun London (weekend) • 18 – 19 Jul London • 15 – 16 Aug London slidesha.re/ZGJjrx 36