Webinar Content - Scrum is one of the most successful Agile methods in themarket. It is conceptually simple to understand ...
Managing the WebinarBecause of numbers everyone other than the presentersare on mute.Using the GoTo Webinar control panel ...
Improve ScrumUsing KanbanMake the best of both3
4SCRUM IS THEMOST SUCCESSFULAGILE FRAMEWORK
5SIGNIFICANTFAILED AGILEADOPTIONS
6BEWARE THESCRUMDAMENTALIST(...AND EVERY OTHER PROCESS FUNDAMENTALIST)
7LIMITS & CHALLENGESOF HOW SCRUMIS OFTEN IMPLEMENTED
8“CARGO CULT”ADOPTION OF THEROLES & PRACTICES
9SCRUM SETS THEFUTURE VISIONBUT NOTHOW TO GET THERE
10EXPECTATION OFCROSS-FUNCTIONALTEAMS
11ESTABLISHES ASIMPLE PROCESSBUT STRICTLY FOLLOWINGTHIS PROCESSOFTEN DISTRACTS TEAMSFROM FOCUSING ONDELIVERY
12SCRUM ASSUMES IT CANWORK EVERYWHERE
13KANBAN AS AVEHICLE FORCHANGE…TO ACHIEVESUSTAINABLE AGILITY
14SIMILARITIES BETWEENSCRUM & KANBAN PULL SYSTEMS TRANSPARENCY SELF-ORGANISING TEAMS LIMIT “WORK IN PROGRESS”
15KANBANAPPROACH TO CHANGE1. START WITH WHAT WE DO NOW2. AGREE TO PURSUE INCREMENTAL CHANGE3. INITIALLY, RESPECT ALL CURRE...
Distance, Resistance & Fragility16Water-Scrum-Fall. Forrester Report
Change is not Easy17The Satir Change Model. http://blogs.interfacett.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/06/001-PMP-J-curve-Leadin...
Business Cultures18“The Reengineering Alternative”. William Schneider
Agile-Friendly Cultures19“The Reengineering Alternative”. William Schneider
The Journey Towards Agility20“The Reengineering Alternative”. William Schneider
The Vehicle for Cultural Change21“The Reengineering Alternative”. William SchneiderKANBANKANBAN
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23KANBANSYSTEM DESIGN…FROM SCRUM
Product Backlog in Scrum24
Sprint Planning with Scrum25
Progress During a Sprint26
The End of a Sprint27
28QUALITY OFUSER STORIES &COORDINATIONOVERHEADS
29QUALITY DEGRADATIONAT THE END OF THESPRINT
Improved Sprint Planning30
Explicit WIP Limits31
The End of the Sprint32
Preparing the Next Sprint33
Sprint-level WIP Limits34
35radtac.co.uk & agile.bcs.org@jose_casal@radtacltd@bcs_agile
36Kanban Training for ScrumMastersBook via radtac.co.uk/courses/kp2Promo code „LEANKIT800‟•23 – 24 Jun London (weekend)•18...
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Scrum is one of the most successful Agile methods in the market. It is conceptually simple to understand (the official guide is only 16 pages long). So, why do many companies fail to successfully implement and sustain their Agile adoptions? An engaging presentation exploring common challenges faced when trying to implement Scrum and how Kanban can improve these.

Presenter: Jose Casal - Accredited Kanban Trainer, Member of the Lean Kanban University Advisory Board, Chair of the British Computer Society (BCS) Agile Methods Specialist Group. Chair of the BCS London Lean Kanban Day conference. Lead in the creation of the new BCS Foundation Certificate in Agile Practice.

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  • ANY AGILE…TRAINERS?COACHES?PRACTITIONERS?DOUBTERS?HATERS?USING AGILE OUTSIDE IT?USING AGILE IN A TEAM AND LOVING IT?USING AGILE AND STRUGGLING TO SEE THE POINT OR MAKING IT WORK?TRIED IT AND IT DID NOT WORK?
  • FAILING TO UNDERSTAND THE PHILOSOPHY & MINDSET
  • IGNORES THE REALITY OFSPECIALIST SKILLS
  • BUT DOES NOT LOOK INTO “CULTURE FITNESS”
  • Improve Scrum Using Kanban - Jose Casal - Radtac & BCS Agile SG

    1. 1. Webinar Content - Scrum is one of the most successful Agile methods in themarket. It is conceptually simple to understand (the official guide is only 16pages long). So, why do many companies fail to successfully implement andsustain their Agile adoptions? An engaging presentation exploring commonchallenges faced when trying to implement Scrum and how Kanban canimprove these.Webinar in association with radtacPresenter: Jose Casal -Accredited Kanban Trainer, Member of theLean Kanban University Advisory Board, Chair of the BritishComputer Society (BCS) Agile Methods Specialist Group. Chair ofthe BCS London Lean Kanban Day conference. Lead in the creationof the new BCS Foundation Certificate in Agile Practice.Jack Strong
    2. 2. Managing the WebinarBecause of numbers everyone other than the presentersare on mute.Using the GoTo Webinar control panel send anyQuestions to me as they come to you.At the end of the presentations (30 Minutes)I will bring up the questions and ask Jose to answer them.If you have any questions after the webinar please sendto jack.strong@leankit.co.ukA link to the presentation will be sent to everyone tomorrow.We will also send a survey which we would greatly appreciate youcompleting.
    3. 3. Improve ScrumUsing KanbanMake the best of both3
    4. 4. 4SCRUM IS THEMOST SUCCESSFULAGILE FRAMEWORK
    5. 5. 5SIGNIFICANTFAILED AGILEADOPTIONS
    6. 6. 6BEWARE THESCRUMDAMENTALIST(...AND EVERY OTHER PROCESS FUNDAMENTALIST)
    7. 7. 7LIMITS & CHALLENGESOF HOW SCRUMIS OFTEN IMPLEMENTED
    8. 8. 8“CARGO CULT”ADOPTION OF THEROLES & PRACTICES
    9. 9. 9SCRUM SETS THEFUTURE VISIONBUT NOTHOW TO GET THERE
    10. 10. 10EXPECTATION OFCROSS-FUNCTIONALTEAMS
    11. 11. 11ESTABLISHES ASIMPLE PROCESSBUT STRICTLY FOLLOWINGTHIS PROCESSOFTEN DISTRACTS TEAMSFROM FOCUSING ONDELIVERY
    12. 12. 12SCRUM ASSUMES IT CANWORK EVERYWHERE
    13. 13. 13KANBAN AS AVEHICLE FORCHANGE…TO ACHIEVESUSTAINABLE AGILITY
    14. 14. 14SIMILARITIES BETWEENSCRUM & KANBAN PULL SYSTEMS TRANSPARENCY SELF-ORGANISING TEAMS LIMIT “WORK IN PROGRESS”
    15. 15. 15KANBANAPPROACH TO CHANGE1. START WITH WHAT WE DO NOW2. AGREE TO PURSUE INCREMENTAL CHANGE3. INITIALLY, RESPECT ALL CURRENT ROLES4. ENCOURAGE ACTS OF LEADERSHIP AT ALLLEVELS
    16. 16. Distance, Resistance & Fragility16Water-Scrum-Fall. Forrester Report
    17. 17. Change is not Easy17The Satir Change Model. http://blogs.interfacett.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/06/001-PMP-J-curve-Leading-Change.png
    18. 18. Business Cultures18“The Reengineering Alternative”. William Schneider
    19. 19. Agile-Friendly Cultures19“The Reengineering Alternative”. William Schneider
    20. 20. The Journey Towards Agility20“The Reengineering Alternative”. William Schneider
    21. 21. The Vehicle for Cultural Change21“The Reengineering Alternative”. William SchneiderKANBANKANBAN
    22. 22. 22
    23. 23. 23KANBANSYSTEM DESIGN…FROM SCRUM
    24. 24. Product Backlog in Scrum24
    25. 25. Sprint Planning with Scrum25
    26. 26. Progress During a Sprint26
    27. 27. The End of a Sprint27
    28. 28. 28QUALITY OFUSER STORIES &COORDINATIONOVERHEADS
    29. 29. 29QUALITY DEGRADATIONAT THE END OF THESPRINT
    30. 30. Improved Sprint Planning30
    31. 31. Explicit WIP Limits31
    32. 32. The End of the Sprint32
    33. 33. Preparing the Next Sprint33
    34. 34. Sprint-level WIP Limits34
    35. 35. 35radtac.co.uk & agile.bcs.org@jose_casal@radtacltd@bcs_agile
    36. 36. 36Kanban Training for ScrumMastersBook via radtac.co.uk/courses/kp2Promo code „LEANKIT800‟•23 – 24 Jun London (weekend)•18 – 19 Jul LondonPromotion open to attendees of the LeanKitwebinarsSlides available on slideshare.net/jcasal1

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