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Using doctrine to decentralise decision making
Using doctrine to decentralise decision making
Using doctrine to decentralise decision making
Using doctrine to decentralise decision making
Using doctrine to decentralise decision making
Using doctrine to decentralise decision making
Using doctrine to decentralise decision making
Using doctrine to decentralise decision making
Using doctrine to decentralise decision making
Using doctrine to decentralise decision making
Using doctrine to decentralise decision making
Using doctrine to decentralise decision making
Using doctrine to decentralise decision making
Using doctrine to decentralise decision making
Using doctrine to decentralise decision making
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Using doctrine to decentralise decision making

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Introduction and exercise about what is Agile doctrine presented at the Melbourne Limited WIP Society

Introduction and exercise about what is Agile doctrine presented at the Melbourne Limited WIP Society

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  • 1. Using Doctrine to Decentralise Decision Making Jason Yip jcyip@thoughtworks.com @jchyip http://jchyip.blogspot.com
  • 2. Why doctrine?
  • 3. Mark Bonchek and Chris Fussell, “UseDoctrine to Pierce the Fog of Business”,http://blogs.hbr.org/cs/2013/02/use_doctrine_to_pierce_the_f.html
  • 4. “Strategy doesnt give employees enoughguidance to know how to take action, andplans are too rigid to adapt to changingcircumstances. In rapidly changingenvironments, you need fog lights to getcloser to the ground.”
  • 5. "If strategy defines objectives, andplans prescribe behavior, thendoctrine guides decisions."
  • 6. What is doctrine?
  • 7. “Fundamental principles by which themilitary forces guide their actions insupport of objectives. It is authoritativebut requires judgment in application.”NATO
  • 8. Doctrine allows us to safely decentralisedecision-making by having consistentdecision logic.
  • 9. What is Agile doctrine?
  • 10. What are fundamental principles by whichAgile practitioners guide their actions anddecisions in support of objectives... that areauthoritative but require judgment inapplication?
  • 11. Split up into small groups Come up with at most 5 principles for Agile doctrine Words and pictures Apply to test scenarios All comments / decisions must be guided by doctrine
  • 12. Agile doctrine test scenarios
  • 13. “We’ve prepared a RFP that details thesolution and when and what processdeliverables are required.”
  • 14. “Were working on a large program with a lotof different teams. We plan to agree on allthe interfaces up front in an interfacedocument, and then build independently,before doing integration testing at the end.”
  • 15. “Our meetings are too much overheadso we should increase the length of ouriterations.”
  • 16. “We want to implement [insert massivechange program] using Agile”

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