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Scrum by the book | Maciej Gudan | LTG-17
Scrum by the book | Maciej Gudan | LTG-17
Scrum by the book | Maciej Gudan | LTG-17
Scrum by the book | Maciej Gudan | LTG-17
Scrum by the book | Maciej Gudan | LTG-17
Scrum by the book | Maciej Gudan | LTG-17
Scrum by the book | Maciej Gudan | LTG-17
Scrum by the book | Maciej Gudan | LTG-17
Scrum by the book | Maciej Gudan | LTG-17
Scrum by the book | Maciej Gudan | LTG-17
Scrum by the book | Maciej Gudan | LTG-17
Scrum by the book | Maciej Gudan | LTG-17
Scrum by the book | Maciej Gudan | LTG-17
Scrum by the book | Maciej Gudan | LTG-17
Scrum by the book | Maciej Gudan | LTG-17
Scrum by the book | Maciej Gudan | LTG-17
Scrum by the book | Maciej Gudan | LTG-17
Scrum by the book | Maciej Gudan | LTG-17
Scrum by the book | Maciej Gudan | LTG-17
Scrum by the book | Maciej Gudan | LTG-17
Scrum by the book | Maciej Gudan | LTG-17
Scrum by the book | Maciej Gudan | LTG-17
Scrum by the book | Maciej Gudan | LTG-17
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Scrum by the book | Maciej Gudan | LTG-17

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Presentation held at Lean Tribe Gathering 17 in Malmö nov 6 2013. Read more about Lean Tribe here: http://www.leantribe.org

Presentation held at Lean Tribe Gathering 17 in Malmö nov 6 2013. Read more about Lean Tribe here: http://www.leantribe.org

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  • 1. “Scrum by the book” Building a lean organization and introducing Scrum to an intensive industry during the fast company growth, Maciej Gudan, 05.11.2013
  • 2. Agenda •  Show that the environment is not necessarily the •  •  •  •  simplest one Present our lean vision Highlight example challenges Share few things which worked for us How far we have gone
  • 3. How complex can it be? •  eGaming industry •  Millions of users •  Thousands bets per minutes •  Huge pressure •  Very fast users reaction •  Time to market •  Hierarchical structures •  Growing extremely fast
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  • 14. And the company is still growing!
  • 15. Define what matters •  Time to market •  Reliability •  Scalability •  Growth support •  Visibility •  Control •  Maintain great spirit and energy
  • 16. Scrum by the book! HTML BA QA QA J A V A PM Product Backlog Fixed iterations POM PO SMM SWETM or JavaTM? SM 5-7 SWE Java
  • 17. You know, we have an exceptional situation here... •  •  •  •  •  •  •  •  •  ~30 people Time to market is extremely crucial Very positive and energizing We don’t have prior Agile experience Here we have backend, frontend, tester We work with up to 200 pages specification We have almost daily priority changes We have huge number of requests We are growing very fast
  • 18. People like Scrum, right? •  •  •  •  •  •  •  “Which book?” “I don’t like HTML” “I like where I sit” “I can’t estimate without detail analysis” “We can’t provide you Stories, we work with Specifications” “In Agile you have to adapt, we want a mix of Waterfall and Agile. We want no preparations, frequent changes but fixed scope, time and quality!” “Kanban fits better!”
  • 19. This required serious attention!
  • 20. Try this •  Set a vision, a common base and practice it •  Teamwork/Involve people/build relations •  Look at the system •  Communicate, listen, communicate, listen, com... •  Accept that changes takes time •  Scrum Masters are crucial •  5 Why •  ALWAYS THINK HOW!
  • 21. How far have we gone? •  From 30 to 100 people •  Scalability •  Release cycles from 3 months to 1 - 4 weeks •  From 100 p. specs to Stories with Acceptance Criterias •  From FE/BE/QA/Native to SWE •  From plenty of misunderstandings to almost none •  Collocated, fixed Teams •  PO, SM Teams •  etc.
  • 22. Thank you! maciej.gudan@gmail.com Images taken from the following sources: http://mksdesignss.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/06/never_give_up_Ssz7U_640_285-300x357.jpg http://media2.s-nbcnews.com/j/streams/2013/February/130221/1C6110135-tdy-130221scaredbaby-1.blocks_desktop_tease.jpg http://www.collegesocialmagazine.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/scared.jpg

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