Agility in microelectronics

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Agility in microelectronics

  1. 1. [ Silicon Agility - Agile practices for Microelectronics ] Madhur Kathuria, CSC,CSP,CSM Director, Xebia Agile Consulting and Transformation
  2. 2. Agile Should we jump on this train?
  3. 3. 3 [ introduction ]
  4. 4. [Accidental Agile Coach, Status-quo Disruptor, Transformation freak, Behavioral mystic, nomad, INDIAN] 11 years A student of VLSI and Embedded Systems
  5. 5. [Agenda ???]
  6. 6. 6 [ we will discuss] The principles and values of Agility The benefits of Agility in a Micro world The key challenges Key practices which can be used for Embedded Software development and VLSI Design
  7. 7. [ so what is Agile ?? ] All Agile processes are necessarily Iterative, but not all Iterative processes are Agile A Process… A Framework… A Philosophy…
  8. 8. What Agile Is • Structured and disciplined approach to iterative development • A set of practices that accommodate changing requirements • A set of practices that will significantly improve the quality of your software • An umbrella term for several iterative and incremental software development methodologies. What Agile is NOT • Fly by the seat of your pants development • Getting the same amount of work done in less time • A way for the business to change direction on the fly • A project management methodology • Process: Just for the heck of it
  9. 9. [the Agile Principles] Enablers Support & trust, Technical excellence, Simplicity Results Valuable SW & satisfied customer Harness change for competitive advantage Constant pace Methods & tools Face-to-face Working software as primary measure of progress Self-organizing teams Leading principles Frequent delivery Close communication Reflective improvement
  10. 10. Agile Values Trust Accountability High Performance High aims Sense of Urgency Goal Driven Approach Self Growth and Excellence [agile Values]
  11. 11. [Where the Leading Agile & Iterative Processes Fit]
  12. 12. Agile is trending … Source : 2011 Agile Survey – Versionone 2011 November, 60421 Responses
  13. 13. [How CEOs think of Agile?] • Rapid Decision Making • High Performance Culture • Flexible Management of Teams • Transparent Availability of Information Source : The Economist Agile Report
  14. 14. [Which Business Functions contribute to Agility?] HR Legal Engineering Marketing CustomerService ProductManagement Sales Source : The Economist Agile Report
  15. 15. Why Agile ? Source : 2011 Agile Survey – Versionone 2011 November, 60421 Responses
  16. 16. Benefits from adopting Agile Source : 2011 Agile Survey – Versionone 2011 November, 60421 Responses
  17. 17. This is all good…BUT will it work for us ?
  18. 18. [traditional SDLC]
  19. 19. [VLSI design lifecycle]
  20. 20. [ How do we choose, which practices work for us ? ]
  21. 21. [Different worlds, Different Solutions]
  22. 22. R & D Embedded Application Development VLSI & ASIC design IT Application Development and maintenance
  23. 23. [The challenges in your world…]
  24. 24. Methods and Frameworks Scrum SAFe Extreme programm ing (XP) Lean and Kanban Battlefield Agility
  25. 25. Questions??
  26. 26. 27 [if I can be of any help] My space ̶ madhur@indiascrumcommunity.org ̶ www.madhurkathuria.info ̶ Twitter: madhurkathuria ̶ Skype: madhur.kathuria

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