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Bringing Agile to universities
Bringing Agile to universities
Bringing Agile to universities
Bringing Agile to universities
Bringing Agile to universities
Bringing Agile to universities
Bringing Agile to universities
Bringing Agile to universities
Bringing Agile to universities
Bringing Agile to universities
Bringing Agile to universities
Bringing Agile to universities
Bringing Agile to universities
Bringing Agile to universities
Bringing Agile to universities
Bringing Agile to universities
Bringing Agile to universities
Bringing Agile to universities
Bringing Agile to universities
Bringing Agile to universities
Bringing Agile to universities
Bringing Agile to universities
Bringing Agile to universities
Bringing Agile to universities
Bringing Agile to universities
Bringing Agile to universities
Bringing Agile to universities
Bringing Agile to universities
Bringing Agile to universities
Bringing Agile to universities
Bringing Agile to universities
Bringing Agile to universities
Bringing Agile to universities
Bringing Agile to universities
Bringing Agile to universities
Bringing Agile to universities
Bringing Agile to universities
Bringing Agile to universities
Bringing Agile to universities
Bringing Agile to universities
Bringing Agile to universities
Bringing Agile to universities
Bringing Agile to universities
Bringing Agile to universities
Bringing Agile to universities
Bringing Agile to universities
Bringing Agile to universities
Bringing Agile to universities
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Bringing Agile to universities

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I gave this talk at the XP2012 conference. For the past two years, I've tried to go to universities to teach Agile practices during my spare time. …

I gave this talk at the XP2012 conference. For the past two years, I've tried to go to universities to teach Agile practices during my spare time.

I give tips and tricks, and try to inspire others to take a bit of their time to go to universities and help grow the next generation of Agilists.

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  • 1. Bringing Agile to Universities A journey to the academic worldMarc Lainez @mlainez
  • 2. What are the obstacles when adopting Agile?
  • 3. It’s hard to change how people think If you want to make enemies, try to change something. - Woodrow Wilson -
  • 4. It’s hard to change bad habits It is easier to prevent bad habits than to break them. - Benjamin Franklin -
  • 5. Barriers to agile adoption Ability to change organizational culture 52%Availability of personnel with right skills 40% General resistance to change 39% http://www.versionone.com/state_of_agile_development_survey/11/
  • 6. You need the right mindset
  • 7. And make this guyembrace it!
  • 8. We have really good agilists for that! Helping people and companieshttp:/ /leanpub.com/WhoIsAgile @YvesHanoulle
  • 9. But sometimes it’s already too late...
  • 10. How can we help?
  • 11. Focus on universities
  • 12. We need to open students minds to Agile with projects, workshops, lectures
  • 13. http://agilecampustour.org
  • 14. University Ant werp Brussels - ULB UCL Louvain-la-Neuve UMons UMons - Charleroi30hrs delivered so fara lot more preparing... still more to come...
  • 15. Great! But...
  • 16. One does not simplywalk into universities
  • 17. We got back in touch with our assistant teachers student organizations in other campuses
  • 18. We organized lectures and workshops
  • 19. Lectures to showstudents how it is like to work on an “Agile” project
  • 20. Adapting the schedule to the different campuses we went to
  • 21. We presented Agile techniques in the context of a fictional projecthttp://www.slideshare.net/agilecampustour
  • 22. We got great feedback!And improved on theway, but still...
  • 23. “It’s for small projects” “Not technical enough” “It’s not for serious projects”“It’s project management, I don’t really feel concerned” “It’s not going deep enough”
  • 24. Assumptions are hard to kill...
  • 25. Use visualsBe dynamicInvolve them
  • 26. Some examples :)
  • 27. How complex is it to get from those fruits a small piece you could eat?
  • 28. 3
  • 29. How many can you eat in 1 minute?
  • 30. User story writing and estimation workshop
  • 31. We tried poker planning with them
  • 32. And explained business value with poker chips
  • 33. Time-boxGet help!
  • 34. Self-organizing team andpair-programmingworkshop
  • 35. Using a simple Kanban
  • 36. TDD is hard to teach to students...
  • 37. Cyber-dojo.com @JonJagger
  • 38. “TDD+Pair Programming = Super” “I wish we could do that more often” “Frustrating but awesome!”“I’d like to do more stuff like that on my projects” “I liked working with somebody else”
  • 39. Make sure they have everything needed on their computersIf you need IT support in the uni, do it way before the workshop
  • 40. Great, but did it change anything?
  • 41. What now?
  • 42. Open library Co-Working Academic seminarAgile Summer Camp about Agile
  • 43. You could do the same in your city or country...
  • 44. And contribute to create a more Agile generation!
  • 45. Thank you!ml@theotherguys.be @mlainez

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