Exploring Agile in 20min EdTech Orlando

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A 20 min talk allowing mostly non-software folks to experience Agile project management using a form of the Ball Point game for small teams (5-6 people each); thanks to Bachan.Anand@concires for …

A 20 min talk allowing mostly non-software folks to experience Agile project management using a form of the Ball Point game for small teams (5-6 people each); thanks to Bachan.Anand@concires for showing me this format of the game. Presented to http://www.meetup.com/EdTech-Orlando/

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  • Assume 15-30 seconds per slideI can do this talk in 6.5 min –Mark Kilby
  • Let’s just say, I’ve been doing this for a while …- Guided Agile adoptions at dozens of commercial & government organizations (including Fortune 20)>20 years in software - developer, architect, project manager, ScrumMaster, Product OwnerStarted agile coaching in 2003- co-founder of Agile Orlando and host of Lean Coffee Orlando
  • - Guided Agile adoptions at dozens of commercial & government organizations (including Fortune 20)>20 years in software - developer, architect, project manager, ScrumMaster, Product OwnerStarted agile coaching in 2003- co-founder of Agile Orlando and host of Lean Coffee Orlando

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  • 1. Exploring Agile (in 20 minutes or less) EdTech Orlando Mark Kilby July 2013
  • 2. Mark Kilby Enterprise Agile Coach Mark@LeadingAgile.com Mark@markkilby.com @mkilby– twitter http://markkilby.com Software since 1990 Agile Coaching since 2003 AgileOrlando.com
  • 3. What is Agile Project Management? Let’s play a game to find out
  • 4. Ball Point Game Rules: 1. Ball needs to touch everyone on your team 2. Need “air time” as ball is passed between people 3. Each ball must end where it starts (1 point each) 4. If it falls, it doesn’t count Thanks to bachan.anand@conscires.com for this version Goal: Earn as many ball points as possible in 1 min Each Round: 1 min – PLAN 1 min – PLAY 1 min – IMPROVE
  • 5. What did you notice?
  • 6. Agile is about … 6 Self- Organization Thanks to bachan.anand@conscires.com for this version
  • 7. Scrum 7
  • 8. Mark Kilby Enterprise Agile Coach Mark@LeadingAgile.com Mark@markkilby.com @mkilby– twitter http://markkilby.com THANKS! Questions? Join us for Lean Coffee on Friday AgileOrlando.com