Enterprise Agile
Mike CottmeyerEnterprise Agile Coachmike@leadingagile.com@mcottmeyer404-312-1471
Who’s in the Room?
Experience with Agile?
Why Are Companies  Interested in Agile?Exploring the Perceived Benefits of Adopting             an Agile Approach
Why Agile? Why Now?
Benefits of an Agile      ApproachFaster time to marketEarly ROIFrequent feedback from customersBuilding the right product
Early risk reductionBetter product qualityImproved culture and moraleMore efficient use of peopleCustomer satisfactionAlig...
Allows for emergent outcomesBetter predictability... greater chance ofdoing what we say we are going to do
What is Agile... Why  Does it Work?Foundational Stuff You Need to Know
Agile is a Family of   Approaches
The Principles That Tie It All        Together...
Each Have the SameFundamental Process Flow...
Time, Cost, Scope
Backlog Size & Velocity
Iterations * Velocity = Scope
Agile Teams
Why Teams Matter?Forming, Storming, Norming, PerformingTeam Members get to know each other...how they break down and estim...
Agile in the Non-Agile       Enterprise Running an Agile Project in a Non-Agile             Organization
Challenges in Non- Agile OrganizationsFunctional SilosStage gate governanceDocument driven tollgatesPlan driven paradigm
Projects are Temporary
Spin-up the Team
Establish the Backlog
Establish Velocity
Integrate with Everyone         Else...
Multi-Team Agile        ProjectsScrum of ScrumsProduct Owner TeamsRelease TeamsIntegration Teams
Agile Value PropMore Predictable DeliveryFaster Product FeedbackAbility to Respond to Changing DemandReduce Delivery RiskB...
Keeping the Team Together?
What is Enterprise     Agile Anyway?Doing Agile in a Large Enterprise vs. a Large          Enterprise Doing Agile
Same Value... but    Enterprise LevelMore Predictable DeliveryFaster Product FeedbackAbility to Respond to Changing Demand...
Scaling the      Agile MetaphorSmaller RequirementsContinuous Customer FeedbackEarly DeliveryContinuous Flow of ValueRigor...
Lean ThinkingEliminate WasteBuild Quality InLearn ConstantlyDeliver FastEngage EveryoneContinuous Improvement
KanbanVisualize the FlowLimit Work In ProcessManage FlowMake Process Policies ExplicitImprove Collaboratively
Three-Tier Kanban
Theory of ConstraintsSubordinate the system to the constraintExploit the constraintElevate the constraint
Things to Remember...Manage the system... not the peopleMost folks are doing team or programbased Agile in non-Agile Enter...
Becoming an Agile     EnterpriseExploring the Differences Between Agile  Adoption and Agile Transformation
Agile Adoption andTransformation Cycle
Organizational     TransformationAligning organizational structure, process,technology architecture, and tools towardcreat...
Adopting PracticesPlanning meetings and ritualsTitle changesChanging the words we useBehavior changes, technical practices
Personal      TransformationServant leadershipDealing with uncertaintyAccountability for outcomes, not activitiesTrust... ...
Change ManagementAct with urgencyDevelop a guiding coalitionDevelop the change visionCommunicate for buy-in
Change ManagementEmpower broad-based actionGenerate short-term winsDon’t let upMake change stick
Iterative and Incremental ChangeTeams... Multi-Teams... Programs...Portfolio... EnterpriseAllow imperfection... have a pla...
Let’s Get This Wrapped          Up!A Few Parting Thoughts and Then Open It Up              for Questions...
ConclusionAgile is not about doing agile... it’s aboutdelivering better business outcomesUnderstanding how and why agile w...
ConclusionThere is a BIG difference between doingAgile in an Enterprise, vs. doing EnterpriseAgileKnowing how to interface...
ConclusionAgile at scale is about extending core Agileconcepts into every aspect of the businessThis kind of Agile require...
Questions?
Mike CottmeyerEnterprise Agile Coachmike@leadingagile.com@mcottmeyer404-312-1471
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  • PMI Atlanta Agile LIG - Enterprise Agile

    1. 1. Enterprise Agile
    2. 2. Mike CottmeyerEnterprise Agile Coachmike@leadingagile.com@mcottmeyer404-312-1471
    3. 3. Who’s in the Room?
    4. 4. Experience with Agile?
    5. 5. Why Are Companies Interested in Agile?Exploring the Perceived Benefits of Adopting an Agile Approach
    6. 6. Why Agile? Why Now?
    7. 7. Benefits of an Agile ApproachFaster time to marketEarly ROIFrequent feedback from customersBuilding the right product
    8. 8. Early risk reductionBetter product qualityImproved culture and moraleMore efficient use of peopleCustomer satisfactionAlignment between IT and business
    9. 9. Allows for emergent outcomesBetter predictability... greater chance ofdoing what we say we are going to do
    10. 10. What is Agile... Why Does it Work?Foundational Stuff You Need to Know
    11. 11. Agile is a Family of Approaches
    12. 12. The Principles That Tie It All Together...
    13. 13. Each Have the SameFundamental Process Flow...
    14. 14. Time, Cost, Scope
    15. 15. Backlog Size & Velocity
    16. 16. Iterations * Velocity = Scope
    17. 17. Agile Teams
    18. 18. Why Teams Matter?Forming, Storming, Norming, PerformingTeam Members get to know each other...how they break down and estimate workThey establish patterns of delivery thatbecome predictable
    19. 19. Agile in the Non-Agile Enterprise Running an Agile Project in a Non-Agile Organization
    20. 20. Challenges in Non- Agile OrganizationsFunctional SilosStage gate governanceDocument driven tollgatesPlan driven paradigm
    21. 21. Projects are Temporary
    22. 22. Spin-up the Team
    23. 23. Establish the Backlog
    24. 24. Establish Velocity
    25. 25. Integrate with Everyone Else...
    26. 26. Multi-Team Agile ProjectsScrum of ScrumsProduct Owner TeamsRelease TeamsIntegration Teams
    27. 27. Agile Value PropMore Predictable DeliveryFaster Product FeedbackAbility to Respond to Changing DemandReduce Delivery RiskBetter Quality ProductsEarly ROI
    28. 28. Keeping the Team Together?
    29. 29. What is Enterprise Agile Anyway?Doing Agile in a Large Enterprise vs. a Large Enterprise Doing Agile
    30. 30. Same Value... but Enterprise LevelMore Predictable DeliveryFaster Product FeedbackAbility to Respond to Changing DemandReduce Delivery RiskBetter Quality ProductsEarly ROI
    31. 31. Scaling the Agile MetaphorSmaller RequirementsContinuous Customer FeedbackEarly DeliveryContinuous Flow of ValueRigorous Attention to Product Quality
    32. 32. Lean ThinkingEliminate WasteBuild Quality InLearn ConstantlyDeliver FastEngage EveryoneContinuous Improvement
    33. 33. KanbanVisualize the FlowLimit Work In ProcessManage FlowMake Process Policies ExplicitImprove Collaboratively
    34. 34. Three-Tier Kanban
    35. 35. Theory of ConstraintsSubordinate the system to the constraintExploit the constraintElevate the constraint
    36. 36. Things to Remember...Manage the system... not the peopleMost folks are doing team or programbased Agile in non-Agile EnterprisesTraditional Orgs will work against agileBe careful to not just adopt rituals andwords... without getting value
    37. 37. Becoming an Agile EnterpriseExploring the Differences Between Agile Adoption and Agile Transformation
    38. 38. Agile Adoption andTransformation Cycle
    39. 39. Organizational TransformationAligning organizational structure, process,technology architecture, and tools towardcreating business valueForming teams focused on businessoutcomes, not activities
    40. 40. Adopting PracticesPlanning meetings and ritualsTitle changesChanging the words we useBehavior changes, technical practices
    41. 41. Personal TransformationServant leadershipDealing with uncertaintyAccountability for outcomes, not activitiesTrust... collaboration... empowerment
    42. 42. Change ManagementAct with urgencyDevelop a guiding coalitionDevelop the change visionCommunicate for buy-in
    43. 43. Change ManagementEmpower broad-based actionGenerate short-term winsDon’t let upMake change stick
    44. 44. Iterative and Incremental ChangeTeams... Multi-Teams... Programs...Portfolio... EnterpriseAllow imperfection... have a plan to makethings better
    45. 45. Let’s Get This Wrapped Up!A Few Parting Thoughts and Then Open It Up for Questions...
    46. 46. ConclusionAgile is not about doing agile... it’s aboutdelivering better business outcomesUnderstanding how and why agile works is acritical success factor
    47. 47. ConclusionThere is a BIG difference between doingAgile in an Enterprise, vs. doing EnterpriseAgileKnowing how to interface an agile team witha traditional organization will get youstarted... make things less threatening forpeople
    48. 48. ConclusionAgile at scale is about extending core Agileconcepts into every aspect of the businessThis kind of Agile requires a significanttransformation event that should beapproached with caution
    49. 49. Questions?
    50. 50. Mike CottmeyerEnterprise Agile Coachmike@leadingagile.com@mcottmeyer404-312-1471
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