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A 60 minute presentation introducing Scrum and Agile Project Management

A 60 minute presentation introducing Scrum and Agile Project Management

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  • Please ask questions as we go Brief outline of my background. I’ve been developing software for over twenty years now. I’ve often struggled to ship products on time and with a quality that would satisfy anyone. Along the way I tried the Rational Process and UML diagramming – in the hope that if I got the diagrams clean and simple everything would follow. Instead I got stuck in analysis paralysis. After my flirtation with UML and some time traveling I discovered c2.com and eXtreme Programming. In the seven years since I’ve refined my understanding of Agile methods and tested the ideas out on unexpecting coworkers. For the past couple of years I’ve been putting Scrum in to practice in my day to day work. In past couple of years I’ve taken the Scrum Master course, Certified Scrum Practitioner (means practicing at least one year and submit a case study that’s reviewed by your peers), Working towards Certified Scrum coach. In addition I’ve co-taught CSM course twice and am helping to develop a 2 day course for Team members.

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  • Mark Levison Copyright: Mark Levison www.notesfromatooluser 2005-2008
  • Problem
    • Late
    • Buggy
    • Change?
    • Burn out
    Copyright: Mark Levison www.notesfromatooluser 2005-2008
  • A Better Way
    • Iterative
    • Communications
    • Self Organizing
    • Scrum
    Copyright: Mark Levison www.notesfromatooluser 2005-2008
  • Origins
    • HBR - The New New Product Development Game – 1986
    • Product Development at: Fuji Chemicals and Honda
    Copyright: Mark Levison www.notesfromatooluser 2005-2008
  • Elements of Scrum
    • Roles
    • Artifacts
    • Events
    Copyright: Mark Levison www.notesfromatooluser 2005-2008
  • Scrum Master
    • Servant Leader
    • Facilitator/Mentor
    • Roadblocks
    • Quality
    Copyright: Mark Levison www.notesfromatooluser 2005-2008
  • Product Owner
    • Business Priorities
    • Single Wringable neck
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  • Team
    • Everyone
    • Self Organising
    Copyright: Mark Levison www.notesfromatooluser 2005-2008
  • Sprint
    • Short
    • Time boxed
    Copyright: Mark Levison www.notesfromatooluser 2005-2008
  • Planning Meeting
    • Stories
    • Breakdown
    • Time boxed
    • Wide Band Delphi
    • Estimation
    Copyright: Mark Levison www.notesfromatooluser 2005-2008
  • Daily Scrum/Standup
    • 15 minutes (at most)
    • 3 questions
    Copyright: Mark Levison www.notesfromatooluser 2005-2008
  • Review
    • Inspection
    • Timeboxed
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  • Retrospective
    • Went Well?
    • Went Poorly?
    • Improve?
    • Timeboxed
    Copyright: Mark Levison www.notesfromatooluser 2005-2008
  • Product backlog – Travel Website
    • Sample Product Backlog
      • As a user, I want to reserve a hotel room
      • As a user, I want to cancel a reservation
      • As a vacation planner, I want to see photos of the hotels
      • As a frequent flier, I want to rebook a past trip, so that I save time booking Trips
    • Stories are
    Copyright: Mark Levison www.notesfromatooluser 2005-2008
  • Sprint Backlog
      • As a user, I want to reserve a hotel room
        • Add hotel table to the database – 1 hr
        • Write Ajax code to display reservation – 4 hrs
        • Write code to enter reservation in the database – 4 hrs
      • As a user, I want to cancel a reservation
        • Display the user’s current reservations – 4 hrs
        • Add a cancel button next to each reservation – 1 hr
        • … .
    Copyright: Mark Levison www.notesfromatooluser 2005-2008
  • Burndown Chart Copyright: Mark Levison www.notesfromatooluser 2005-2008
  • Advantages
    • Change
    • Transparency
    • Feedback
    • Communication
    • Teams
    Copyright: Mark Levison www.notesfromatooluser 2005-2008
  • Who uses Scrum?
    • Microsoft, Sun, Sammy Studios, Siemens, CNA, State Farm, State Street Bank, Philips, BBC, IBM, SAIC, LMCO, APL, Ariba, Federal Reserve Bank, HP, Motorola, Nokia, TransUnion, IDX, Siemens Medical, Gestalt, Yahoo, Conchango, BMC, Lexis-Nexis, Bently Systems, Bose, CapitalOne,Federal Reserve Bank, ClearChannel, Xerox, Patient Keeper, British Telecom, PayPal, …
    • Top down/Bottom up
    Copyright: Mark Levison www.notesfromatooluser 2005-2008
  • Action
    • Start
    • Mentor
    • Engineering Best Practices
    Copyright: Mark Levison www.notesfromatooluser 2005-2008
  • Further Reading
    • See my blog posting “Best Introductions” ( http://www.notesfromatooluser.com)
    • Try ControlChaos (Ken’s site)
    • Mountain Goat Software (Mike Cohn’s site)
    • RallyDev
    • ScrumAlliance (http://www.scrumalliance.org/)
    Copyright: Mark Levison www.notesfromatooluser 2005-2008