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Presentation I did introducing people to Agile and Scrum.

Presentation I did introducing people to Agile and Scrum.

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  • Project Transparency
    I think a chicken just ate my pig.
    It wasn’t an accident, it was Agile.
  • Objective
    As an attendee I can walk away with an understanding of what Agile is and how to dispel common client misconceptions so that I can approach Agile discussions with clients in a non-frightening manner.
    It wasn’t an accident, it was Agile.
  • Agile Manifesto
    Individuals and interactionsover processes and tools
    Working softwareover comprehensive documentation
    Customer collaborationover contract negotiation
    Responding to changeover following a plan
    That is, while there is value in the items on the right, we value the items on the left more.[1]
    [1]http://agilemanifesto.org/
    It wasn’t an accident, it was Agile.
  • Agile promises…
    frequent deliverables.
    It wasn’t an accident, it was Agile.
  • Agile promises…
    good design.
    It wasn’t an accident, it was Agile.
  • Agile promises…
    to welcome changes at any time.
    It wasn’t an accident, it was Agile.
  • Agile promises…
    cooperation.
    It wasn’t an accident, it was Agile.
  • Agile promises…
    TRANSPARENCY.
    It wasn’t an accident, it was Agile.
  • How does a benefit?
    _client
    complete budget control
    no black box
    project scope can change
    frequent deployable software
    It wasn’t an accident, it was Agile.
  • How does a benefit?
    _developer
    structure
    constant feedback
    protection from client requests
    insight into client requests
    empowerment
    more development
    less documentation
    fewer requirements
    It wasn’t an accident, it was Agile.
  • What is Scrum?
    Scrum is a framework for managing agile projects.
    It wasn’t an accident, it was Agile.
  • How does Scrum work?
    Daily meetings (Daily Scrum)
    Timeboxing
    Self organizing team (all members have equal voice)
    Single EMPOWERED voice from client (product owner)
    Scrum Master prioritizes needs with client
    Team sets their own timelines
    It wasn’t an accident, it was Agile.
  • How does Scrum work?
    Sprint Planning
    Daily Scrum
    Sprint Retrospective
    It wasn’t an accident, it was Agile.
  • Selling Agile
    explain iterative development model
    list benefits to client in clear terms
    transparent process
    budget control

    lay out sample sprints (iterations)
    speak to past performance
    It wasn’t an accident, it was Agile.
  • Selling Agile to Government
    don’t get hung up on terminology
    transparency is not the key factor for Gov
    focus on budget control
    focus on frequent delivery of TESTED software
    It wasn’t an accident, it was Agile.
  • Thanks.
    nic.tunney@twintechs.com
    443.602.TWIN (8946)
    @socialblitz
    It wasn’t an accident, it was Agile.
  • Q?
    It wasn’t an accident, it was Agile.