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Agile: I think a Chicken just ate my Pig
Agile: I think a Chicken just ate my Pig
Agile: I think a Chicken just ate my Pig
Agile: I think a Chicken just ate my Pig
Agile: I think a Chicken just ate my Pig
Agile: I think a Chicken just ate my Pig
Agile: I think a Chicken just ate my Pig
Agile: I think a Chicken just ate my Pig
Agile: I think a Chicken just ate my Pig
Agile: I think a Chicken just ate my Pig
Agile: I think a Chicken just ate my Pig
Agile: I think a Chicken just ate my Pig
Agile: I think a Chicken just ate my Pig
Agile: I think a Chicken just ate my Pig
Agile: I think a Chicken just ate my Pig
Agile: I think a Chicken just ate my Pig
Agile: I think a Chicken just ate my Pig
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Agile: I think a Chicken just ate my Pig

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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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  • 1. Project Transparency<br />I think a chicken just ate my pig.<br />It wasn’t an accident, it was Agile.<br />
  • 2. Objective<br />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.<br />It wasn’t an accident, it was Agile.<br />
  • 3. Agile Manifesto<br />Individuals and interactionsover processes and tools<br />Working softwareover comprehensive documentation<br />Customer collaborationover contract negotiation<br />Responding to changeover following a plan<br />That is, while there is value in the items on the right, we value the items on the left more.[1]<br />[1]http://agilemanifesto.org/<br />It wasn’t an accident, it was Agile.<br />
  • 4. Agile promises…<br />frequent deliverables.<br />It wasn’t an accident, it was Agile.<br />
  • 5. Agile promises…<br />good design.<br />It wasn’t an accident, it was Agile.<br />
  • 6. Agile promises…<br />to welcome changes at any time.<br />It wasn’t an accident, it was Agile.<br />
  • 7. Agile promises…<br />cooperation.<br />It wasn’t an accident, it was Agile.<br />
  • 8. Agile promises…<br />TRANSPARENCY.<br />It wasn’t an accident, it was Agile.<br />
  • 9. How does a benefit?<br />_client<br />complete budget control<br />no black box<br />project scope can change<br />frequent deployable software<br />It wasn’t an accident, it was Agile.<br />
  • 10. How does a benefit?<br />_developer<br />structure<br />constant feedback<br />protection from client requests<br />insight into client requests<br />empowerment<br />more development<br />less documentation<br />fewer requirements<br />It wasn’t an accident, it was Agile.<br />
  • 11. What is Scrum?<br />Scrum is a framework for managing agile projects.<br />It wasn’t an accident, it was Agile.<br />
  • 12. How does Scrum work?<br />Daily meetings (Daily Scrum)<br />Timeboxing<br />Self organizing team (all members have equal voice)<br />Single EMPOWERED voice from client (product owner)<br />Scrum Master prioritizes needs with client<br />Team sets their own timelines<br />It wasn’t an accident, it was Agile.<br />
  • 13. How does Scrum work?<br />Sprint Planning<br />Daily Scrum<br />Sprint Retrospective<br />It wasn’t an accident, it was Agile.<br />
  • 14. Selling Agile<br />explain iterative development model<br />list benefits to client in clear terms<br />transparent process<br />budget control<br />…<br />lay out sample sprints (iterations)<br />speak to past performance<br />It wasn’t an accident, it was Agile.<br />
  • 15. Selling Agile to Government<br />don’t get hung up on terminology<br />transparency is not the key factor for Gov<br />focus on budget control<br />focus on frequent delivery of TESTED software<br />It wasn’t an accident, it was Agile.<br />
  • 16. Thanks.<br />nic.tunney@twintechs.com<br />443.602.TWIN (8946)<br />@socialblitz<br />It wasn’t an accident, it was Agile.<br />
  • 17. Q?<br />It wasn’t an accident, it was Agile.<br />

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