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The session will cover the most popular agile methods these days. However, my goal isn’t to describe what Scrum or Kanban is and how to introduce them in organizations, but to point what people ...

The session will cover the most popular agile methods these days. However, my goal isn’t to describe what Scrum or Kanban is and how to introduce them in organizations, but to point what people should take into consideration when choosing the right approach for their team.

There is no silver bullet and there is no single universal answer for every issue we face in our project teams. That is why it is so crucial to know what strengths and weaknesses of method of our choice are and what is the specific of the tool we decide to use.

Now, which approach would be suitable for your team?

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  • Scrum, Kanbanand other tales Pawel Brodzinski @pawelbrodzinski #jdd
  • Hi, I’m Pawel and I’m happy to meet you here VSoft http://vsoft.pl Blog http://blog.brodzinski.com Twitter @pawelbrodzinski PMSE http://pm.stackexchange.com/
  • A story about the old master http://googletesting.blogspot.com/2010/07/code-coverage-goal-80-and-no-less.html (and code coverage) OLD MASTER, WHAT CODE COVERAGE SHOULD I AIM FOR?HM...
  • What canwe learn from the story?
  • Hands up...
  • Scrum in a nutshell
  • Kanban in a nutshell
  • A story about the old master (and agile methods) LOOK, MY YOUNG APPRENTICE SOMEONE IS COMING TO VISIT US
  • FIRST TEAM LEADER APPROACHES... OLD MASTER, WE DO CRAPPY JOB AND WANT TO DO BETTER. WHICH METHOD WE SHOULD USE? FOCUS ON IMPROVING YOUR PRACTICES AND DON’T WORRY ABOUT METHODS THANK YOU, WISE MASTER
  • SECOND TEAM LEADER APPROACHES... OLD MASTER, WE DO CRAPPY JOB AND WANT TO DO BETTER. WHICH METHOD WE SHOULD USE? TELL ME, WHICH METHOD OUT THERE IS THE BEST? THERE ISN’T ONE. THERE IS NO SILVER BULLET EXACTLY! THANK YOU, WISE MASTER
  • THIRD TEAM LEADER APPROACHES... OLD MASTER, WE DO CRAPPY JOB AND WANT TO DO BETTER. WHICH METHOD WE SHOULD USE? USE SCRUM! BY THE BOOK! THANK YOU, WISE MASTER
  • LATER, THAT DAY BUT MASTER, YOU GAVE THREE DIFFERENT ANSWERS FOR THE SAME QUESTION! WHY? IT IS A LONG STORY, BUT LET ME EXPLAIN...
  • Inexperienced team
  • Start withbasics!
  • Aim for continuous improvement
  • Experienced team
  • Remember about the context
  • Choose the right tools
  • There is no silver bullet!
  • And ifyou look for a simplerecipe...
  • ...than you will get one...
  • ...but will it work?
  • Understandwhere you are
  • Learn the toolsyou want to use
  • Look for advice
  • You may not like what you hear
  • You will get what you want, so don’t complain to the old master
  • Thank youQuestions? Pawel Brodzinski blog.brodzinski.com vsoft.pl @pawelbrodzinski