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SCRUM at Polopoly - or building a lean culture

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Lightning talk held at Agila Sverige 2008, on the importance of building a lean culture to get Scrum (or Agile) to work.

Lightning talk held at Agila Sverige 2008, on the importance of building a lean culture to get Scrum (or Agile) to work.

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  • 1. [email_address]
  • 2. [email_address] Or why we needed to create a Lean Culture
  • 3. Polopoly – Web Content Management
  • 4. Began with Scrum autumn 2007
  • 5. The 15 Scrum word we use - The things we can talk about
  • 20. Good, but also a lot of problems
  • 21. Technical difficulties
    • Specialist teams
    • 22. Long sprints
    • 23. Hard to reach goals
    • 24. Lots of trouble with support and defects
    • 25. To much planning
    • 26. And more...
  • 27. Theoretical difficulties
    • How make people trust the 15 simple Scrum rules and artifacts?
    • 28. How to do all the daily micro decisions?
  • 29. Choosing road
    • Either become experts on the Scrum manuals
      • That is, find the answer to all questions by finding practical suggestions from the books
    • Or internalize the principles that make Scrum work
  • 30. We choose the principles
    • No litterary exegetic
    • 31. But building a culture where one ”feels what is right”
  • 32. But how do you build a culture? And from what?
    • We found help outside of Scrum
  • 33. The Team
    • Make a cult of quality
    • 34. Provide lots of satisfying closures
    • 35. Build a sense of elitness
    • 36. Allow and encourage heterogeneity
  • 37. Testing, testing, testing
  • 38. The Process
    • Lean ground rules
      • Eliminate Waste (JIT)
      • 39. Expose problem (Stop-the-Line)
    • Pull system
  • 40. We try to express the culture (every day) through a number of phrases
    • ” the Right thing, the Right way, Regularly”
    • 41. "Art of the possible"
    • 42. "Inspect and adapt"
    • 43. "One piece flow"
    • 44. "Stop the line"
    • 45. ” Don't overdo it”
    • 46. "Eliminate waste"
    • 47. "Cross-functional teams"
    • 48. "JIT planing" - "Last responsible moment"
    • 49. "Adapt to Capacity"
    • 50. ” Closed door politics”
  • 51. Now it is working much better