Comparing Agile transformation approaches at Twitter and Salesforce

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Different approaches to agile transformation at two great companies with different cultures and business models.

Different approaches to agile transformation at two great companies with different cultures and business models.

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  • 21 on-time major releases 150 teams

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  • 1. Smart  
  • 2. Fast  
  • 3. Crea+ve  
  • 4. Why  change?  
  • 5. ProductivityCycle times
  • 6. Unpredictable completion of anything
  • 7. Lack ofVisibility
  • 8. ResourceBottlenecks
  • 9. Dependencies
  • 10. Enterprise customersTrust is #1Millions of UsersIntense corporate cultureStrong exec presenceMonolithic architectureOne delivery mechanism65 Feature teams
  • 11. Breakout SessionUnpredictableLack of visibilityLack of responsiveness, prioritiesResource bottlenecksDependencies
  • 12. Big BangAgile Transformation
  • 13. Self-organized teamsDedicated resourcesIterativeTime-boxedPrioritizedMinimal Work-in-progressContinuously ReleaseableAutomationLean  Agile  
  • 14. Top Down decision: bottom-up transformationVision, Values, MethodsReturn to core valuesEveryone jumps in togetherUse Scrum to rollout Scrum  Transforma+on  Strategy  
  • 15. Rollout Scrum Team drivesDistributed Ken Schwaber’sScrum book2-hour Agile overview30 ScrumMasters toScrumMaster Certification35 Product Managers toProduct Owner CertificationExternal Coaches  Execu+on  
  • 16. Results  
  • 17. Immediate impactHyper productivePredictable
  • 18. Executive buy-inPrinciples over mechanicsGet several teams to excellenceProvide radical TransparencyInvolve engineers earlyGet outside coachingGive executives deliverablesWhen the heat is on stick to your gunsBig  Bang  Advice  
  • 19. Values  
  • 20. Culture  &  Community  
  • 21.  Hackweek  
  • 22.  Hackweek  
  • 23.  Hackweek  
  • 24.  Hackweek  
  • 25.  Hackweek  
  • 26.  Hackweek  
  • 27.  Hackweek  
  • 28.  Hackweek  
  • 29. GrowthThroughputPredictability
  • 30. Consumer Internet100’s of Millions of UsersHacker cultureEngineer empowermentDistributed servicesContinuous deploymentsLocal deployment ownershipIndividual bias
  • 31. Top to BottomInvitation (no mandate)No prescriptive methodologyStandardsDistributed CoachingEvangelize  Strategy  
  • 32. Cross org visibilityRhythmPrioritizationDependenciesAutomationStandardsOffice Hours  Execu+on  
  • 33. ExperimentInvolve engineers earlyTools agilityPrinciples over mechanicsGet several teams to excellenceProvide radical Transparency  Hacker  Agile  Advice  
  • 34. Thank you.@xsgreene