Agile Development 2012 sharing and Kanban Introduction

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  • 1. David Kokojenchieh@yahoo.com.tw
  • 2. + http://www.sqe.com/Conferences/
  • 3. + Sunday – CSM/CPO/Fundamental of agile/Software Tester/Agile testing practices+ Monday – Tutorial (full/half day session)+ Tuesday – Tutorial (full/half day session)+ Wednesday – Conference (outsourcing/ implementation/ design/ Test/ Readiness/ lean/ CMMI)+ Thursday – Conference (scaling/ implementation/ security/ kanban/ requirements/ DevOps/ scrum)+ Friday – Agile leadership network summit
  • 4. Agile/Scrum is fundamental knowledge
  • 5. Kanban is new development trend and getting important2011 2010method Used method UsedScrum 52% Scrum 58%Scrum/XP 14% Scrum/XP 17%Hybrid HybridCustom Hybrid 9% Custom Hybrid 5%Kanban 3% Scrumban 3%Scrumban 3% lean 2%lean 2%
  • 6. + Monday – 8:30-12:00 pm Eight Steps to Kanban. Ken Pugh+ Tuesday – 8:30-12:00 pm Scaling Agile with the Lessons of Lean Product Development Flow. Alan Shalloway – 1:00-4:30 pm Agile Estimation and Planning: Scrum, Kanban, and Beyond. David Hussman+ Wednesday – 3:45-5:00 pm Lean Development Practices for Enterprise Agile. Alan Shalloway+ Thursday – 10:15-11:30 am Transitioning to Kanban: From Theory to Practice. Gil Irizarry, Yesmail – Keynote 12:45-2:00 pm Form Follows Function: The Architecture of a Congruent Organization. Ken Pugh
  • 7. + ML: Agile Project Design: Building Strong Backlogs – David Hussman, DevJam+ TN: Agile Estimation and Planning: Scrum, Kanban and Beyond – David Hussman, DevJam
  • 8. + ME: Eight Steps to Kanban – Ken Pugh, Fellow Consultant, Net Objectives+ TD: Scaling Agile with the Lessons of Lean Product Development Flow – Alan Shalloway, Net Objectives+ AW9: Lean Development Practices for Enterprise Agile – Alan Shalloway, Net Objectives
  • 9. + Agile – DevJam  http://www.devjam.com/ – Cutting an Agile Groove: The Live Sessions  http://pragprog.com/screencasts/v-dhcag/cutting-an- agile-groove – Video  http://vimeo.com/search?q=David+Hussman
  • 10. + Kanban and Lean – Net Objectives  http://www.netobjectives.com/blog – Lean-Agile Software Development: Achieving Enterprise Agility  http://www.amazon.com/Lean-Agile-Software- Development-Achieving- Enterprise/dp/0321532899/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1 353310707&sr=8-1&keywords=Alan+Shalloway – Video  http://vimeo.com/search?q=Alan+Shalloway
  • 11. + User eXperience+ Lean Startup+ Lean/Kanban+ Testing/Continuous Deployment+ ……No Silver Bullet. They are all Tools
  • 12. + Need to know speakers+ Tutorial is very important if you want to learn something+ Should have basic understanding about topic, but not too much+ Only basic introduction, it’s just a beginning
  • 13. + Kanban is a change management approach, not a process+ Less prescriptive+ It’s roots go all the way back to lean thinking
  • 14. + Start with what you do now+ Agree to pursue incremental, evolutionary change+ Initially, respect current roles, responsibilities & job titles
  • 15. + Visualize the workflow+ Limit Work-in-Progress+ Manage flow+ Make process policies explicit+ Improve Collaboratively
  • 16. + Thinking Tools+ Process Design Patterns+ Capability Measurements+ Collaboration and Team Model Patterns+ A Culture of Continuous Improvement
  • 17. + System Thinking – Find the root cause, see the whole+ Lean Thinking – improving processes continuously and eliminating waste progressively+ Queuing Theory – managing the unpredictable nature of arrival times and task durations.
  • 18. Limited WIP Value Stream 4 6 3 Mapping Input Analysis Development Test Stage Queue In Prog Done In Prog Done In Prog Done In Prog Done Pull Visual Management
  • 19. Input Analysis Development Test Stage QueueSuper Customer In Prog Done In Prog Done In Prog Done In Prog Done L M L S L S SRegular Customer In Prog Done In Prog Done In Prog Done In Prog Done M S M M L MBuffers & Queue Limits Leveling Work Swimlanes
  • 20. + Cycle Time/Lead Time+ Throughput+ Cumulative Flow Diagrams