Agile + Usability = Usagility?
this works well when
requirements are s t a b l e
everything happens a s o n ew o u ld e x p e c t
we have done this m a n yt im e s b e f o r e
two thirds of all projectssignificantly over-run on cost
the average project exceeds itsschedule by 100%
64% of the features includedare rarely or never used
42% of requirements changeduring the average project
what’s the alternative?
agile?
In 2001, 17 prominent figures in the field of softwaredevelopment came together at the Snowbird SkiResort in Utah to discu...
principles of agile
responding to change overfollowing a plan
working software overcomprehensive documentation
individuals and interactionsover processes and tools
customer collaboration overcontract negotiation
what agile is NOT
NOT: a project methodology
NOT: an excuse to avoiddocumentation
NOT: an excuse to avoidplanning
NOT: a panacea
agile flavors
Adaptive      ASDRUP                        XP          Pragmatic                                Lean                 Scru...
scrum
scrum roles
product owner                scrum leader
scrum team
where do we fit in?
user stories
rapid prototyping
usability testing
work more closely withdevelopers
potential issues
non-colocated teams
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Presentation I originally put together in 2007 to introduce agile (scrum) to my team and suggest ways for us to adapt to this increasingly used methodology.

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  1. 1. Agile + Usability = Usagility?
  2. 2. this works well when
  3. 3. requirements are s t a b l e
  4. 4. everything happens a s o n ew o u ld e x p e c t
  5. 5. we have done this m a n yt im e s b e f o r e
  6. 6. two thirds of all projectssignificantly over-run on cost
  7. 7. the average project exceeds itsschedule by 100%
  8. 8. 64% of the features includedare rarely or never used
  9. 9. 42% of requirements changeduring the average project
  10. 10. what’s the alternative?
  11. 11. agile?
  12. 12. In 2001, 17 prominent figures in the field of softwaredevelopment came together at the Snowbird SkiResort in Utah to discuss ways of creating softwarein a lighter, faster, more people-centric way.
  13. 13. principles of agile
  14. 14. responding to change overfollowing a plan
  15. 15. working software overcomprehensive documentation
  16. 16. individuals and interactionsover processes and tools
  17. 17. customer collaboration overcontract negotiation
  18. 18. what agile is NOT
  19. 19. NOT: a project methodology
  20. 20. NOT: an excuse to avoiddocumentation
  21. 21. NOT: an excuse to avoidplanning
  22. 22. NOT: a panacea
  23. 23. agile flavors
  24. 24. Adaptive ASDRUP XP Pragmatic Lean ScrumDSDM FDD Crystal AM
  25. 25. scrum
  26. 26. scrum roles
  27. 27. product owner scrum leader
  28. 28. scrum team
  29. 29. where do we fit in?
  30. 30. user stories
  31. 31. rapid prototyping
  32. 32. usability testing
  33. 33. work more closely withdevelopers
  34. 34. potential issues
  35. 35. non-colocated teams
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