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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.

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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Usagility Usagility Presentation Transcript

  • 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 discuss ways of creating softwarein a lighter, faster, more people-centric way.
  • 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 ScrumDSDM FDD Crystal AM
  • 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