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Scrum + Kanban - Agile IT Project Management

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Scrum + Kanban - Agile IT Project Management
deSymfony Conference 2013
Unai Roldán Arellano

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  • 1. Scrum + Kanban Agile IT Project Management 2013 Unai Roldán Arellano June 2013
  • 2. Sponsors 2013 SILVER BRONZE GOLD PLATINUM
  • 3. Speaker 2013 Unai Roldán Arellano Agile IT Project Manager & Software Architect Unisys Senior Consultant Altran Analyst-Programmer Atos Origin Telecommunication Technician ( Specialist ) Telefónica unai.roldan@gmail.com linkedin.com/in/unairoldan/ @unairoldan
  • 4. Introduction and Objectives 2013
  • 5. Introduction and Objectives 2013 Scrum [1] - Framework for managing software projects - Iterative and incremental - Aligned with the principles of the Agile Manifesto [2] - Aligned with the principles of the Extreme Programming [3] Kanban [6] - Used in companies like Bank of America, Blizzard, Microsoft, Boeing... - Scrum.org y ScrumAlliance are responsible for spread [4] [5] - Visual system for monitoring production processes - It has also emerged as a method of software project management
  • 6. Introduction and Objectives 2013 Scrum + Kanban - Light Management Process -agile- - Capacity to work in changing environments - Short-term results - Motivated and productive teams - Self-managed teams Nowadays Objectives of Agile - Predictive project management - Based on Project Management Institute principles [1]
  • 7. Introduction and Objectives 2013 Predictive project management Idea Contract Project Speculation Taking Requirements Construction Development and Implementation Testing Test Delivery Close
  • 8. Introduction and Objectives 2013 Agile project management Idea Contract Project Speculation Taking Requirements Construction Development and Implementation Testing Test Delivery Close
  • 9. Explaining the method 2013
  • 10. Explaining the method 2013 Roles in Scrum Principal roles - Scrum Master Facilitator or "Protector" of the team - Product Owner Represents to customer or key user - Team Engineers team Secondary roles - Stakeholders Suppliers, key users, other departments, etc.. - Managers Control the environment
  • 11. Explaining the method 2013 Events in Scrum -Meetings- Sprint Planning Meeting - Planning of Sprint - Estimation of tasks - Set demo date Daily Scrum - Daily meeting Sprint Review - Sprint and product demonstration Sprint Retrospective - Sprint evaluation
  • 12. Explaining the method 2013 Artefacts in Scrum Product Backlog - Formalized requirements stack Sprint Backlog - Sprint formalized requirements stack Product increment - Result of Sprint Burndown chart - Statistical for sprint's progress
  • 13. Explaining the method 2013 Sprint
  • 14. Test Explaining the method 2013 Clarifying concepts... Planning Sprint n Planning Sprint n+1 Test Planning Sprint n+2 Test t StakeholdersTeamProduct Owner
  • 15. Explaining the method 2013 Visual management Kanban ≈ Scrum Board - Sprint Visual Management - Physical representation - Visual metrics
  • 16. Applying it in my company 2013
  • 17. Applying it in my company 2013 What do we need? Knowledge of my business - Internal process - Types of projects Product, software factory mode or service in client - Location of customer or key users At headquarters, part of the team, delocalized, ... Profiles -or Roles- - Scrum Master Knowledge of the framework, business and LEADERSHIP - Product Owner Much depends on the business environment and the type of project (integrated customer, inexperienced key users, business department, etc.)
  • 18. Applying it in my company 2013 Adapting Scrum + Kanban Internal / External needs - Customer / Key user Integrated customer vs. non integrated customer - "Needs" desired by the customer N functionalities in Sprint direct to production environment - Management of large projects under contract Resources management, Cost, RH o Budgets - Projects short haul Short projects with inexperienced teams
  • 19. Applying it in my company 2013 Adapting Scrum + Kanban (1) Product: Ideal situation
  • 20. Applying it in my company 2013 Adapting Scrum + Kanban (2) Service in client: Client methodology issues
  • 21. Applying it in my company 2013 Adapting Scrum + Kanban (3) Short projects: Inexperienced team or short projects
  • 22. Applying it in my company 2013 Adapting Scrum + Kanban (4) Business Needs: Cost management, Resources, HR, etc
  • 23. Training and certification 2013
  • 24. Training and certification 2013 Training Scrum Guide (Scrum.org) Scrum and XP from the Trenches (Henrik Kniber) Certification Scrum.org: PSM I, PSM II, PSPO, PSD y PSF Scrum Alliance: CSM, CSPO, CSD, CSP
  • 25. Final summary 2013
  • 26. Final summary 2013 "Walking on water and developing software from a specification are easy if both are frozen" Edward V. Berard - Agile project management Iterative and incremental - Self-managed teams - Short-term results (Incremental) - Ability to work in changing environments - "Setup your management" Scrum, Kanban, PMI, PRINCE2, ITIL, etc.
  • 27. Gracias thanks merci grazie danke obrigado 2013

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