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David Hussman - Products and People over Process and Dogma

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The time has come to once again to shift our focus away from process to products and people. Ten years into the agile movement, the original ideals around lightweight process are gaining weight and ...

The time has come to once again to shift our focus away from process to products and people. Ten years into the agile movement, the original ideals around lightweight process are gaining weight and calcifying in dangerous ways. More and more people spend time talking about “doing agile” instead of simply using agile methods to their advantage.

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    David Hussman - Products and People over Process and Dogma David Hussman - Products and People over Process and Dogma Presentation Transcript

    • Products Action over Process Mechanics
    • Products and People over Process and Dogma
    • Choose a few words to How do those words describe your process help your product? What’s your story?
    • Share, Compare, Learn
    • Learning by Comparing
    • Brown M and Ms Heart Surgery Why compare these?
    • B-17 Rialto Restaurant Or these?
    • Simple - Complicated - Complex
    • Complex Adaptive Systems Dave Snowden
    • Complexities We Face
    • Agility and Complexity Creating Community (Common Vision) Form  Communi*es    (Chartering)   Composing  Product    (Personas  -­‐  Story  maps  -­‐  Sketching)   Create  an  Eco-­‐System    (Itera*on  0  -­‐  Common  Workspace)   Discovery (Planning) Product  Releases    (Value  -­‐  Effort  -­‐  Dependencies)   Itera*ve  Delivery    (Itera*ons  (cycles)  -­‐  Kanban  (flow))   Delivery (Iterating) Staying  Connected  (Daily  Standup  -­‐  Common  Workspace)   Tracking  Progress    (Task  Walls    -­‐  Burncharts  -­‐  Velocity)   Technical  Agility    (Con*nuous  Integra*on  -­‐  Test  Driven)   Delivering  Value    (Acceptance  Tests  -­‐  Con*nuous  Deploy)   Learning (Tuning) Valida*ng    Progress  (Itera*on  Reviews  -­‐  Users  -­‐  User  Tes*ng)   Reflect  and  Improve  (Retrospec*ve  –  Market  Feedback)  
    • Continuous (Product) Learning Discovery Delivery What and Why How and When “Pivot”
    • Do You Have a Good Story to Tell? User Centered Delivery
    • When are you ready to iterate? ( an iteration checklist )
    • Rethinking Development ( product development )
    • Continuous Deployment (extremely crazy or extremely powerful?)
    • Intentional Investments Imagine your project is a start up? How would your approach differ? Where would you invest your money? process (how) vs. product (why)
    • Build – Measure - Learn
    • Customer Development A “Customer Checklist”
    • How do you measure progress? Do you develop customer knowledge?
    • The Red Threads (so far) Learning by Comparison Checklists and Complexity Product / User Focused Process Customer Development
    • So what about brown M & Ms? The Story of Brown M & Ms ( complex calls for simple )
    • Atul Gawande Simple Process / Complex Environments (author Checklist Manifesto)
    • Learning From Scientists ( validate assumptions with evidence )
    • Wendy Freedman (on the laws of gravity ) V = GT F = MG “Gravity is just a theory … there is always testing.”
    • Earthly (Common) Laws George Ohm’s Ohm Law
    • What are the laws for agility? What guides our thinking?
    • Dude’s Law
    • Discussions around ”are we doing Agile?” “Why are we doing what we are doing?” { Meaning = Intent / Action } { Worth = Purpose / Practice }
    • Dude’s Law: Value = Why / How Ques%ons?   W W V= H V= H
    • Share, Compare, Learn ________________________________________ Coaching and Developing Agility david.hussman@devjam.com www.devjam.com ©  2010  DevJam  -­‐  All  rights  reserved.