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  • 1. Lean/Agile Quick Intro for the QA world
    Yuval Yeret
    Agile Coach @ Agilesparks
    yuval@agilesparks.com
    Mobile: 054-4802458
  • 2. Brief Intro
    AgileSparks is an elite team focused entirely on helping companies improve their product development operations, by leveraging Lean/Agile/Scrum thinking and techniques.
    Yuval Yeret – Lean/Agile Consultant/Coach, coming from R&D leadership background, specializing in scaling agile through Lean. Find more about me at http://www.linkedin.com/in/yuvalyeret, my google profile
  • 3. Survey!
    Who heard about Agile?
    Who is actually practicing Agile?
    Who heard about Lean?
    Who heard about Toyota?
  • 4. Competing on the basis of Speed
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  • 8. Lean Principles
    Eliminate waste
    Focus on learning
    Build quality in
    Defer commitment
    Deliver fast
    Respect people
    Optimize the whole
     “You can not inspect quality into the product; it is already there.” W. Edwards Deming 
  • 9. Eliminate Waste (Muda)
    Extra features
    Partially done work
    Extra effort
    Handoffs
    Task switching
    Delays
    Defects
  • 10. Focus on Time
    Let it Flow…
    Eliminate waste that disturbs Flow
    Manage Cycle Time
    Quality drives Flow…
  • 11. Value Stream Mapping
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oA_YSyBkhiM
  • 12. Value Stream Mapping
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    Stage 1
    Done
    Stage 2
    Stage n
    Work Items
    In
    Process
    In
    Process
    In
    Process
    Queue
    Queue
    Queue

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    Stage 1
    Done
    Stage 2
    Stage n
    Work Items
    In
    Process
    In
    Process
    In
    Process
    Queue
    Queue
    Queue

  • 15. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ssUuvUahq48
  • 16. Aim for Continuous Flow
    Alistair Cockburn
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  • 18. Jidoka Steps
    The four steps in Jidoka are:
    Detect the abnormality.
    Stop.
    Fix or correct the immediate condition.
    Investigate the root cause and install a countermeasure.
    In the software world:
    Continuous Integration!!!
    Measure time to fixbuilds and defects
  • 19. Impact on QA world
    Support Flow and Small Batches via Automation
    Build Quality In
    Continuous and Early Testing
    Integrated into flow
    Improving flow ->
    Forced you to invest in Quality - otherwise you pay the price of “Defects Waste”
  • 20. QA Management Role
    Enable Lean-Science in the QA Domain
    Educate the people - Teach/Coach
    Challenge
    Use Lean Science Thinking to drive decisions/behaviour
    Whole-System Thinking
    Beyond the Functions/Silos…
    Find and Address Tough Impediments
    Drive QA Continuous Improvement
    A3, Kaizen, PDM