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The complexity in the simplicity of Agile? by Arie van Bennekum

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Looking at Agile, it is so simple. In fact Agile is just structured common sense. Still so many people struggle to get their success in Agile. What is going on? The point is Agile, with all its simplicity, is based on different paradigms and the old paradigms hinder. The question is, can you identify thew old paradigms and furthermore, how do you change them. Arie van Bennekum will take you in his talk on his 22 years Agile journey and share his experience, successes, his delta’s and IATM, the Integrated Agile Transformation Model he developed for Agile transformations. IATM is a successful Agile change process to (the next level of) Agile he and his teams use doing international Agile transformations.

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The complexity in the simplicity of Agile? by Arie van Bennekum

  1. 1. Agile as a metabolism The complexity in the simplicity of Agile HOTEL EUROPE, October 21st
  2. 2. FACTS • NOT what the business needs • A lot of hindering errors • Development over budget • Development over time CAUSES • Business needs = communication • A lot of hindering errors = discipline • Development runs over budget = efficiency • Development of the solution over time = business value THE HERE AND NOW • Digital era = transformation in process or in to be started • Agile = facilitates digital transformation • Agile = needed to be responsive in the digital world • Agile = has to be an integrated corporate approach
  3. 3. SHORTER TIME TO MARKET TECHNOLOGY & INNOVATION SHORTER PRODUCT LIFE CYCLE GLOBALIZATION & COMPETITION
  4. 4. We need it
  5. 5. EXPLOREwhile developing YOU NEED IT
  6. 6. BRIDGE THE GAPend-to-end FOR EFFICIENCY
  7. 7. THE INTERACTION CONCEPT
  8. 8. CREATE INTERACTION WITH THE RIGHT PEOPLE Content with all stakeholders For validation & verification Progress with Solution development team to inform and to solve Estimation with all producing To become predictable
  9. 9. CREATE QUALITY BY DISCIPLINE • Rituals • DoD • Respecting WIP limits
  10. 10. CREATE VALUE THROUGH FOCUS • Want vs. needs • Limited WIP • Deliver frequently
  11. 11. CREATE EFFICIENCY BY TAKING OUT REDUNDANT WORK • Documentation • Maximising work not done
  12. 12. AN INTERACTION CONCEPT • Stay in touch • Transparancy is the carrier • Technique is the facilitator • Replace paradigms for a new metabolism • Technology can make you excel
  13. 13. SOME PARADIGMS • Documentation vs MS-Word • Reporting format vs old paterns • Regular job evaluation • Identity crisi • Individual task vs team responsibility • Requirements thinking vs objectives • Maximising work not done vs silo’s • Limiting WIP vs “it’s important” • “It’s a must” • Integrated testing vs. silo’s • Directing people vs trust • “You know what I want”
  14. 14. To make sure you have the right starting point To make sure you have a foundation for choices To be able to test if we do the right thing THIS IS A PRE-CONDITION SMART OBJECTIVES
  15. 15. Daily’s The platform for: • Move from individual to team • Know where we are in the process • Make hindering factors surface FOR EFFICIENCY
  16. 16. Heart beats Facilitated sessions, focus on the content of the solution For iterative, validation & verification For acceptance, ROI Creates speed, productivity and quality Creates consenus, ownership (acceptance) and overview The platform for: • Decision making • Estimations • MoSCoW • Reviewing • Demo • etc. NO EXCUSES
  17. 17. Integrated testing IT IS NOT A MINI WATERFALL
  18. 18. XP practices CREATE SHARED SOLUTION KNOWLEDGE
  19. 19. PRIORITISEQUANTIFY VALUE
  20. 20. INTEGRATED AGILE TO TRACK DEPENDENCIES
  21. 21. (DE-) SELECT A TEAM IS LIKE A BUCKET
  22. 22. LIMIT WIP STOP STARTING, START FINISHING
  23. 23. www.integratedagile.com
  24. 24. Key success factor: coaches Management coach Organization coach Team coach Development coach 40% Agile experts 60% Behavior scientist
  25. 25. Q & • Wemanity • The Agile Driving Force • arie@wemanity.com • www.integratedagile.com • www.wemanity.com • #arievanbennekum
  26. 26. THANK YOU!

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