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Agile pm is that the end of the project manager as we know it - fortes solutions

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How do you apply “Agile” and "AgilePM" successfully in your projects? And are all projects suitable for an Agile approach?

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Agile pm is that the end of the project manager as we know it - fortes solutions

  1. 1. Agile PM: The end of the project manager? STARTS IN 2 MIN
  2. 2. Agile PM: • Guest speaker: Richard Weber, Key Result - Trainer & Coach - Agile PM, PRINCE2, IPMA, MoP - More information: www.keyresult.nl • Host: Erik Aalbersberg, Fortes Solutions The end of the project manager?
  3. 3. Before we start • Sound through your computer – Use of headset is recommended • Everyone is on mute – you can ask questions through • Questions will be answered live at the end of the webinar • You will receive all questions and answers afterwards via e-mail
  4. 4. Agenda • Why work Agile • What is Agile Project Management • Agile PM, Scrum or PRINCE2 • Implementing Agile Project Management
  5. 5. Why work Agile
  6. 6. New Reality • Innovative business models • Other ways of working
  7. 7. Time is Right http://agilemanifesto.org/iso/en/ • People and their interaction • Processes and tools • Working solutions • Comprehensive documentation • Cooperation with customer • Contract negotiations • Anticipate on change • Working according to plan Emphasis on Over
  8. 8. Expectations • On time & within budget • Shorter ‘time-to-market’ • More innovation • Higher efficiency • Cost reductions • ‘Fit-for-purpose’ solution • Closer cooperation • Direct customer involvement • Faster decisions • Limited formalities • Short communication lines • More focus on progress • Less politics • Encouraging creativity Organization Project manager
  9. 9. Poll 1 If a project faces problems, which variable will be changed first? • Budget • Quality • Time • Scope 12% 6% 41% 41% 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50%
  10. 10. What is Agile Project Management
  11. 11. Starting point Tijd Geld Scope ? Kwaliteit Klassiek Analyse Design Build Test Integrate Deliver Specify Progress Analyse Design Build Test Integrate Deliver Specify Progress Tijd Geld Scope Kwaliteit Vast Variabel Agile Scope Scope Quality Quality Time Time Money Money Traditional
  12. 12. Build incremental • Quickly usable solution • Earlier ROI Interative development • Fast feedback • Easier to (re)direct Timeboxing • Deadline is deadline • No cost overruns Prioritize • First things first • According to MoSCoW Core of Agile Must have eisen Should have eisen Could have eisen 100%vandetotaleinspanning Maximaal60%vandeinspanning Maximaal80%vandeinspanning Won’t have requirements Max.100%ofEffort Max.80%ofEffort Max.60%ofEffort Could have requirements Should have requirements Must have requirements
  13. 13. Life cycle        Pre-Project Haalbaarheid Foundations Exploratie Engineering Ingebruikname Post-Project Feasibility Deploy Exploration
  14. 14. Agile, Scrum or PRINCE2
  15. 15. Differences DirectingManagementTeamMgnt.Delivery Minimalism Realism Idealism Formality
  16. 16. Project uncertainty Easy to specify Defined Difficult to specify Undefined Managementfocus PeopleProcess PRINCE2 SCRUM AGILEPM Application
  17. 17. PRINCE2 + Scrum or AgilePM? (Starting Up) Initiating Stages Work Packages Scope tolerance Progress Reporting Daily Stand Up Deploy Deploy Fixed time = deadline
  18. 18. Implementing Agile Project Management
  19. 19. Prerequisites Organization • Culture • Dynamics • Environment • Rules & Regulations Project • Type of products • Type of projects • Predictability • Stability of specs • Parties involved • Size People • Personality • Task maturity
  20. 20. Choices • AgilePM • PRINCE2 + Scrum • PRINCE2 + AgilePM • PRINCE2 Tweaked
  21. 21. Which Agile option would you prefer? • PRINCE2 + AgilePM • PRINCE2 + Tweak • PRINCE2 + Scrum • AgilePM • Scrum Poll 2 68% 11% 11% 5% 5% 0% 20% 40% 60% 80%
  22. 22. Agile dilemma Are you willing to pay 100% for a project being on time, with ‘only’ 60% guarantee you get the full product? Do you want 100% certainty you get the product you requested, delivered by a project which might cost you more than 60% of time and money? You want all variables fixed? Keep on dreaming. You MUST choose
  23. 23. • You either work Agile or you don’t • Agile is self initiating and self evolving • Agile projects don’t need any management Misconceptions
  24. 24. Flexible support for Agile PM and PRINCE2
  25. 25. Agile PM Agile PM project model with: • Agile planning types such as Epics, User Stories, etc. • Sprints in project plan • Task board (Kanban) • Hierarchic backlog with priorities (e.g. MoSCoW) • Burn down widget • Full support for Scrum in the Principal Toolbox
  26. 26. Portfolio Management Resource Management & Time Registration Benefits Management Program Management Project Management From idea to benefits realization Principal Toolbox
  27. 27. Leading organizations Daily rely on the Principal Toolbox
  28. 28. Want to know more? 3 April - seminar More grip on your project portfolio 23 April - webinar Principal Toolbox 7.0 Preview 18 June - webinar Benefit Management: that’s how! www.fortesglobal.com
  29. 29. Thank you for your attention See you next time! www.fortesglobal.com

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