A short introduction to               ScrumRalph Jocham    effective agile.   ralph@effectiveagile.com
A simple Definition of Scrum•  Scrum (n): A framework within which   people can address complex problems,   and productive...
Framework           Roles     Artifacts            Events• Product          • Increment        • Sprint  Owner           •...
Roles, Artifacts and Eventsin Action                                    ReviewRolesProduct OwnerTeamScrum Master          ...
Complex   far fromagreement                                                                         Complex    Complicated...
Defined vs Emperical Waterfall (Defined)" Plan for the entire                                    Plan             Analyze  ...
Empirical: Higher Chance of   Success                   0.9Probality of   Success                   0.5                   ...
The four legs of Scrum•  Emperical•  Transparency•  Inspection•  Adaption9-Jun-11          effective agile.   8
Value                                             Original Solution Domain            Welcoming Change/           Coping w...
Why Scrum•  Releases take longer and longer         •    Agility – flexibility to turn on a dime•  Realease schedules slip...
A simple Definition of Scrum•  Scrum (n): A framework within which   people can address complex problems,   and productive...
Questions?9-Jun-11     effective agile.   12
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  1. 1. A short introduction to ScrumRalph Jocham effective agile. ralph@effectiveagile.com
  2. 2. A simple Definition of Scrum•  Scrum (n): A framework within which people can address complex problems, and productively and creatively develop products of the highest possible value.(source: ADM)9-Jun-11 effective agile. 2
  3. 3. Framework Roles Artifacts Events• Product • Increment • Sprint Owner • Product • Sprint• Team Backlog Planning• Scrum Master • Sprint • Daily Scrum Backlog • Sprint Review • Retrospective(source: ADM)9-Jun-11 effective agile. 3
  4. 4. Roles, Artifacts and Eventsin Action ReviewRolesProduct OwnerTeamScrum Master Retrospective Increment DailyArtifacts ScrumProduct BacklogSprint Backlog SprintIncrement Backlog Sprint Sprint Planning MeetingEvents ProductSprint Planning BacklogSprintDaily ScrumSprint ReviewRetrospective ScrumMaster(source: ADM)9-Jun-11 effective agile. 4
  5. 5. Complex far fromagreement Complex Complicated Chaos Probe Sense Sense Analyze Respond Requirements Respond Complex Emergent Good Practices Chaos Simple Act Sense Sense Categorizeagreement Respond Respond Simple Complicatedclose to Novel Best Practices close to certainty Technology far from certainty (source: IBM) 9-Jun-11 effective agile. 5
  6. 6. Defined vs Emperical Waterfall (Defined)" Plan for the entire Plan Analyze Design Code Test Release project up-front Scrum (Empirical)" Analyze Analyze Analyze Analyze Design Design Design Design Plan a little for the Plan Plan Plan Plan Plan Code Code Code Code entire project and then Test Test Test Test a little for each Sprint" Release Release Release Release intern intern intern extern extern extern(source: ADM)9-Jun-11 effective agile. 6
  7. 7. Empirical: Higher Chance of Success 0.9Probality of Success 0.5 Empirical Defined Edge of Chaos 0.1 Low Medium High Complexity (source: ADM) 9-Jun-11 effective agile. 7
  8. 8. The four legs of Scrum•  Emperical•  Transparency•  Inspection•  Adaption9-Jun-11 effective agile. 8
  9. 9. Value Original Solution Domain Welcoming Change/ Coping with Complexity Spri nt n +1 nt n Spri Additional Value 2 Spri Sprint n t1 Original Vision9-Jun-11 effective agile. 9
  10. 10. Why Scrum•  Releases take longer and longer •  Agility – flexibility to turn on a dime•  Realease schedules slip •  Improved productivity and quality•  Stabilization at end of release takes •  Early elimination of risk longer and longer •  Early realization of value•  Planning seems to take to long •  Always knowing exactly where you are in a•  Changes are hard to introduce mid development/deployment cycle release •  Easier to make changes•  Quality is detoriating •  Reduced waste•  Dissatisfied, alienated customers •  Lean products that reach market faster and•  Death marches are hurting morale are more targeted•  Products becoming prohibitevly •  Increased Return on Investment (ROI) expensive to support and enhance •  Engaged, empowered workers •  Reduced Total Cost of Ownership (TCO)9-Jun-11 effective agile. 10
  11. 11. A simple Definition of Scrum•  Scrum (n): A framework within which people can address complex problems, and productively and creatively develop products of the highest possible value.(source: ADM)9-Jun-11 effective agile. 11
  12. 12. Questions?9-Jun-11 effective agile. 12

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