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Delivering value fast—causing agility in a large company

We would like to share insights and our experience gained from the Agile Transformation in a large organization. We will present a step-by-step how can you approach to making changes in the organization resulting in faster value delivery. This will concern to:
- results of reinforcing loop exercise (finding the impediments)
- results of introducing of a new approach to employees and introducing product oriented company instead of a project oriented company to managers
- the first collision with the wall and the first breach in the wall
- few experiments we tried and where they led us today

Through our presentation We would like to pass on to others how to approach the changes and lead an Agile transformation. What's involved, what to expect, how to make it and not lead yourself to a feeling of burnout.

Delivering value fast—causing agility in a large company

We would like to share insights and our experience gained from the Agile Transformation in a large organization. We will present a step-by-step how can you approach to making changes in the organization resulting in faster value delivery. This will concern to:
- results of reinforcing loop exercise (finding the impediments)
- results of introducing of a new approach to employees and introducing product oriented company instead of a project oriented company to managers
- the first collision with the wall and the first breach in the wall
- few experiments we tried and where they led us today

Through our presentation We would like to pass on to others how to approach the changes and lead an Agile transformation. What's involved, what to expect, how to make it and not lead yourself to a feeling of burnout.

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AgileByExample 2016 - Delivering value fast - Krzysztof Niewiński & Mateusz Srebrny

  1. 1. DELIVERING VALUE FAST Causing Agility in a large organization Krzysztof Niewiński | @scrumurai | www.alterwork.pl Mateusz Srebrny | @mateuszsrebrny | agiletrainers.pl
  2. 2. „UNDOUBTEDLY, IT IS MUCH EASIER TO MAKE A LARGE CHANGE IN A SMALL ORGANIZATION, THAN A SMALL CHANGE IN THE LARGE ONE”
  3. 3. • Always start with ”Why” • There is always a lot of ”Hows” – all you need is just one ”Why”
  4. 4. 5 STEPS CLOSER TO BEING AGILE Determine ’WHY?’
  5. 5. - ”WHY?” - ”I WANT TO HAVE VALUE DELIVERED FASTER” - ”FASTER?” - ”AT LEAST EVERY MONTH!” - … ”I WANT TO BE AGILE”
  6. 6. Discover impediments 5 STEPS CLOSER TO BEING AGILE Determine ’WHY?’
  7. 7. REINFORCING LOOP EXPERIMENT
  8. 8. Discover impediments Find root-causes 5 STEPS CLOSER TO BEING AGILE Determine ’WHY?’
  9. 9. Value is delivered slowly Project, not Product oriented environment Craftsmanship Ownership
  10. 10. Value is delivered slowly Not investing in (no time for): - increasing quality - paying technical debt - building development tools Project, not Product oriented environment Aim to develop entire „scope”, not the most valuable features Decision making process is long PB managed by a commitee (no single responsible person) Too many roles with unclear responsibility and authority Lack of a „real” Product Owner who: - takes care of the Product Backlog - prioritizes - looks for value - decides & is resposible for Product Noone is working on maximization of the product value and ROI Development time is long Current Owners („Business”) does not see themselves as the owners of the Product - they are its users Craftsmanship Ownership
  11. 11. Discover impediments Find root-causes Choose possible ’HOW?’ 5 STEPS CLOSER TO BEING AGILE Determine ’WHY?’
  12. 12. Lack of product ownership: - No single decision-maker - no responsibility for a product value - noone works with a business stakeholders What is possible to change now? Project, not Product oriented environment 1 2 WHY? WHY?
  13. 13. Discover impediments Find root-causes Choose possible ’HOW?’ Make a change 5 STEPS CLOSER TO BEING AGILE Determine ’WHY?’
  14. 14. Changes to make (Adaptation Backlog): (ALMOST-)ROOT-CAUSE TO SOLVE: „LACK OF PRODUCT OWNERSHIP” GOAL: Fast delivery … 1. Product 2. Product Owner3. Interactions 4. Growth & Stabilization
  15. 15. CHALLENGES OUTCOMES • 3 Products & 3 POs • 3 Product Teams focused on value • Something valuable every sprint • Make it really every sprint • Make it stick • Dig deeper • Go wider
  16. 16. CHALLENGES OUTCOMES • 3 Products & 3 POs • 3 Product Teams focused on value • Something valuable every sprint • Make it really every sprint • Make it stick • Dig deeper • Go wider • Our manager still wants to pay us ;-)
  17. 17. SUMMARY / TAKEAWAYS Celebrate, retrospect & iterate ! Find impediments and dependencies Discover „Hows” – root-causes, reinforcing loops Start with ”Why?” Make the experiment Choose the most promising „How” (possible now)
  18. 18. Krzysztof Niewiński @scrumurai www.alterwork.pl Mateusz Srebrny @mateuszsrebrny www.agiletrainers.pl THANK YOU

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