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Create High Performance Agile and Lean Teams with Disciplined Agile Delivery

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It's critical that you know how to "be agile", but if your team is to truly perform it needs to know how to do agile too. This presentation walks through critical aspects of Disciplined Agile Delivery (DAD) that enables teams to improve the way that they work together by leveraging the learnings from other organizations in a context sensitive manner. High performing teams own their process, and to do that you need to know what your choices are.

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Create High Performance Agile and Lean Teams with Disciplined Agile Delivery

  1. 1. © Disciplined Agile Consortium 1 Create High Performance Agile and Lean Teams with Disciplined Agile Delivery
  2. 2. Scott Ambler •  Helps enterprise-class organizations around the world to improve their processes and organization structures •  Thought leader of: –  Agile Modeling (AM) method –  Agile Data (AD) method •  Co-creator of the Disciplined Agile (DA) framework •  Author of 20+ books •  scott [at] scottambler.com •  SEMAT Advisory Board Member •  ScaleFree Advisory Board Member © Disciplined Agile Consortium 2 @scottwambler
  3. 3. Agenda •  High Performance Teams? •  Disciplined Agile Delivery Overview •  Questions and Answers © Disciplined Agile Consortium 3
  4. 4. Google’s Five Keys to Successful Teams 4 © Disciplined Agile Consortium Source: https://rework.withgoogle.com/blog/five-keys-to-a-successful-google-team/ Psychological Safety Can we take risks on this team without feeling insecure or embarrassed? Dependability Can we count on each other to do high quality work on time? Structure & clarity Are goals, roles, and execution plans on our team clear? Meaning of Work Are we working on something that is personally important for each of us? Impact of work Do we fundamentally believe that the work we’re doing matters?
  5. 5. Disciplined Agile Delivery (DAD) © Disciplined Agile Consortium The key characteristics of DAD: –  People-first –  Goal-driven –  Hybrid agile –  Learning-oriented –  Full delivery lifecycle –  Solution focused –  Risk-value lifecycle –  Enterprise aware Foundation of the Disciplined Agile (DA) framework 5
  6. 6. Scrum Extreme Programming LeanKanban DA is a Hybrid Framework 6 Unified Process Agile Modeling Agile Data“Traditional”Outside In Dev. DevOps …and more DAD leverages proven strategies from several sources, providing a decision framework to guide your adoption and tailoring of them in a context-driven manner. SAFe © Disciplined Agile Consortium
  7. 7. © Disciplined Agile Consortium 7 Agile Lean Continuous Delivery: Agile Continuous Delivery: Lean Exploratory Disciplined Agile Delivery (DAD) Supports Several Lifecycles
  8. 8. Disciplined Agile Delivery: Basic Lifecycle © Disciplined Agile Consortium 8 An enterprise-ready, Scrum-based project lifecycle.
  9. 9. Disciplined Agile Delivery: Lean Lifecycle © Disciplined Agile Consortium 9 An enterprise-ready, Kanban-based project lifecycle
  10. 10. Disciplined Agile Delivery: Lean Continuous Delivery Lifecycle © Disciplined Agile Consortium 10
  11. 11. Disciplined Agile Delivery: Agile Continuous Delivery Lifecycle © Disciplined Agile Consortium 11
  12. 12. DAD Exploratory “Lean Startup” Lifecycle © Disciplined Agile Consortium 12 A low-risk strategy to initiate development of a new product.
  13. 13. 13 Governance is Built Into DAD •  Governance strategies built into DAD: –  Risk-value lifecycle –  Light-weight milestone reviews –  “Standard” opportunities for increased visibility and to steer the team provided by agile –  Enterprise awareness –  Robust stakeholder definition © Disciplined Agile Consortium
  14. 14. The Process Goals of Disciplined Agile Delivery © Disciplined Agile Consortium 14 DA is not prescriptive!
  15. 15. Disciplined Agilists Take a Goal-Driven Approach © Disciplined Agile Consortium 15 Goal Decision Point Advantages Disadvantages Considerations * Option Default Option * Explore the Initial Scope Form the Initial Team Address Changing Stakeholder Needs Source Evolution strategy Size Structure Member skills Completeness Longevity Geographic distribution Support the team Availability Indicates a preference for the options towards the top Co-located Partially dispersed Distributed subteams Fully dispersed
  16. 16. © Disciplined Agile Consortium 16 Goal: Address Changing Stakeholder needs
  17. 17. © Disciplined Agile Consortium 17 Goal: Coordinate Activities
  18. 18. Please type your questions into the chat window © Disciplined Agile Consortium 18
  19. 19. Please join us for our next conversation sessions with Scott W Ambler, DA Fellow
  20. 20. Bring your Manager to our first Executive Session with Scott W Ambler, DA Fellow A Disciplined Approach to Agile Transformations September 12 Registration opens July 12
  21. 21. Join Today Sign up at DisciplinedAgileConsortium.org and become a member It’s free Have access to new and upcoming information about Disciplined Agile strategies © Disciplined Agile Consortium 21
  22. 22. The Disciplined Agile Consortium (DAC) supports and evolves the Disciplined Agile process decision framework. The DAC site, DisciplinedAgileConsortium.org, provides information on curriculum and learning resources for Disciplined Agile practitioners. It is also the home of the Disciplined Agile certification program. The Disciplined Agile blog, DisciplinedAgileDelivery.com, provides a wealth of articles and blog postings about Disciplined Agile topics. The Disciplined Agile discussion forum, LinkedIn.com/groups/4685263, is a meeting place for Disciplined Agile practitioners to share their experiences and to get questions answered. © Disciplined Agile Consortium 22

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