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  1. 1. Geof Ellingham, Chair, Agile Business ConsortiumAgile Project Management Seminar, Bristol 27 Sep 2017 Agile Project Management Seminar, Bristol
  2. 2. In the next 40 mins…  A little history and context  Agile Digital Services – new qualification overview  Some slides on openness  Questions?
  3. 3. at the dawn of Agile…
  4. 4. 1995
  5. 5. 1997-2006
  6. 6. 2007 – DSDM Atern
  7. 7. 2010 – AgilePM® Based on DSDM Atern Certification in collaboration with
  8. 8. Today over 60,000 people certified
  9. 9. Where next?
  10. 10. Agile Software Development  Hit the mainstream around the turn of this decade  Adopted by GDS in 2010  Now more commonly used than any other approach  ’Pure’ Waterfall is in steep decline  Lots of focus on scaling  Lots of hype about projects being an outdated concept  But it only deals with part of the problem
  11. 11. Many businesses struggle to understand how to harness the Agility of their technology teams for real competitive advantage
  12. 12. Many technology teams struggle processes, practices and behavioural norms that run counter to Agile philosophy
  13. 13. Many business leaders struggle to understand how they can implement the innovative wisdom of modern business leadership
  14. 14. and sometimes lose the will to even try And still too many people, regardless of role, struggle to see how they can make a genuine contribution to the success of their organisation
  15. 15. 2016 We took action…
  16. 16. Rebrand and Vision New Focus New Brand Still non-profit Beyond Software Beyond Projects
  17. 17. Our Mission: To provide global leadership in promoting, supporting and enabling business agility
  18. 18. Introducing: The Framework for Business Agility Agile Culture and Leadership Agile Enablement and Governance Agile Strategy and Portfolio Agile Projects Agile Service Evolution Agile product Evolution Agile Programmes Continuing to evolve the stuff we’re known for… AgilePM (2018?) AgilePgM (?) AgileBA (?)
  19. 19. Agile Culture and Leadership Agile Enablement and Governance Agile Strategy and Portfolio Agile Projects Agile Service Evolution Agile product Evolution Agile Programmes Introducing: The Framework for Business Agility Agile Digital Services (foundation & practitioner Jan 2018) Agile Portfolio Management (minibook November 2017) Extending the stuff we’re known for into new areas….
  20. 20. Introducing: The Framework for Business Agility Agile Culture and Leadership Agile Enablement and Governance Agile Strategy and Portfolio Agile Projects Agile Service Evolution Agile product Evolution Agile Programmes And creating content beyond the stuff we’re known for to support growing business agility. Characteristics of Agile culture Agile Leadership Principles ??? Something in 2017!
  21. 21. Existing Product Refresh  AgilePM (Agile Project Management)  Expected late 2018  Bringing in new learning from AgileDS  Removing remaining technology-specific elements from core product  Possible modular approach to meet technology needs?  Scrum  DevOps  XP  AgileBA (Agile Business Analysis)  Mixed feedback from delegates and trainers – mainly about positioning  Review team identified, but not kicked-off  No planned date as yet  Need to understand market demand  AgilePgM (Agile Programme Management)  Opportunity to develop practitioner exam  Could bring in more Agile concepts from new Agile Portfolio minibook  No planned date as yet  Need to understand market demand
  22. 22. New Product Development  AgilePfM (Agile Portfolio Management)  Minibook publication expected November 2017  No volume exam planned at present  Agile Culture and Leadership  10 Characteristics of an Agile Business  9 Agile Leadership Principles  Primarily working through partnerships with established expert organisations and authors  No courses or exams planned at present  AgileDS (Agile Digital Services)  Currently in private beta with 12 government hosts  Expected live January 2018  The best of AgilePM and Government Digital Services (GDS)  Agile Governance  Something this year…
  23. 23. Agile Digital Services (AgileDS) A quick tour
  24. 24. The trigger Agile PM DIGITAL
  25. 25. The trigger Agile PM DIGITAL
  26. 26. Exam nightmare Roles Products Lifecycle User Research
  27. 27. The goal
  28. 28. Ideation workshop with training organisations Observation of a course in alpha In-depth interviews with training participants and commissioners User testing of new concepts and materials User Research
  29. 29. Certification gives credibility and sense of achievement but the exam makes the training seem like a box ticking exercise. “95% of my motivation for the training was the certificate. But I would measure the learnings, not by “can you recite the book”, but by setting up a development plan of how you will apply it over the next 3 months.” —A. MoJ “Certification is a big factor. Itgives a guarantee that the training itself covers certain standards.” —R. Newcastle County Council “If there’s an exam to get, I’ll get it. I need to know that I’veachieved something.” —Cl. MoJ 8
  30. 30. The Wider Context BETA
  31. 31. New Lifecycle – single service BETA
  32. 32. New Lifecycle – single service BETA
  33. 33. New Lifecycle – single service BETA
  34. 34. Multi-Service Project BETA
  35. 35. Roles and Responsibilities BETA
  36. 36. Multiple Teams BETA
  37. 37. Project Work Products  Business owned work products  Solution/Technical owned work products  Management owned work products BETA
  38. 38. Prototypes User Research Materials Journey Maps Solution Increment Models Deployed Solution Personas Wire Frames and Page Layouts Evolving Solution Solution Work Products BETA
  39. 39. Users at the Centre BETA
  40. 40. Lots of increments MVPs Learning MMP Usable Lovable Additional Increments Improving BETA
  41. 41. Timeline from Alpha to Live Alpha Private Beta Public Beta Live Spring Jun - Oct Nov-Dec 2018 Are we building the right thing? Are we building the thing right ?
  42. 42. Timeline from alpha to live Alpha Private Beta Public Beta Live Spring Sep-Oct Nov-Dec 2018 Join our mailing list now to keep informed
  43. 43. A New Openness  Free content copyright licence  Enables the free distribution of an otherwise copyrighted work  Gives people the right to share, use, and build upon work  GDS Service Manual and Scrum Guide both published like this  Could damage Consortium revenues?  Or spread our ideas more widely?  Might develop “membership beta” publishing process…
  44. 44. Training, Consultancy, Coaching Accreditation Products & Services Supporting content Customers/Users Business Agility Shared Definition & Values Mapping business agility practice
  45. 45. Training, Consultancy, Coaching Accreditation Products & Services Supporting content Customers/Users Business Agility Shared Definition & Values ABC 9 Principles Scrum pocketbook Agile Business Change Framework DSDM Contract AgilePM AgileDS AgilePgM AgilePfM Mapping our business agility practice
  46. 46. Training, Consultancy, Coaching Accreditation Products & Services Supporting content Customers/Users Business Agility Shared Definition & Values ABC ICAgile Scrum Alliance scrum .org Agile Alliance ICA CIPD ILM PMI APM Mapping complementary business agility practice
  47. 47. Training, Consultancy, Coaching Accreditation Products & Services Supporting content Customers/Users Business Agility Shared Definition & Values ABC ICAgile Scrum Alliance scrum .org ICA CIPD ILM PMI APM Agile Alliance Building a business agility network
  48. 48. Questions
  49. 49. Contact details Geof Ellingham Chair, Agile Business Consortium Workstream lead, Agile Digital Services 07990 574667 geof@agilebusiness.org This presentation contains public sector information licensed under the Open Government Licence v3.0. These slides are licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License. To view a copy of this license, visit http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/

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