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Ambler's agile modelling

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This deck is the presentation part of a meetup on Ambler's Agile Modelling stuff. For the source go here; agilemodeling.com

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Ambler's agile modelling

  1. 1. An introduction to Scott Ambler’s Agile Modelling Presented by Craig Brown Agile & Scrum User Group Hosted at Aconex, Melbourne August 2016
  2. 2. Venue and hosts
  3. 3. Don’t miss Jeff Patton Passionate Product Ownership coming to Melbourne, September 1-2 Jeff Patton is back in Australia throughout August to run another series of his highly acclaimed Passionate Product Owner workshops. Whether you are new to Agile delivery or an expert in the field, do not miss this unique opportunity to learn from one of the most respected people in the Agile community. Passionate Product Ownership is a course that blends solid product management, user experience design, and design thinking into a collaborative team-based approach to Scrum product ownership. This course is well suited to Product Owners, Scrum Masters, Business Analysts, Engineers, Designers, Agile Coaches and anyone who needs to fulfil or support a Product Owner or role who just wants to design and build great, successful products. You will learn concepts such as User Story Mapping, Lean Startup and Validated Learning, Design Thinking, Workshop facilitation and card modelling, Lightweight persona sketching, Collaborative design sketching, Paper prototyping and testing and Minimal Viable Product (MVP) techniques. You will also leave the course with plenty of resources and will qualify as a Certified Scrum Product Owner (CSPO). Jeff Patton is the author of the best selling book “User Story Mapping” and helps companies adopt a way of working that’s focused on building great products, not just building stuff faster. Jeff blends a mixture of Agile thinking, Lean and Lean Startup Thinking, and UX Design and Design Thinking to end up with a holistic product-centric way of working. Jeff has worked in software development for over 20 years in a variety of roles include product manager, engineer, project manager, coach, and consultant. Seats are still available for his Melbourne course September 1-2. Melbourne Agile and Scrum members can get 5% off by using the code MEL-AGILE. Discounts are also available for groups of 5+ people. Hope to see you there. YOW! Team
  4. 4. • Aconex • careers.aconex.com • Software engineers • UX Designers • Product Owners • Carsales • careers.carsalesnetwork.com.au • Iteration Manager / Project Manager / Agile Coach • AGL • Agile Coaches and Business analysts • Care of Christiane Anderson
  5. 5. An introduction to Scott Ambler’s Agile Modelling Presented by Craig Brown Agile & Scrum User Group Hosted at Aconex, Melbourne August 2016
  6. 6. Background • Scott Ambler • Agile Modelling
  7. 7. Values and Principles Models promote communication between your team and your project stakeholders as well as between developers on your team. Communication It’s important that developers understand that models are critical for simplifying both software and the software process—it’s much easier to explore an idea, and improve upon it as your understanding increases, by drawing a diagram or two instead of writing tens or even hundreds of lines of code. Simplicity Kent Beck says it best in Extreme Programming Explained: “Optimism is an occupational hazard of programming, feedback is the treatment.” By communicating your ideas through diagrams, you quickly gain feedback, enabling you to act on that advice. Feedback Courage is important because you need to make important decisions and be able to change direction by either discarding or refactoring your work when some of your decisions prove inadequate Courage The best developers have the humility to recognize that they don't know everything, that their fellow developers, their customers, and in fact all project stakeholders also have their own areas of expertise and have value to add to a project. An effective approach is to assume that everyone involved with your project has equal value and therefore should be treated with respect. Huet Landry suggests the concept of "Other Esteem", instead of "Self Esteem", where you treat the opinions of others as if they have more value than yours. With this approach your first reaction to another's idea will be most positive. Humility
  8. 8. Values and Principles Communication Simplicity Feedback Courage Humility
  9. 9. Practices
  10. 10. How do I start? Business Analyst Programmer Architect Project Manager QA/Tester http://agilemodeling.com/essays/whereDoIStart.htm
  11. 11. Pulse check Does this resonate with the Heart of Agile?
  12. 12. Activity • Choose a scenario • Model storming • Generate a Backlog • Check against framework • Discussion on impediments to going forward
  13. 13. Scenario Problem/Hypothesis Some people consistently aspire to come, but don’t. If we can visualise who doesn’t come we can manage them and their behaviour better. We want to improve the Meetup experience People signing up on RSVP and locking out others Meetup already has a check in feature Organisers are too busy to do the check in themselves • Model the problem • Model the solution • Use three models • Try to generate unique insights from each different model • Check behaviours against Agile Modelling values and practices
  14. 14. Scenario Problem/Hypothesis Some people consistently aspire to come, but don’t. If we can visualise who doesn’t come we can manage them and their behaviour better. We want to improve the Meetup experience People signing up on RSVP and locking out others Meetup already has a check in feature Organisers are too busy to do the check in themselves Goals and Constraints Organisers are too busy to check in So let’s have people self check in Or maybe check each other in We need to visualise the results Show who intends to come but doesn’t check in Be able to contact them/manage their behaviour
  15. 15. Practices • An activity • Model the problem • Model the solution • Use three models • Try to generate unique insights from each different model • Check behaviours against Agile Modelling values and practices
  16. 16. Practices • An activity • Model the problem • Model the solution • Use three models • Try to generate unique insights from each different model • Check behaviours against Agile Modelling values and practices Agile Modelling Communi cation Simplicity FeedbackCourage Humility
  17. 17. Practices • An activity • Model the problem • Model the solution • Use three models • Try to generate unique insights from each different model • Check behaviours against Agile Modelling values and practices
  18. 18. AM Table of Contents | Q&A • Active Stakeholder Participation • Agile Model Driven Development (AMDD) • Agile Modeling and RUP • Agile Modeling and XP • Agile Models Distilled • Agile Requirements Change Management • Downloads • Enterprise Modeling Anti Patterns • Essays and Other Resources • Examining the Model Driven Architecture (MDA) • Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) • Generalizing Specialists • Inclusive Models • An Introduction to Agile Modeling • Introduction to the Diagrams of UML 2.0 • Modeling Style Guidelines • Phases Examined • Practices of AM • Principles of AM • Simple Tools or CASE Tools? • Site Map • Training in Agile Model Driven Development • Values of AM • Where Do I Start?-
  19. 19. • Aconex • careers.aconex.com • Software engineers • UX Designers • Product Owners • Carsales • careers.carsalesnetwork.com.au • Iteration Manager / Project Manager / Agile Coach • AGL • Agile Coaches and Business analysts • Care of Christiane Anderson
  20. 20. Don’t miss Jeff Patton Passionate Product Ownership coming to Melbourne, September 1-2 Jeff Patton is back in Australia throughout August to run another series of his highly acclaimed Passionate Product Owner workshops. Whether you are new to Agile delivery or an expert in the field, do not miss this unique opportunity to learn from one of the most respected people in the Agile community. Passionate Product Ownership is a course that blends solid product management, user experience design, and design thinking into a collaborative team-based approach to Scrum product ownership. This course is well suited to Product Owners, Scrum Masters, Business Analysts, Engineers, Designers, Agile Coaches and anyone who needs to fulfil or support a Product Owner or role who just wants to design and build great, successful products. You will learn concepts such as User Story Mapping, Lean Startup and Validated Learning, Design Thinking, Workshop facilitation and card modelling, Lightweight persona sketching, Collaborative design sketching, Paper prototyping and testing and Minimal Viable Product (MVP) techniques. You will also leave the course with plenty of resources and will qualify as a Certified Scrum Product Owner (CSPO). Jeff Patton is the author of the best selling book “User Story Mapping” and helps companies adopt a way of working that’s focused on building great products, not just building stuff faster. Jeff blends a mixture of Agile thinking, Lean and Lean Startup Thinking, and UX Design and Design Thinking to end up with a holistic product-centric way of working. Jeff has worked in software development for over 20 years in a variety of roles include product manager, engineer, project manager, coach, and consultant. Seats are still available for his Melbourne course September 1-2. Melbourne Agile and Scrum members can get 5% off by using the code MEL-AGILE. Discounts are also available for groups of 5+ people. Hope to see you there. YOW! Team
  21. 21. Venue and hosts

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