Workshop the business side of agile

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Workshop the business side of agile

  1. 1. The Business Side Of Agile
  2. 2. The Business Side Of Agile Increasing Speed To Market
  3. 3. Large and Well Established Organizations Have More Inertia
  4. 4. Even If You Are Moving Fast, Heading In The Wrong Direction Will Lead To Failure
  5. 5. Negative Inertia Requires A Great Deal Of Energy, Time and Force To Redirect
  6. 6. Changes In Market Require Swift Changes In Direction
  7. 7. Changes In Market Require Swift Changes In Direction What Changes Are Affecting Genworth?
  8. 8. Changes In Market Require Swift Changes In Direction What Is Imperative To Stay Afloat?
  9. 9. Changes In Market Require Swift Changes In Direction Speed Alone Can Be Detrimental
  10. 10. Changes In Market Require Swift Changes In Direction Changes In Direction Are More Difficult When Moving Fast
  11. 11. Changes In Market Require Swift Changes In Direction Being Nimble Requires Focus, Constant Inspection, and Quick Adaptation
  12. 12. Agility and Scrum Are About Empirical Process Control Inspection, Adaption and Transparency
  13. 13. Feature Decay When Does Feature Decay Begin?
  14. 14. Feature Decay When Does Feature Decay Begin?
  15. 15. Feature Decay When Does Feature Decay Begin?
  16. 16. Feature Decay When Does Feature Decay End?
  17. 17. Feature Decay
  18. 18. Feature Decay
  19. 19. Feature Decay
  20. 20. Managing Cost Of Delay
  21. 21. Real Cost Of Delay Increases With Time
  22. 22. Cost Of Delay May Eliminate ALL ROI
  23. 23. Cost Of Delay May Eliminate ALL ROI Is It Really Better Late Than Never? Increased WIP Costs
  24. 24. Cost Of Delay May Eliminate ALL ROI Is It Really Better Late Than Never? COD2 Increased WIP Costs + Reduced ROI COD2 =
  25. 25. Scaled Agile Implements Continuous Product Development Flow
  26. 26. Scaled Agile Implements Continuous Product Development Flow
  27. 27. Establishing Predictable Processes
  28. 28. Establishing Predictable Processes
  29. 29. Sustaining Quality Cost Of Defects Increases Over Time
  30. 30. Sustaining Quality 1) Validate Requirements
  31. 31. Sustaining Quality1) Validate Requirements 2) Create A Design Consistent With Requirements
  32. 32. Sustaining Quality1) Validate Requirements 2) Create A Design Consistent With Requirements 3) Develop A System Consistent With Design
  33. 33. Sustaining Quality1) Validate Requirements 2) Create A Design Consistent With Requirements 3) Develop A System Consistent With Design Get Many People Working Independently To Do Specifically What Is Expected
  34. 34. Sustaining Quality1) Validate Requirements 2) Create A Design Consistent With Requirements 3) Develop A System Consistent With Design 4) Independently Test The System And Remedy Defects
  35. 35. Sustaining Quality1) Validate Requirements 2) Create A Design Consistent With Requirements 3) Develop A System Consistent With Design 4) Independently Test The System And Remedy Defects 5) Establish Operating Procedures To Ensure The System Is Used Correctly
  36. 36. Sustaining Quality 6) Revise The System To Accommodate Changes In Requirements
  37. 37. Sustaining Quality 7) Do All Of These Steps FAST!
  38. 38. Maintaining Customer-Driven Innovation and Delivery Collaborative Ongoing Interaction With The Customer Is Necessary
  39. 39. Maintaining Customer-Driven Innovation and Delivery Collaborative - Empirical Inspection Of Working Software Is The Best Means Of Knowing Progress
  40. 40. Maintaining Customer-Driven Innovation and Delivery Collaborative - Empirical - Iterative Frequency Of Inspection and Adaption Ensures Ongoing Accommodation Of Change
  41. 41. Maintaining Customer-Driven Innovation and Delivery Collaborative - Empirical - Iterative - Dynamic
  42. 42. Maintaining Customer-Driven Innovation and Delivery Collaborative - Empirical - Iterative - Dynamic Dynamic Processes Require Effective Action and Force, Power Over Time
  43. 43. Maintaining Customer-Driven Innovation and Delivery Customer Delight Is Agile’s Greatest Aim And Can Only Be Achieved And Sustained Through Ongoing Collaboration, Innovation and Adaptation With The Customer or Their Proxy.
  44. 44. Maintaining Customer-Driven Innovation and Delivery Scrum Allows Cross Functional Teams To Maintain Customer Proximity Through Iterative Reviews With Subject Matter Experts and Customer Teams
  45. 45. Maintaining Customer-Driven Innovation and Delivery The Scaled Agile Framework Facilitates The Alignment Of Multiple Scrum Teams Operating In Parallel And Grounds Them In Program-Level Planning And Review Done Iteratively With Customer Stakeholder Involvement

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