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Agile & ADDIE -Tango or Face Off 2

Over the years the systematic ADDIE process has proven successful in design and development of learning. However with the Agile approach growing in popularity, ADDIE is being perceived to be too “organised” and “slow” in today’s world of swift change and quick results. Moreover, evidence suggests that the push for Agile has made a relatively small dent on the popularity of ADDIE. Agile is radically different from ADDIE (waterfall approach) and hence demands a different skill and mind set.

In this online discussion we talk to a panel comprising of Agile specialists and Learning Designers.

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Agile & ADDIE -Tango or Face Off 2

  1. 1. Knowledge Sharing Better Practices Experienced Panel Agile & ADDIE Thurs, 3rd Nov 2016, 12-1 PM, Sydney Ways to participate: • Q&A Box - comment, whinge & opinions • Twitter Backchannel - @lrncafe #AgileVsAddie
  2. 2. Introductions AbbVie ANZ Bank ANZIIF Australian Red Cross Blood Service BEll Training Solutions Bendigo and Adelaide Bank Capgemini CBA CCA Cerner Corporation Club Assist Pty Ltd Credit Union Australia CSC CSIRO DBL DeakinPrime DelphianLogic TechPvt Ltd Domain Group Downer EY Ford-Werke GmbH HP Inc. HSBC IAG Idiea IP Australia ITAD Group ITE KINEO Learning Plan Learning Seat Lennox LLN In-Sight Macquarie Bank MInistry for the Environment NAB NATA NCC Nous group NSW Department of Education Office of State Revenue Oracle Corporation Pernod Ricard Winemakers Presence of IT Professional Photographers of America Qudos Bank Rio TInto RWWA Saleslink Schmiq Solutions Sead Alispahic Serco Defence Siemens Pte Ltd Skillsoft SMS Sprout Labs St John Ambulance Sydney Water Telstra The eLearning eXperts Tocal COllege University of Sydney Westpac Banking Corporation Westpac Banking Corporation WVI ZF TRW Registrations115+ Gareth Murphy Consultant – Leadership & Professional Development, NAB Vikram Vetrivel Scrum Alliance Certified- Scrum Master 70+ Organisations 2 Jeevan Joshi Producer – LearningCafe
  3. 3. Thought Leadership Webinar Discussions UnConference Blog Magazine Coffee Catch Ups Capability Building Workshops Community of Professionals with a focus on implementing ideas Building Capability 3
  4. 4. Sydney UnConference 2017 4 Limited to 130 seats only. Early Bird Passes Available @ 440 + GST Register: Peter Hall Head L&D, QBE - APAC Nicole Thompson HR Director, Fairfax Media Vanessa Blewitt Learning Effectiveness Lead, Nestlé Pierre De Villiers Learning & Diversity Leader, Marsh & McLennan Companies + Other L&D Thought Leaders
  5. 5. -Experiential -Pre and post virtual sessions - Access to online resources •Understand Agile (Scrum) concepts • Practice Agile in workshop on real Learning projects • Understand if and how Agile and ADDIE or CADDIE can combine • Share better practices Workshop Agile for Learning Design Register at Delivered to Sr. Learning Design Team at a Leading Bank in Sept 2016 Jeevan Founder LearningCafe Vikram Scrum Alliance Certified- Scrum Master 5
  6. 6. 6 *Sample size = 115
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  10. 10. I am Vikram Vetrivel I am an Agile Consultant and a Certified Scrum Master with over 8 years of experience working for GE and Philips Healthcare. You can find me at @vikramvetrivel on LinkedIn. Hello!
  11. 11. Agile != Fast Agile is NOT a shortcut to complete a struggling project faster.
  12. 12. “ We are an Agile team. Be nimble and get things done faster. - Project Managers who don’t understand Agile.
  13. 13. Why Agile? The “unknowns” in a project, at any stage, are always larger than the “knowns”. It is a smart idea to account for them. What we don’t know we don’t know What we know we don’t know What we know
  14. 14. Waterfall Let’s Tango Agile 💃
  15. 15. Waterfall Let’s Tango Agile 💃
  16. 16. A group of people working towards the same goal Scrum Team
  17. 17. How do I Scrum??!!
  18. 18. Scrum Ceremonies are a necessary evil BACKLOG GROOMING SPRINT RETRO How do we make ourselves better? VELOCITY How fast are we able to deliver? User Stories SPRINT PLANNING DAILY STANDUP A daily progress report Aids continual improvement Story Points DEMO
  19. 19. Agile Manifesto The backbone of Agile
  20. 20. The Agile Manifesto
  21. 21. 70% success For Agile Projects as compared to 49% in Waterfall
  22. 22. Any questions ? You can find me at • @vikramvetrivel (LinkedIn) • Thanks!
  23. 23. GARETH MURPHY Consultant – Leadership & Professional Development at NAB 23
  24. 24. 24 From this…
  25. 25. 25 To this…
  26. 26. What are mindsets for agility? •Transparency •Adaptability •Collaboration •Flexibility •Innovation •Simplicity •Pragmatism •Honesty •Trust •Being bold •Accountability •Respect for people
  27. 27.  Self-Organising teams  Minimum Viable Discovery  Iteration practices including:  User Stories  Planning Poker  Prioritisation  Story Wall  Personas  Learning Journeys  Stand-ups  Showcases  Retrospectives Agile Practices for Learning & Development
  28. 28. JEEVAN JOSHI Founder – LearningCafe & CapabiltyCafe 28
  29. 29. -Future Capability Adviser inc Agile at Westpac -Using AgileSelect for LMS Selection for HealthCare Services Co Recently Ran 1 day Workshop – Agile for Learning for Financial Services Currently Using Agile approach to help set up Biotech Company Agile 29
  30. 30. 30 McKinsey’s Business Technology Practice
  31. 31. 31 The Right Conditions for Agile
  32. 32. 32 We need one of those online learning thingy's. We have not done it before. - It will save us money - Employees will be happy - We will make sure we won’t fail Let me hire a consultant for selection !
  33. 33. Small/Medium Size or Organisations starting new 33 Gather Business Requirements • Business • L&D/HR • Technology Create a long list of features required • Functionality • Reporting • Ask for gaps & customization Put together a RFP and ask vendors to respond • Big document • Structured Get responses and evaluate • Vendors present • Committee decides on selection criteria BUY Business Case
  34. 34. 34 Gather Business Requirements • Business • L&D/HR • Technology Create a long list of features required • Functionality • Reporting • Ask for gaps & customization Put together a RFP and ask vendors to respond • Big document • Structured Get responses and evaluate • Vendors present • Committee decides on selection criteria BUY Business Case Customers don’t really know what they don’t know. Don’t link to business objectives/ pain points Most customers use only about 20 – 40 % of all Functionality Clutters up learner experience Vendors hate responding as it is onerous. Uncertain outcomes. Mostly rules out new vendors
  35. 35. The changing world of LMS 35 Most LMS are very close in features provided SaaS restricts the amount of customisation Contracts are yearly or even monthly. Turn off easy. Pricing is competitive. New vendors in market Best of Breed OK Make LMS use sophisticated with time
  36. 36. 36 Minimal Viable Product shows tangible output All stakeholders in one room to build consensus Selection focuses on user stories / price /support
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  38. 38. Benefits 38 Optimised Decision Linked to business pain points Focus on Learner Experience Ask only what is really required Business feel ownership Challenges identified Selection process completed in weeks not months Vendors happier as they focus on customer journey Change management effort reduced.
  40. 40. lrncafe blogs learning conversations free resources workshops UnConference 2016 Sydney Melbourne Webinar recording, ebooks, L&D frameworks Building Effective Employee Social Networks 40 Ideas@work Collaborations