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  1. 1. Ten Risks that can sink your project Peter Stevens © 2020 Peter Stevens and how to mitigate them in the contract UA Online PMDay 2020 Vol.3
  2. 2. Let’s break the internet! Where are you from? What do you do? © 2020 Peter Stevens Software Developer Hardware Developer Creative Project Manager Line Manager C-Level Manager something else
  3. 3. Meet Peter Stevens “Mr. What Really Matters” © 2020 Peter Stevens Build the Right Relationship Between Sourcing and Agile Development Companies PETER B. STEVENS A Practitioner’s Guide to Creating the Right Contract TEN AGILE CONTRACTS
  4. 4. How to ask Questions? Photo © leonardo viti - Fotolia © 2020 Peter Stevens
  5. 5. Walter Stulzer Executive Director FutureWorks.ch •All the goals •Half the work •¼ of the time
  6. 6. Every project is a leap of faith © 2020 Peter Stevens
  7. 7. I’d like to show you how changing the playing rules can enable dramatically better results © 2020 Peter Stevens Image: SpaceX at Unsplash
  8. 8. The risk of time and materials contracts is that – except for the bill – you may never get anything. © 2020 Peter Stevens
  9. 9. For example, NASA Project Orion: 15 Years / $18.7 Billion / Total (Test-) Flight Time: 4h 36m © 2020 Peter StevensQuelle: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Orion_(spacecraft)
  10. 10. What would SpaceX do? “…basically [SpaceX was] accomplishing things in weeks that would take NASA years. And we were all shocked at that.” -- Garrett Reisman, NASA Astronaut, heute SpaceX Advisor © 2020 Peter StevensImage: Wikipedia
  11. 11. The Commercial Cargo Program paved the way for the Commercial Crew program. Orbital Sciences Cygnus SpaceX Falcon-9 © 2020 Peter StevensImages: Wikipedia, SpaceX
  12. 12. 6 Years, $6.8 Billion, Result: 2 Spacecraft, one is now in service Boeing Starliner $4.3 Mia SpaceX Crew Dragon $2.5 Mia © 2020 Peter StevensQuelle: https://observer.com/2019/11/nasa-audit-boeing-spacex-iss-ccp-mission-spacecraft-budget/ Images: Wikipedia
  13. 13. What is the challenge of complex development projects? Physical Construction IT, Software, Organizations © 2020 Peter StevensImages: Unsplash
  14. 14. What is the challenge of complex projects? Physical Construction IT, Software, Organizations © 2020 Peter Stevens You know what you need You cannot know, what you need Leading a complex project is different Images: Unsplash
  15. 15. How do we bring, quality, speed and complexity under the same roof? © 2020 Peter Stevens How does Scrum manage these risks? What are the risks of a development project? Review: What does it mean to be agile?
  16. 16. © 2020 Peter Stevens CONTENT WARNING MAY CONTAIN ADULT LANGUAGE OR INCONVENIENT TRUTHS. MANAGERIAL DISCRETION ADVISED
  17. 17. You may still do some projects traditionally. Clarity possible - classical Complexity dominates - agile © 2020 Peter Stevens
  18. 18. How do we bring, quality, speed and complexity under the same roof? © 2020 Peter Stevens Review: What does it mean to be agile?
  19. 19. © 2020 Peter Stevens
  20. 20. The first sentance and first principle define the agile mindset Learning Collaboration Purpose © 2020 Peter Stevens
  21. 21. How do we bring, quality, speed and digitalization under the same room? © 2020 Peter Stevens What are the risks of a development project? Review: What does it mean to be agile?
  22. 22. Risks that can kill your project Source: Ten Agile Contracts, by Peter Stevens Drawings by L. Quattri, used by permission © 2020 Peter Stevens
  23. 23. Risks that can kill your project 1. Delivery Risk Source: Ten Agile Contracts, by Peter Stevens Drawings by L. Quattri, used by permission © 2020 Peter Stevens
  24. 24. Risks that can kill your project 2. Time and Budget Risk Source: Ten Agile Contracts, by Peter Stevens Drawings by L. Quattri, used by permission © 2020 Peter Stevens
  25. 25. Risks that can kill your project 3. Scope Risk Source: Ten Agile Contracts, by Peter Stevens Drawings by L. Quattri, used by permission © 2020 Peter Stevens
  26. 26. Risks that can kill your project 4. Market Risk Source: Ten Agile Contracts, by Peter Stevens Drawings by L. Quattri, used by permission © 2020 Peter Stevens
  27. 27. Risks that can kill your project 5. Technical Risk Source: Ten Agile Contracts, by Peter Stevens Drawings by L. Quattri, used by permission © 2020 Peter Stevens
  28. 28. Risks that can kill your project 6. Social Risk Source: Ten Agile Contracts, by Peter Stevens Drawings by L. Quattri, used by permission © 2020 Peter Stevens
  29. 29. Risks that can kill your project 7. Dependencies Source: Ten Agile Contracts, by Peter Stevens Drawings by L. Quattri, used by permission © 2020 Peter Stevens
  30. 30. Risks that can kill your project 8. Stakeholder Risk Source: Ten Agile Contracts, by Peter Stevens Drawings by L. Quattri, used by permission © 2020 Peter Stevens
  31. 31. Risks that can kill your project 9. Change Management Risk Source: Ten Agile Contracts, by Peter Stevens Drawings by L. Quattri, used by permission © 2020 Peter Stevens
  32. 32. Risks that can kill your project 10. Wishful thinking © 2020 Peter Stevens Source: Ten Agile Contracts, by Peter Stevens Drawings by L. Quattri, used by permission
  33. 33. Wishful thinking is widespread « The reality is that all estimates are lies. « To get the business, the client has to pretend to know what they want, and I have to pretend to know how much time and money it will cost to deliver it. « If we don’t play the game, I can’t get the business. « Our relationship starts with a lie.» Wiktor Żołnowski Co-founder Pragmatic Coders Customer Service Leader Award Winner World Agility Forum 2019 © 2020 Peter Stevens Photo courtesy Pragmatic Coders
  34. 34. How do we bring, quality, speed and complexity under the same roof? © 2020 Peter Stevens How does Scrum manage these risks? What are the risks of a development project? Review: What does it mean to be agile?
  35. 35. A classical approach to development defines a series of milestones on the way to a finished product Shippable ProductVision Milestone Milestone Milestone Image © 2009-2019 Peter Stevens Licensed CC-BY-NC-ND
  36. 36. Scrum introduces one constraint: at least every 30 days the team has to produce a version of the product that could be shipped and can be reviewed Shippable ProductVision Maximum 30 days Image © 2009-2019 Peter Stevens Licensed CC-BY-NC-ND
  37. 37. Vision Potentially Shippable Product Every sprint, the Scrum Team reviews their progress and direction with stakeholders Maximum 30 days Review: Product with Stakeholders Image © 2009-2019 Peter Stevens Licensed CC-BY-NC-ND
  38. 38. Vision Potentially Shippable Product This enables fine-grained decision making about what to do next… Maximum 30 days Review Product with Stakeholders What brings value? Planning: What to do? How to do it? Image © 2009-2019 Peter Stevens Licensed CC-BY-NC-ND
  39. 39. Shippable ProductVision Potentially Shippable Product …and virtually eliminates delivery risk at the end of the project Maximum 30 days Review Product with Stakeholders What brings value? Planning: What to do? How to do it? Image © 2009-2019 Peter Stevens Licensed CC-BY-NC-ND
  40. 40. Lieferbares ProduktVision Potenziell lieferbares Produkt Scrum was designed to minimize the risks of product development Maximum 30 Tage Review: Produkt mit Stakeholdern Was bringt Wert? Planung: Was / Wie? Image © 2009-2020 Peter Stevens Licensed CC-BY-NC-ND © 2020 Peter Stevens
  41. 41. Bosch: Park distance control for locomotives Prototype, validate, improve, improve, improve & ship 41Copyright 2006-2020 Joe Justice however please recognize noted attributions. @JoeJustice0 Joe@WIKISPEED.com
  42. 42. Bosch: First prototype to shipping product in 5 weeks 42Copyright 2006-2020 Joe Justice however please recognize noted attributions. @JoeJustice0 Joe@WIKISPEED.com
  43. 43. Shippable ProductVision Potentially Shippable Product Extreme Manufacturing accelerates product development further Maximum 1 week Review Product with Stakeholders What brings value? Planning: What to do? How to do it? Image © 2009-2019 Peter Stevens Licensed CC-BY-NC-ND
  44. 44. Let’s eliminate some wishful thinking: Digitalization is Software and Software is Complex Physical Construction IT, Software, Organizations © 2020 Peter StevensImages: Unsplash
  45. 45. An agile approach is essential Physical Construction IT, Software, Organizations © 2020 Peter StevensImages: Unsplash
  46. 46. Your Scrum team offers: Scrum Master & Development Team Scope and Risk Management A version to test in the market or sell every sprint Giftbox icon made by Freepik from www.flaticon.com © 2020 Peter Stevens
  47. 47. Your Scrum team expects: Constructive Feedback at each Sprint Review An empowered Product Owner Active Stakeholders Giftbox icon made by Freepik from www.flaticon.com © 2020 Peter Stevens
  48. 48. Tips for collaboration between stakeholders and a development organization (with or without a contract) © 2020 Peter Stevens
  49. 49. Any collaboration based on fixed-scope is not agile © 2020 Peter Stevens
  50. 50. Collaboration based on variable scope can be agile © 2020 Peter Stevens
  51. 51. A Sprint is to your project what a brick is to your wall: A building block with uniform dimensions © 2020 Peter StevensPhoto by Paweł Czerwiński on Unsplash
  52. 52. Option 1: Buy what the supplier is delivering © 2020 Peter Stevens
  53. 53. Option 2: Offer the produce or service that the customer needs © 2020 Peter Stevens
  54. 54. Tips for an agile relationship As Supplier As Client © 2020 Peter Stevens
  55. 55. Tips for an agile relationship • Align with the risk management of your framework • Product Owner by Client with Decision-Making Authority • Every Sprint Produces a Release Candidate • Client supplies Chief Impediments Removal Officer • Contracts with fixed scope are not in your interest © 2020 Peter Stevens As Client
  56. 56. Tips for an agile relationship • Your first goal • Deliver a working release candidate every sprint • Include the collaboration framework as part of your quote • e.g. Scrum • Supply Scrum Master and Development Team • 100% dedicated to the project As Supplier © 2020 Peter Stevens
  57. 57. For more tips Build the Right Relationship Between Sourcing and Agile Development Companies PETER B. STEVENS A Practitioner’s Guide to Creating the Right Contract TEN AGILE CONTRACTS Scrum, Product Owner, Personal Agility, and Executive Led Transformation workshops: https://saat-network.ch/course-calendarhttps://tencontracts.com © 2020 Peter Stevens
  58. 58. Questions? How does it fit? • What did you learn? • What surprised you? • How is this different that what you are doing today? Photo © leonardo viti - Fotolia © 2020 Peter Stevens

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