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OpenAgile Process Overview
OpenAgile Process Overview Purpose: <ul><li>What is OpenAgile?
How does OpenAgile work?
Why should your organization use OpenAgile? </li></ul>
OpenAgile Process Overview What is OpenAgile? OpenAgile is a Learning System
OpenAgile Process Overview The Learning Circle
OpenAgile Process Overview The Foundation Truthfulness is the Foundation of all human capacities: Volition Detachment Disc...
OpenAgile Process Overview The Big Picture Deliver  valuable results  at the end of  every  Cycle. Work at a sustainable p...
OpenAgile Process Overview The Big Picture Each cycle builds on the results of previous cycles. GOAL Work Cycle Work Cycle...
OpenAgile Process Overview Planning Organic Growth, Responding to Change, Folly of Long-Term Planning.
OpenAgile Process Overview Types of Work Five possible types of work: <ul><li>Creative Items (Product Backlog Items, New W...
OpenAgile Process Overview Cycle Planning Each Cycle, the Team selects the items of work and decides how to deliver them <...
Quality, Obstacle and
Calendar Items may
become many tasks
The Team works during
the Cycle and completes
all the tasks </li></ul></ul>Cycle Plan
OpenAgile Process Overview Work Cycle Flow GOAL Work Cycle Work Cycle Work Cycle Work Cycle
OpenAgile Process Overview Cycle Input and Output
OpenAgile Process Overview Cycle Input and Output
OpenAgile Process Overview Cycle Input and Output
OpenAgile Process Overview Cycle Input and Output
OpenAgile Process Overview Inside a Cycle Work Periods Everything is timeboxed!!!
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Introduction to the OpenAgile Learning System

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OpenAgile (TM) is a method for managing any type of work that involves humans, problem-solving, creativity, uncertainty or complexity. In this presentation, we introduce the basic concepts and process that make up the OpenAgile Learning System (TM).

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Introduction to the OpenAgile Learning System

  1. 1. OpenAgile Process Overview
  2. 2. OpenAgile Process Overview Purpose: <ul><li>What is OpenAgile?
  3. 3. How does OpenAgile work?
  4. 4. Why should your organization use OpenAgile? </li></ul>
  5. 5. OpenAgile Process Overview What is OpenAgile? OpenAgile is a Learning System
  6. 6. OpenAgile Process Overview The Learning Circle
  7. 7. OpenAgile Process Overview The Foundation Truthfulness is the Foundation of all human capacities: Volition Detachment Discernment Vision
  8. 8. OpenAgile Process Overview The Big Picture Deliver valuable results at the end of every Cycle. Work at a sustainable pace! Cycles are also known as “sprints” or “iterations”. GOAL Work Cycle
  9. 9. OpenAgile Process Overview The Big Picture Each cycle builds on the results of previous cycles. GOAL Work Cycle Work Cycle Work Cycle Work Cycle
  10. 10. OpenAgile Process Overview Planning Organic Growth, Responding to Change, Folly of Long-Term Planning.
  11. 11. OpenAgile Process Overview Types of Work Five possible types of work: <ul><li>Creative Items (Product Backlog Items, New Work) </li></ul><ul><li>Repetitive Items (Habits, Definition of “Done”) </li></ul><ul><li>Quality Items (Defects, Errors) </li></ul><ul><li>Obstacles (Impediments, Waste) </li></ul><ul><li>Calendar Items (Schedule, Milestones) </li></ul>All types of work get broken into tasks to create the Cycle Plan
  12. 12. OpenAgile Process Overview Cycle Planning Each Cycle, the Team selects the items of work and decides how to deliver them <ul><ul><li>Work Queue, Repetitive,
  13. 13. Quality, Obstacle and
  14. 14. Calendar Items may
  15. 15. become many tasks
  16. 16. The Team works during
  17. 17. the Cycle and completes
  18. 18. all the tasks </li></ul></ul>Cycle Plan
  19. 19. OpenAgile Process Overview Work Cycle Flow GOAL Work Cycle Work Cycle Work Cycle Work Cycle
  20. 20. OpenAgile Process Overview Cycle Input and Output
  21. 21. OpenAgile Process Overview Cycle Input and Output
  22. 22. OpenAgile Process Overview Cycle Input and Output
  23. 23. OpenAgile Process Overview Cycle Input and Output
  24. 24. OpenAgile Process Overview Inside a Cycle Work Periods Everything is timeboxed!!!
  25. 25. OpenAgile Process Overview Inside a Cycle Cycle Plan The Cycle Plan has many Tasks
  26. 26. OpenAgile Process Overview Inside a Cycle Cycle Plan Over time, Tasks are completed and new Tasks may be added
  27. 27. OpenAgile Process Overview Inside a Cycle Cycle Plan Near the end of the Cycle, most Tasks should be complete.
  28. 28. OpenAgile Process Overview Progress Meetings Team meets at least four times per Cycle to engage in: <ul><ul><li>Reflection: </li><ul><li>What happened, what did you see and do? </li></ul><li>Learning: </li><ul><li>What did you learn? </li></ul><li>Planning: </li><ul><li>What will happen, what will you do? </li></ul></ul></ul>
  29. 29. OpenAgile Process Overview OpenAgile Roles The Team: <ul><li>Team Member (Implementer)
  30. 30. Performs work and creates
  31. 31. value for stakeholders </li><ul><ul><li>Growth Facilitator (dynamic role)
  32. 32. Team Member(s) who guide the
  33. 33. delivery of value
  34. 34. Process Facilitator (dynamic role)
  35. 35. Team Member(s) who facilitates
  36. 36. the application of OpenAgile rules </li></ul></ul></ul>Stakeholders / Customers / Sponsors
  37. 37. OpenAgile Process Overview Team Self-Organization Individuals volunteer for Tasks as the Cycle progresses! Cycle Plan
  38. 38. OpenAgile Process Overview Benefits of OpenAgile <ul><li>Increased Productivity and Efficiency, Lower Costs </li><ul><ul><li>Learning
  39. 39. Removing Obstacles </li></ul></ul><li>Respond to Change, More Control </li><ul><ul><li>Short Cycles
  40. 40. Organic Growth </li></ul></ul><li>Better Team Spirit </li><ul><ul><li>Keeping Commitments
  41. 41. Always Learning </li></ul></ul></ul>✔
  42. 42. OpenAgile Process Overview Next Steps? <ul><li>Questions?
  43. 43. Training and Certification
  44. 44. Coaching and Consulting
  45. 45. Pilot Project
  46. 46. Start Date! </li></ul>

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