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Hugh Ivory

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Agile - Transforming organisations by delivering business value early and often. Presentation by Hugh Ivory of Agile Sphere at Bringing Projects to Life conference #eVa21

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Hugh Ivory

  1. 1. Agile Project Management Framework : Delivering Business Value Early and Often Hugh Ivory, Managing Partner Hugh.ivory@agilesphere.eu
  2. 2. Outline Agile in the Context of Business Value Agile Project Management Framework Philosophy and Principles Framework Who's using it What's different about it? Presentation by: Name here
  3. 3. DSDM Consortium - • The mission of DSDM Consortium is to develop and promote a high standard of practice and learning for successful Agile projects • More than 35,000 AgilePM® exams have been taken globally since 2011 • There are over 160 Training Providers offering AgilePM® • The DSDM Agile Project Framework and AgilePM® have been translated into various different languages Presentation by: Name here
  4. 4. Customer Collaboration over contract negotiation Individuals and Interactions over processes and tools Responding to Change over following a plan Working Software over full documentation Some Assumptions - Agile Manifesto
  5. 5. Much more than Projects and Programmes
  6. 6. Agile – Value Context Presentation by: Name here Philosophy Projects are aligned to clearly defined strategic goals, and focus on early delivery of real benefit to the business Everything in the framework supports that Philosophy
  7. 7. Presentation by: Name here Framework
  8. 8. Presentation by: Name here Principles Focus on the business need Deliver on time Collaborate Never compromise quality Build incrementally from firm foundations Develop Iteratively Communicate continuously and clearly Demonstrate control
  9. 9. Fundamentals: Project Variables Presentation by: Name here
  10. 10. Presentation by: Name here Process Lifecycle • Lifecycle can be tailored to individual project needs • Supports iterative development and incremental delivery • Adjacent phases may be merged, depending on the size, complexity and risk
  11. 11. Presentation by: Name here People Team Organisation
  12. 12. Presentation by: Name here Products
  13. 13. Practices • Facilitated workshops • MoSCoW • Iterative Development • Modelling • Timeboxing Presentation by: Name here
  14. 14. Must Should Could Wo n’t Presentation by: Name here Practices MoSCoW Prioritisation Must Should Could Won’t* Minimum Useable SubseT Work arounds difficult/costly Work arounds easy/cheap Out of Scope this time around Guaranteed Expected Bonus Maybe next time Cannot be de-scoped without causing the project to fail De-scoped as a last resort to keep the project on track Can be de-scoped without causing significant problems * Won’t have this time
  15. 15. Presentation by: Name here Practices Timeboxing
  16. 16. Presentation by: Name here Managing Risk - Factors for Success Embrace the DSDM Approach Build an Effective Team Empowered Stable Skills and Knowledge Business Engagement – Active and Ongoing Active commitment of the Business Roles A supportive Commercial Relationship Iterative Development, Integrated Testing, Incremental Deployment Transparency
  17. 17. Presentation by: Name here Managing Risk - Project Approach Questionnaire Purpose • To assess how the Atern approach should be applied • To help identify potential areas of risk, based on the Instrumental Success Factors When? • Feasibility • Then reassess in Foundations
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