My Agile Suitcase
#Agile2013 #MyAgileSuitcase
Pecha Kucha Agile 2013, Nashville
Agile Enthusiast,
Consultant,
Coach & Trainer
Community Groomer
Germany
holiday
Your
one
call
a new
project
Your team http://www.flickr.com/photos/accolite/2927750264
Your last project
A message
Ask for help
Help is
on
the way
"My suitcase is
filled with the
things that I
really wish
others would
start packing for
themselves."
@arlobelshee
„Mindset
matters “
@johannarothman
„The Agile
Community is
so beautiful and
giving that I
want to share
what I have
learned."
@michael_sahota
„Sharing our
experiences and
our perspectives
is essential to
growing our
collective
knowledge."
@davidhussman
„I want to
practice what
I preach."
@berndschiffer
20 x 20 =
6´40
Applause
Your
Feedback
#Agile2013
#MyAgileSuitcase
Your
"My suitcase is
filled with the
things that I
really wish
others would
start packing for
themselves."
@arlobelshee
The typical agile suitcase
Stories
Adaptive
planning
Complaint-fest
retrospectives
Visible status
Stand-ups
Visible
upcomi...
My agile suitcase
Stuff
I
need
Stuff others
need but
always leave at
home
My agile suitcase
Plan,
Status,
Stories,
Burn-up,
Stand-up
Code well:
Work Tiny. Prove it. Get Done.
Learn and improve dis...
Work tiny
Work tiny – spiral in reverse
Work tiny – impressive results eventually
Check in
Ship live
Validate business impact
Prove it
Traditional or 1 star Agile 2+ star Agile
Dev’s job
• deliver software
Write ~8 bugs / man-day
Dev’s job
• Delive...
No bugs!
Low cost changes => Emergent Design
“Hey, we
could …”
The simplest thing
that could possibly
work
You aren’t gonna
need it...
Low risk changes => Learn in the market
Get done
April May June
Product A
Product B
Product C
Revenue:
July
A+B+C
April May June
Product A Product B Product C
Rev...
Learn informally
Learn constantly
Improve together
Be trustworthy – be predictable
Be trustworthy – consider others
Do the work together
 Work tiny
 Prove it
 Get done
 Learn constantly
 Improve together
 Be trustworthy
 Win together
My packing list ge...
 Pair or mob, 100%
 Design small units
 100% mechanized refactoring
 Tests are specs; write them first
 Finish and pr...
Applause
„Mindset
matters “
@johannarothman
My Agile Suitcase
Johanna Rothman
New: Hiring Geeks That Fit
@johannarothman
www.jrothman.com
jr@jrothman.com
781-641-4046
© 2013 Johanna Rothman47
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1
Your
Agile Suitcase
Define your Agile Suitcase by packing
your favorite 5elements on post-its
Your Agile Suitcases
of Pairs
1
„The Agile
Community is
so beautiful and
giving that I
want to share
what I have
learned."
@michael_sahota
My Agile Suitcase
@MichaelSahota
michael.sahota@agilitrix.com
Big Open Toolbox
Scrum
Lean
Kanban
Systems Thinking
Adaptive Action
Most Value from Mindset/Culture, not Practices
~20% Benefit ~3X Benefit
•Ability to manage changing priorities
•Improved V...
Change is Within a Scope
Culture Provides Greatest Leverage
Supplication
Reveal Patterns
Value Stream Mapping
Innovation Games®
Strategic Play®
SupplicationLet Them Choose (Let go of Outcome)
Partnership (50/50)
See People As Valuable
Love Myself
Courage & Vulnerability
Call for Help
Temenos Lab
Full Session - Wed. Aug 7 @10:45AM
Oneness Meditation
“Be the Change you want to See in the World”
- Mahatma Gandhi
• Photo Credits
• Seamless Grungy Teal Pattern -
http://www.flickr.com/photos/webtreatsetc/
• Toolbox - http://www.flickr....
Applause
Your
Define your common Agile Suitcase by
• Introducing each others suitcase
• Packing new suitcase(keep family tree)
Your Agil...
„Sharing our
experiences and
our perspectives
is essential to
growing our
collective
knowledge."
@davidhussman
Cutting an Agile Groove
David Hussman - DevJam
Empathy
What’s it like on Waterfall Island?
Listening
“We have two ears and one mouth so we
listen twice as much as we speak” - Epictetus
Questioning
Dude’s Law: Value = Why / How
V=
W
HV=
W
H
How much process is enough?
Test Driven
Refactoring
User Stories
Acceptance Tests
Sprints
Product Backlogs
Sprint Reviews
...
Don’t assume you know where you’re going
Getting Ready
Getting Productive
Staying Productive
Don’t assume you know how to ...
Getting Ready: Discover Product
Who needs what and why?
Getting Ready: Get to Know the People
Who’s in the band?
Getting Ready: Uncover the Eco-System
Tools and technologies?
Design areas? Collaboration spaces?
Getting Ready: Make Remote Connections
Who are “they” and what are their names?
Raj
Sam
Sue
Ivan
Etta
Adopt Humanely with Intent
Avoid “Scrum buts” and other prescriptions
Getting Productive: Learn from Delivery
“Done” means more than “demod”
Getting Productive: Monitor Tech Debt
What is your next best investment?
Getting Productive: Invest Wisely
Getting Productive: Continuously Learn
Don’t wait to reflect and adapt
Staying Productive: Use Humor
Don’t mistake crowds for collaboration
Staying Productive: Less is More
Staying Productive: Keep Process Lean
Readiness over process (or procedure)
Epistemic Arrogance: “The difference between
what you know and what you think you know”
Staying Productive: Avoid Arrogance
Staying Productive: Frame and Reframe
Building for the future Building to adapt
Talking about code Talking about tests
Lat...
Practice empirical skepticism
Never stop questioning and learning!
Cutting an Agile Groove
http://devjam.com/2013/07/12/cutting-an-agile-groove-overview/
© 2013 DevJam - All rights reserved.
Define your common Agile Suitcase by
• Introducing each others suitcase
• Packing new suitcase(keep family tree)
Your Agil...
„… because I
want to practice
what I preached."
@berndschiffer
My Agile suitcase
05/08/2013 Agile Conference Nashville
Bernd Schiffer
http://i.imgur.com/rE0Za68.jpg
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Australian_Coat_of_Arms.png
One group presents their last suitcase
• Others check for same in their suitcase
• Count different items
Your Agile Suitca...
Your Agile Suitcases
Gallery of „family trees“
1 1 1
1 1
1
1 1 1 1
1 1
1
1 1 1 1
1 1
1
1
Feedback
#Agile2013
#MyAgileSuitcase
Your
Keep & Try
My Agile Suitcase at Agile 2013 in Nashville
My Agile Suitcase at Agile 2013 in Nashville
My Agile Suitcase at Agile 2013 in Nashville
My Agile Suitcase at Agile 2013 in Nashville
My Agile Suitcase at Agile 2013 in Nashville
My Agile Suitcase at Agile 2013 in Nashville
My Agile Suitcase at Agile 2013 in Nashville
My Agile Suitcase at Agile 2013 in Nashville
My Agile Suitcase at Agile 2013 in Nashville
My Agile Suitcase at Agile 2013 in Nashville
My Agile Suitcase at Agile 2013 in Nashville
My Agile Suitcase at Agile 2013 in Nashville
My Agile Suitcase at Agile 2013 in Nashville
My Agile Suitcase at Agile 2013 in Nashville
My Agile Suitcase at Agile 2013 in Nashville
My Agile Suitcase at Agile 2013 in Nashville
My Agile Suitcase at Agile 2013 in Nashville
My Agile Suitcase at Agile 2013 in Nashville
My Agile Suitcase at Agile 2013 in Nashville
My Agile Suitcase at Agile 2013 in Nashville
My Agile Suitcase at Agile 2013 in Nashville
My Agile Suitcase at Agile 2013 in Nashville
My Agile Suitcase at Agile 2013 in Nashville
My Agile Suitcase at Agile 2013 in Nashville
My Agile Suitcase at Agile 2013 in Nashville
My Agile Suitcase at Agile 2013 in Nashville
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My Agile Suitcase at Agile 2013 in Nashville

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Slides of session at Agile 2013 conference in Nashville. It was facilitated by Martin Heider with Pecha Kuchas of Arlo Belshee, Johanna Rothman, Michael Sahota, David Hussman & Bernd Schiffer presenting their Agile Suitcases they would bring to waterfall island.

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My Agile Suitcase at Agile 2013 in Nashville

  1. My Agile Suitcase #Agile2013 #MyAgileSuitcase Pecha Kucha Agile 2013, Nashville
  2. Agile Enthusiast, Consultant, Coach & Trainer Community Groomer Germany
  3. holiday Your
  4. one call
  5. a new project
  6. Your team http://www.flickr.com/photos/accolite/2927750264
  7. Your last project
  8. A message
  9. Ask for help
  10. Help is on the way
  11. "My suitcase is filled with the things that I really wish others would start packing for themselves." @arlobelshee
  12. „Mindset matters “ @johannarothman
  13. „The Agile Community is so beautiful and giving that I want to share what I have learned." @michael_sahota
  14. „Sharing our experiences and our perspectives is essential to growing our collective knowledge." @davidhussman
  15. „I want to practice what I preach." @berndschiffer
  16. 20 x 20 = 6´40
  17. Applause Your
  18. Feedback #Agile2013 #MyAgileSuitcase Your
  19. "My suitcase is filled with the things that I really wish others would start packing for themselves." @arlobelshee
  20. The typical agile suitcase Stories Adaptive planning Complaint-fest retrospectives Visible status Stand-ups Visible upcoming work Estimation
  21. My agile suitcase Stuff I need Stuff others need but always leave at home
  22. My agile suitcase Plan, Status, Stories, Burn-up, Stand-up Code well: Work Tiny. Prove it. Get Done. Learn and improve discipline. Work together. Win together. Make changes together.
  23. Work tiny
  24. Work tiny – spiral in reverse
  25. Work tiny – impressive results eventually Check in Ship live Validate business impact
  26. Prove it Traditional or 1 star Agile 2+ star Agile Dev’s job • deliver software Write ~8 bugs / man-day Dev’s job • Deliver software • Demonstrate software does what devs expect Tools • Mechanized refactoring • Small steps, with reverting • Test first • Automated developer testing • Design in units • Design for testability Write ~1 bug / 80 man-days
  27. No bugs!
  28. Low cost changes => Emergent Design “Hey, we could …” The simplest thing that could possibly work You aren’t gonna need it PainNo Pain
  29. Low risk changes => Learn in the market
  30. Get done April May June Product A Product B Product C Revenue: July A+B+C April May June Product A Product B Product C Revenue: July A+B+CA A+B VS
  31. Learn informally
  32. Learn constantly
  33. Improve together
  34. Be trustworthy – be predictable
  35. Be trustworthy – consider others
  36. Do the work together
  37.  Work tiny  Prove it  Get done  Learn constantly  Improve together  Be trustworthy  Win together My packing list generator
  38.  Pair or mob, 100%  Design small units  100% mechanized refactoring  Tests are specs; write them first  Finish and prove each step before starting the next  1 process change / week (minimum)  Decentralize all decisions  Involve people directly My current packing list
  39. Applause
  40. „Mindset matters “ @johannarothman
  41. My Agile Suitcase Johanna Rothman New: Hiring Geeks That Fit @johannarothman www.jrothman.com jr@jrothman.com 781-641-4046
  42. © 2013 Johanna Rothman47
  43. © 2013 Johanna Rothman48
  44. © 2013 Johanna Rothman49
  45. © 2013 Johanna Rothman50
  46. © 2013 Johanna Rothman51
  47. © 2013 Johanna Rothman52
  48. © 2013 Johanna Rothman53
  49. © 2013 Johanna Rothman54
  50. © 2013 Johanna Rothman55
  51. © 2013 Johanna Rothman56
  52. © 2013 Johanna Rothman57
  53. © 2013 Johanna Rothman58
  54. © 2013 Johanna Rothman59
  55. © 2013 Johanna Rothman60
  56. © 2013 Johanna Rothman61
  57. © 2013 Johanna Rothman62
  58. © 2013 Johanna Rothman63
  59. © 2013 Johanna Rothman64
  60. © 2013 Johanna Rothman65
  61. © 2013 Johanna Rothman66
  62. © 2013 Johanna Rothman67 Want more? Sign up for the Pragmatic Manager newsletter, www.jrothman.com/pragmaticmanager
  63. 1 Your Agile Suitcase
  64. Define your Agile Suitcase by packing your favorite 5elements on post-its Your Agile Suitcases of Pairs 1
  65. „The Agile Community is so beautiful and giving that I want to share what I have learned." @michael_sahota
  66. My Agile Suitcase @MichaelSahota michael.sahota@agilitrix.com
  67. Big Open Toolbox Scrum Lean Kanban Systems Thinking Adaptive Action
  68. Most Value from Mindset/Culture, not Practices ~20% Benefit ~3X Benefit •Ability to manage changing priorities •Improved Visibility •Increased Productivity •Improved Quality •Reduced Risk •Customer Delight •Joy at work •Engagement •Innovation, Creativity •Continuous Learning
  69. Change is Within a Scope
  70. Culture Provides Greatest Leverage
  71. Supplication
  72. Reveal Patterns
  73. Value Stream Mapping
  74. Innovation Games®
  75. Strategic Play®
  76. SupplicationLet Them Choose (Let go of Outcome)
  77. Partnership (50/50)
  78. See People As Valuable
  79. Love Myself
  80. Courage & Vulnerability
  81. Call for Help
  82. Temenos Lab Full Session - Wed. Aug 7 @10:45AM
  83. Oneness Meditation
  84. “Be the Change you want to See in the World” - Mahatma Gandhi
  85. • Photo Credits • Seamless Grungy Teal Pattern - http://www.flickr.com/photos/webtreatsetc/ • Toolbox - http://www.flickr.com/photos/arrrrt/ • Neo/Matrix Red Pill, Blue Pill, used without permission • Handshake - http://www.flickr.com/photos/62751770@N05/ • Sleeping Homeless Person - http://www.flickr.com/photos/fotografar/ • Vulnerability Statue - http://www.flickr.com/photos/johnia/ • Phone Booth - http://www.flickr.com/photos/jarodcarruthers/ • Morraine Lake - http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/User:Gorgo • World - http://www.flickr.com/photos/donkeyhotey/
  86. Applause Your
  87. Define your common Agile Suitcase by • Introducing each others suitcase • Packing new suitcase(keep family tree) Your Agile Suitcases of two Pairs 11 1+ =
  88. „Sharing our experiences and our perspectives is essential to growing our collective knowledge." @davidhussman
  89. Cutting an Agile Groove David Hussman - DevJam
  90. Empathy What’s it like on Waterfall Island?
  91. Listening “We have two ears and one mouth so we listen twice as much as we speak” - Epictetus
  92. Questioning Dude’s Law: Value = Why / How V= W HV= W H
  93. How much process is enough? Test Driven Refactoring User Stories Acceptance Tests Sprints Product Backlogs Sprint Reviews Sprint Backlog Continuous Integration Evolutionary Design BurndownBurnupVelocity Information Radiators IterationsReleases PersonasKanban Kaizen Common Workspace Cross Functional Teams Daily Scrum Retrospectives Iteration 0 Chartering Collective Ownership WIP Pivot MVP Planning Poker Story Points Technical Debt Story Maps Domain Driven Design Don’t tell me what the book says Walter, what practices do we really need man?
  94. Don’t assume you know where you’re going Getting Ready Getting Productive Staying Productive Don’t assume you know how to get there
  95. Getting Ready: Discover Product Who needs what and why?
  96. Getting Ready: Get to Know the People Who’s in the band?
  97. Getting Ready: Uncover the Eco-System Tools and technologies? Design areas? Collaboration spaces?
  98. Getting Ready: Make Remote Connections Who are “they” and what are their names? Raj Sam Sue Ivan Etta
  99. Adopt Humanely with Intent Avoid “Scrum buts” and other prescriptions
  100. Getting Productive: Learn from Delivery “Done” means more than “demod”
  101. Getting Productive: Monitor Tech Debt
  102. What is your next best investment? Getting Productive: Invest Wisely
  103. Getting Productive: Continuously Learn Don’t wait to reflect and adapt
  104. Staying Productive: Use Humor
  105. Don’t mistake crowds for collaboration Staying Productive: Less is More
  106. Staying Productive: Keep Process Lean Readiness over process (or procedure)
  107. Epistemic Arrogance: “The difference between what you know and what you think you know” Staying Productive: Avoid Arrogance
  108. Staying Productive: Frame and Reframe Building for the future Building to adapt Talking about code Talking about tests Late integration Continuous Deployment What’s required? What’s needed? How many hours? How much product? How much cost? How much opportunity? (from) Last Millennia (to) This Millennia How big? Too big? Learning to estimate Learning from estimates Completing work Validating value delivered
  109. Practice empirical skepticism Never stop questioning and learning!
  110. Cutting an Agile Groove http://devjam.com/2013/07/12/cutting-an-agile-groove-overview/ © 2013 DevJam - All rights reserved.
  111. Define your common Agile Suitcase by • Introducing each others suitcase • Packing new suitcase(keep family tree) Your Agile Suitcases of two groups of four 11 1+ =
  112. „… because I want to practice what I preached." @berndschiffer
  113. My Agile suitcase 05/08/2013 Agile Conference Nashville Bernd Schiffer
  114. http://i.imgur.com/rE0Za68.jpg
  115. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Australian_Coat_of_Arms.png
  116. One group presents their last suitcase • Others check for same in their suitcase • Count different items Your Agile Suitcases Diversity
  117. Your Agile Suitcases Gallery of „family trees“ 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
  118. Feedback #Agile2013 #MyAgileSuitcase Your Keep & Try

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