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Waterfall to Agile
     Demo
            Embrace Change

                Naresh Jain
           naresh@agilefaqs.com



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Agenda


Introduction to the activity
Waterfall phase
Retrospective
Build-Your-Process phase
Retrospective
Conclusion



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Objective


Highlight some of the problems with existing process
Understand the evolution and rationale behind lightweight...
Waterfall to Agile Demo
Waterfall to Agile Demo
Waterfall to Agile Demo
Waterfall to Agile Demo
Waterfall to Agile Demo
Waterfall to Agile Demo
Waterfall to Agile Demo
Waterfall to Agile Demo
Waterfall to Agile Demo
Waterfall to Agile Demo
Waterfall to Agile Demo
Waterfall to Agile Demo
Waterfall to Agile Demo
Waterfall to Agile Demo
Waterfall to Agile Demo
Waterfall to Agile Demo
Waterfall to Agile Demo
Waterfall to Agile Demo
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The objectives of this workshop are the following:
Use two 45 min activities to simulate the software development cycle. One will make use of a Waterfall approach, while the other will make use of an Agile approach to help participants experience the different outcomes of each methodology.
Introduce Agile as an adaptive, intuitive learning experience while cautioning participants that it is not a silver bullet. (People OVER Process.)
Demonstrate and emphasize the importance of communication and feedback on software projects. (Collaboration OVER Throw-It-Over-The-Wall.)
Assign participants to different roles that exist within a development team to help them look at software development from different perspectives and gain better understanding of and respect for team work.

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Waterfall to Agile Demo

  1. 1. Waterfall to Agile Demo Embrace Change Naresh Jain naresh@agilefaqs.com Licensed Under Creative Commons by Naresh Jain 1
  2. 2. Agenda Introduction to the activity Waterfall phase Retrospective Build-Your-Process phase Retrospective Conclusion Licensed Under Creative Commons by Naresh Jain 2
  3. 3. Objective Highlight some of the problems with existing process Understand the evolution and rationale behind lightweight methods [Agile] Highlight some of the core Agile values Set up the stage to introduce Agile Licensed Under Creative Commons by Naresh Jain 3
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The objectives of this workshop are the following: Use two 45 min activities to simulate the software development cycle. One will make use of a Waterfall approach, while the other will make use of an Agile approach to help participants experience the different outcomes of each methodology. Introduce Agile as an adaptive, intuitive learning experience while cautioning participants that it is not a silver bullet. (People OVER Process.) Demonstrate and emphasize the importance of communication and feedback on software projects. (Collaboration OVER Throw-It-Over-The-Wall.) Assign participants to different roles that exist within a development team to help them look at software development from different perspectives and gain better understanding of and respect for team work.

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