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Scrum: From the Books to the Reality :: Agile Connect Aveiro 2017

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Scrum: From the Books to the Reality :: Agile Connect Aveiro 2017

  1. 1. Scrum: From the Books to the Reality Agile Connect Aveiro April 2017
  2. 2. Pedro Gustavo Torres • Engineering Director @ • Working in Agile echosystems since 2010
  3. 3. Pedro Gustavo Torres https://pt.linkedin.com/in/pedrogustavotorres https://twitter.com/_pedro_torres https://pedrogustavotorres.wordpress.com pedro.gustavo.torres@gmail.com http://slideshare.net/pedrogustavotorres
  4. 4. Pedro Gustavo Torres
  5. 5. Pedro Gustavo Torres
  6. 6. Pedro Gustavo Torres 2014 2016 2016
  7. 7. What is Agile?
  8. 8. Agile Onion
  9. 9. Agile Manifesto
  10. 10. What is Scrum?
  11. 11. Scrum was “born” more than 20 years a go
  12. 12. Team • Product Owner • Scrum Master • Development Team Artifacts • Product Backlog • Sprint Backlog • Increment • Definition of Done (Transparency) Events • The Sprint • Sprint Planning • Daily Scrum • Sprint Review • Sprint Retrospective Scrum in a (Scrum Guide, July 2016) Framework / Empirical process (Inspection, Adaption, Transparency) Values • Commitment • Courage • Focus • Openness • Respect
  13. 13. Two brief rants
  14. 14. Scrum is a Framework
  15. 15. Scrum is not a Methodology
  16. 16. It’s Scrum and not SCRUM
  17. 17. What about Books?
  18. 18. What do these books have in common?
  19. 19. It seems so easy…
  20. 20. We are all going to be successful!
  21. 21. What about Reality?
  22. 22. Well the reality…
  23. 23. And probably not so successful
  24. 24. Companies transition to Agile
  25. 25. Usually just to be able to say: “We are Agile!”
  26. 26. So no wonder there is 94% adoption of Agile
  27. 27. And what do these entities have in common?
  28. 28. Everybody goes home thinking they can change the world
  29. 29. And what do these events have in common?
  30. 30. Tons of success cases
  31. 31. And that makes us feel
  32. 32. Guess what… It’s hard to change the world
  33. 33. And those cases are not that successful
  34. 34. “Someone” from the Scrum Alliance in 2016 • Companies around the globe struggle with the implementation of Agile • “…It takes at least 2 years to start to get comfortable with the uncomfortable…”
  35. 35. Why is so hard?
  36. 36. People are too busy to change
  37. 37. Companies measure resource utilization
  38. 38. Watch the baton not the runner
  39. 39. And some people don’t even want to change
  40. 40. Don’t take change lightly
  41. 41. What about companies that were born Agile?
  42. 42. It’s easier… but even those
  43. 43. So how can we be sucessful?
  44. 44. You need luck!
  45. 45. Also perseverance Man o’ War saying: “it's not about how you fall but how you get up” Pedro Gustavo Torres, 2014
  46. 46. And never to show fear
  47. 47. Use story points
  48. 48. Forget about time in tasks
  49. 49. Forget about time in tasks
  50. 50. Forget about complex science for velocity
  51. 51. Use #NoEstimates
  52. 52. Use Timeboxed meetings
  53. 53. Use vertical teams 1999 UEFA Champions League Final Manchester United vs Bayern Munich
  54. 54. Use vertical slices
  55. 55. Use Extreme Programming (XP)
  56. 56. Use Mob Programming
  57. 57. Use DevOps Culture
  58. 58. Use Kanban
  59. 59. Use Autonomy, Mastery, Purpose
  60. 60. Autonomy, Mastery, Purpose in action
  61. 61. Use Patterns (www.scrumplop.org)
  62. 62. Hazards ahead?
  63. 63. Agile Competence Center vs Community • Center of competence / excellence • Autonomous Units with a Community
  64. 64. Agile KPIs
  65. 65. Scrum and Consultancy?
  66. 66. Scrum and Legacy?
  67. 67. Estimating in time = false sense of security
  68. 68. Copying practices (e.g. model) aka the Cargo Cult
  69. 69. Last advice?
  70. 70. Never give up!
  71. 71. Regardless of the number of failed attempts
  72. 72. One day you will be sucessful
  73. 73. Scrum: From the Books to the Reality Agile Connect Aveiro Thank You!

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