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Unlearn your CSM :: Agile Portugal 2017

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Unlearn your CSM :: Agile Portugal 2017

  1. 1. Unlearn your CSM Agile Portugal June 2017
  2. 2. Pedro Gustavo Torres Engineering Director @ Working in Agile ecosystems 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. Countdown to retirement
  8. 8. Two brief rants
  9. 9. Scrum is a Framework
  10. 10. Scrum is not a Methodology
  11. 11. It’s Scrum and not SCRUM
  12. 12. Now the BIG rant… Unlearn your CSM
  13. 13. Certified ScrumMaster® (CSM)
  14. 14. Two days course
  15. 15. Everything seems so easy and simple
  16. 16. Straight forward exercises
  17. 17. Hard questions answered with Good For You (Urban Dictionary: GFY) Do you really want to work with those customers / managers / stakeholders? ...
  18. 18. Final exam to be done at home
  19. 19. Certified Scrum Master of the Universe
  20. 20. Updated LinkedIn profile He-Man, CSM Scrum Master cv cv cv
  21. 21. CSM is like the Driver’s license Without experience... it’s useless
  22. 22. Then you go back to your workplace Deadlines
  23. 23. Then you go back to your workplace Dependencies
  24. 24. Then you go back to your workplace Carry overs E N D of S P R I N T
  25. 25. Then you go back to your workplace How to do release planning?
  26. 26. Then you go back to your workplace How to do release planning?
  27. 27. Then you go back to your workplace People are too busy to listen to you
  28. 28. Then you go back to your workplace Some people just don’t care
  29. 29. Then you go back to your workplace Transition is hard
  30. 30. Then you go back to your workplace Middle management is usually the opposing force MIDDLE MANAGERS
  31. 31. Then you go back to your workplace Companies around the globe struggle with the implementation of Agile “…It takes at least 2 years to start to get comfortable with the uncomfortable…” “Someone” from the Scrum Alliance in 2016
  32. 32. Then you go back to your workplace Usually just to be able to say: “We are Agile!”
  33. 33. Then you go back to your workplace Jeff Sutherland's Getting to DONE!! by Jeff Sutherland at DC Scrum User Group on 5/21/2015
  34. 34. Then you go back to your workplace Jeff Sutherland's Getting to DONE!! by Jeff Sutherland at DC Scrum User Group on 5/21/2015 "There is a lot of bad agile out there" - 7:10
  35. 35. Then you go back to your workplace Jeff Sutherland's Getting to DONE!! by Jeff Sutherland at DC Scrum User Group on 5/21/2015 "There is a lot of bad agile out there" - 7:10 "If the management team has done waterfall for 20+ years it is a major shift... or they go back to university or agile will never work in the company" - 39:40
  36. 36. Then you go back to your workplace 94% adoption of Agile in 2016
  37. 37. Then you go back to your workplace A company to make a successful transition can't just change the IT department... it must change everywhere in order to be Agile
  38. 38. Then you go back to your workplace Companies that have very formal project management processes (e.g. approval gates, benefits calculation, tons of effort upfront) aren't compatible with Scrum
  39. 39. Then you go back to your workplace Fixed Scope, Time and Resources projects (usually consultancy) aren't compatible with Scrum… in fact they aren’t compatible with anything
  40. 40. Then you go back to your workplace Overly concerned about metrics... and the wrong ones... is your team doing points... or software? Are you measuring the real output of your teams? And what about the outcome?
  41. 41. Then you go back to your workplace Asking for estimates for developments with and without (writing) tests
  42. 42. Then you go back to your workplace No time to clean tech debt... because it was the developers that introduced the bugs in the first place
  43. 43. Then you go back to your workplace The tech debt to be paid after the next release... and never is
  44. 44. Then you go back to your workplace The implementation of Scrum that isn't improved anymore... because it's done and it’s working
  45. 45. Then you go back to your workplace The mature teams that we don't have so all the things that we want to experiment... will not work because we only have immature teams
  46. 46. And on top of everything Jurgen Appelo: “I’ve Had Enough”
  47. 47. And on top of everything Jurgen Appelo: “I’ve Had Enough”
  48. 48. And on top of everything Jeff Sutherland’s book title
  49. 49. And on top of everything Mike Cohn talking about estimating tasks with hours
  50. 50. And on top of everything Mike… have you ever heard of ScrumPLoP? And Yesterday’s Weather?
  51. 51. And on top of everything Events with lots of companies’ success cases
  52. 52. And on top of everything Did you ever aspired to become a CST?
  53. 53. And on top of everything The Spotify model that not even Spotify follows
  54. 54. So at the end of the day There aren't Scrum engineers... but Software engineers Scrum Software
  55. 55. So at the end of the day Scrum is not the goal... delivering software is
  56. 56. So at the end of the day Maybe you should do XSKL (XP, Scrum, Kanban, Lean) XP Scrum Kanban Lean XSKL Your Reality
  57. 57. Let’s go back to the beginning Agile is a mindset with the purpose of "uncovering better ways of developing software"
  58. 58. Let’s go back to the beginning Since the beginning of Agile Portugal (in 2010) we are discussing the same issues over and over again... Where is the continuous improvement? What have we learned since then?
  59. 59. Since the beginning of Agile Portugal (in 2010) we are discussing the same issues over and over again... Where is the continuous improvement? What have we learned since then? Let’s go back to the beginning
  60. 60. Let’s go back to the beginning Agile is not about making money, self promotion or certifications It's about: PEOPLE CHANGE IMPROVEMENT HAPPINESS CULTURE EMPOWERMENT PURPOSE AUTONOMY FEELING SAFE TO FAIL HEARING AND BEING HEARD RESPECTING YOUR PEERS BELIEVING THAT WE ALL GIVE OUR BEST AT WORK RESPECTING YOUR STAKEHOLDERS TRUST
  61. 61. Let’s go back to the beginning We have a lot to learn with machines... Just go back to 1981 and take a look at the Robustness principle (or Postel's law)
  62. 62. Thank You!

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