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Modern Enterprise Agility Pattern - Saikat Das

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Modern Enterprise Agility Pattern - Saikat Das

  1. 1. AGILE GURUGRAM 2017 @ Agile Network India , All Rights Reserved. www.agilenetworkindia.com SAIKAT DAS MODERN ENTERPRISE AGILITY PATTERNS SA, SASM, KMP, CSP, CSD, CSM, DAD-practitioner
  2. 2. @ Agile Network India , All Rights Reserved. www.agilenetworkindia.com Team Based Agility
  3. 3. @ Agile Network India , All Rights Reserved. www.agilenetworkindia.com Agility By Scaling Teams
  4. 4. @ Agile Network India , All Rights Reserved. www.agilenetworkindia.com Why Agility Patterns • Agile adoption into a large organization, hit a number of common problems. Patterns helps solving common problems • Organizational inertia, • Frozen middle management, • command and control thinking • non-agile org structures • One –size fit all ………….. • Experts involved in Enterprise Agility for some time recognize common set of patterns and tries solving them. • Gives Executives ability to see the variety not just only one homogenous organization structure • IT collectively can provide the highest value to their stakeholders and markets.
  5. 5. @ Agile Network India , All Rights Reserved. www.agilenetworkindia.com Why Agility Patterns contd.. • Using a pattern from a validated template library helps to calibrate it to your needs, context, and culture rather than inventing everything from scratch. • Have diversity and stability at the same time resulting in operational excellence AND innovation • Flexibility to adapt to changes from business partners and market dynamics. • Challenge the current fad of "installing" single, over-arching methods and instead do on-going recalibration of appropriate work methods and tools.
  6. 6. @ Agile Network India , All Rights Reserved. www.agilenetworkindia.com High Level - Agility Patterns • Extracted from everyday practice in applying agile in complex, large-scale enterprises • Can be applied individually, depending on organizational needs and objectives • Preferably combined for optimal value and true agility in the enterprise context. BY DAVE HERPEN 2014 ScalingFuture Proofing Broader Collabor ation E2E View
  7. 7. @ Agile Network India , All Rights Reserved. www.agilenetworkindia.com Agility Patterns #1 – Fit for Future • Alignment of the individual agile teams with the overall business strategy and portfolio. • Decentralized decision making to product owner level, like in Scrum, empowers teams to respond quickly to changing market needs. • Long-term strategic themes and related programs which need to be brought into line with the several team backlogs. Bottom Up BY DAVE HERPEN 2014 & DON’T PANIC IT SOLUTIONS
  8. 8. @ Agile Network India , All Rights Reserved. www.agilenetworkindia.com SAFe Approch – Bottom Up (Teams) ART PI – 1 (Quarterly) PO RTE 2 days 2 Weeks2 Weeks 2 Weeks SM SCRUM Team PI Planning Sprint 1 Sprint 2 Automation Sprint 3
  9. 9. @ Agile Network India , All Rights Reserved. www.agilenetworkindia.com Agility Patterns #2 – Fit for Enterprise • Organizations of substantial size work on shared program objectives. • This level of complexity and scale puts more and more pressure on monitoring dependencies, sharing architectural guidelines and harmonizing delivery cadence • Organization decides on Scaling Agile with SAFe, DAD, Spotify, or simply Scrum of Scrums. • Irrespective of the solution an organizational and cultural fit is key for true agility at scale. Top Down BY DAVE HERPEN 2014 & DON’T PANIC IT SOLUTIONS
  10. 10. @ Agile Network India , All Rights Reserved. www.agilenetworkindia.com SAFe Approch – Top Down (PortFolio/ Value Stream) Product Council RTE FORUM Architect Guild DevOPs Tribe
  11. 11. @ Agile Network India , All Rights Reserved. www.agilenetworkindia.com Agility Patterns #3 – Fit for Life Cycle • The lifecycle scope of Agile considered with XP Practices, DevOps cultures and Continuous Delivery practices. • From Concept (business, IT innovation) until the moment they are maintained in production (operations, support), agility integrated in current practices. • Work upward and downward in the Lifecycle with Business/ System Horizontals & Vertical for Agility • Making agile truly work for enterprise implies translating its principles and instruments to the other domains involved in the IT delivery chain. Middle Out Delivery Lead Business Lead BY DAVE HERPEN 2014 & DON’T PANIC IT SOLUTIONS
  12. 12. @ Agile Network India , All Rights Reserved. www.agilenetworkindia.com SAFe Approach – Agile Release Train
  13. 13. @ Agile Network India , All Rights Reserved. www.agilenetworkindia.com SAFe Approach – PI View/ Multiple ART
  14. 14. @ Agile Network India , All Rights Reserved. www.agilenetworkindia.com SAFe Approach – Big Picture/ Whole System
  15. 15. @ Agile Network India , All Rights Reserved. www.agilenetworkindia.com Agility Patterns #4 – Fit for Integration • Most modern Large enterprise builds and runs their IT with external parties. • Integrating these individual components to sustainable business value is also key for the modern enterprise Agility • Models like SIAM (Service Integration And Management) provides guidelines to organize for integration. • External agreements (fixed contracts, SLAs) with Agile behavior and processes –using Agile Service Management/ Contracts, Using Lean Agile Metrics. BY DAVE HERPEN 2014 | DON’T PANIC SOLUTIONS
  16. 16. @ Agile Network India , All Rights Reserved. www.agilenetworkindia.com Growth Patterns A library of pattern families based on how agility grows within the organisation FROM DON’T PANIC IT SOLUTIONS
  17. 17. @ Agile Network India , All Rights Reserved. www.agilenetworkindia.com Growth Patterns Agile No Recommended But Succeed CONTEXUALLY Mostly Fails Build Anti- patterns Undivided Focus Strong Preparation Drive by People Great Discipline Difficult to Manage Very Process Centric (DOING) FROM DON’T PANIC IT SOLUTIONS
  18. 18. @ Agile Network India , All Rights Reserved. www.agilenetworkindia.com One Practice at a Time & Metastasis Agile Agile Agile Agile Agile Agile Agile FROM DON’T PANIC IT SOLUTIONS
  19. 19. @ Agile Network India , All Rights Reserved. www.agilenetworkindia.com Layer Cake and Ham Burger Agile FROM DON’T PANIC IT SOLUTIONS Agile
  20. 20. @ Agile Network India , All Rights Reserved. www.agilenetworkindia.com Layered Cake FROM DON’T PANIC IT SOLUTIONS
  21. 21. @ Agile Network India , All Rights Reserved. www.agilenetworkindia.com Ham Burger FROM DON’T PANIC IT SOLUTIONS
  22. 22. @ Agile Network India , All Rights Reserved. www.agilenetworkindia.com Alignment > Growth > Execution FROM DON’T PANIC IT SOLUTIONS Bottom Up Metastasis SAFe? Bottom Up Metastasis Scrum SAFe with Better Alignment
  23. 23. @ Agile Network India , All Rights Reserved. www.agilenetworkindia.com Things to Consider to Begin Agility Journey FROM DON’T PANIC IT SOLUTIONS • Stand back and take a minute to see your company as the rich, vibrant ecosystem that it is. • Middle managers have a new role, acting at the intersection of vertical and horizontal information flows, and a very different way of working, spending most of their time working on the organization not in it • Use both leading (Throughput, Lead Time, Batch-size, Quality etc.) and lagging indicators (Culturescape, Agility & Happiness Quotient) as metrics to track your Organization progress. • Move toward Adaptive Program Delivery and away from Traditional Program Delivery.
  24. 24. Linkedin - https://in.linkedin.com/in/saikatdas16 Twitter - @dsaikats

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