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Agile in Ukraine


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More and more Ukrainian companies claim they implement Agile approaches. Someone does it for promotion, someone does it without announcements, someone invests a lot of money to move the entire organization, and someone introduces gradually in selected teams.

Implementing Agile approaches is not the Olympics and we can not say that someone takes the first place while someone the last. A "norm" doesn't exist and Agile maturity level of a company/team isn't defined. Companies are not compared or evaluated individually and only the overall condition of an industry is accessed.

This talk is about the overall picture of Ukrainian teams compared to the global community in 2010. A short summary of many interesting observations.

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Agile in Ukraine

  1. By Timofey Yevgrashyn
  2. Agile Manifesto signature dotcom crash outsourcing growth
  3. First Scrum/XP projects in Ukraine First certified (abroad) Scrum Masters
  4. 2007
  5. CSM trend
  6. 300 Ukrainian CSM from ~104 000
  7. Our survey Comparative Agility as the tool
  8. Ukrainian teams are on the “industry average”
  9. 80% 20% not distributed Distributed Agile
  10. Weakest areas for Ukrainian teams
  11. I want all of the agile brands to eventually fade away and just be how we build software Mike Cohn for
  12. There are no NEW methodology XP Scrum Kanban we only start understanding the principles and implementing them properly
  13. 70% decisions about * Agile implementation are in management layer * by VersionOne Agile Development Report
  14. Agile is already “sold”…
  15. … but not implemented
  16. $90 bln Global market of software export (by Gartner)
  17. India $34 bln China 28$ bln Russia 2,65 $ bln Ukraine > 1 $ bln We can’t win in “body shop war”
  18. Focus on delivering value
  19. Adhere to the goal
  20. Inspect & adapt
  21. Fire your teams up
  22. Credits Photos: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Thanks Mike Cohn and Kenny Rubin for Comparative Agility Assessment and support in handling this survey Mariia Ievgrashyna for awesome visuals Everybody who took part in the survey
  23. THANK YOU! Timofey Yevgrashyn Agile Coach and Trainer tim(at) @timcomua