Agile Maturity What Value Gets The Company If Measuring It

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My talk at Agile Tour Riga 2012 conference.

Agile maturity is quite new and disputable subject. The reason can be that we saw good and bad things with Capability Maturity Model (CMM). Can we do differently in Agile? Can (do we need to) create Agile maturity model that helps our companies to pick best Agile methods and practices depending on their context? Can it bring value to people doing the work rather than just be one more “marketing tool” for managers and sales?

I will base my presentation on my personal experience with Agile projects and companies I have been working with. I will show how “knowing where you are” helped us to set “where we want to go” – choose right Agile improvements and practices. Last but not least, I will use basketball league metaphor to make sure it is fun and you are not bored! So if you want to hear real life examples and tips how to go from kids basketball league (follow the book) to NBA (optimize whole organization), join the presentation.

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Agile Maturity What Value Gets The Company If Measuring It

  1. 1. Agile maturity – what value gets the company if measuring it?VISIT OUR BLOG: adform.com Vaidas AdomauskasTWITTER: adforminsider 2012-11-22
  2. 2. Vaidas Adomauskas www.agile.lt, #agilelietuva Blog: http://scrum.agile.lt www.facebook.com/agilelietuva Twitter: @adomauskas www.slideshare.net/agilelietuva www.slideshare.net/vaidasa www.agileturas.lt, #agileturas www.linkedin.com/in/vaidas www.agilediena.lt, #agilediena
  3. 3. Agenda (what to take away from the presentation) Why measure? Agile (or basketball) maturity Summary
  4. 4. Why measure?
  5. 5. Who is using Agile?
  6. 6. It’s all Basketball!
  7. 7. Why measure your agility? 1 pros 1 cons Time to discuss: 00 01 00 0 59 15 26 37 48 1 2 3 4 Hours Minutes Seconds
  8. 8. Agile (or basketball) maturity
  9. 9. Scrum Director Roles (3) Team 1 Team 2 Team 3 Team 4 Team 5 Team 6 Process (4 meetings) Product Product Product Product Product Product Owner Owner Owner Owner Owner Owner Scrum Scrum Scrum Scrum Scrum Scrum Artifacts (4 +metrics) Master Master Master Master Master Master Team Team Team Team Team Team
  10. 10. Agile in outsourced project
  11. 11. Oursourced Srum Project (Sri Lanka)http://scrum.blogas.lt/agile-projektas-su-fiksuota-apimtimi-kaina-ir-pabaigos-data-869.html
  12. 12. Fixed (almost) everythinghttp://scrum.blogas.lt/agile-projektas-su-fiksuota-apimtimi-kaina-ir-pabaigos-data-869.html
  13. 13. Preperationhttp://scrum.blogas.lt/agile-projektas-su-fiksuota-apimtimi-kaina-ir-pabaigos-data-869.html
  14. 14. Project progresshttp://scrum.blogas.lt/agile-projektas-su-fiksuota-apimtimi-kaina-ir-pabaigos-data-869.html
  15. 15. Finish and resultshttp://scrum.blogas.lt/agile-projektas-su-fiksuota-apimtimi-kaina-ir-pabaigos-data-869.html
  16. 16. Agile works in projects? In outsourced ones? Outsourcing exec urges: ‘Stop outsourcing your software development’ ‘Unless you absolutely have to. And unless you do it with Agile. More specifically, Scrum.’http://www.zdnet.com/outsourcing-exec-urges-stop-outsourcing-your-software-development-7000004315/?s_cid=e539
  17. 17. School league – follow the book
  18. 18. Scrum + XP
  19. 19. Agile in Lithuania
  20. 20. Agile Tour Vilnius 2010, 2011, 2012http://www.agileturas.lt
  21. 21. Agile and Scrum user group (Vilnius and Kaunas)http://scrum.blogas.lt/tema/renginiai/naudotoju-grupe
  22. 22. Lithuanian Agile Day 2011, 2012http://www.agilediena.lt
  23. 23. Agile experience sharing
  24. 24. IT league – try technical practices
  25. 25. Scrum + XP
  26. 26. Agile in Adform and in Lithuania
  27. 27. Deliver Frequently (any day)Gediminas Guoba – Continuous Deliveryhttp://agileturas.lt/vilnius#Gediminas_Guoba
  28. 28. Measure Business MetricsMantas Klasavičius - Metrics Driven Development (Adform case study)http://agileturas.lt/vilnius#Mantas_Klasavicius
  29. 29. We share our experiencesSoftware Development Open Space - Shipping software every hourhttp://agileturas.lt/vilnius#Open_spacehttp://fb.agileturas.lt/
  30. 30. Agile experience sharing
  31. 31. We Actually Build StuffNOVEMBER 30, 2012; VILNIUS, LITHUANIA http://weactuallybuildstuff.com/
  32. 32. National league – practice technical practices
  33. 33. Kanban + XP (+ Scrum)
  34. 34. Self-organized motivation
  35. 35. Self-organized improvements
  36. 36. Self-organized visualization
  37. 37. http://www.adform.com/site/blog/adform/adform-fedex-day-revisited/
  38. 38. http://www.adform.com/site/blog/adform/adform-fedex-day-revisited/
  39. 39. http://www.adform.com/site/blog/adform/adform-fedex-day-revisited/
  40. 40. Euroleague – enable continuous improvement
  41. 41. Are we done (Agile)?
  42. 42. Lean (?) Management 3.0 (?) Beyond budgeting (?) …
  43. 43. NBA – optimize whole organization
  44. 44. It’s all Basketball!
  45. 45. First Agilematurity model?
  46. 46. Continuous Improvement Framework (CIF)by Ken Shwaberhttp://www.scrumdayeurope.com/website/scrumday.nsf/1.%20Ken%20Schwaber%20Scrum%20Day%20Europe%202012.pdf
  47. 47. Continuous Improvement Framework (CIF)by Ken Shwaberhttp://www.scrumdayeurope.com/website/scrumday.nsf/1.%20Ken%20Schwaber%20Scrum%20Day%20Europe%202012.pdf
  48. 48. Continuous Improvement Framework (CIF)by Ken Shwaberhttp://www.scrumdayeurope.com/website/scrumday.nsf/1.%20Ken%20Schwaber%20Scrum%20Day%20Europe%202012.pdf
  49. 49. Summary
  50. 50. Why measure Agile maturity?
  51. 51.  School league – follow the book IT league – try technical practices National league – practice technical practices Euroleague – enable continuous improvement NBA – optimize whole organization
  52. 52. Who has used Agile inpersonal life project?
  53. 53. Two personal projects(Scrum + Kanban)
  54. 54. Most happy day of my life!
  55. 55. Thank you v.adomauskas@gmail.com 00370 600 38860 Blog: http://scrum.agile.lt Twitter: @adomauskas www.slideshare.net/vaidasa www.linkedin.com/in/vaidas

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