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Agile Planning - Scaling Agile Development

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Agile Planning - Scaling Agile Development

  1. 1. As software architecture catches up to other engineering architecture, it will be a wild ride for us for some time.
  2. 2. % Apps get to market late Source: CA / Coleman Parkes Research 2012
  3. 3. % Apps go to market missing functionality Source: CA / Coleman Parkes Research 2012
  4. 4. Number of releases expected to be delivered/managed per year Average 4.6 6.4 average months to release 28% <3 months Source: CA / Coleman Parkes Research 2012
  5. 5. Agile Requirements How Did We Get Here? Enterprise Agile
  6. 6. Manage Demand and Define Requirements Minimal Planning Minimum Viable Product Minimal Risk Most Value Continuous cadence of value delivery Highest Value Features
  7. 7. Impediments http://tinyurl.com/STLVS2013
  8. 8. The Problem A B C http://tinyurl.com/STLVS2013
  9. 9. The Problem A Stakeholders B C http://tinyurl.com/STLVS2013 D E F
  10. 10. The Portfolio Backlog A http://tinyurl.com/STLVS2013 B C D E F
  11. 11. The Portfolio Backlog A http://tinyurl.com/STLVS2013 B C D E F
  12. 12. Kanban Columns A http://tinyurl.com/STLVS2013 B C D E F
  13. 13. Work Item Tags A http://tinyurl.com/STLVS2013 B C D E F
  14. 14. N-Levels A http://tinyurl.com/STLVS2013 B C D E F

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