How to Fail at Agile

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The challenge of Agile software development lies not in perfection, but in learning from failure.

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  • How to Fail at Agile

    1. 1. How to Fail at Agile (by really trying) Steve HolyerPresented at One-Schweiz / Internet Briefing Agile Web DevelopmentMay 9, 2012
    2. 2. Scrumis not going tosolve yourproblems ...
    3. 3. ... it’s just going to make them inyour face obvious.
    4. 4. Every day. thehackerchickblog.com
    5. 5. Pierre Spring drew this ...
    6. 6. §
    7. 7. §
    8. 8. Pierre Spring drew this ...
    9. 9. Agile is writing software ...
    10. 10. in teams that regularly reflect on howto become more effective ...
    11. 11. trusting that team ...
    12. 12. to adjust its behavior accordingly.
    13. 13. Eliminate waste throughcontinuous improvement
    14. 14. amplify learning ... Photo credit: some rights reserved by Sebastian Bergmann
    15. 15. ... and practice respect forpeople.
    16. 16. First rule of holes, when you’re in one ...
    17. 17. ... stop digging!
    18. 18. Eliminate waste throughcontinuous improvement
    19. 19. Predictable Performance is Driven by Feedback Mary Poppendiek
    20. 20. A predictable organization doesnot guess about the future andcall it a plan...... it develops the capacity torapidly respond to the future asit unfolds. Mary Poppendiek
    21. 21. The only way to work out of blameorientation is to choose not toblame.
    22. 22. Instead, demonstrate problem-solving, and gradually rebuild trustwith those with whom you workdirectly. Esther Derby
    23. 23. §
    24. 24. Failure is actually a good thing inlearning systems......this is one of the ways mostinformation is generated. Donald G. Reinerstsen, LeanSSC 2010
    25. 25. §
    26. 26. Celebrate learning, not success or failure. Jurgen Appelo
    27. 27. Making your problems in yourface obvious.
    28. 28. Every day.
    29. 29. Lean Agile Tea Community of Practice First Wednesday of every month https://leanagiletea.wordpress.comSteve HolyerAgile Web DevelopmentSteve.Holyer@liip.ch@zurcherart@liip

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