Agile Implementations: Good and Bad

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The implementation of agile methods can differ per organizations and teams; however patterns of agility are universal. The success of agile adoption process is not hidden in methodology itself, but it should correspond with inside company culture. That’s something which part of the agile community already forgot and most of the companies never really understood. There is no cookbook how to adopt agile methods, but indeed there are some better and easier ways how to get there. And there are some, which you should better avoid.

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Agile Implementations: Good and Bad

  1. 1. Agile Patterns Zuzana Šochová sochova.cz soch.cz/blog
  2. 2. What Does Agile Mean to You?
  3. 3. Will You Imagine an Exact Process ?
  4. 4. Fast, Dynamic, Flexible ?
  5. 5. Feel Strange ?
  6. 6. Imagine an Agile Adoption process you had experienced or may experience in the futureand think of situations you find the most challenging
  7. 7. … has an Idea…at the Beginning
  8. 8. Poor Quality
  9. 9. Not Efficient
  10. 10. Low Flexibility
  11. 11. Missing Fun
  12. 12. Poor Predictability
  13. 13. Try Something New
  14. 14. But How Shall We Start?
  15. 15. It’s a Piece of Cake
  16. 16. Starting Tomorrow We Are Agile!
  17. 17. Agile Adoption
  18. 18. Be Agile? What?
  19. 19. Group of people…
  20. 20. Developers
  21. 21. Testers
  22. 22. Analysts
  23. 23. Collaborate
  24. 24. Complains…
  25. 25. Follow the process without Understanding
  26. 26. We are so different…
  27. 27. Be Really Agile
  28. 28. Business Driven
  29. 29. Team Responsibility
  30. 30. Cooperation
  31. 31. Work Together
  32. 32. Find Your Own Way
  33. 33. Everyone hasDifferent View
  34. 34. Awareness
  35. 35. Trust
  36. 36. It’s Not So Difficult
  37. 37. Thanks to http://www.animalspedia.com http://lumieredance.wordpress.com http://acleanpeace.com http://letsgetspiritual.blogspot.com http://6-marcel-9.deviantart.com http://www.animalwallpapers.us http://www.harrykey.com/blogs http://badco.hr http://ariselifeskills.wordpress.com http://burning-liquid.deviantart.com http://realtybiznews.com http://imperfectspirituality.com http://twofootcreative.com http://internetpaul.com http://plylerdoesfood.wordpress.com http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p3xmqbNsRSk http://www.zdn.czZuzana Šochová, zuzana@sochova.czAGILE & SCRUM TRAINER, CONSULTANT AND COACHhttp://soch.cz/bloghttp://sochova.czhttp://asmat.cz

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