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    Becoming Agile, in an Agile Way

    November 13, 2013, 11:00 AM EST

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    Ben Linders Senior Consultant Ben Linders Advies BenLinders@gmail.com

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    Becoming Agile, in an Agile Way

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    Learning objectives

    • how to do agile self-assessments to find out how agile and lean you are already

    • what short cycled improvements are and how you can use them for continuous improvement

    • why you should use agile retrospectives to assure getting benefits out of agile and lean

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    Who is Ben Linders?

    Quality & Defect Prevention

    Agile & Lean Coaching

    Process Improvement & Organizational Development

    CMMI / People-CMM Assessor

    veranderproject.nl Enterprise Agile Agile People & Organization WorkImprovers

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    Facts about Agile

    • Started 2001: Agile Manifesto by 17 experts • 4 values and 12 principles • Networks: Agile Alliance Scrum Alliance Agile Consortium • Version One Agile Survey of 2012:

    – Usage: 5 yr (14%) – Technique: Scrum (54%) Scrum/XP (11%) Custom (9%)

    • Data on Agile: Jones QSM Rico AgileWerkt

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    Becoming Agile and Lean

    Ask yourself: • How Agile are you? • Where do you want to become

    more Agile, and why? • What can you do next?

    Journey to Become Agile and Lean

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    Agile Mindset & Culture

    • Being Agile over Doing Agile • Understand while Doing • Stop Starting

    Start Finishing • Why over How • Feedback • Learn

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    How Agile are you?

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    Lean: Eliminate Waste & Build Quality In

    • Building the Wrong product • Useless Documentation • Defects & Rework • Task Switching

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    Process Inputs and outputs Influencing factors Measurement

    Defects Inserted (documentation,

    code)

    Defects Detected (Inspection, test)

    (Un)happy customers

    Design Process Competence, skills Tools, environment

    Test Process Competence, skills

    Test Capacity Tools, environment

    Resident Defects in Delivered Product

    Resident Defects in Design Base

    Detection Rate

    Defect Density

    Fault Slip Through

    Defect Level

    Defect Classification

    Measure Product Quality Quality with Agile Teams

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    Combining Strengths

    Agile • Teamworking • Interaction with Stakeholders • Process adaption &

    improvement (Retrospectives) • Backlog Grooming • Work In Progress (Kanban) • Development View

    Lean • Collaboration • Focus on Delivery Chain • Decisions: Value-stream mapping

    & Last Responsible Moment • Reducing Waste • Pull • Business View

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    Benefits of Lean

    • Understanding Customer Needs • Effective Collaboration • Faster Delivery • Lower Cost • Motivated Employees

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    Assessing yourself

    • Readiness • Agile / Scrum Practices • Culture & Mindset • Agile Fluency • Roadmaps for Adoption • Maturity

    Agile Self-Assessment

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    Tools and Checklists for agile self assessment The following tools and checklists are know to me. They can help you to do a kind of startup check or readiness /

    maturity assessment to determine how agile or lean you are: • The Unofficial Scrum Checklist from Henrik Kniberg • Team 5X5 Self-Assessment from the Scaled Agile Framework • 42 point test: How Agile are You by Kelly Waters • Questions for Transitioning to Agile from Johanna Rothman • Agile Self Evaluation (free assessment checklist/report) by Thoughtworks • Scrum Checklist by Boris Gloger • Corporate Agile 10-point checklist by Elena Yatzeck • Joe’s Unofficial Scrum Checklist by Joe Little • Lean-Agile Roadmap by NetObjectives • A ScrumButt Test aka the Nokia Test by Jeff Sutherland • A ScrumButt Test by Mayflower • How to Measure Team Agility by Len Lagestee • Agile Maturity Self Assessment by Robbie Mac Iver • Enterprise Agile Practice Assessment Tool (paid services) by DrAgile • Agile Readiness Questionnaire by PM Gadget • Readiness & Fit Analysis from the Software Engineering Institute by Suzanne Miller • Seven Questions to Ask to Determine if Your Organization is Agile Ready from PMI Austin • Your Path through Agile Fluency by Diana Larsen and James Shore • The InfoQ Minibook Scrum Hard Facts: Roles. Artifacts. All meetings provides a Scrum checklist • The InfoQ minibook An Agile Adoption and Transformation Survival Guide includes a checklist for change agents • Implementing Lean Software Development (Poppendieck)

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    Requirements for Process

    • Clear and understandable • Easy accessible • Help professionals in daily work • Enable creativity and value focus • Support rich forms of communication, • Enable decisions at lowest possible level • Provide feedback on performance • Reward the right behavior

    Uncovering Better Ways to do Process Improvement

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    Agile Processes

    Central Processes: • Bare Minimum • High level/overview • Process Owners • Stable • Coordinate / Decide

    Team, Definition of Done: • Only what is needed • Can be detailed • Owned by the team • Improved continuously

    (retrospectives) • Used in daily work

    Agile assumes trained & empowered professionals

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    Resistance to Agile?

    • Talk with them • Listen what they have to say • Take them seriously • Ask why and how

    Resistance = Information!

    Dealing with Resistance

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    Agile Process Strategy • Product Owner = Discipline Owner

    • User Stories, e.g.: – Increase process awareness – Align processes – Remove unused processes

    • Incremental improvement: Demo &Retrospective

    Scrum Process Improvement

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    Agile Process Improvement

    Expected benefits: • Collaboration PI team and

    stakeholders • Deployment (over defining) processes • Adopt to changes • Incrementaly, ROI • Learn to work Agile

    Process Improvement: The Agile Way

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    Golden Rules for P