Successfully reported this slideshow.
We use your LinkedIn profile and activity data to personalize ads and to show you more relevant ads. You can change your ad preferences anytime.

Adrian Pyne - Agile project management and the challenges of assurance

1,974 views

Published on

Adrian discussed agile project management and the challenges of assurance. Adrian kicked off with a challenge to the audience that there is no such thing as agile project management, rather that agile is about a state of mind and behaviours.

Published in: Education
  • You can ask here for a help. They helped me a lot an i`m highly satisfied with quality of work done. I can promise you 100% un-plagiarized text and good experts there. Use with pleasure! ⇒ www.HelpWriting.net ⇐
       Reply 
    Are you sure you want to  Yes  No
    Your message goes here
  • If you’re struggling with your assignments like me, check out ⇒ www.WritePaper.info ⇐. My friend sent me a link to to tis site. This awesome company. After I was continuously complaining to my family and friends about the ordeals of student life. They wrote my entire research paper for me, and it turned out brilliantly. I highly recommend this service to anyone in my shoes. ⇒ www.WritePaper.info ⇐.
       Reply 
    Are you sure you want to  Yes  No
    Your message goes here

Adrian Pyne - Agile project management and the challenges of assurance

  1. 1. Creating an Agile assurance landscape for projects 26th February 2015 Adrian Pyne
  2. 2. making organisations fit for projects  Being Agile means……  Being Agile at two levels  Agile Organisational Project Management  Being an Agile landscape Content 2
  3. 3. making organisations fit for projects About Adrian...... • Organisation culture development • Coaching and mentoring • Collaboration • Professional Services build and management • Business Transformation programme delivery and rescue • Portfolio, programme and project management capability development • Enterprise PMO design/build/operate • Intelligent Client model development • Member of APM approx. 20 years • APM Audit Committee • Frequent speaker , conference chair and blogger • Cabinet Office White Paper • OGC: MSP, P3M3 & Portfolio Mngt review panels • APM – Intro to Programme Mngt & Portfolio Mngt • The Gower Handbook of Programme Management • APM Registered Project Professional and Assessor 3
  4. 4. making organisations fit for projects Applied Impact Technology 4
  5. 5. making organisations fit for projects 5 Being Agile means…..  Satisfy the customer, produce outcomes that result in benefits  Embrace changing requirements  Provide an environment for success that is sustainable  Collaborative behaviours based on Trust  Keep it simple  At regular intervals – reflect, learn and adjust Steve Messenger Chair: DSDM Consortium
  6. 6. making organisations fit for projects Being Agile at two levels 6 $95,000 per second 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 0.5% http://www.whereprojectsthrive.uk/
  7. 7. making organisations fit for projects  Organisational Agile Project Management Being Agile at two levels 7  Within projects and programmes
  8. 8. making organisations fit for projects 8 Being agile at two- levels: projects What an agile project looks like An Agile Project Manager stands back…hands off
  9. 9. making organisations fit for projects 9 Timeboxing Collaboration Engagement Purpose Being agile at two- levels: projects What an agile project looks like
  10. 10. making organisations fit for projects 10 Projects are viruses Agile Organisational Project Management
  11. 11. making organisations fit for projects 11 Agile Organisational Project Management A challenging landscape for Agile I want to run an Agile project http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4u5N00ApR_k See Youtube link:
  12. 12. making organisations fit for projects Agile Organisational Project Management Organisation Culture Vision Strategy Technology ProcessPolicies Values Organisation Rules Behaviours Symbols Relationships Perceptions Beliefs Assumptions Unwritten rules Common practice 12
  13. 13. making organisations fit for projects 13 Agile Organisational Project Management What needs to be overcome And some people simply get it wrong……  Non-agile organisation culture – Lack of flexibility – Non-release of operational resources – Lengthy decision making, e.g. change – Resistance to Matrix working – Top down governance – Lack of Trust and empowerment – Very risk averse – loathing of uncertainty  Organisational anti-bodies
  14. 14. making organisations fit for projects 14 Being an Agile landscape Eye on the PRIZE AGILE GOVERNANCE
  15. 15. making organisations fit for projects 15 Being an Agile landscape AGILE GOVERNANCE
  16. 16. making organisations fit for projects 16 Being an Agile landscape Collaboration AGILE GOVERNANCE TRUST
  17. 17. making organisations fit for projects 17 Being an Agile landscape Measure AGILE GOVERNANCE Learn Planned benefits Planned outcomes Planned capabilities Project Deliverables Actual capabilities Actual outcomes Actual benefits
  18. 18. making organisations fit for projects Agile Organisational Project Management Agile Organisation Culture – you can’t be a bit Agile Vision Strategy Technology ProcessPolicies Values Organisation Rules Behaviours Symbols Relationships Perceptions Beliefs Assumptions Unwritten rules Common practice 18
  19. 19. making organisations fit for projects 19 "Vercingetorix Throws Down His Arms at the Feet of Julius Caesar", 1899, by Lionel Noel Royer Being an Agile landscape
  20. 20. making organisations fit for projects 20 Thank you!
  21. 21. Links: http://www.apm.org.uk/blog/agile-thinking-projects-thinking-out-process-box http://www.apm.org.uk/news/transformational-change-what-do-and-yellow-brick-road I want to run an agile project parts 1 and 2: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4u5N00ApR_k http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lAf3q13uUpE Brian Wernham http://www.amazon.com/Agile-Project-Management-Government-Wernham/dp/0957223404 Whereprojectsthive http://www.whereprojectsthrive.uk/
  22. 22. Contacts Adrian Pyne E: a.pyne@btconnect.com M: 07767 822 842

×