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Agile for CIOs

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Agile for CIOs

  1. 1. Agile for CIO’s (who may not get it yet) By Carl Bruiners
  2. 2. Who am I? Carl Bruiners
  3. 3. Agile - a way to deliver Its more than just changing a workflow, adopting process or practice change. It’s a set of principles that guides your journey
  4. 4. Requirements Analysis Design Code Test If Testing shows the requirement has not been met then the time has been lost Feedback loop takes time as code is deployed and devs wait for test results Only when code is written is it identified that it can’t meet the design Waterfall…
  5. 5. Requirements Analysis Code/Test Design Test Feedback loop is continuous and happens throughout each cycle Deliver incremental changes into production quicker for faster results Team collaboration up front removes Chinese whispers Collaborate Agile…
  6. 6. Agile is not a silver bullet
  7. 7. The selling point…
  8. 8. Often the reality…
  9. 9. Its all about people…
  10. 10. Aligning Culture (behaviors and beliefs)…
  11. 11. “Deciding what not to do is as important as deciding what to do" Steve Jobs, Apple
  12. 12. How to delivery using Agile Its more than just changing a workflow, adopting process or practice change. It’s a set of principles that guides your journey
  13. 13. Collaboration & Communication
  14. 14. • Collaboration with customer – deliver only what's needed • Get to see working outcomes every 1-4 weeks • Implement by feature not by task (design, code, test) • Feedback to delivery team sooner • Quality as part of process – testing is continuous • Continuous improvement built into cycle Benefits of Agile
  15. 15. Six Sigma – Duplication of identical product. Good in manufacturing. Waterfall – Planned in advance, struggles to embrace change, cannot be emergent Agile – Emergent, unique each time, constant business collaboration Six Sigma vs Waterfall vs Agile
  16. 16. The Agile umbrella
  17. 17. • Self Organizing* • Empowering • Collaborative • Active Customer Involvement • Frequent Delivery • Incremental • Time-Based* • Disciplined • Continuous Integration* • Feature Driven • Adaptive • Goal Driven • Iterative • Lean • Emergent Approach What is Agile development?
  18. 18. • Customer satisfaction by rapid, continuous delivery • Working software is the principle measure of success • Changes in requirements are anticipated and welcomed • Close, daily cooperation between business and developers • Face-to-face conversation is the best form of communication • Self-organizing teams • Regular adaptation to changing circumstances Agile principles
  19. 19. Continuous improvement
  20. 20. Case study: Travis Perkins improving environment builds Taking a 2 week process and making it 2 hours
  21. 21. 不足 Meaning: insufficient, lacking, deficiency, not enough, inadequate, not worth, cannot, should not bù zú Blame…
  22. 22. £0.00 £100,000.00 £200,000.00 £300,000.00 £400,000.00 £500,000.00 £600,000.00 £700,000.00 £800,000.00 Current Lean reduc on Automated Total cost Plus variance The savings…
  23. 23. Myths about Agile Don’t let these myths put you off from taking the Agile journey…
  24. 24. Pragmatic does not equal compromised Being pragmatic…
  25. 25. Its an engineering thing…
  26. 26. Agile is simple
  27. 27. Agile doesn’t work on large scale projects
  28. 28. Agile doesn’t lend itself well to highly regulated industries
  29. 29. One ring to rule them all…
  30. 30. Agile has little governance…
  31. 31. Common Pitfalls Things that have caused pain to other organisations…
  32. 32. Its an IT thing…
  33. 33. Lack of prioritisation
  34. 34. Command and Control
  35. 35. Survival of the fittest
  36. 36. Tidal wave
  37. 37. Mike Cohn Dave Snowden Eric Reis Roman Pilcher Ron Jefferies Kent Beck Carl Bruiners Clarke Ching Simon Cromarty Further reading Questions

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