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Agile adoption vs Agile transformation

  1. 1. Agile SIG Wednesday 25 January
  2. 2. Agile bingo
  3. 3. LTI Agile transformation Matthew Moran Programme Director (Minerva) | LTITranslation
  4. 4. LTI Agile transformation Vision
  5. 5. LTI Agile transformation Project environment
  6. 6. LTI Agile transformation Business change
  7. 7. LTI Agile transformation More than Agile adoption ‘ … transforming an organization’s form or nature gradually to one that is able to embrace and thrive in a flexible, collaborative, self-organizing, fast changing environment. Agile transformation is being, becoming or changing character or condition to one of agility …’
  8. 8. LTI Agile transformation
  9. 9. LTI Agile transformation Agile myths Myth Agile is not a methodology
  10. 10. LTI Agile transformation Defining Agile ‘Agile is an idea supported by a set of values and beliefs. In other words, Agile defines a target culture for success’ Michael Sahota (2012)
  11. 11. LTI Agile transformation Defining Agile ‘Agile is not a process. It is a fundamental change in the way we think’ Tobias Mayer (2014)
  12. 12. LTI Agile transformation Defining Agile ‘Agile is a framework or frame of mind. A practitioner of Agile can use different methodologies within the framework to do or be Agile’ Peter Saddington (2010)
  13. 13. LTI Agile transformation Agile myths ‘Adoption is doing agile. Transformation is being agile’ Mike Cottmeyer (2011)
  14. 14. LTI Agile transformation Leffingwell,D.(2012),ScaledAgileFramework Business benefits of Agile adoption
  15. 15. LTI Agile transformation StandishGroup(2012),CHAOSManifesto Project benefits of Agile adoption
  16. 16. Agile transformation
  17. 17. LTI Agile transformation Agile lessons Breakdowns Not knowing why. What’s the performance improvement goal, what’s the KPI we want to shift? Does everyone understand?
  18. 18. LTI Agile transformation Agile lessons Breakdowns Agile requires understanding and change in behaviours and expectations from leadership (facilitative not directive)
  19. 19. LTI Agile transformation Agile lessons Breakdowns People working to their job description and not expanding into their team role
  20. 20. LTI Agile transformation Agile lessons Breakdowns Requires discipline and application from all team members (no exceptions for seniority or style)
  21. 21. LTI Agile transformation Agile lessons Breakdowns Don’t fixate on doing Agile perfectly – start small
  22. 22. LTI Agile transformation Agile lessons Breakdowns Small successes go unnoticed or create disruption in the business
  23. 23. LTI Agile transformation Agile lessons Breakdowns What works for one team does not transfer or scale to the business
  24. 24. LTI Agile transformation Agile lessons Breakthroughs Happy teams: enables trust, transparency, collaboration, shared purpose, challenge and conflict resolution in teams
  25. 25. LTI Agile transformation Agile lessons Breakthroughs Empowered self-directed teams are able to own the solution and creatively solve
  26. 26. LTI Agile transformation Agile lessons Breakthroughs Happy people through purpose, focus on quality and user, personal learning and growth, motivation and fulfilment
  27. 27. LTI Agile transformation Agile lessons Breakthroughs High degree of input from sponsor and engagement from stakeholders to define requirements
  28. 28. LTI Agile transformation Agile lessons Breakthroughs Continuous planning means more successful project delivery to scope, expectations met, no surprises, less risk
  29. 29. LTI Agile transformation Agile is a silver bullet Agile means no planning and documentation Agile does not scale Agile is cheaper Agile gives instant benefits Agile is only for software development Agile is only for star teams Agile does not fit our culture Agile requires co-location Agile means no quality Agile is just a fad Agile and waterfall don’t mix There are better ideas than Agile Agile means we have to work harder with fewer resources Agile means we make it up as we go along
  30. 30. Agile bingo
  31. 31. Support student success through timely delivery and continuous enhancement of learning Welcome changing requirements, even in late development, for students’ benefit Deliver quality learning products frequently, in weeks to months (preferably the shorter) Continuous cooperation between members of multi-functional development teams Build projects around motivated people empowered and trusted to do the job Face-to-face conversation is the best form of communication. Finished, quality learning products and experiences are the primary measure of project progress Promote sustainable and healthy working – everyone should be able to maintain a constant pace indefinitely Continuous attention to good design and teaching excellence and to enhance agility Maximise the amount of work that does not need to be done (keep it simple) The best approaches, requirements and designs emerge from self-organising teams The team regularly reflects on how to become more effective, and adjusts accordingly StudentsatisfactionTeamwork QualityProjects Agileprinciples We value • Student success over process and documentation • Collaborative teams over separate functions • Speed and flexibility over following a plan
  32. 32. LTI Agile transformation Group work session Frame some questions • How might I … • How might we …

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