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Prague Agile Kitchen, Business Agility

Describes, what it means for the company to be agile, in which business areas you can use agile, as well as which organizational, process and cultural changes company undergo during agile transformation.

Describes, what it means for the company to be agile, in which business areas you can use agile, as well as which organizational, process and cultural changes company undergo during agile transformation.

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  1. 1. BUSINESS AGILITY Tatsiana Trubilka, T-Mobile Alex Voronin, ScrumTrek
  2. 2. $66B $63B
  3. 3. What is Business Agility? ability of a business system to rapidly respond to change by changing its initial stable configuration.
  4. 4. Change the company Run the company
  5. 5. Adizes Corporate Lifecycle growing aging
  6. 6. Agile is about Focus on Customer and Rapidity of Change focus on customer rapidity of change
  7. 7. Agile Approaches are More Effective in All Project Categories http://www.infoq.com/articles/standish-chaos-2015 Standish Group Chaos Report (2015)
  8. 8. Usage of Agile in Europe Grows http://stateofagile.versionone.com 11th State of Agile Report – VersionOne
  9. 9.  Business agility definition  Agile approach to delivery  Create your vision  Agile organization structure  Agile frameworks  Agile leads to changes
  10. 10. AGILE APPROACH TO DELIVERY
  11. 11. Waterfall models GOAL
  12. 12. Iterative models GOAL Iterative and incremental approach
  13. 13. Fast Fashion approach  Modern trends for reasonable prices  Fast response to trends in fashion o Around 40 collections each year o Fast delivery of small amounts: 2 weeks from design to distribution o Manufacture in proximity (in Europe)  Getting people to talk about its brand and make repeat purchases instead of advertising campaigns
  14. 14.  Business agility definition  Agile approach to delivery  Create your vision  Agile organization structure  Agile frameworks  Agile leads to changes
  15. 15. CREATE YOUR VISION
  16. 16. Lean Startup Helps to Check Your Concept
  17. 17. Business Model Canvas
  18. 18. Lean Canvas
  19. 19.  Business agility definition  Agile approach to delivery  Create your vision  Agile organization structure  Agile frameworks  Agile leads to changes
  20. 20. STRUCTURE OF AGILE ORGANIZATION
  21. 21. Standard Project Team
  22. 22. Vertical communication Functional Units do not Provide Value Goal: merge the units Problems between units Grouped by specializations Political barriers
  23. 23. Agile Team is…  Stable team of 5-9 people  Cross-functional  Self-organizing o All team members are equal o Without hierarchy inside the team o Team responsibility
  24. 24. Self-organization is a Key Point  Collective decision-making o Team responsibility for the result o Does not work without trust and common goal  Common goal  Trust o Cannot be achieved without mutual responsibility  Mutual responsibility o Does not work without transparency  Transparency
  25. 25. Cross-functional Team
  26. 26. Team Needs Time to Become High- performing Efficiency Time Tuckman’s model of team evolution
  27. 27. Agile Organization Structure – Example
  28. 28. Agile Organization Structure – Example
  29. 29. Organization Structure – T-Mobile AGILE STREAM WATERFALL STREAM WHEEL TRAINSTRATEGIC TEAM TRAIN TRAIN STRATEGIC TEAM STRATEGIC TEAM Bi-modal organization Agile stream: three types of agile teams WHEEL WHEEL WHEEL WHEEL
  30. 30.  Business agility definition  Agile approach to delivery  Create your vision  Agile organization structure  Agile frameworks  Agile leads to changes
  31. 31. AGILE PROCESS FRAMEWORKS
  32. 32. Scrum is the Most Popular Agile Framework http://stateofagile.versionone.com 11th State of Agile Report – VersionOne
  33. 33. Scrum is an Iterative Incremental Agile Framework
  34. 34. Scrum Has Three Roles TEAM PRODUCT OWNER SCRUM MASTER
  35. 35. SCRUM MASTER STAKEHOLDERS TEAMPRODUCT OWNER MANAGEMENT accelerates changes coacheshelps, advises, coaches explains agile
  36. 36. Scrum Master is not a Project Manager Project Manager Scrum Master Goal: complete the project Goal: create effective team Gives tasks Coordinates and facilitates people Manages plans Manages the process Manages risks Removes impediments
  37. 37. vision, concept backlog STAKEHOLDERS CUSTOMERS TEAM PRODUCT OWNER
  38. 38. Product Owner is not a Project Manager Project Manager Product Owner Goal: complete the project Goal: create product with maximum value Manages people, schedule, risks Manages product requirements Optimizes terms, costs and budget Optimizes the delivery of business value
  39. 39. Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe)
  40. 40. Large Scale Scrum (LeSS)
  41. 41.  Business agility definition  Agile approach to delivery  Create your vision  Agile organization structure  Agile frameworks  Agile leads to changes
  42. 42. AGILE LEADS TO CHANGES
  43. 43.  Shortens Cycle Time Long time of the delivery Short cycle time
  44. 44.  Allows Incremental Investments Project budgeting Incremental budgeting  MVP  Frequent releases  Calculation and allocation of budget for the whole project
  45. 45. Prescriptive top-down decisions Flat structure and decentralizes decision making  Supports Responsibility
  46. 46. Competing departments Organization around customer value  Cross-functional teams  Focus on common goal and result  Fight for influence and image  Political games  Builds Strong Organization
  47. 47.  Optimizes the Whole Cycle Utilizing resources Focusing on value streams  Value stream optimization  Cycle time optimization  100% utilization  Capacity planning
  48. 48.  Focuses on Client Internal focus Focus on client  Customer Development  Design Thinking  Lean Startup  Cost reduction  Increase in incomes  Return on investment
  49. 49.  Supports innovations Risks minimization Constant innovations  Failure as a possibility to learn  Small experiments  Creativity is welcomed  Punishment for a failure  Fear to take risks  “Cover your ass”
  50. 50.  Business agility definition  Agile approach to delivery  Create your vision  Agile organization structure  Agile frameworks  Agile leads to changes
  51. 51. avoronin@scrumtrek.ru tatsiana.trubilka@gmail.com THANK YOU! Your questions are welcome! https://www.meetup.com/Agile-Kitchen/http://scrumtrek.ru

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