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Copy of Agile Methodologies - High Res Version

The presentation for the Agile methodology workshop. Final copy without embedded PDF's for speed.
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Sprint Planning Meeting
meeting time (hours)
1
Product Owner
Convert the backlog into a
realistic goal for this sprint
sprint time
4
8
Backlog
Part 1
Scrum Master
Team
Testers
Part 2
Goal
Scrum Master
Team
Testers
DSDM
Lean Development
RUP
Crystal Clear
FDD
RAD
BDD
Agile Unified Process
Sprint Review
time (hours)
1
Product Owner
4
Scrum Master
Team
Customer
Users
Present
Sprint Retrospective
time (hours)
1
3
Scrum Master
Team
Testers
Present
Collaboration
XP
Scrum
TDD
1. Flexible
2. Customer satisfaction
3. Easy to monitor
4. Higher likelihood for completion
5. Lower defect density
6. More transparency
The Agile Manifesto
Discussion
Discussion
Technical Specifications
Planning
Deploy
Development
Why Agile?
1. Individuals and interactions

2. Working software

3. Customer collaboration

4. Responding to change


What does "Agile" Mean
Implementation Strategy
Sprint
Dr. Meredith Weiss
OMGT 5823 - Information Technology for Operations Managers



- Sravya Ravula



Agile Methodology -
Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe)

References
Benefits
Agile Methods
Product Owner
aka Feature Driven Design
aka Simple System Requirements
Sprint
Backlog
(Design
Document)
Testing
Deploy
Completed
Commit
Continuous Integration
Get Highest
Priority Feature
Develop
Emergency Fix
Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe)
Project Overview
1. The Agile Manifesto

2. Why Agile?

3. Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe)

4. Sprint

5. Implementation Strategy

6. Limitations of Agile

Scrum Meeting
1. Yakma, A., Jemilo, D., O'Neill, C., Shalloway, A., & Knaster, R. (2014, January 1). Scaled Agile Framework. Scaled Agile Framework. Retrieved July 2, 2014, from http://www.scaledagileframework.com/

2. 5 Benefits of Agile | EPM Live. (2014, June 2). 5 Benefits of Agile | EPM Live. Retrieved July 2, 2014, from http://epmlive.com/articles/5-benefits-of-agile/

3. Saddington, P. (2014, February 25). The Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe) – A Review. The Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe). Retrieved July 2, 2014, from http://agilescout.com/scaled-agile-framework-safe-review/

4. Mikoluk, K. (2013, September 9). Agile Vs. Waterfall: Evaluating The Pros And Cons. Udemy Blog. Retrieved July 2, 2014, from https://www.udemy.com/blog/agile-vs-waterfall/

5. O’Brien, J. A. & Marakas, G. M. (2011). Management Information Systems. New York, NY: McGraw-Hill.
Limitations
1. Active user involvement and intense collaboration are required throughout the Agile process

2. Agile method is not plan based but, person based

3. Difficulty in predicting costs

4. Involvement of larger teams makes communication more inefficient

5. Incorrect use of agile is harmful


QUESTIONS?
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