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Agile a Myth?
Transcript of Agile a Myth?
≠ Silver Bullet
Why agile at all?
A complex world
GI “Vorgehensmodelle 2013” | 10. October 2013
Jane Trümner | Immobilien Scout GmbH
Agile a Myth?
Head of Agile & Project Management
> 5 years
> 200 people
Automation & CLD
individuals and interactions
deliver working software
responding to change
Good managers make (agile) teams successful.
Agile teams deliver value by strong teamwork.
more often on differet levels
just in time + just enough
including user feedback and learning
Agile change …
is all about
focus on delivering
value to the customer
is tough work
bases on freedom & responsibility
Scaling agile Transparency …
think BIG & start small
methods & engineering practices
time to develop agile mindset
Agile for the whole
Try to avoid this
Unpredictable by nature
Agile is needed to keep "control" and succeed
Planning is possible
Agile works but is not mandatory
No formal process needed
Agile is learning
The more you have to learn on the way the more you need Agile.
Agile is about making the right decisions in an unpredictable, complex environment.
cost per change
time & phases
Costs per change over time are increasing exponentially
In Agile we build software incrementally in short iterations to better understand customer needs and control cost per change.
Goals & Bounderies
Planning on different levels
help design measures that can report success collaboratively
allow teams to be able to fail without assigning blame
Management & Stakeholder
track their work to enable progress reporting
reflect true progress of continuous delivery of shippable increments
assess if value was delivered
= what really matters …