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Intro to Agile and Scrum

Intro to Agile and Scrum

Slidedeck that I use with my classes to introduce Agile and Scrum.

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J. Scott Christianson

February 03, 2022
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  1. AGILE PROJECT
    MANAGEMENT
    Flexible, Fast, and Responsive

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  2. WATERFALL
    Idea
    Analysis
    Design
    Development
    Test
    Deployment

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  3. THE AGILE MANIFESTO
    www.agilemanifesto.org

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  4. The Agile Manifesto
    Process and tools
    Individuals and
    interactions
    OVER
    Comprehensive
    documentation
    Working software OVER
    Contract negotiation
    Customer
    collaboration OVER
    Following a plan
    Responding to
    change OVER

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  5. There are many different Agile Methods, but
    they all share some similar features.
    Incremental, iterative development cycles
    to complete less-predictable projects.

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  6. AGILE ADVANTAGES

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  7. Active collaboration between the project team and
    customer representatives.

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  8. Continuous verification and validation of product.
    Frequent demonstration of progress

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  9. Can release early. Start Adding Value Faster!

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  10. Early Detection of Defects

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  11. Great for software and exploratory projects in which
    requirements need to be discovered and new technology tested.

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  12. AGILE CHALLENGES

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  13. Does not satisfy top management’s need for budget, scope,
    and schedule control.

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  14. Its principles of self-organization and close collaboration can be
    incompatible with corporate cultures.

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  15. Works best on small projects that require limited number
    of dedicated team members

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  16. It requires active customer involvement and cooperation.

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  17. PREDICTIVE VS. AGILE
    Predictive Agile
    Design up front Continuous design
    Fixed scope Flexible
    Deliverables Features/requirements
    Freeze design as early as possible Freeze design as late as possible
    Low uncertainty High uncertainty
    Avoid change Embrace change
    Low customer interaction High customer interaction
    Conventional project teams Self-organized project teams

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  18. AGILE METHODS

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  19. Adapted from https://www.neonrain.com/agile-scrum-web-development/

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  28. SCRUM FRAMEWORK
    Continuous verification and validation of product.
    Frequent demonstration of progress
    SCRUM FRAMEWORK

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  29. Adapted from https://www.neonrain.com/agile-scrum-web-development/

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  31. Adapted from https://www.neonrain.com/agile-scrum-web-development/

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  32. The Agile Manifesto
    Process and tools
    Individuals and
    interactions
    OVER
    Comprehensive
    documentation
    Working software OVER
    Contract negotiation
    Customer
    collaboration OVER
    Following a plan
    Responding to
    change OVER

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  33. • _______________ _______________
    _______________ top management’s
    _______________ _____ budget, scope, and
    schedule _______________.
    • Its principles of self-organization and close
    collaboration _____ _____ _______________
    ____ corporate _______________.
    • Works _______________ ____ __________
    _______________ that require _______________
    number of dedicated _______________
    _______________
    • It _______________ active _______________
    _______________ and cooperation.
    CHALLENGES
    • Active _______________ _______________ the
    _______________ _______________ _____
    _______________ representatives.
    • Continuous _______________ and
    _______________ of product.
    • Frequent demonstration of _______________
    • Can _______________ _______________. Start
    Adding Value Faster!
    • Early Detection of _______________
    • Great for _______________ and _______________
    projects in which requirements need to be
    discovered and new technology _______________.
    ADVANTAGES

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  34. PREDICTIVE VS. AGILE
    _______________ _____________
    Design up front ___________ _______
    __________ __________ Flexible
    Deliverables Features/requirements
    Freeze design as early as possible Freeze design as late as possible
    Low uncertainty High uncertainty
    __________ _____________ ________ ___________
    Low customer interaction High customer interaction
    Conventional project teams ____-__________ project teams

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  35. Adapted from https://www.neonrain.com/agile-scrum-web-development/

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