The dolt’s guide to self-organization by Jurgen Appelo @ AgileIL11 View Slides In agile software development “self-organization” is often referred to as a best practice.
View Slides Session Abstract: In all development organizations, agile or otherwise, there is still a fair amount of upfront planning getting done, some in release
The session explores reporting and diagnostics options for Agile projects. Traditional project performance reporting stress conformance to plan. Because Agile projects favor adaptability over plan conformance, the fundamental reporting objectives are inevitably different. Agile reporting stresses productivity while constantly striving to provide an honest and unobstructed view of the program and the product. Agile metrics and reports should serve as diagnostic tools – tools to support reliable decision-making. This session explores some of the different reporting and metric options on Agile projects as well as how to analyze these to better understand how a team and project are faring. This introduction to multi-level Agile metrics introduces examples of product, program, release and iteration-level metrics.
Practicing Agile at the process level yields a great performance boost to development teams. In order to be able to persist a fast going pace, it is imperative to craft the code in a way that will support Agile. Embracing change in the process level without supporting it in the code level could bring a project to a total disaster.
IT support organizations, as the name applies, are business enablers that achieve success by providing business customers the services they need, when they need it, and at a cost that is affordable to the organization. In the past 20 years, as companies grew, we have seen that many IT organizations have become a nest of complex processes, distributed environments, long delays and ever decreasing customer satisfaction. The IT service organizations have become complex to manage, over bureaucratized, expensive to operate all under the umbrella of reduced costs.
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