Debunking Four Myths Of Agile Development

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Debunking Four Mythsof Agile DevelopmentDavid Rizzo, Director Product Development20151

Why is Agility Needed inthe Mainframe World Today?2

Why is Agility Needed inthe Mainframe World Today?3

Four Myths About Agile DevelopmentThere is only one wayto do Agile developmentAgile development meansfaster developmentOnly the IT organizationis impactedOrganizational procedures andstructures don’t have to change4

THERE IS ONLY ONE WAYTO DO AGILE DEVELOPMENT5

Agile: Methodology, Framework or ?When we wrote the agile manifesto, we knew it was not a methodology,and not a framework, either. It was and is a value center, a way oflooking at situations and thinking about how to proceed Scrum, on the other hand, is a framework Not a methodology, becauseit doesn’t even have enough in it to qualify as a methodology.-Alistair Cockburn (via blog post) Agile values:– Individuals and interactions over processes and tools– Working software over comprehensive documentation– Customer collaboration over contract negotiation– Responding to change over following a plan Don’t confuse “Agile” with its implementation6

Agile for Software Engineering7

Methodology Comparison8

Scrum TeamCross-functional RepresentationThe Scrum team is critical to Agile’s success. It must be comprised of the rightmembers from all disciplines that are needed to release the software product.9

Agile Change at CompuwareTraining Formal Change Managementtraining for key positions – Scrum Master– Scrum: enhancements – Two day, self-pacedScrum teams– Size: 7 2Agile team– Led by Scrum MasterAgile frameworks– Kanban: maintenanceAgile certification– Product Owner Organization– Team members Dedicated Scrum room Master Scrum Master– Pseudo Agile coach10

AGILE DEVELOPMENTMEANS FASTER DEVELOPMENT11

MVP – Minimum Viable Product Set of minimum capabilities that a user would accept Demonstrates future benefit to retain early adopters Provides Agile team maximum amount of feedback12

Efficient Task Execution Realize value sooner Reduce context switching Decrease total elapsed timeSource: Multitasking Gets You There oblems13

Agile Testing Integrated into designand development Automated testing– At each build, sprint andmilestone– Unit, integrationand system testing Applications designed for testing– Component architecture(Lego architecture)– Testing each component14

Agile Feeds DevOpsDevOps is a culture of communication, collaboration, integration, automationand measurement of cooperation between software Development and Operations.15

Fail Fast, Succeed Faster Fail safe vs. safe to fail Small failures, recover quickly Learn from failures and never repeat them Align with 99.999 mainframe reliability– Requires CI (Continuous Integration)– Fail in development and test,not production!16

ONLY THE I.T. ORGANIZATIONIS IMPACTED17

Business Agility is the Goal!18

Business Needs Are Met With AgilitySource: The Agile Advantage, CMG Partners – Sixth Annual CMO Agenda19

It’s More Than Just Engineering20

ORGANIZATIONALPROCEDURES ANDSTRUCTURES DON’TNEED TO CHANGE21

Agile Requires Executive SponsorshipSeriously, Agile requires changes in culture, processes and tools.It cannot succeed without executive management support.22

Embrace Change Agility, flexibility and ability to embrace(constant) change Continuous stakeholder feedback Transparency and collaboration Break down into granular initiatives Automation of manual steps Common instead of customized Fail fast – learn and adaptChange is difficult, but essential! People embrace change differently.Implement change training, not just Agile development training.23

Culture Change at Compuware24

Myths DebunkedAgile is a softwaredevelopment methodology25

Myths DebunkedAgile is a softwaredevelopment methodologyAgile is a philosophy, selectthe right methodology26

Myths DebunkedAgile is a softwaredevelopment methodologyAgile is a philosophy, selectthe right methodologyAgile development meansfaster development27

Myths DebunkedAgile is a softwaredevelopment methodologyAgile is a philosophy, selectthe right methodologyAgile development meansfaster developmentAgile development is aboutefficiency rather than speed28

Myths DebunkedAgile is a softwaredevelopment methodologyAgile is a philosophy, selectthe right methodologyAgile development meansfaster developmentAgile development is aboutefficiency rather than speedOnly the IT organizationis impacted29

Myths DebunkedAgile is a softwaredevelopment methodologyAgile is a philosophy, selectthe right methodologyAgile development meansfaster developmentAgile development is aboutefficiency rather than speedOnly the IT organizationis impactedAgile success requires agilitythroughout the business30

Myths DebunkedAgile is a softwaredevelopment methodologyAgile is a philosophy, selectthe right methodologyAgile development meansfaster developmentAgile development is aboutefficiency rather than speedOnly the IT organizationis impactedAgile success requires agilitythroughout the businessOrganizational proceduresand structures don’thave to change31

Myths DebunkedAgile is a softwaredevelopment methodologyAgile is a philosophy, selectthe right methodologyAgile development meansfaster developmentAgile development is aboutefficiency rather than speedOnly the IT organizationis impactedAgile success requires agilitythroughout the businessOrganizational proceduresand structures don’thave to changeAgile requires a change inculture, tools and processes32

Final Thoughts: Keys to Success Agile Software Developmentis Engineering’s contributionto Business Agility Focus on creating alignmentwith the rest of the business Quality is the responsibility ofthe team: win or lose as a team Collaborate and be transparentthroughout the entire business,not just within IT33

QUESTIONS34

2015 Compuware Corporation. All rights reserved.35

Training Formal Change Management training for key positions Agile certification -Product Owner -Scrum Master Agile team -Led by Scrum Master -Two day, self-paced Agile frameworks -Kanban: maintenance -Scrum: enhancements Scrum teams -Size: 7 2 -Team members Dedicated Scrum room Master Scrum Master

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