Re: [scrumdevelopment] AgileInNonAgileOrganization
- Hey Tom,I don't have an answer, but I do have a quesiton: how'd you do the cute animation drawing thingymajig?Clarke
tsteele3rt <tsteele@...> wrote:
I am looking for feedback on an approach to working Agile (with Scrum)
in a very non-Agile organization. Rather than explain my approach in
words, I've tried to put together a picture story that can be viewed
I've used a similar approach in the past, but was thinking about it
more formally and wanted to get feedback.
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- Tom:Very cool approach. I am wondering how many more practitioners such as yourself have similar implementation stories and if you and the rest are interested in collaborating on putting together a compilation.IMO it is about time those of us working as employees inside the non agile world reveal what Scrum and Agile look like when we move ahead.Do I think you are going to be successful? Yep. Do I think your company is going to adopt Agile and Scrum? Depends. Make it look too easy, get too many people having too much fun and then have the work drop off the radar screen because there is no Panic / Crisis du jour, and you will have problems getting Executive Management recognition. HOWEVER, track the money (time, resources, and rate of product acceptance) and compare it to a visible project and then I would say everybody is going to listen.Any chance of a copy of the PPT?--
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From: "tsteele3rt" <tsteele@...>
> > I don't have an answer, but I do have a quesiton: how'd you do the
> cute animation drawing thingymajig?
> White board, digital camera, and PowerPoint.
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- Thanks for the nice comments. As a clarification, I am a software
develoment consultant being brought in to implement a solution. I have
used Agile/Scrum techniques with great success in the past with this
Despite those past successes, the client insists on pursuing very non-
Agile approaches as evidenced by their large requirements gathering
effort. The good news is that even though they start non-Agile, they
recognize our track record and insist on getting us involved.
> Any chance of a copy of the PPT?I will try to add the PPT to the files area of this group.