Why do we need Agile?
- Release out in timely fashion
- Capacity & reach the Goal
- Delivery – Listen to the voice of the customer, able to provide them with improvement the product and provide most valuable to the product. Taking to the account of customer feedback
- Transparency, ownership and accountability – Lot more Transparency and ownership across the entire executing organization, not have Roadmap generated by onew person or group then entire executing organization
- Continue improvement – Continue find way in better ways to improvement and change
- Execute & move faster – Response to feedback
- Account for the change for customer needs
- Culture change – Not only technology but at operation level including finance
- Keep building, what our customer want, more towards Delivery
- Empowered – responsibility and accountability from Team members
Empowerment – Transparency, ownership and accountability across the entire organization
Continues improvement and faster delivery by listening to the customer feedback and market change
Culture change, from leadership to Everyone responsibility by executing ‘Market on Demand’ in right time.
Agile Mindset can’t be taught in a classroom session, but a journey to obtain the real Agile mindset
- Agile is not a process – Agile is an attribute without boundaries, the way you think & build your process to implement the Agile values and principles
- Ready to Adopt: “My way” mindset to “Our ways” should be for the goal of customer delivery
- Culture change, from leadership to Everyone responsibility by executing ‘Market on Demand’ in right time.
- Considering Failure to the steps towards success
Transparency Solution development is hard. Things go wrong or do not work out as planned. Without openness, facts are obscure and decision-making is based on speculative assumptions and lack of data. No one can fix a secret. To ensure openness—trust is needed. Trust exists when the business and development can confidently rely on another to act with integrity, particularly in times of difficulty. Without trust no one can build high-performance teams and programs, nor build (or rebuild) the confidence needed to make and meet reasonable commitments. And without trust, working environments are a lot less fun and motivating. Building trust takes time. Transparency is an enabler of trust,
Manifesto : Individuals and interactions over processes and tools
Agile Principles :
- Build projects around motivated individuals. Give them the environment and support they need, and trust them to get the job done.
- The most efficient and effective method of conveying information to and within a development team is face-to-face conversation.