25/02/2020

Agile O’Day 2020

Raccontiamo come l’Agile non sia un’isola, ma parte di un arcipelago di approcci e strumenti che permettono di muoversi all’interno di ambienti complessi, aiutando le Persone coinvolte a focalizzare gli obiettivi di valore.

Friday, 6/12/2020

Laceno Vesuvio

9:00am

Laceno
9:00 AM — 20 min

Welcome

9:25am

10:05am

Vesuvio
10:05 AM — 20 min

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10:30am

11:10am

Laceno
11:10 AM — 35 min

Experiments over projects

11:45am

Laceno
11:45 AM — 15 min

Virtual Coffee Break

12:00pm

12:40pm

1:15pm

Laceno
1:15 PM — 55 min

Virtual Lunch

2:10pm

Vesuvio
2:10 PM — 35 min

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2:50pm

3:30pm

Laceno
3:30 PM — 35 min

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Vesuvio
3:30 PM — 35 min

Scalare scrum senza scrum

4:05pm

Laceno
4:05 PM — 15 min

Virtual Coffee

4:20pm

5:25pm

Laceno
5:25 PM — 25 min

Closing

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Keynote

Disciplined Agile:  Optimizing your Business Agility by Choosing your Way of Working (WoW) by Mark Lines

We like to say that agile teams own their own process by choosing their way of working, their “WoW.” This of course is easier said than done because there are several aspects to WoW.  First, our team needs to know how to choose the appropriate lifecycle for the situation that we face. Should we take a Scrum-based approach, a SAFe approach, a lean/Kanban-based approach, a continuous delivery approach, or an exploratory/lean startup approach? Second, what practices should the team adopt? How do they fit together?  When should we apply them?  Third, what artifacts should the team create? When should they be created? To what level of detail?  Finally, how do we evolve our WoW as we experiment and learn?

There are several strategies that we could choose to follow when we tailor and evolve our WoW. A common approach is to adopt a prescriptive method or framework such as Scrum or SAFe and follow it, but our team will soon find itself in “method prison” with no guidance for how to improve from there.  A second approach is to bootstrap our WoW, to figure it out on our own. This works, but it is a very slow and expensive strategy in practice.  A third strategy is to hire an agile coach, but sadly in practice the majority of coaches seem to be like professors who are only a chapter or two ahead of their students.   Or we could take a more disciplined, streamlined approach and leverage the experiences of the thousands of teams who have already struggled through the very issues that our team currently faces. This is something we call Guided Continuous Improvement (GCI), which is effectively a Kaizen loop on steroids.

In this talk, mark explains the value of the Disciplined Agile toolkit, and how to use it in practice with GCI.

Mark Lines is Vice President, Disciplined Agile, Inc. at the Project Management Institute (PMI).  He is co-creator of the Disciplined Agile toolkit with Scott W. Ambler and co-author of several books on Disciplined Agile (DA).   Mark has over 25 years of experience helping organizations around the world to be successful with project delivery using Agile, Lean, Traditional, and Hybrid approaches.  He has a record of successfully transforming entire organizations to business agility so that they can rapidly and continuously deliver value to their customers and other stakeholders.   Mark is a frequent keynote speaker at industry conferences worldwide. You can follow him on Twitter via @mark_lines


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