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  • Michael O'Reilly
    Michael O'Reilly
    schedule 3 years ago
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    45 mins
    Demonstration
    Intermediate

    Test Requirement Driven Development(TREDD) places a renewed emphasis on quality and accountability, and provides the insight to allow your product development and management teams to make the necessary changes in order to produce outstanding quality products on schedule, in a cost-efficient and highly collaborative manner.

    What separates TREDD from other development methodologies like TDD (test driven development), ATDD (acceptance test drive development), or BDD (behavior driven development), is the status of the test requirement when the product development lifecycle concludes.

    Test Requirement status is the breakthrough element that allows test requirement to provide an objective measurement to the quality of the product development team, so that adjustments can be made for subsequent product development iterations that will ensure quality improves, as well as increase the effectiveness of the product development team.

    Come and learn how your TREDD will catalyze your SCRUM team toward greater capabilities, quality, accountability, and satisfaction!

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    Large agile transformation applying Kotter's change leadership strategy

    Kalyanasis Banerjee
    Kalyanasis Banerjee
    schedule 3 years ago
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    45 mins
    Experience Report
    Beginner

    Link: http://wikireedia.net/wikireedia/index.php?title=Kotters_8_steps_for_implementing_strategy

    Kotter's change leadership framework was established almost 2 decades back. This paper highlights how the same steps helped a structured, waterfall company to start adopting agility to improve time to market. 

    That there is a need for a change was understood when we started. We formed a team that created the sense of urgency.

    We established a common vision ... a simple & easily understandable one.

    We created a framework which can help people understand what does agility means. The framework was created keeping the existing constraints & process (CMMi-5) in mind.

    We worked with an existing team to pilot, proved it works, made a case study and then showcased it to other teams to give an example. This answered the FAQ … does it work for me ? This helped other teams to overcome the fear of uncertainty.

    This created the bottom-up curiosity acres the organisation, in almost every team. They all had a different question now … how can I apply this ? This started the actual transformation.