Disciplined Agile Mind-set is born out of systems thinking approach to Agile implementation. It is essential in today's environment where multiple lean-agile methods and frameworks are used which can be extended to form a hybrid approach to agile delivery tailored to the organization's requirements.  A team with disciplined agile mind-set will discover ways of continuous improvement while employing the strategies from Scrum, XP, Kanban, Lean software development, etc.  A disciplined agile mind-set will help to focus on end-to-end delivery and combine best practices which fit together harmoniously.

 
 

Outline/Structure of the Talk

  • Introduction to Disciplined Agile Mind-set
  • Disciplined Agile Values
  • Disciplined Agile Principles
  • Adopting Disciplined Agile Mind-set
  • Pitfalls to Avoid
  • Continuous Improvement

Learning Outcome

Understanding of benefits of adopting Disciplined Agile Mind-set, key considerations and good practices from Agile world of Scrum, XP, Kanban and others, and continuous improvement.

Target Audience

Scrum Masters, Product Owners, Kanban SDMs, team members with some experience in Agile, Agile Coaches

schedule Submitted 4 years ago

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      Todd Little - 7 Sins of Scaling and other Agile Antipatterns

      Todd Little
      Todd Little
      Chairman
      Kanban University
      schedule 4 years ago
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      45 Mins
      Talk
      Beginner

       This is about agile “anti-patterns”: “something that looks like a good idea, but which backfires badly when applied” (Coplien). Todd has been around agile development from before it was called agile.  In that time, he’s seen teams fall into the trap of many of these anti-patterns, becoming stuck without ever realizing it. Frequently, this is due to a dogmatic understanding of what is right and wrong about scaling and agile development. The first step to getting unstuck is to be able to detect these “sins.” The presentation aims to expose teams to these common pitfalls and then also provide a vision for a virtuous path to take them to the Promised Land.