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1 ©2013 Responding to Change Zach Nies – Chief Technologist

2 ©2013 Zach es Chief Technologist Rally Software Faculty University of Colorado at Boulder

3 ©2013 The biggest risk you face is changing

4 ©2013 Responing to market shifts

5 ©2013 An example…

6 ©2013 Local consumer data company

7 ©2013 We have 80% market share

8 ©2013 We need a mobile app

9 ©2013 Mobile app specification begins

10 ©2013 Startup competitor ships 1.0

11 ©2013 Startup competitor ships 1.1

12 ©2013 App defined

13 ©2013 Startup competitor ships 1.2

14 ©2013 Mobile app ships

15 ©2013 We forever lost half our market share in one year

16 ©2013 Gut wrenching

17 ©2013 What’s going on here?

18 ©2013 Time needed to change market expectations

19 ©2013 Some examples…

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22 ©2013 About 20 years

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39 ©2013 Huge market shifts can happen in a few years

40 ©2013 Are you Agile enough to balance

41 ©2013 operating the business and responding to change?

42 ©2013 Lean Thinking Agile Execution

43 ©2013 Balance exploration and execution

44 ©2013 Typical approach

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47 ©2013 Assumes: Certainty is high Goal: Maximize individual efficiency

48 © years later

49 ©2013 Status Quo Budgets Comprehensive Analysis Detailed Plans Waterfall Execution

50 ©2013 Works when: Certainty is high

51 ©2013 Leads to

52 ©2013 Little flexibility

53 ©2013 Unmanageable demand

54 ©2013 Poor visibility

55 ©2013 Seems like every project is late

56 ©2013 Trust issues

57 ©2013 Poor quality

58 ©2013 Constant interruptions

59 ©2013 Little improvement

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61 ©2013 Need an approach that

62 ©2013 Assumes: Uncertainty exists Goal: Maximize value delivery

63 ©2013 Make the shift to Agile

64 ©2013 Adaptive Steering Disciplined Exploration Empirical Learning Agile Execution

65 ©2013 How can Rally help?

66 ©2013 Implement a scaled Agile process to connect strategy and execution. Provide an Agile Lifecycle Management platform to act as “single source of truth” for all artifacts. Be an enterprise Agile partner to guide you through this transformation, creating an Agile business. The Whole Agile Solution

67 ©2013 Responsive to change

68 ©2013 Investment Categories Initiatives Features Story Hierarchies Tasks Align strategy and execution

69 ©2013 Balance supply and demand

70 ©2013 Portfolio View Clearly communicate the status of your portfolio

71 ©2013 Gain visibility

72 ©2013 Program View Map team level execution to strategic initiatives and see progress in real-time

73 ©2013 Steer projects

74 ©2013 Release View See release progress and respond in real-time

75 ©2013 Build trust

76 ©2013 Team View

77 ©2013 Improve quality

78 ©2013 Delivery Team View

79 ©2013 Keep work flowing

80 ©2013 Product Owner View

81 ©2013 Benchmarked improvement

82 ©2013 Paper with research findings so far: Software Development Performance Index (SDPI)

83 ©2013 Complete Solution for Your Agile Business Begin Your Transformation Expand Collaboration Run Development Steer Strategy

84 ©2013 Talk to us about how we can help you.


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