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1 Agile Project Management What it is and what it isn’t

2 Janelle Abaoag Project Insight Marketing, Public Relations Janelle.Abaoag@projectinsight.com www.projectinsight.net Moderator

3 Things to know… All participants will be on mute Questions are welcome  Please use the questions box to ask questions  The moderator will select questions  All questions will be answered today or by email at info@projectinsight.netinfo@projectinsight.net Webinar recording available in the PI Community

4 Glenn Meinecke Consultant PMP, CSM www.coreperformanceconcepts.net Presenter PMP ® and CAPM ® are registered trademarks of the Project Management Institute

5 Diane C. Altwies, MBA, PMP CEO, Core Performance Concepts Inc. Training in project management, PMP® and CAPM® certification, leadership, business analysis, agile and six sigma daltwies@cpconcepts.net www.coreperformanceconcepts.net Presenter PMP ® and CAPM ® are registered trademarks of the Project Management Institute

6 Janice Y. Preston, MBA, CPA, PMP COO, Core Performance Concepts Inc. Training in project management, PMP® and CAPM® certification, leadership, business analysis, agile and six sigma jypreston@cpconcepts.net www.coreperformanceconcepts.net Presenter PMP ® and CAPM ® are registered trademarks of the Project Management Institute

7 Who Is on the Call? Are you:  A Project Manager without your PMP certification?  A PMP in the role of a Project Manager?  A program manager?  Just looking for ways to use Project Insight more effectively?

8 Goals of the Advanced Series Expand your knowledge of more complex tools and techniques Build leadership skills to manage people more effectively Identify practical ways to begin using advanced techniques Explore other methodologies or techniques that enhance project management competency

9 Objectives of This Webinar Understand what agile is and where it came from Compare PMBOK® project phases with the waterfall method and the Agile release Understand the Agile Lifecycle Link PMBOK® Guide Processes to Agile development

10 Section 1: Agile Overview What is agile? Agile history Agile Manifesto Values Agile Manifesto Principles

11 Agile software development - is a group of software development methodologies based on iterative and incremental development, where requirements and solutions evolve through collaboration between self- organizing, cross-functional teams. Wikipedia® Agile Project - is a temporary endeavor undertaken to create a unique product, service or result, using agile values, principles and techniques derived from the Agile Manifesto. Definition

12 1950’s - Incremental software development methods are starting to be used. 1974 - E.A. Edmonds writes a paper on adaptive software development. 1990’s - Heavyweight Vs. Lightweight development methods. 2001 - The Agile Manifesto was published. Agile History

13 The Agile Manifesto - Values Working software over comprehensive documentation Responding to change over following a plan Customer collaboration over contract negotiation Individuals and interactions over processes and tools www.agilemanifesto.org

14 Satisfy the customer through early and continuous delivery of valuable software. Welcome changing requirements, even late in development. Deliver Working software frequently. Business people and developers must work together daily throughout the project. Build projects around motivated individuals. The most efficient and effective method of conveying information to and within a development team is face-to-face conversation. Working software is the primary measure of progress. Agile processes promote sustainable development. Continuous attention to technical excellence and good design enhances agility. Simplicity--the art of maximizing the amount of work not done is essential. The best architectures, requirements, and designs emerge from self-organizing teams. At regular intervals, the team reflects on how to become more effective, then tunes and adjusts its behavior accordingly. The Agile Manifesto – 12 Principles www.agilemanifesto.org

15 Section 2: Agile vs. PMBOK® Guide Project Phases Agile Life cycle The Agile Project The Agile Release The Agile Iteration The Agile Daily work

16 Project Phases Initial Intermediate Final AnalysisDesignCodeTestDeploy Release Planning Iteration Release Retrospective  ------ PMBOK ® Project Phases -----   ------ Waterfall Project Phases -----   ------------ Agile Release ------------ 

17 The Agile Project Lifecycle (Fractal) Product Planning Release Retrospective Release Planning Iteration Retrospective  ------------- Agile Project--------------   ------------- Agile Release ------------  Iteration Planning Daily Work Retrospective/ Demo Stand-up Meeting Task Integration Progress Updates  ------------- Agile Iteration ----------   ------------- Agile Daily Work --------- 

18 The Agile Project Product Planning Release Retrospective  ------------- Agile Project--------------  Initia l Intermediate Final  ------ PMBOK ® Project Phases -----  Vision Create Product Road Map Create Product Backlog Release Planning Software Release Project Closeout

19 The Agile Project (Outputs) Vision of the Product Road map with Release time frames. Product Backlog (Prioritized and Estimated). Other Possible Outputs: High Level Design Functioning software for each release Lessons learned Determine which Agile method to use.

20 The Agile Release  ------------- 3 to 6 Months-------------  Release Planning Release Plan: Iteration length, Velocity, User Stories Iteration Execution Update the Release Plan Release Retrospective Release Planning Iteration Retrospective  ------------- Agile Release ------------ 

21 The Agile Iteration  ------------- 2 to 6 Weeks-------------  Iteration Planning Detailed Task list Iteration Execution Demo Iteration Retrospective Iteration Planning Daily Work Retrospective  ------------- Agile Iteration ----------  Story1 : Design, Build, Test Story2 : Design, Build, Test Story3 : Design, Build, Test

22 The Agile Daily Work Stand up meeting: Status, Identify potential issues Task Execution: Story Design, Build, Test, Task completion Update Burn down chart Demo Stand-up Meeting Task Integration Retrospective/ Demo  ------------- Agile Daily Work --------- 

23 The Agile Daily Work WBS

24 Difference Between Agile & Waterfall AgileWaterfall Team Motivation (Value Driven)Team Motivation(Plan Driven) Fixed - Resources and Time Boxes Fixed – Requirements. Leadership – Serve the team and remove obstacles Leadership – Manage the team and Risks Process Improvement – Constant through retrospectives Process Improvement - Lessons Learned

25 Project Management Processes InitiatingPlanning ExecutingClosing Controlling

26 Agile Management Processes Product Backlog & Release Planning Iteration Planning/ Iteration Review IterationRelease Iteration Backlog & Burndown Iteration Backlog & Burndown Iteration Backlog & Burndown Iteration Backlog & Burndown

27 The End WAHOO!

28 Reference Page www.SlingerConsulting.com Blog.Chadelbrect.com Process.osellus.com www.ambysoft.com Agile Software Development Second Edition. The Cooperative Game, Alistar Cockburn Agile Estimating and Planning, Mike Cohen User Stories Applied For Agile Software Development, Mike Cohen

29 Goals of the Advanced Series Expand your knowledge of more complex tools and techniques Build leadership skills to manage people more effectively Identify practical ways to begin using advanced techniques Explore other methodologies or techniques that enhance project management competency

30 Books for Credentials  Achieve PMP ® Exam Success  Achieve CAPM ® Success  Program Management Professional (PgMP ® ) Study Guide To order: www.jrosspub.comwww.jrosspub.com

31 Online Course for 24 PDUs Effective Project Management is now available online! You are invited to learn and earn 24 PDUs with 8 online sessions at your own schedule and pace.  Brush up on your knowledge of the fundamentals  Find tips and techniques to help you gain control of projects  Learn about more complex topics in project management  Discover concepts, tools and ways to better manage projects

32 The 4th Wednesday of Every Month - 8:00am PT Topics  Jan – Managing Stakeholder Expectations  Feb – Agile Project Management : What It Is and Isn’t (NEW!)  Mar – Creating Use Cases  April – Validating Requirements  May – Collaborating within the Politics (NEW!)  June – Asking the 4 Questions Many Leaders Overlook (NEW!)  July – Creating Test Plans  Aug – The Art of Negotiating (NEW!)  Sept – More Agile News (NEW!)  Oct – Meeting Effectiveness (NEW!)  Nov – Managing Business Networking (NEW!)  Dec – no webinar; enjoy the holidays! 2012 Advanced Webinar Series

33 Register Ahead of Time Go to www.projectinsight.netwww.projectinsight.net 2 ways to register: Free Project Management Training Training & Webinar Calendar

34 Earn PDUs You will automatically receive your PDUs via email after the webinar For further questions: Janelle.Abaoag@projectinsight.comJanelle.Abaoag@projectinsight.com Earn 1 PDU for each webinar session attended To register your PDUs go to www.pmi.orgwww.pmi.org Login as a member of PMI Select Category B – Continuing Education Knowledge Areas: Integration, Scope, Time, Risk Process Groups: Planning, Executing, Monitoring & Control Enter the information provided on your proof of attendance Click continue


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