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Disruptive Leadership
Leadership
Lean
Cross Functional Teams
Continuous Improvement
Agility
Delighting the Customer
Inno...
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Who We Are
Scrum Inc. is the Agile leadership company of Dr. Jeff Sutherland, co-creator of Scrum.
We are based at the M...
2014ScrumInc.
Achieving the Dream
We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created
equal, that they are e...
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Most People Don’t Have a Life
• 55% of workers are unhappy in their job (Conference Board)
• 65% are looking for a new j...
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New York Times Sunday Review
Why People Hate Work
By TONY SCHWARTZ and CHRISTINE PORATH MAY 30, 2014
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Few Achieve the Dream
The best-laid schemes o' mice an' men
Gang aft agley,
An' lea'e us nought but grief an' pain,
For ...
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Twice as much sweat in half the time
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Make Work Visible
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#1 Corporate Problem - No Clear Backlog
• The #1 problem for most organizations is lack of a single, clear, ordered back...
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Learning From Leaders
General Douglas MacArthur
Duty,	
  Honor,	
  Country
The shadows are lengthening for me.
The twili...
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Plans are Worthless, Planning is Everything!
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Plans are Worthless, Planning is Everything!
Captain Edwin Atterberry Shot Down August 1967- Wikipedia
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U.S. Air Force Academy
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Cells, People, Teams, and Organizations
Change in Small Increments
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John Bailar, M.D., Ph.D.
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Systems Architecture: Massively Parallel
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Traditional Projects: 89% Failure Rate
Death March at the Bank
A Fundamentally Flawed Process
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Landing the Project
YouTube: RF-4E of the Hellenic Air Force
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Adding the Turndown Chart!
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Bootstrapping
• Helen Greiner, First Lady of Robots
• Colin Angle
• Prof. Rodney Brooks
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Prof. Muhammed Yunus
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The Importance of Architecture
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State Machine Mutations: How Things Really Work
Intervention
Visible Value
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“All complex systems evolve through a seri...
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#2 Corporate Problem - No Continuously Deployable Stable States
• The #2 problem for most organizations is lack of abili...
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Organizational Architecture: 3 Constraints
• Conway's law
• organizations which design systems ... are constrained to
pr...
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Fractal Organization: Optimal Team Size = 4.6
If there was a Nobel Prize for management, and if
there was any justice in...
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Goodbye	
  Org	
  Chart.	
  Fast	
  Company	
  Jun	
  2015
Your	
  structure	
  is	
  your	
  strategy!
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#3 Corporate Problem - Organizational Debt
• The #3 problem for most organizations is organizational debt. The
structure...
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Formalizing the Scrum Process: Takeuchi and Nonaka
The New New Product Development Game
Harvard Business Review, Jan1986...
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Characteristics of Great Teams
• Transcendent Goals
• Autonomy
• Cross-Fertilization
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Agile = Lean + Customer Collaboration
Agile competition goes beyond lean manufacturing by permitting
the customer, joint...
© 1993-2015 Jeff Sutherland & Scrum Inc.
Scrum in complex systems deliveries
• $143 billion over budget
• Delayed until 20...
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Agile Leadership
• Sales, Marketing, Finance
• Manufacturing
• Technology, Software
• Families and weddings
• Education
...
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Changing the World of Education
eduscrum.com
Higher grades
Faster learning
More fun
Leadership Development
Involves hand...
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Agile Sucess Rates 2011-2015Standish Group International, Inc.
Waterfall vs Agile 2011-2015 Data
Previously Published Da...
© 1993-2015 Jeff Sutherland & Scrum Inc.
Typical Initial Team Assessment
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© 1993-2015 Jeff Sutherland & Scrum Inc.
Team After One Sprint with Good Cocah
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© 1993-2015 Jeff Sutherland & Scrum Inc.
Team After a Few Sprints
Good results from other teams as well
• 209% (The Avenge...
© 1993-2015 Jeff Sutherland & Scrum Inc.
Schroedinger’s Buffer
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Source: Stephen Daukas, Simplicity
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Deploy Aggressive Scrum!
The	
  faster	
  you	
  go,	
  the	
  more	
  resistance	
  you	
  get!
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Scrum is a Productivity Superweapon - It is
Shockingly Efficient
Rick Horgan, Sr. Editor, Crown Business
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AgileCamp 2015: Keynote Scrum Is a Productivity Superweapon - Jeff Sutherland

Keynote Scrum Is a Productivity Superweapon - Jeff Sutherland

AgileCamp 2015: Keynote Scrum Is a Productivity Superweapon - Jeff Sutherland

  1. 1. @ Disruptive Leadership Leadership Lean Cross Functional Teams Continuous Improvement Agility Delighting the Customer Innovation Scaling Leadership EMC Ericsson Workday Cisco Salesforce Walmart Visa Macy’s Stubhub Symantec Adobe Intuit Twitter Paypal Version One Lean IT BBC Deloite Google UK Cabinet Sky News GOTO Rabobank HBS 3M Simplicity Agile Camp
  2. 2. @ Who We Are Scrum Inc. is the Agile leadership company of Dr. Jeff Sutherland, co-creator of Scrum. We are based at the MIT Cambridge Innovation Center, MA. Chief Product Owner JJ Sutherland leads operations and maintains the Scrum framework by: • Capturing and codifying evolving best practices (Scrum Guide) • Conducting original research on organizational behavior • Publishing (3 books) and productizing ScrumLab CEO Jeff Sutherland helps companies achieve the full benefits of Scrum leading our comprehensive suite of support services and leadership training: • Scaling the methodology to an ever-expanding set of industries, processes and business challenges Training (Scrum Master, Product Owner, Agile Leadership, online courses, etc.) • Consulting (linking Scrum and business strategy, customizing Scrum) • Coaching (hands-on support to Scrum teams) We run our company using Scrum as the primary management framework, making us a living laboratory on the cutting edge of “Enterprise Scrum” President Scrum@Hardware Joe Justice leads our hardware consulting practice: • Worldwide consulting at leading hardware companies • 700-800% performance improvement in hardware development • Builds 100 mpg cars in his garage with help from 500 people in 32 countries
  3. 3. 2014ScrumInc. Achieving the Dream We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights, that among these are life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. United  States  Declaration  of  Independence
  4. 4. @ Most People Don’t Have a Life • 55% of workers are unhappy in their job (Conference Board) • 65% are looking for a new job (Deloitte) • We find paid work is ranked lower than any of the other 39 activities individuals engage in, with the exception of being sick in bed. (Center for Economic Performance)
  5. 5. @ New York Times Sunday Review Why People Hate Work By TONY SCHWARTZ and CHRISTINE PORATH MAY 30, 2014
  6. 6. @ Few Achieve the Dream The best-laid schemes o' mice an' men Gang aft agley, An' lea'e us nought but grief an' pain, For promis'd joy! Robert Burns
  7. 7. @ Twice as much sweat in half the time
  8. 8. @ Make Work Visible 8
  9. 9. @ #1 Corporate Problem - No Clear Backlog • The #1 problem for most organizations is lack of a single, clear, ordered backlog or products and projects. • This leads to confusion, wheel spinning, and demotivated employees which results in missed dates, excuses, and finger pointing, • Fixing this problem can quickly double the production of an organization and double the revenue per unit of production. • From an investors point of view, increasing business value delivery of the same organization by 400% this year needs to be the CEO's top priority. • We have solution to this problem. It is called Scrum Product Ownership. • Acceptance Tests: • Every team has a clear, ordered backlog every sprint so they know exactly what they need to do and in what order. • Teams are stable. No teams are raided for people to start new projects. Backlog flows to stable teams. 9
  10. 10. @ Learning From Leaders General Douglas MacArthur Duty,  Honor,  Country The shadows are lengthening for me. The twilight is here… But I want you to know that when I cross the river, my last conscious thoughts will be of the Corps, and the Corps, and the Corps.
  11. 11. @ Plans are Worthless, Planning is Everything!
  12. 12. @ Plans are Worthless, Planning is Everything! Captain Edwin Atterberry Shot Down August 1967- Wikipedia
  13. 13. @ U.S. Air Force Academy
  14. 14. @ Cells, People, Teams, and Organizations Change in Small Increments 14 John Bailar, M.D., Ph.D.
  15. 15. @ Systems Architecture: Massively Parallel
  16. 16. @ Traditional Projects: 89% Failure Rate Death March at the Bank A Fundamentally Flawed Process
  17. 17. @ Landing the Project YouTube: RF-4E of the Hellenic Air Force
  18. 18. @ Adding the Turndown Chart!
  19. 19. @ Bootstrapping • Helen Greiner, First Lady of Robots • Colin Angle • Prof. Rodney Brooks 19 Prof. Muhammed Yunus
  20. 20. @ The Importance of Architecture
  21. 21. @ State Machine Mutations: How Things Really Work Intervention Visible Value 21 “All complex systems evolve through a series of stable states.” Herbert Simon. The Sciences of the Artificial, Third Edition. MIT Press, 1996
  22. 22. @ #2 Corporate Problem - No Continuously Deployable Stable States • The #2 problem for most organizations is lack of ability to quickly deliver product in short interations. • The most critical factor is fully integrated system build time and associated testing. If this takes months or weeks and can be reduced to days or hours, production of the organization can increase by an order of magnitude. • We have an Agile solution for this. It is called: • Continuous Integration • Automated Acceptance Test Driven Development • Continuous Deployment • Acceptance tests: • Incremental fully integrated builds can be done multiple times per day • Automated acceptance tests are run with every build • Teams have a potentially shippable increment of code at the end of a sprint (or more often)
  23. 23. @ Organizational Architecture: 3 Constraints • Conway's law • organizations which design systems ... are constrained to produce designs which are copies of the communication structures of these organizations • Brook’s Law • adding people to a late project makes it later • Drucker’s “Cuckoo Effect” • any innovation in a corporation will stimulate the corporate immune system to create antibodies that destroy it
  24. 24. @ Fractal Organization: Optimal Team Size = 4.6 If there was a Nobel Prize for management, and if there was any justice in the world, I believe that the prize would be awarded, among others, to Jeff Sutherland, Ken Schwaber and Mike Cohn for their contributions to the invention of Scrum. Steve Denning, Forbes 29 Apr 2011
  25. 25. @ Goodbye  Org  Chart.  Fast  Company  Jun  2015 Your  structure  is  your  strategy!
  26. 26. @ #3 Corporate Problem - Organizational Debt • The #3 problem for most organizations is organizational debt. The structure of the organization creates so many dependencies in the product that production is crippled. • Symptoms are missing delivery dates and unhappy customers. • We have a solution for this. It is called Scrum@Scale. • Acceptance tests: • There is an Enterprise Action Team that is removing organizational impediments on a weekly basis. • Scrum Inc. provides training, consulting, and coaching to help fix these problems.
  27. 27. @ Formalizing the Scrum Process: Takeuchi and Nonaka The New New Product Development Game Harvard Business Review, Jan1986 Type A – Isolated cycles of work Type B – Overlapping work Type C – All at once NASA Fuji Xerox Honda, Canon, 3M, … Scrum Project Management
  28. 28. @ Characteristics of Great Teams • Transcendent Goals • Autonomy • Cross-Fertilization
  29. 29. @ Agile = Lean + Customer Collaboration Agile competition goes beyond lean manufacturing by permitting the customer, jointly with the vendor or provider, to determine what the product will be. For agile competitors, the ability to individualize products comes at little or no increase in manufacturing cost. It does, however exact a cost: It requires major changes in organization, management philosophy, and operations. Leadership needs to change focus: • Eliminate waste • Understand Value Stream Analysis • Implement Single Piece Continuous Flow
  30. 30. © 1993-2015 Jeff Sutherland & Scrum Inc. Scrum in complex systems deliveries • $143 billion over budget • Delayed until 2022 (final systems integration) • Cost of Navy F-35C grew from $273 million in 2014 to $337 million by 2015 30 Cumulative program cost of $15 billion New iteration of all systems released every 6 months $43M cost1 (20% of F-35) 1. According to Jane’s Aviation Weekly, the Gripen is the world’s most cost-effective military aircraft 2. “How DOD’s $1.5 Trillion F-35 Broke the Air Force” - FiscalTimes July 2014 3. “we are presently taking the newest strategic foundation and analyzing whether 2,443 aircraft is the correct number” Marine Corps Gen. Joseph Dunford, July 2015 WATERFALL LATE 9 OUT OF 10 TIMES SCRUM BETTER PLANE EVERY 6MO
  31. 31. @ Agile Leadership • Sales, Marketing, Finance • Manufacturing • Technology, Software • Families and weddings • Education • Agriculture • Government • Space
  32. 32. @ Changing the World of Education eduscrum.com Higher grades Faster learning More fun Leadership Development Involves handicapped Motivated students Self-discipline
  33. 33. @ Agile Sucess Rates 2011-2015Standish Group International, Inc. Waterfall vs Agile 2011-2015 Data Previously Published Data 2002-2010
  34. 34. © 1993-2015 Jeff Sutherland & Scrum Inc. Typical Initial Team Assessment 34
  35. 35. © 1993-2015 Jeff Sutherland & Scrum Inc. Team After One Sprint with Good Cocah 35
  36. 36. © 1993-2015 Jeff Sutherland & Scrum Inc. Team After a Few Sprints Good results from other teams as well • 209% (The Avengers) • 275% (The Warriors) • 367% (The Chargers) 36
  37. 37. © 1993-2015 Jeff Sutherland & Scrum Inc. Schroedinger’s Buffer 37 Source: Stephen Daukas, Simplicity
  38. 38. @ Deploy Aggressive Scrum! The  faster  you  go,  the  more  resistance  you  get!
  39. 39. @ Scrum is a Productivity Superweapon - It is Shockingly Efficient Rick Horgan, Sr. Editor, Crown Business 39

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