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Agile versus ___? 
(If you only have a hammer, ...) 
Project Management and Beyond … 
Meetup #8 
Berlin, Nov 11th 2014
Agenda 
19:15 - 19:30: Nice to meet you :) 
19:30 - 19:45: Short Impulse 
19:45 - 20:00: Brainstorming 
20:00 - 21:00: (Fi...
There are many PM Frameworks, 
Methodologies and Approaches ... 
... 
PRINCE2 
PMBOK 
IPMA ICB 
SCRUM 
CCPM 
KANBAN 
… wit...
What are the differences? 
to be honest: a little bit exaggerated ;) 
AGILE 
- Short iterations 
- Build fast, welcome 
ch...
If you only have a hammer, everything looks 
like a nail ... 
Complex Complicated 
somewhat predictable 
not completely kn...
If you only have a screwdriver, everything 
looks like a screw … 
Complicated/ 
Political 
Simple/ 
Rational 
Complex 
Com...
Utilize known things 
Source: http://pm-blog.com/2014/08/24/das-ende-der-planbarkeit-beyond-project-management/ [Hagen Man...
What projects are more successful? 
average 
no project 
management 
waterfall agile 
Source: http://www.pentaeder.de/proj...
What is the Key Success Factor? 
● Smaller projects are a little bit more successful. 
● IT-Projects that deal with compli...
The TEAM is the Key Success Factor! 
average storming 
performing 
Source: http://www.pentaeder.de/projekte/2011/10/11/was...
Brainstorming: 
Place your “projects” on the Cynefin! 
Complex Complicated 
somewhat predictable 
not completely knowable ...
Anything else to discuss? 
● What do you (want to) know about ___? 
● Why do you think, ___ will (not) work for you? 
● Wh...
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Last time we got into a fun discussion around Agile and the difference to ... hmm? ... to what?

It would be far fetched to claim that there is a comprehensive and generally accepted understanding of what Agile is. But what are we comparing against? It appears that at the moment the term "traditional project management" is quite popular and its even more vague than Agile.

Let's be brave and tackle that beast. What Project Management schools of thought are out there? What are the differences? And what are the arguments for one or the other?

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Agile versus _- (if you only have a hammer, ...)

  1. 1. Agile versus ___? (If you only have a hammer, ...) Project Management and Beyond … Meetup #8 Berlin, Nov 11th 2014
  2. 2. Agenda 19:15 - 19:30: Nice to meet you :) 19:30 - 19:45: Short Impulse 19:45 - 20:00: Brainstorming 20:00 - 21:00: (Fishbowl) Discussion
  3. 3. There are many PM Frameworks, Methodologies and Approaches ... ... PRINCE2 PMBOK IPMA ICB SCRUM CCPM KANBAN … with differences but also complementing!
  4. 4. What are the differences? to be honest: a little bit exaggerated ;) AGILE - Short iterations - Build fast, welcome changes and learn - Self-organization - Stable teams - Periodical reflection - ... TRADITIONAL - Phases and milestones - Analyse, plan, build and avoide changes - Command & control - Varying group staffing - Post-mortem review - ...
  5. 5. If you only have a hammer, everything looks like a nail ... Complex Complicated somewhat predictable not completely knowable pattern management emergent practices inspect and adapt fairly predictable (not easy) knowable analysis/ reduction good practices plan and control Chaotic Simple predictable, reproducable obvious, easily knowable standard procedures best practices process optimization not predictable not knowable crisis management experiments stabilization Based on: Cynefin Model [Dave Snowden] Disorder
  6. 6. If you only have a screwdriver, everything looks like a screw … Complicated/ Political Simple/ Rational Complex Complicated/ Judgemental Chaotic HOW? uncertain WHAT? certain uncertain Based on: Stacey Matrix [Ralph Douglas Stacey]
  7. 7. Utilize known things Source: http://pm-blog.com/2014/08/24/das-ende-der-planbarkeit-beyond-project-management/ [Hagen Management] Explore new things STABILITY INSTABILITY
  8. 8. What projects are more successful? average no project management waterfall agile Source: http://www.pentaeder.de/projekte/2011/10/11/was-ist-des-agilen-pudels-kern/
  9. 9. What is the Key Success Factor? ● Smaller projects are a little bit more successful. ● IT-Projects that deal with complicated technologies are as successful as projects that deal with simple technologies. ● Powerful/ integrated project management tools have only minimal negative influence. ● The usage of communication tools have a minimal positive influence. ● Collocation versus remote work: projects with teams at one location are more successful. ● The gender mix in the project team has no influence. ● … Source: http://www.pentaeder.de/projekte/2011/10/11/was-ist-des-agilen-pudels-kern/
  10. 10. The TEAM is the Key Success Factor! average storming performing Source: http://www.pentaeder.de/projekte/2011/10/11/was-ist-des-agilen-pudels-kern/
  11. 11. Brainstorming: Place your “projects” on the Cynefin! Complex Complicated somewhat predictable not completely knowable pattern management emergent practices inspect and adapt fairly predictable (not easy) knowable analysis/ reduction good practices plan and control Chaotic Simple predictable, reproducable obvious, easily knowable standard procedures best practices process optimization not predictable not knowable crisis management experiments stabilization Based on: Cynefin Model [Dave Snowden]
  12. 12. Anything else to discuss? ● What do you (want to) know about ___? ● Why do you think, ___ will (not) work for you? ● What aspects are you missing when you think about ___? ● …? ● What do you think would be a perfect “hybrid” framework? And why?

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