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Modern Agile - Keynote at Agile2016

Joshua Kerievsky's 2016 keynote speech at Agile2016. Speech abstract follows...
Over the past decade, innovative companies, software industry thought leaders and lean/agile pioneers have discovered simpler, sturdier, and more streamlined ways to be agile. While there is timeless wisdom in agile, today's practitioners would do well to bypass outmoded agile practices in favor of modern approaches.

Modern agile methods are defined by four guiding principles

• Make people awesome
• Make safety a prerequisite
• Experience & learn rapidly
• Deliver value continuously

World famous organizations like Google, Amazon, Air BnB, Etsy and others are living proof of the powers of these four principles. However, you don't need to be a name brand company to leverage modern agile wisdom.

In this talk, Josh will explain what he means by modern agility, share real-world modern agile stories, show how modern agile addresses key risks while targeting results over rituals, and reveal how the 2001 agile manifesto can be updated to reflect modern agile's four guiding principles.

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Modern Agile - Keynote at Agile2016

  1. 1. Joshua Kerievsky CEO, Industrial Logic @JoshuaKerievsky #ModernAgile
  2. 2. Scaling
  3. 3. Scalification
  4. 4. Enterprise Scalability Framework
  5. 5. Make Agile Great Again!
  6. 6. Teleportation
  7. 7. Lemon Tartification
  8. 8. Three-Armed Sweaterification
  9. 9. Make People Awesome Make Safety A Prerequisite Experiment & Learn Rapidly Deliver Value Continuously
  10. 10. Founder & CEO Pioneering consultancy that radically improves software development for organizations worldwide
  11. 11. 1999… Extreme Programming 2000… Agile Coaching 2004 Book 2004 Enterprise Agile 2006… Agile eLearning 2013… Anzeneering
  12. 12. SprintCare Senior Living
  13. 13. 😀😎 😍🙂
  14. 14. 🤔 😕 😔😒
  15. 15. 😮 🤕 🙄 😳
  16. 16. 😁 😬 ☹ 😨
  17. 17. 😡 😱 😥 😤
  18. 18. “Velocity is Killing Agility!” Jim Highsmith “I may have invented points. If I did, I’m sorry now.” Ron Jeffries
  19. 19. “Let’s Get Out of 
 the Deliverables Business!” -Jeff Gothelf, Lean UX
  20. 20. Definition of Done? Product Owner ACCEPTED... ...
  21. 21. Definition of Agile? • marked by ready ability to sprint, estimate with storypoints and 
 conduct standup 
  22. 22. “The future is already here – it's just not very evenly distributed.” William Gibson Author, Neuromancer
  23. 23. z
  24. 24. Respect for People Continuous Improvement Production System
  25. 25. Respect for People Continuous Improvement
  26. 26. Agility Requires Balance
  27. 27. We are uncovering better ways of getting awesome results. MODERN AGILE
  28. 28. “Invent a faster train.” — Head of Japanese railway system, 1955
  29. 29. 1964: Tōkaidō Shinkansen Jack Welch Wow!! By Roger Wollstadt -, CC BY-SA 2.0,
  30. 30. Managers …Users Buyers Coworkers SalespersonsEvaluators
  31. 31. Love Metrics Delivered customer benefit? Customers actively using it? Customers telling others about it?
  32. 32. If you have a culture of fear none of your fancy practices or processes will help you.
  33. 33. Safety is a Prerequisite
  34. 34. I hate Apple Music!
  35. 35. What’s present on high performance teams? 2 Year Study 200+ Team Interviews 180+ Active Teams
  36. 36.
  37. 37. “I’m so much more conscious of how I model listening, whether I interrupt, or how I encourage everyone to speak.” —Sagnik Nandy, chief of Google Analytics Engineering Adapted from Smarter Faster Better by Charles Duhigg
  38. 38. Be Caring, Curious & Nonjudgmental Avoid Dominating or Interrupting Review/Repeat People’s Points Encourage Everyone
 to Contribute Listen to One Another Psychologically Safe Meetings Adapted from Smarter Faster Better by Charles Duhigg
  39. 39. Tailboarding
  40. 40. “The problem is we don’t know what the problem is.” — Paul MacCready
  41. 41. 1st Human Powered Flight Gossamer Condor
  42. 42. “Rigorously Extract Value From Failure.” — HBR article
  43. 43. Tests running on 36 machines at IMVU Doing The Impossible 50 Times A Day
  44. 44. Make It Safe To Deploy
  45. 45. MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT SUN “Hi Kelly, I’ve checked in all of my code.”
  46. 46. MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT SUN “I’ll tell our other 69 developers to check 
 in by Wednesday.”
  47. 47. MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT SUN “…so, not everyone checked in. Please 
 finish by tomorrow!”
  48. 48. MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT SUN “Thanks everyone! All code was checked in!”
  49. 49. MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT SUN “Hi Ramon, could you please do a build?”
  50. 50. MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT SUN “I’ll have it done 
 right away Kelly!”
  51. 51. MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT SUN “Um, the build broke!”
  52. 52. MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT SUN [Developers Work All Weekend]
  53. 53. MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT SUN “There are a LOT of
 bugs in this build!” OMFG!
  54. 54. MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT SUN [Developers attempt
 to fix all the bugs…]
  55. 55. QA Quality Engineering Sprints Continuous Flow Continuous DeploymentManual Builds Stas Zvinyatskovsky
  56. 56. Case Studies
  57. 57. Massimo Bottura Photo by Paolo Terzi Osteria Francescana
  58. 58. Photo by Paolo Terzi Camouflage Photo by Paolo Terzi
  59. 59. Photo by Paolo Terzi Five Ages of Parmigiano ReggianoPhoto by Paolo Terzi
  60. 60. Takahiko Kondo
  61. 61. How I Fired Myself
  62. 62. "This, is a monumental f**k up. You're gonna cost us millions in revenue."
  63. 63. “Never place a worker only one defense away from failure.” — Todd Conklin
  64. 64. How I Fired Myself
  65. 65. SITE OUTAGE
  66. 66. ”People are not afraid of failure, they’re afraid of blame.” SETH GODIN
  67. 67. Recognizing People
  68. 68. “We’re working on much bigger failures right now." Jeff Bezos CEO, Amazon
  69. 69. Fastest company to reach $100 billion in annual sales.
  70. 70. Hit $10 billion in annual sales faster than
  71. 71. Jeff Bezos CEO, Amazon “They share a distinctive organizational culture that cares deeply about and acts with conviction on a small number of principles.” 2016 Letter to Shareholders
  72. 72. Taking professional pride in operational excellence Eagerness to invent & pioneer, willingness to fail Customer obsession rather than competitor obsession Patience to think long-term
  73. 73. Agile Manifesto
  74. 74. Customer Collaboration over contract negotiation
  75. 75. Working Software over 
 comprehensive documentation
  76. 76. Responding to Change over 
 following a plan
  77. 77. Individuals & Interactions over processes and tools
  78. 78. Customer Collaboration over contract negotiation Individuals & Interactions over processes & tools Working Software over comprehensive documentation Responding to Change over following a plan
  79. 79.
  80. 80. Q+AJoshua Kerievsky CEO, Industrial Logic @JoshuaKerievsky