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An Agile maturity model . f or organizations . Introduction to maturity models. What is a maturity model? . Why a maturity model? . Understand what future capability is possible. Understand current capability . Understand what is needed to achieve higher maturity . - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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An Agile maturity model for organizations

Introduction to maturity models

Copyright 2013 SolutionsIQ. All rights reserved.1What is a maturity model?

Copyright 2013 SolutionsIQ. All rights reserved.Why a maturity model? Understand current capability Understand what future capability is possibleUnderstand what is needed to achieve higher maturity

Copyright 2013 SolutionsIQ. All rights reserved.Features of a strong maturity model Easy to observeMeasured objectivelyBroad and consistent

Copyright 2013 SolutionsIQ. All rights reserved.Types of maturity models TeamOrganizationProcessPerson

Copyright 2013 SolutionsIQ. All rights reserved.Person maturity models

Copyright 2013 SolutionsIQ. All rights reserved.Team maturity modelTuckman model

Copyright 2013 SolutionsIQ. All rights reserved.Process maturity model CMMI

Copyright 2013 SolutionsIQ. All rights reserved.Agile maturity models

Copyright 2013 SolutionsIQ. All rights reserved.Agile incorporates CMMI features

Copyright 2013 SolutionsIQ. All rights reserved.Agile is people-centric (not process-centric)Individuals and interactionsover processes and tools

Copyright 2013 SolutionsIQ. All rights reserved.Agile maturity models

TeamOrganizationPersonCopyright 2013 SolutionsIQ. All rights reserved.The Agile maturity for organizations

Copyright 2013 SolutionsIQ. All rights reserved.2Agile maturity model levels

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Level Coverage The Agile enterprise 0 to 100%Portfolio management 0 to 100%Program management 0 to 100% Teams 0 to 100%Agile maturity model coverageCopyright 2013 SolutionsIQ. All rights reserved.Agile maturity model types of workDifferent types of work

The value stream

Copyright 2013 SolutionsIQ. All rights reserved.The model

Copyright 2013 SolutionsIQ. All rights reserved.Level 1: Project focus

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Level 1: Project focus (pre-agile) Resource poolWork group

Work groupWork groupCopyright 2013 SolutionsIQ. All rights reserved.Resource pool Resource allocation model Individual resources are equivalent Individual unit of production Productivity is increased by adding resources

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Level 1: Individual unit of productionPerson is the unit of production Workgroup capacity is increased by adding resourcesWork groupResource pool

Copyright 2013 SolutionsIQ. All rights reserved.Resource pool Resource allocation model Individual resources are equivalent Individual unit of production Productivity is increased by adding resources

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Level 1: Work group cost model WorkloadCompleted WorkStart up Shut downwastewasteCopyright 2013 SolutionsIQ. All rights reserved.Resources allocated Ramp up waste Ramp down waste Resources deallocated at project endRamp costs are fixed meaning the longer the project the less waste as project length increasesIndividuals form a work group (not a team) 22Projects are cost centers Individuals are allocated to projectsTemporary work groupsIndividuals are costs Individuals are standard parts

Level 1: The workgroupValue = lower unit labor cost

Copyright 2013 SolutionsIQ. All rights reserved.Level 2: Agile teams

Copyright 2013 SolutionsIQ. All rights reserved.4Level 2: Teams vs. workgroupsWork group Agile team

Copyright 2013 SolutionsIQ. All rights reserved.Level 2: Persistent teamsRe-assignment

Re-assignment

Copyright 2013 SolutionsIQ. All rights reserved.Level 2: Team is unit of production

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Level 2: Agile team cost model WorkloadCompleted WorkMinimal Start up Minimal shut downShorter time to completeCopyright 2013 SolutionsIQ. All rights reserved.Resources allocated Ramp up waste Ramp down waste Resources deallocated at project endRamp costs are fixed meaning the longer the project the less waste as project length increasesIndividuals form a work group (not a team) 28Level 2: Agile team summary Value = Return on team investmentNew capabilities: increased throughput quicker responsehigher quality

Copyright 2013 SolutionsIQ. All rights reserved.Teams are permanent Team is the unit of production Team is treated as an investment (not a cost)

29Level 3: Agile program managementCopyright 2013 SolutionsIQ. All rights reserved.5Level 3: Agile program management

Copyright 2013 SolutionsIQ. All rights reserved.Level 3: Agile program managementValue = early & frequent release (reduced cost of delay)New capabilities: Multi-project integration Early & frequent releaseFeatures by business valueStart fast/fail fast

Copyright 2013 SolutionsIQ. All rights reserved.Work is coordinated across teams (sense of shared mission) Team output is integrated into a single work product Program/product management is added Frequent release cadence established

32Level 4: Agile portfolio managementCopyright 2013 SolutionsIQ. All rights reserved.6Level 4: Agile portfolio

Copyright 2013 SolutionsIQ. All rights reserved.Level 4: Agile portfolio managementValue = overall portfolio return & market responsiveness

New capabilities: Investment planning Incremental funding Governance by risk type

Copyright 2013 SolutionsIQ. All rights reserved.Work is coordinated across teams (sense of shared mission) Team output is integrated into a single work product Program/product management is added Frequent release cadence established

35Level 5: The Agile enterprise

Copyright 2013 SolutionsIQ. All rights reserved.7Level 5: The Agile enterprise

Copyright 2013 SolutionsIQ. All rights reserved.Culture & brandcommunityAs a platformAs a vision, strategy and mission

37Level 5: The Agile enterpriseValue = Brand & enterprise equity, internal alignment, employee satisfaction, fixed-cost reduction

New capabilities: New market penetrationCollaborative corporate cultureDistributed leadershipScalable operations

Copyright 2013 SolutionsIQ. All rights reserved.Work is coordinated across teams (sense of shared mission) Team output is integrated into a single work product Program/product management is added Frequent release cadence established

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