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  • Lean-Agile Thinking ApS

    Mads Troels HansenAgile Transformation Coach, Professional Scrum Trainer

    Unused Potential and Principles in Scrum & AgileJanuary 2015

    mth@lean-agile.dk@MadsTHwww.lean-agile.dkwww.Teamdriven.dk dk.linkedin.com/in/MadsTroelsHansen

  • Scrum Resolves Complexity (1995)

    Source: Ralph Stacey, University of Hertfordshire

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  • Scrum Resolves Complexity (1995)

    Source: Ralph Stacey, University of HertfordshireSource: Dave Snowden, Cynefin Framework, Cognitive Edge

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  • Scrum Expresses Agile (2001)

    2015 Lean-Agile Thinking Source: Gunther Verheyen, Scrum A Pocket Guide (A Smart Travel Companion), 2013

    Empower people

    A bounded environment for action

    Embrace emergent discovery

  • Agile change Project Thinking

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  • Scrum DNA

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  • People employ empiricism to

    optimize the value of their work.

    The Scrum Stance

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  • Fundamentals: Simplicity and Bottom-up

    Scrum promotes bottom-up thinking with top-down support to discover and emerge what works best for you, your

    organization and your context.

    Source: Gunther Verheyen, Scrum A Pocket Guide (A Smart Travel Companion), 2013 2015 Lean-Agile Thinking

  • Agile and Change in Culture

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    Scaled Professional Scrum Framework | Agile Transition | Central role of Core Culture

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    CollaborationCulture

    CultivationCulture

    ControlCulture

    CompetenceCulture

    Actuality

    Possibility

    personal impersonal

    Source: W. E. Schneider: The Reengineering Alternative, 1999,Andrena Objects 2015 Lean-Agile Thinking

  • Agile and Change in Culture

    30.01.2015

    Scaled Professional Scrum Framework | Agile Transition | Central role of Core Culture

    12

    CollaborationCulture

    CultivationCulture

    ControlCulture

    CompetenceCulture

    Actuality

    Possibility

    personal impersonal

    Source: W. E. Schneider: The Reengineering Alternative, 1999,Andrena Objects 2015 Lean-Agile Thinking

    The path from the As-is Core Culture to the Should-be Core Culture shows us the Agile Transition Path.

  • Start With Scrum

    The Scrum Framework The Scrum Stance

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  • Grow to Professional Scrum and change your culture

    Any Scrum instance that implements

    Scrums mechanics, its values and principles,

    and technical excellence.

    Professional Scrum

    Amateur Scrum

    Values and Principles

    Technical Excellence

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  • mth@lean-agile.dk@MadsTHwww.lean-agile.dkwww.Teamdriven.dk dk.linkedin.com/in/MadsTroelsHansen

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