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COMPLEXITY:
Managing Today's Challenges

München, 03. - 07. Februar 2014

Konferenz

Mature agile to manage complex projects or products

Datum:04.02.2014
Uhrzeit:16:15 - 17:15
Vortrag: Di 6.3
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Systematic is a CMMI level 5 company, where the adoption of Lean led to a unique way of working based on synergies between CMMI, Lean, Scrum and other agile practices. Lean, CMMI and Scrum are strong by themselves, but they can be combined to amplify each other – and that is what we have done. The experiences from combining Lean, CMMI and Scrum have led Systematic to identify examples of explicit guidance from CMMI that help to execute Scrum activities even better. This ensures that even larger and more complex projects can benefit from Scrum.

Target Audience: Product owners, Project managers, scrum masters, development teams
Prerequisites: Experience from product or project development
Level: Practicing

You will learn:
1. Understand how CMMI and Scrum/Agile/Lean can be combined 2. Learn how Lean can establish a new mindset leading to identification of significant improvements 3. Recognize how Scrum implements many of the tools and principles in Lean Software Development 4. See how Scrum implements a subset of project management when interpreting CMMI in a Lean context

Extended abstract:

Systematic is a CMMI level 5 company, where the adoption of Lean led to a unique way of working based on synergies between CMMI, Lean, Scrum and other agile practices. Lean provides the principles and values needed for high performance teams and organizations, as demonstrated by Toyota for more than 50 years. CMMI provides the process descriptions and support for what disciplines to consider in order to be successful. Agile approaches like Scrum provides best practices and methods for working according to the values of Lean and adopting change as it occurs. Lean, CMMI and Scrum are strong by themselves, but they can be combined to amplify each other – and that is what Systematic has done. The experiences from combining Lean, CMMI and Scrum have led Systematic to identify examples of explicit guidance from CMMI that help to execute Scrum activities even better. These activities can be implemented based on Lean values and principles and by doing so Scrum can be augmented and matured to ensure that even larger and more complex projects in the future can and will benefit from Scrum.