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Agile oCIO. Ministry Of Justice, April 2010. oCIO Scope of Work. Effectivness. Strategic Alignment. Efficiency. Supply the right IT Services. Ask for the right IT Services. Supply IT Services right. KPI’s. ALM. Schedule. Risk Mng. Scope. Resource planning.

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Agile ocio

Agile oCIO

Ministry Of Justice, April 2010


Ocio scope of work

oCIO Scope of Work

Effectivness

Strategic Alignment

Efficiency

Supply the right

IT Services

Ask for the right

IT Services

Supply

IT Services right


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KPI’s

ALM

Schedule

Risk

Mng.

Scope

Resource planning

Project Life cycle

Resource Management

P&C.

Capacity Planning

Portfolio Mng.

Demand Mng.

Budget


And if that s not enough

And if that’s not enough…

Different Teams – Different Flavors


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Where to begin? What’s the most cost effective area?

How long will it take till we see some benefits?

How to keep management Happy?

How to allow flexibility and yet have a structured process?

How to obtain Buy-in


Step i understand your organization

Step I Understand your organization

Agile core value: Individuals and interactions over processes and tools


Different people different approach to change

Different People – Different approach to change

“Hit me baby, one more time”

“I’m still thinking about it, you didn’t prove the value yet”

“What change? There’s a change? I never heard of it…”

“Ha, that’s never gonna work”


Step ii recognize the pain different people suffer from different things

Step IIRecognize the pain(different people, suffer from different things)

  • Management :

  • No visibility

  • Decision making is lacking

  • Fire-Fighting mode

  • Looking for accountability

  • Employees :

  • Work load

  • “No one asked me…”

  • Seeking recognition & appreciation

  • No clear expectations

Agile core value: Build projects around motivated individuals


Step iii value now

Step IIIValue NOW

Simple Process

Agile core value: Satisfy the customer through early and continuous delivery


Step iv get the bees commitment the rest will follow

Step IVGet the Bees commitment(the rest will follow)

Bacon & Eggs breakfast

Committed

Involved

Agile core value: Business people and developers must work together


Step v provide tools not documents

Step VProvide Tools not Documents

Agile core value: Working software over comprehensive documentation


Step vi adjust

Step VIAdjust

Agile core value: Customer collaboration over contract negotiation


Step vii adjust some more

Step VIIAdjust some more

Agile core value: Responding to change over following a plan


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