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20231110 ScrumSunrise Dave West氏 講演資料

20231110 ScrumSunrise Dave West氏 講演資料

2023年11月10日に開催した「ScrumSunrise」におけるDave West氏の講演「The State of Scrum Delivering value in the digital age」

■デイヴ・ウエスト氏 Dave West CEO, Scrum.org™
数多くのカンファレンスで基調講演を行い、記事や研究報告も多数執筆している。手がけた書籍「Head First Object-Oriented Analysis and Design」は高い評価を受け、新しいソフトウェアモデリングやアプリケーション開発プロセスの構築に貢献。IBM/Rational社在籍時はRational Unified Process(RUP)の開発を主導。その後コンサルティングを経て、Ivar Jacobson Consultingの北米支社を統括。Forrester Research社でVPとリサーチディレクターとして活躍し、ソフトウェア開発とデリバリープラクティスに従事。Scrum.org™に加わる前は、Tasktop社でChief Product Officerとして製品管理、エンジニアリング、アーキテクチャを担当した。

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  1. ©1993 – 2023 Scrum.org All Rights Reserved
    Dave West | CEO Scrum.org @davidjwest
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    The State of Scrum
    Delivering value in the
    digital age
    Scrum Sunrise
    November 2023

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  2. ©1993 – 2023 Scrum.org All Rights Reserved
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  3. ©1993 – 2023 Scrum.org All Rights Reserved
    @davidjwest
    • 893,800 Cert Holders
    • Sept – 1.4 Million website visits
    • 360 Licensed Trainers
    • 47 Countries
    • 201 Partners
    3
    Some Numbers
    Ken Schwaber
    Scrum.org Founder,
    Chairman and
    Co-creator of Scrum

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  4. ©1993 – 2023 Scrum.org All Rights Reserved
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    May you
    live in
    interesting
    times
    4

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  5. ©1993 – 2023 Scrum.org All Rights Reserved
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    The Age of Accelerations
    • The Market
    • Digital Globalization
    • Mother Nature
    • Climate change, population
    growth
    • Technology (Moore’s Law)
    • Exponential increase in
    computing power
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    The Last Year (this is the new normal)
    Unknown
    Time
    Unknown
    Time
    Industrial view of change Post Industrial view of change
    Efficiency
    Change
    Change
    Efficiency

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    3rd Phase of
    The Digital Age?
    Installation
    Deployment
    Turning Point
    From https://stratechery.com/2021/the-death-and-birth-of-technological-revolutions/
    The Work of Carlota Perez

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    If We Are Entering The Deployment Phase, Then…
    Age of Oil and Mass
    Production
    VS
    Age of Software and Digital
    Long term investment
    planning horizons
    Short term investment planning
    horizons
    Short term profit Mission and Impact
    Efficiency (Scarcity) Innovation and opportunity
    (abundance)
    Specialism of labor Cross functional teams
    Process control Self organization and
    decentralization
    Management is king Rise of the creator

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    https://www.mckinsey.com/capabilities/people-and-organizational-performance/our-insights/an-
    operating-model-for-the-next-normal-lessons-from-agile-organizations-in-the-crisis
    Agility and Covid 19

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    The Future Is Agile..
    VS.
    Big is beautiful Small is flexible

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  12. ©1993 – 2023 Scrum.org All Rights Reserved
    @davidjwest
    • >90% of Agile teams use
    Scrum
    • > 500,000 people trained on
    Scrum
    • > 100 books with Scrum in
    the title
    • Forms the basis of the
    majority of Agile approaches
    • Scrum Guide is free to use by
    anyone
    12
    Scrum Is Over 28 Years Old

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  13. ©1993 – 2023 Scrum.org All Rights Reserved
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    • Simple
    • Team centric
    • Incremental
    • Delivery Oriented
    • Public Domain
    • Support Ecosystem
    • Referenced in every agile approach
    13
    Why So Popular?
    And an effective commercial model
    driving training

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    • Built in instability – clear goal but
    nothing else – no detailed project
    plan
    • Self organizing teams – Autonomy,
    pushing the limits, cross functional
    • Overlapping development phases –
    iterations
    • Multi-learning – Learn by doing
    • Subtle control – Minor process
    controls
    • Organizational transfer of learning
    14
    It All Began With….

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    Complex, Complicated And Chaotic
    Empirical Process Control
    Defined Process
    Control

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    Probe, Sense And Respond
    Deploy and
    Measure
    Build at Least
    Part Of It
    Evaluate
    Possible Solutions
    Understand
    Desired Outcomes
    Identify an
    Opportunity
    16
    Probe, Sense And Respond..
    1
    2
    3
    4
    5
    Customers / Users
    Stakeholders
    Team

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    • Empirical process drives a different
    way of solving problems
    • No longer run the system, but instead
    do the least to learn something
    • Empowered teams that are focused
    on a clear set of outcomes
    • Not ‘resources’ allocated to many
    different things
    • Improvement for the deliverable
    and the way you work
    • Nobody owns the process / product
    other than the people doing it
    17
    The Core Ideas Are Very Simple
    Empirical
    Empowered Teams
    Improvement

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  18. ©1993 – 2023 Scrum.org All Rights Reserved
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    Which Led Us To This Framework

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    Where Are We At?
    The thirst for
    greater skills
    3% growth in core
    vs 50% growth in
    non core
    Most popular
    content is still
    “what is Scrum”
    +850K Cert Holders +1M Monthly Website Visitors

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    Who Is Learning Scrum?
    IT
    Software
    Project
    Product
    Marketing
    IT Professionals
    Finance
    Government
    Pharma
    CPG
    Auto
    Industrial
    ISV
    Digital Centric Knowledge Workers

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    Empowered Ownership
    Product Orientation
    Product Oriented
    Project Oriented

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    Empowered Ownership
    Product Orientation
    Product Oriented
    Project Oriented
    Traditional
    IT
    Start Ups
    Large ISVs
    Small to
    Medium
    ISVs
    Crisis
    Teams
    Skunk
    Works
    Sub
    System
    Teams
    Feature
    Crews

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    Empowered Ownership
    Product Orientation
    Product Oriented
    Project Oriented

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    We Continue To See..
    Work Backlog
    No Sprint Goal
    Status of
    Work
    Daily
    Mgt Review of
    Progress
    How do we
    increase velocity
    meeting
    Definition of
    Ready Gate
    Release Process
    Water – Scrum – Fall
    Planning
    Process

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  25. ©1993 – 2023 Scrum.org All Rights Reserved
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    • Each idea re-enforces each
    other idea
    • Creates an approach that
    allows value and teams to
    flourish
    • Moves us away from the
    mechanics of Scrum to
    something much more
    • Is the basis of Professional
    Scrum
    25
    Fighting Against Water-Scrum-Fall With Professionalism
    The Fundamentals
     Empirical Process
     Self Managed / Empowered Teams
     Continuous Improvement
    Professionalism
     Values / Behavior
     Disciplined and focused
     Outcome oriented (Customer)
     Learning Community

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    Sound Familiar?
    Values and Behavior
    Discipline & focused
    Customer oriented
    Learning & Community

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    Leadership Driving Change
    27
    Empowered Ownership
    Product Orientation
    Product Ownership
    Scrum Mastery
    Driving Self Management &
    removing the barriers
    Aligning to Customers &
    Outcomes
    Discipline, Skills & Community

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  28. ©1993 – 2023 Scrum.org All Rights Reserved
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    Working in a complex world requires great
    teams directed by an inspirational Product
    Owner with a clear vision. The ultimate
    success of the organizations is the combined
    effort of these people.
    28
    The Future Is All About Teams
    But success is not guaranteed and without
    great leadership at every level and focus on
    improvement everything can go wrong. Agile is
    not a vaccine it is an exercise program.

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    Professional Scrum
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    Scrum.org is a Community. Connect.
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    Scrum-org
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    Forums
    Scrum.org
    Insights from the Scrum.org Community of experts
    Blog
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