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Agile             Leadership            Practices for              Pioneers   Stefan Haas              #SCB13Independent A...
STEFAN HAAS - INDEPENDENTAGILE COACH AND TRAINER  • 15+ years practice in Agile Product    Development  • Lead Program Man...
Build projects around motivated individuals.             Give them the environment and                support they need, a...
The best architectures,        requirements, and designsemerge from self-organizing teams             http://agilemanifest...
„...these software developershad discovered a solution to theproblem of combiningdisciplined execution of high-level intel...
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„In our industry, value has a habit ofchanging because, quite often,customers don’t really know whatthey want. In addition...
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„As a result Beck’s Beyond Agile Manifesto comprises:      Team vision and discipline over individuals and          intera...
WORKSHOP TAKE-A-WAYS  • Complexity Thinking as a point of view for leaders  • Appreciate Agile as a way of dealing with un...
SELF-ORGANIZE FOR MAXIMUM DIVERSITY Decide on group size: 3-5 KPI: Sum of differences Properties: - Gender: Male, Female, ...
WHAT IS YOUR PREDOMINANT OPERATION AND DECISIONMODEL?                                            5 Min.
WHAT IS YOUR LEADERSHIP STYLE? 0 - Dysfunction, I don’t care about your needs 1 - I am receptive and open 2 - I respond to...
CommitmentFocus    Transparency             OpennessRespect        Courage         5 Min.
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CAUSAL LOOP DIAGRAM
ISHIKAWA AND5WHY DIAGRAM
Exercise:	  System	  Thinking	  -­‐	  Analyse	  a	  Problem    1. Pick	  a	  Post-­‐It	  from	  the	  Success	  &	  Failur...
1)	  Address	  complexity	  with	  complexityThe	  brain	  is	  more	  complex	  than	  any	  toolUse	  stories,	  metapho...
Example:	  Personas	  &	  Stories           Requirements	  as	  long           pages	  with	  text	  doesn’t	  work.hNp://...
2)	  Use	  a	  diversity	  of	  perspec6vesMul8ple	  weak	  models	  can	  make	  more	  sense	  than	  one	  strong	  mod...
Example:	  Planning	  Poker                                                              Make	  use	  of	  the	  mental   ...
3)	  Assume	  dependence	  on	  contextWhat	  worked	  in	  the	  past,	  or	  for	  others,	  is	  not	  guaranteed	  to	...
Example:	  RetrospecLve           Assume	  tomorrow’s	  process           will	  be	  different	  from	  yesterday.hNp://ww...
4)	  Assume	  subjec6vity	  and	  coevolu6onThe	  observer	  influences	  the	  system,	  and	  the	  system	  influences	  ...
Example:	  Velocity                                                                             Focus	  on	  the	  metric	...
5)	  An6cipate,	  adapt,	  exploreApart	  from	  looking	  forward	  (proac8ve),	  and	  looking	  backward	  (reac8ve),	 ...
Example:	  Paper	  Prototypes    Experiment	  with	  tools,    techniques,	  and	  architectures.
6)	  Develop	  models	  in	  collabora6onDoes	  the	  model	  help	  people	  to	  make	  sense	  of	  the	  world	  (insi...
Example:	  Process	  visualizaLon                  The	  process	  is	  what	  you	  see,                  not	  what	  yo...
7)	  Shorten	  the	  feedback	  cycleSystems	  with	  slower	  feedback	  cycles	  have	  higher	  ex8nc8on	  rates.      ...
Example:	  IteraLons           From	  4-­‐week	  sprints	  to           conLnuous	  delivery	  in	  a	  few	  years.	  hNp...
8)	  Steal	  and	  tweakSuccessful	  systems	  spend	  most	  of	  their	  8me	  copying	  and	  adap8ng	  ideas	  from	  ...
Example:	  Brainstorming	  Build	  on	  the	  Ideas	  of	  OthersDefer	  JudgementGo	  for	  QuanLty
Complexity	  Thinking1. Address	  complexity	  with	  complexity2. Use	  a	  diversity	  of	  perspec8ves3. Assume	  depen...
Oh,	  and	  by	  the	  way...          We	  should	  not	  take	             our	  models	  too	                   serious...
People	  are	  the	  most	  important	  parts	   of	  an	  organizaLon	  and	  managers	  must	  do	  all	  they	  can	  t...
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10	  Intrinsic	  DesiresCuriosity	                                         The	  need	  to	  thinkHonor	                  ...
CuriosityThe	  need	  to	  think                             41
HonorSharing	  values	  with	  a	  group                                          42
AcceptanceThe	  need	  for	  approval                                 43
MasteryThe	  need	  to	  feel	  competent                                         44
PowerThe	  need	  for	  influence	  of	  will                                               45
FreedomBeing	  an	  independent	  individual                                           46
RelatednessThe	  need	  for	  social	  contacts                                           47
OrderThe	  need	  for	  stable	  environments                                               48
GoalThe	  need	  for	  purpose                                49
StatusThe	  need	  for	  social	  standing                                           50
Exercise:	  Moving	  Motivators1. Put	  the	  motivator	  cards	  in	  order,	  from	  unimportant   to	  important2. (You...
Exercise:	  Moving	  Motivators3. Consider	  an	  important	  change	  in	  your	  work	  (for	  example,	     becoming	  ...
Exercise:	  Moving	  Motivators5. Explain	  1	  or	  2	  of	  the	  changes6. Repeat	  for	  each	  player                ...
Exercise:	  Moving	  Motivators       15	  minutes                                    54
Debrief          55
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