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Lessons Learned The Hard Way - Scrum Gathering 2016

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With over 6 years’ experience leading Agile teams, from startups to big corporations, my biggest surprises (the bad ones) were actually in environments that seemed too good to be true.

In a brutally honest talk, I’ll share my learnings on how autonomy, unlimited PTO and transparency can backfire and a lot of tips on how to deal with bad times.

It took me a lot of books, mentoring, failures and a deep dive into personal development seminars to understand the WHY behind the failings in such excellent environments.
Now it’s yours for free.

Presented at Regional Scrum Gathering 2016 - Porto, Portugal

With over 6 years’ experience leading Agile teams, from startups to big corporations, my biggest surprises (the bad ones) were actually in environments that seemed too good to be true.

In a brutally honest talk, I’ll share my learnings on how autonomy, unlimited PTO and transparency can backfire and a lot of tips on how to deal with bad times.

It took me a lot of books, mentoring, failures and a deep dive into personal development seminars to understand the WHY behind the failings in such excellent environments.
Now it’s yours for free.

Presented at Regional Scrum Gathering 2016 - Porto, Portugal

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  2. 2. Diving into Personal Development
  3. 3. Safety first Extreme autonomy Focused on growth Transparency Fun
  4. 4. #1 Hiring: slow (*) Take as long as it takes, don’t hire “meh”s Focus on what they can bring, not what they lack Be brutally honest about your problems challenges Give them a REAL problem to solve over a few days Interact using your tools and processes
  5. 5. #2 Firing: fast Don’t bring the team down Try to make it a team decision It always pays off
  6. 6. #3 Onboarding: critical How would you like to be welcomed? Success depends on this Start with customer support Create an onboarding tool / handbook
  7. 7. #4 Quitters = raving fans “I’ll be back” Source of business, people, etc… Keep them involved (parties, chat, …)
  8. 8. #4 Get rid of toxic people One person can destroy a team Just do it. Now.
  9. 9. #5 Underlying principles
  10. 10. #6 Kill reviews. Implement regular team feedback sessions Provide a safe environment Learn to read people Focus on metrics Expose your vulnerabilities
  11. 11. #7 Autonomy and Empowerment Doesn’t mean “Drop me in the Jungle” Crystal clear goals, purpose and “rules” Encourage team experiments (processes, tools, etc…) Even when you *know* they’ll fail
  12. 12. #8 Remote + Hours 1 person remote = all company behaves remote Remote is NOT work from home Async communication More frequent check-ins Remote is a mindset
  13. 13. #9 Transparency (incl. Salaries) “Default to transparency” (Buffer) Some people can’t handle transparency Kill badmouthing immediately – speak Even if you don’t have all the answers Grow or fire them, never, ever, ever, try to soften their pains Focus on positive things – gratitude, growth, …
  14. 14. #10 Treat everyone like the responsible adult they areImagesourcehttp://izismile.com/2012/05/30/hilarious_drunk_and_wasted_people_part_4_34_pics-9.html

Notas del editor

  • If you look closely, these dysfunctions map to our needs and fears
  • Growth = personal and business
  • Mention Tiago
  • Filipa Caldeira – Go, learn, then come back
    RUPEAL - Alumni
  • Margarida, Ana, Bruno

    People will always complain before it happens, but everythig will be fine
  • Remote,
    20% time
    Etc…

    Stop trying to be cool!
  • Metrics should be fine-tuned as a team
  • Filipa Caldeira – Go, learn, then come back
    RUPEAL - Alumni
  • Tell my remote story
  • Filipa Caldeira – Go, learn, then come back
    RUPEAL - Alumni
  • The biggest perk a company can give it+s employees

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