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  1. 1. WARNING The following presentation contains explicit content, which can dramatically alter the way you view the world. There are cases where people who have been contaminated with this content happen to see colors that aren’t there. Red Hummers while they are black, Purple Agile Coaches and managers in Orange suits. 1
  2. 2. Changing Cultural DNA with Spiral Dynamics to become thoroughly Agile Dajo Breddels Agile Wizard 2
  3. 3. Introduction 1 Agile and SD 5 Spiral Dynamics 2 Change DNA 6 Discover DNA 3 Next Steps 7 Discover Environment 4 Section Title 8 3
  4. 4. Who is Who ‣ Who are You? • Role • Experience ‣ Who is Dajo Breddels? • Agile Coaching • Life Coaching & Spiral Dynamics • Agile Coaching & Spiral Dynamics 4
  5. 5. Have you ever … ‣ Coached an organization to work Agile, everything seemed ok, you left and half a year later they were right back were they started. ‣ Been in an organization where people said that they fully agreed with you, but didn’t change a thing. ‣ Discovered that there were different cultures in one organization and people were unable to work together. And wondered why this happened and what you can do about this? 5
  6. 6. My personal path With combining Agile and Spiral Dynamics 1. Understand where they are 2. Acceptance about what’s happening 3. Seeing the limits 4. Using Spiral Dynamics to get them to the next level 6
  7. 7. Introduction 1 Agile and SD 5 Spiral Dynamics 2 Change DNA 6 Discover DNA 3 Next Steps 7 Discover Environment 4 Section Title 8 7
  8. 8. “The Emergent, Cyclical, DoubleHelix Model Of The Adult Human Biopsychosocial Systems.” Prof. Dr. Clare W. Graves 8
  9. 9. 8 ways of thinking, 8 Value Systems 9
  10. 10. Continuous interaction between Organism and Environment ‣ Organism • Individual • Team • Organization • Culture ‣ Environment • Culture • Organis m Environment Nature 10
  11. 11. New times, new ways of thinking Time / Complexity 11
  12. 12. BEIGE Instinctive/Survivalistic VS Do what you must do, just to stay alive ‣ Uses instincts and habits just to survive ‣ Distinct self is barely awakened or sustained ‣ Food, water, warmth, sex, and safety have priority ‣ Forms into survival bands to perpetuate life ‣ Lives “off the land” much as other animals 12
  13. 13. PURPLE Magical/Animistic VS Keep the spirits happy and the tribe’s nest warm and safe ‣ Obeys the desires of the spirit being and mystical signs ‣ Shows allegiance to chief, elders, ancestors, and the clan ‣ Individual subsumed in group ‣ Preserves sacred objects, places, events, and memories ‣ Observes rites of passage, seasonal cycles, and tribal customs 13
  14. 14. RED Impulsive/Egocentric VS Be what you are and do what you want, regardless ‣ The world is a jungle full of threats and predators ‣ Breaks free from any domination or constraint to please self as self desires ‣ Stands tall, expects attention, demands respect, and calls the shots ‣ Enjoys self to the fullest right now without guilt or remorse ‣ Conquers, out-foxes, and dominates other aggressive characters 14
  15. 15. BLUE Purposeful/Authoritarian VS Life has meaning, direction, and purpose with predetermined outcomes ‣ One sacrifices self to the transcendent Cause, Truth, or righteous Pathway ‣ The Order enforces a code of conduct based on eternal, absolute principles ‣ Righteous living produces stability now and guarantees future reward ‣ Impulsivity is controlled through guilt; everybody has their proper place ‣ Laws, regulations, and discipline build character and moral fiber 15
  16. 16. ORANGE Achievist/Strategic VS Act in your own self-interest by playing the game to win ‣ Change and advancement are inherent within the scheme of things ‣ Progresses by learning nature’s secrets and seeking out best solutions ‣ Manipulates Earth’s resources to create and spread the abundant good life ‣ Optimistic, risk-taking, and self-reliant people deserve success ‣ Societies prosper through strategy, technology, and competitiveness 16
  17. 17. GREEN Communitarian/Egalitarian VS Seek peace within the inner self and explore, with others, the caring dimensions of community ‣ The human spirit must be freed from greed, dogma, and divisiveness ‣ Feelings, sensitivity, and caring supersede cold rationality ‣ Spreads the Earth’s resources and opportunities equally among all ‣ Reaches decisions through reconciliation and consensus processes ‣ Refreshes spirituality, brings harmony, and enriches human development 17
  18. 18. Yellow Integrative VS Live fully and responsibly as what you are and learn to become ‣ Life is a kaleidoscope of natural hierarchies, systems, and forms ‣ The magnificence of existence is valued over material possessions ‣ Flexibility, spontaneity, and functionality have the highest priority ‣ Differences can be integrated into interdependent, natural flows ‣ Understands that chaos and change are natural 18
  19. 19. TURQUISE Holistic VS Experience the wholeness of existence through mind and spirit ‣ The world is a single, dynamic organism with its own collective mind ‣ Self is both distinct and a blended part of a larger, compassionate whole ‣ Everything connects to everything else in ecological alignments ‣ Energy and information permeate the Earth’s total environment ‣ Holistic, intuitive thinking and cooperative actions are to be expected 19
  20. 20. New times, new ways of thinking Time / Complexity 20
  21. 21. 21
  22. 22. Mathematical Formulas Increasing complexity: The bottom equation isn’t better than the top one. 22
  23. 23. Example individual Value System profile RED Centered: Hägar the Horrible Profile ILLNESS WORK SOCIAL (clubs) RELIGIOUS SOCIAL (neighbourhood) FAMILY OR HOME 23
  24. 24. Example individual Value System profile GREEN Centered: Scandinavian Society Profile WORK FAMILY SPORTS PARTICIPATION POLITICS SOCIAL RELIGIOUS 24
  25. 25. Introduction 1 Agile and SD 5 Spiral Dynamics 2 Change DNA 6 Discover DNA 3 Next Steps 7 Discover Environment 4 Section Title 8 25
  26. 26. Discover DNA Organis m Environment 26
  27. 27. Different levels ‣ Individual ‣ Team ‣ Organization ‣ Environment Individual Team Organization Environment 27
  28. 28. Discover Cultural DNA Discover vMemes Cards 28
  29. 29. Discover Cultural DNA Discover vMemes Cards 2x 1x 1x 1x 29
  30. 30. Introduction 1 Agile and SD 5 Spiral Dynamics 2 Change DNA 6 Discover DNA 3 Next Steps 7 Discover Environment 4 Section Title 8 30
  31. 31. Discover DNA Organis m Environment 31
  32. 32. Discover Environment Discover Life Conditions Cards 32
  33. 33. Discover Environment Discover Life Conditions Cards 33
  34. 34. Introduction 1 Agile and SD 5 Spiral Dynamics 2 Change DNA 6 Discover DNA 3 Next Steps 7 Discover Environment 4 Section Title 8 34
  35. 35. Agile Manifesto We are uncovering better ways of developing software by doing it and helping others do it. Through this work we have come to value: ‣ Individuals and interactions over processes and tools ‣ Working software over comprehensive documentation ‣ Customer collaboration over contract negotiation ‣ Responding to change over following a plan That is, while there is value in the items on the right, we value the items on the left more. 35
  36. 36. Value Systems and Agile BLUE Value System ORANGE Value System GREEN Value System YELLOW Value System 36
  37. 37. Value Systems and Agile Manifesto BLUE Value System ORANGE Value System GREEN Value System YELLOW Value System Comprehensive documentation over working software Contract negotiation over customer collaboration Individuals and interactions over processes and tools Responding to change over following a plan Following a plan over responding to change Working software over comprehensive documentation Customer collaboration over contract negotiation Processes and tools over individuals and interactions 37
  38. 38. BLUE Purposeful/Authoritarian VS Being dominant in an Agile environment ‣ Name: Procedural Agile ‣ Right Use: Life critical applications ‣ Strong: Order and Control ‣ Weakness: Slow and Inflexible ‣ Danger: Unstoppable growth of procedures ‣ Typical ‣ One Truth, hierarchical, inflexible, silo thinking, one specific method, reacts slow to changes, guidelines, templates, procedures, disciplined ‣ To keep it agile ‣ Something in, something out 38
  39. 39. ORANGE Achievist/Strategic VS Being dominant in an Agile environment ‣ Name: Money Driven Agile ‣ Right Use: Direct financial crisis ‣ Strong: Quick win and Improving ‣ Weakness: Long term ‣ Danger: Burning up people ‣ Typical ‣ More with less, success, improves, competition, outsmart others, situational ethics, drive ‣ To keep it agile ‣ Limit the maximum cost reduction / growth 39
  40. 40. GREEN Communitarian/Egalitarian VS Being dominant in an Agile environment ‣ Name: People Centric Agile ‣ Right Use: Political sensitive projects ‣ Strong: Team thinking and involvement ‣ Weakness: Paralysis through consensus ‣ Danger: Too many people involved ‣ Typical ‣ People first, consensus, everybody is equal, flat organization, team effort, acceptance, slow in taking decisions ‣ To keep it agile ‣ Limit number of stakeholders 40
  41. 41. Yellow Integrative VS Being dominant in an Agile environment ‣ Name: Effective Agile ‣ Right Use: Chaotic and global environments ‣ Strong: Respond to change ‣ Weakness: Seen as unstable ‣ Danger: Loosing the rest ‣ Typical ‣ Effectiveness over efficiency, people are different, embrace change, improve, out-of-the-box, wolf in sheep’s clothing, hard to understand, can loose interest, no interest in status, long term thinking 41
  42. 42. Real life example ‣ Management ‣ Team ‣ Organization ‣ External Environment 42
  43. 43. Introduction 1 Agile and SD 5 Spiral Dynamics 2 Change DNA 6 Discover DNA 3 Next Steps 7 Discover Environment 4 Section Title 8 43
  44. 44. Where is change needed? ‣ Individual ‣ Team ‣ Organization ‣ Environment Individual Team Organization Environment 44
  45. 45. Change Cultural DNA Three strategies Decrease Increase Transcend ‣ A Value system has a negative impact on the system ‣ The lack of a Value System has negative impact on the system ‣ The current dominant Value System can’t cope with the Life Conditions ‣ Lessen the influence of the Value System ‣ Add something new in the system to add a little bit of this Value System ‣ Use parts of the old Value System to interest people to new ideas which are part of the next Value System 45
  46. 46. Change Cultural DNA vMeme Magic Cards 46
  47. 47. Change Cultural DNA vMeme Magic Cards 47
  48. 48. Introduction 1 Agile and SD 5 Spiral Dynamics 2 Change DNA 6 Discover DNA 3 Next Steps 7 Discover Environment 4 Section Title 8 48
  49. 49. Your path? With combining Agile and Spiral Dynamics 1. Understand where they are 2. Acceptance about what’s happening 3. Seeing the limits 4. Using Spiral Dynamics to get them to the next level 49
  50. 50. Next Steps 50
  51. 51. Agile Wizardry Library Crowd Sourced Solutions 51
  52. 52. Resources ‣ Books • Spiral Dynamics, Don Beck and Christopher Cowan • Virus of the Mind, Richard Brodie • Spiral Dynamics Integral, Don Beck (audiobook) ‣ Websites • http://www.jobeq.net (example Value System test) • http://www.clarewgraves.com/ • http://www.kuzidi.com/agilewizardry 52
  53. 53. Contact for more information Dajo Breddels Agile Wizard dajo.breddels@kuzidi.com 53

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