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Presented at the Midwest Agile Community Meetup on May 7, 2014. …

Presented at the Midwest Agile Community Meetup on May 7, 2014.

This presentation covers how organizations can build on what is working at the team level and spread it throughout the company. We covered how to introduce change with a more human approach, how to expand trust, and how to execute with agility within a leadership hierarchy. For more information, go to www.illustratedagile and www.consciousagility.

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  • 1. Len Lagestee @lagestee Scaling Agility Midwest Agile Community @midwestagile
  • 2. https://medium.com/p/597cde9ee9d4
  • 3. Expanding trust Introducing change in a world of chaos Executing within a hierarchy
  • 4. Expanding trust Introducing change in a world of chaos Executing within a hierarchy
  • 5. Conscious Agility Source: Conscious Agility (www.ConsciousAgility.com) Copyright (c) 2013 Si Alhir, Brad Barton, Mark Ferraro. All rights reserved. Awareness Intuition Orientation Improvisation Gain from Disorder + =
  • 6. Conscious Agility Source: Conscious Agility (www.ConsciousAgility.com) Copyright (c) 2013 Si Alhir, Brad Barton, Mark Ferraro. All rights reserved.
  • 7. Expanding trust Introducing change in a world of chaos Executing within a hierarchy
  • 8. A motive of caring Establish values and allow for localization Don’t put up with bad behavior An agenda of seeking mutual benefit Acting in the best interest of others
  • 9. Co-create
  • 10. Expanding trust Introducing change in a world of chaos Executing within a hierarchy
  • 11. Source: Illustrated Agile (www.illustratedagile.com) Agile Leadership Engagement Model
  • 12. Por$olio   Program   Team   Source: Illustrated Agile (www.illustratedagile.com) Agile Leadership Engagement Model
  • 13. Source: Illustrated Agile (www.illustratedagile.com) Agile Leadership Engagement Model
  • 14. Visioning Planning Building Radiating Relating Source: Illustrated Agile (www.illustratedagile.com) Agile Leadership Engagement Model Conversing   Co-­‐crea3ng   Connec3ng   Si Alhir - Conversational Intelligence http://salhir.wordpress.com/2013/11/03/conversational-intelligence-the-human-factor/
  • 15. Visioning Planning Building Radiating Relating Source: Illustrated Agile (www.illustratedagile.com) Agile Leadership Engagement Model Conversing   Co-­‐crea3ng   Connec3ng   Si Alhir - Conversational Intelligence http://salhir.wordpress.com/2013/11/03/conversational-intelligence-the-human-factor/
  • 16. Len Lagestee @lagestee len@illustratedagile.com
  • 17. Scaling  Agile  with  Pipe  Cleaners   Loosely  adapted  from  ‘TDD  and  Refactoring   with  Lego’  exercise  by  Bryan  Beecham  
  • 18. Exercise  1     •  Build  a  person  out  of  pipe  cleaners.  
  • 19. Admire  your  work     •  Take  a  photo.    Upload  to  TwiKer.  Brag  to  your   friends.   #midwestagile    
  • 20. Exercise  2     •  Combine  your  pipe  cleaner  people  into  a   team  pyramid.  
  • 21. Scaling  Feature     •  “Change  is  the  principal  feature  of  our  age”     –  David  Brin  
  • 22. Exercise  3     •  Combine  your  team  pyramid  with  the  other   teams  to  make  an  organiza3onal  pyramid.  
  • 23. Scaling  EPIC     •  “The  ode  lives  upon  the  ideal,  the  epic  upon  the   grandiose,  the  drama  upon  the  real.”     -­‐  Victor  Hugo  
  • 24. Mark Des Biens mark.desbiens@gmail.com @MidwestAgile