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AgileLIVE™ Webinar Series "Agile Success = Team Success: Tuning the Agile Team Engine - Part 1"
 

AgileLIVE™ Webinar Series "Agile Success = Team Success: Tuning the Agile Team Engine - Part 1"

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Aaron Smith, editorial director of ProjectsAtWork, and Tom Wessel, consulting managing director at Davisbase, discuss how to: ...

Aaron Smith, editorial director of ProjectsAtWork, and Tom Wessel, consulting managing director at Davisbase, discuss how to:

• Assess the natural and adaptive styles of team members to improve communication
• Expose and eliminate dysfunctions that can permeate teams
• Evolve from I to T-shaped skill sets to improve cross-functional collaboration
• Apply performance metrics to drive greater team cohesion
• Use an agile ALM platform to promote sustainable healthy team behavior

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    AgileLIVE™ Webinar Series "Agile Success = Team Success: Tuning the Agile Team Engine - Part 1" AgileLIVE™ Webinar Series "Agile Success = Team Success: Tuning the Agile Team Engine - Part 1" Presentation Transcript

    • Agile Success = Team Success: Tuning the Agile Team Engine Part 1 May 7, 2014 #AgileLIVE
    • © 2014 VersionOne, Inc. 2 A few logistics… #AgileLIVE
    • © 2014 VersionOne, Inc. 3 Featuring #AgileLIVE
    • © 2014 VersionOne, Inc. 4 Team Success = Agile Success #AgileLIVE
    • Copyright 2014 Davisbase LLC. Agenda ‣ Why Are Teams Important ‣ Team Lifecycle ‣ Team Dysfunction ‣ Team ‘Smells’ ‣ Natural & Adaptive Behavior ‣ T-Shaped Skill Sets ‣ Team Based Performance Metrics ‣ There is an ‘I’ in ‘Team’ ‣ Intrinsic Motivation ‣ Retrospectives
    • Copyright 2014 Davisbase LLC. Teams - despair.com
    • Copyright 2014 Davisbase LLC. Why is Team Success so Important?
    • Copyright 2014 Davisbase LLC. Deal with Growing Pains -StephenR.Balzac 1 MTH 2 MTHS 2 MTHS = 5 MTHS
    • Copyright 2014 Davisbase LLC. Deal with Growing Pains -StephenR.Balzac 1 MTH 2 MTHS 2 MTHS = 5 MTHS
    • Copyright 2014 Davisbase LLC. Recognize Team Dysfunction
    • Copyright 2014 Davisbase LLC. Become Aware of Team Smells
    • Copyright 2014 Davisbase LLC. Become Aware of Team Smells ‣ Developers not assisting Testers ‣ People working in functional silos ‣ Excessive information handoffs ‣ Only BA in requirements discussions ‣ Only a few speak up in Retrospectives ‣ Team members show up late to meetings ‣ People multitasking in meetings ‣ Team Members hogging tasks ‣ Too much work in process (WIP) – not enough swarming ‣ Tech Leads sizing work for the whole team ‣ ScrumMasters assigning work to team members ‣ Etc.
    • Copyright 2014 Davisbase LLC. Become Aware of Team Smells
    • Copyright 2014 Davisbase LLC. Assess Natural & Adaptive Styles
    • Copyright 2014 Davisbase LLC. Assess Natural & Adaptive Styles
    • Copyright 2014 Davisbase LLC. Assess Natural & Adaptive Styles
    • Copyright 2014 Davisbase LLC. Assess Natural & Adaptive Styles
    • Copyright 2014 Davisbase LLC. Story Time Using DISC in the work place to improve team performance.
    • Copyright 2014 Davisbase LLC. Evolve to T-Shaped Skill Sets
    • Copyright 2014 Davisbase LLC. Evolve to T-Shaped Skill Sets
    • Copyright 2014 Davisbase LLC. Use Team Based Performance Metrics Individual Performance ‣ Functional Proficiency ‣ Technical Competence ‣ Process Activity ‣ Individual Work Activities ‣ Individual Performance Review ‣ Individual Reward Determination Team Performance ‣ Member Contribution ‣ Role Fit ‣ Team Outcomes ‣ Team Critical Process ‣ Team Performance Review ‣ Team Rewards - Team-Based Performance Evaluation
    • Copyright 2014 Davisbase LLC. Use Team Based Performance Metrics - Team-Based Performance Evaluation
    • Copyright 2014 Davisbase LLC. Case Study Microsoft’s transition from stack ranking to team based performance.
    • Copyright 2014 Davisbase LLC. Realize there is an ‘I’ in ‘Team’
    • Copyright 2014 Davisbase LLC. Use the Right Motivation “Intrinsic motivation refers to behavior that is driven by internal rewards. In other words, the motivation to engage in a behavior arises from within the individual because it is intrinsically rewarding. This contrasts with extrinsic motivation, which involves engaging in a behavior in order to earn external rewards or avoid punishments.” - Wikipedia
    • Copyright 2014 Davisbase LLC. Conduct Retrospectives
    • Copyright 2014 Davisbase LLC. Conduct Retrospectives
    • Copyright 2014 Davisbase LLC. Emphasize Delivery Teams
    • Copyright 2014 Davisbase LLC. Emphasize Delivery Teams
    • Copyright 2014 Davisbase LLC. Emphasize Delivery Teams
    • Copyright 2014 Davisbase LLC. Soft is the New Hard
    • Copyright 2014 Davisbase LLC. Q & A
    • Thank you for joining us today! Join us for Part 2, May 13, Noon-1 PM ET #AgileLIVE
    • Copyright 2014 Davisbase LLC. References ‣ Agile Coaching by Rachel Davies and Liz Sedley ‣ Agile Retrospectives: Making Good Teams Great by Esther Derby, Diana Larsen ‣ Coaching Agile Teams: A Companion for ScrumMasters, Agile Coaches, and Project Managers in Transition by Lyssa Adkins ‣ Drive: The Surprising Truth About What Motivates Us by Daniel Pink ‣ Leading Geeks: How to Manage and Lead People Who Deliver Technology by Paul Glen, David H. Maister, Warren Bennis ‣ Management 3.0: Leading Agile Developers, Developing Agile Leaders by Jurgen Appelo ‣ Tribal Leadership: Leveraging Natural Groups to Build a Thriving Organization by Dave Logan, John King, Halee Fischer-Wright ‣ The Five Dysfunctions of a Team: A Leadership Fable by Patrick Lencioni
    • Copyright 2014 Davisbase LLC. Thank You ‣ Tom Wessel, Davisbase Consulting ‣ tom.wessel@davisbase.com ‣ http://www.davisbase.com ‣ 704-254-2514