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The agile and Lean mindset

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- As a surprise talk at ALE2011
- As a replacement talk at LKBE11
- As a closing keynote at ADN 11
- Keynote at SDEC2011
- talk at SDC2012
- talk at agile Tour Strassbourg 2012
- talk at agile practitioners 2013
- Lean and Kanban France 2014
- agile tour Lille 2014
- agileEE 2015

(Other versions were internal dry-runs)

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  • Talk to your neighbour about what you expect to learn in this course.
    Write these expectations down on a post it
  • Only when you can say NO, your yes means something
    2 minute rule
  • When I talk about a shared vision peopel are afraid that we all need to be the same. That is not true. You only have to look at the people who organized this conference.
    OK if you were part of the organizers, please stand up.
    Next time you disagree with someone, try to see what you can learn from her.
    Try to value the person.
    You can attack idea’s, never attack persons.
    That’s not easy. I believe in crucial confrontations, but sometimes people think I disapprove them as a person. I do not.
    When Jurgen asked me what I found about his book I wrote:
  • When I talk about a shared vision peopel are afraid that we all need to be the same. That is not true. You only have to look at the people who organized this conference.
    OK if you were part of the organizers, please stand up.
    Next time you disagree with someone, try to see what you can learn from her.
    Try to value the person.
    You can attack idea’s, never attack persons.
    That’s not easy. I believe in crucial confrontations, but sometimes people think I disapprove them as a person. I do not.
    When Jurgen asked me what I found about his book I wrote:
  • When I talk about a shared vision peopel are afraid that we all need to be the same. That is not true. You only have to look at the people who organized this conference.
    OK if you were part of the organizers, please stand up.
    Next time you disagree with someone, try to see what you can learn from her.
    Try to value the person.
    You can attack idea’s, never attack persons.
    That’s not easy. I believe in crucial confrontations, but sometimes people think I disapprove them as a person. I do not.
    When Jurgen asked me what I found about his book I wrote:
  • Story of e-mail to hogher management
  • When you see the situation. You should be honest
  • When you work with a lot of people and you have that diversity, people don’t all look at the same things. To make peopel aware about problems and opportunities, you need to make everything visible
  • Only when you can say NO, your yes means something
    2 minute rule
  • Only when you can say NO, your yes means something
    2 minute rule
  • When I talk about a shared vision peopel are afraid that we all need to be the same. That is not true. You only have to look at the people who organized this conference.
    OK if you were part of the organizers, please stand up.
    Next time you disagree with someone, try to see what you can learn from her.
    Try to value the person.
    You can attack idea’s, never attack persons.
    That’s not easy. I believe in crucial confrontations, but sometimes people think I disapprove them as a person. I do not.
    When Jurgen asked me what I found about his book I wrote:
  • When I talk about a shared vision peopel are afraid that we all need to be the same. That is not true. You only have to look at the people who organized this conference.
    OK if you were part of the organizers, please stand up.
    Next time you disagree with someone, try to see what you can learn from her.
    Try to value the person.
    You can attack idea’s, never attack persons.
    That’s not easy. I believe in crucial confrontations, but sometimes people think I disapprove them as a person. I do not.
    When Jurgen asked me what I found about his book I wrote:
  • When I talk about a shared vision peopel are afraid that we all need to be the same. That is not true. You only have to look at the people who organized this conference.
    OK if you were part of the organizers, please stand up.
    Next time you disagree with someone, try to see what you can learn from her.
    Try to value the person.
    You can attack idea’s, never attack persons.
    That’s not easy. I believe in crucial confrontations, but sometimes people think I disapprove them as a person. I do not.
    When Jurgen asked me what I found about his book I wrote:
  • When I talk about a shared vision peopel are afraid that we all need to be the same. That is not true. You only have to look at the people who organized this conference.
    OK if you were part of the organizers, please stand up.
    Next time you disagree with someone, try to see what you can learn from her.
    Try to value the person.
    You can attack idea’s, never attack persons.
    That’s not easy. I believe in crucial confrontations, but sometimes people think I disapprove them as a person. I do not.
    When Jurgen asked me what I found about his book I wrote:
  • When I talk about a shared vision peopel are afraid that we all need to be the same. That is not true. You only have to look at the people who organized this conference.
    OK if you were part of the organizers, please stand up.
    Next time you disagree with someone, try to see what you can learn from her.
    Try to value the person.
    You can attack idea’s, never attack persons.
    That’s not easy. I believe in crucial confrontations, but sometimes people think I disapprove them as a person. I do not.
    When Jurgen asked me what I found about his book I wrote:
  • When I talk about a shared vision peopel are afraid that we all need to be the same. That is not true. You only have to look at the people who organized this conference.
    OK if you were part of the organizers, please stand up.
    Next time you disagree with someone, try to see what you can learn from her.
    Try to value the person.
    You can attack idea’s, never attack persons.
    That’s not easy. I believe in crucial confrontations, but sometimes people think I disapprove them as a person. I do not.
    When Jurgen asked me what I found about his book I wrote:
  • Ok, we are at an agile conference, so you should know what agile is. Or do you really?
    Do we agree on what agile is?
    Write down on a post it (what you don’t have a post it with you?) what is agile for you
  • Talk to your neighbour about what you expect to learn in this course.
    Write these expectations down on a post it
  • Transcript

    • 1. The agileEE @YvesHanoulle Joppe Hanoulle
    • 2. 2 inspire
    • 3. 3 Storytelling
    • 4. What is your BIGGEST problem? 4
    • 5. Talk to your neighbour
    • 6. what is agile? 6
    • 7. Is agile a methodology ? 7
    • 8. Is agile a set of tools?
    • 9. Is agile a mindset ? 9
    • 10. agile is all of it 10 @YvesHanoulle
    • 11. Agile’ is any set of tactics that enable a prioritised stream of useful results, in spite of a changing environment 11 @imtomgilb
    • 12. #ScaryStoriesIn5Words Implement agile by THE book 12
    • 13. What book? 13
    • 14. Every tool can be used as a weapon if you hold it right 15@anidiFranco
    • 15. If you are looking for a silver bullet, be sure you are not the werewolf @YvesHanoulle
    • 16. 17 Mindful use of practice leads to learning, mindless use of practice leads to cargo cult @Pawel Brodzinski
    • 17. @davidhussman
    • 18. Why JIT? 3 things we wish are true... • The customers know what they want • The developers know how to build it • Nothing changes 3 things we have to live with • The customer discovers what he wants • The developers discover how to build it • Lots of things will change along the way @JurgenLACoach
    • 19. Eliminate waste15
    • 20. Waste in IT? •Uncoded documentation •Local code •Untested code •Undocumented code •Not used documentation •Not up to date documentation •Not deployed code •Not used code •Waiting on another team •Teams not allowed to talk to eachother
    • 21. YAGNI
    • 22. YAGNI 2
    • 23. Just DO it
    • 24. Build quality in 20 26
    • 25. No Broken Windows? 21
    • 26. BoyScout rule28
    • 27. 29 Joppe’s Law of two processes when a company has a normal and a fast proces, don’t trust the normal proces
    • 28. Create knowledge
    • 29. Learning machine @PapaChrisMatts 31 @agilesensei It’s not fail fast, fail often. It’s learn fast, learn often
    • 30. 32 Scaled learning @PapaChrisMatts @lassekoskela @mhsutton
    • 31. Shared learning is team learning 25 33
    • 32. Defer commitments
    • 33. You can deal with risks 27
    • 34. deliver fast
    • 35. experiment THE NEW AGILE IS EXPERIMENTAL @GilZilberfeld
    • 36. What is your name?
    • 37. How old are you?
    • 38. Have you spoken at a conference before?
    • 39. Are you scared?
    • 40. I am …
    • 41. Dad, that is boring
    • 42. What do you need ?
    • 43. SAFE environment
    • 44. IS a safe environment?
    • 45. verify our assumptions
    • 46. 48 if you think agileEE is NOT SAFE say
    • 47. YES agileEE is SAFE
    • 48. experiment with PairWork
    • 49. say yves
    • 50. celebrate
    • 51. fail learn change direction inspired by @GojkoAdzic
    • 52. What if you don’t learn?
    • 53. fail celebrate learn
    • 54. Can you be happy?
    • 55. Celebrate failures or else…. @YvesHanoulle
    • 56. Celebrate failures 44
    • 57. What did your parents say when they came home?
    • 58. 65My mother hugged me
    • 59. SMALL STEPS
    • 60. What is the mean time between two deployments at
    • 61. In 2011 the mean time between two deployments at
    • 62. Fail FAST 31
    • 63. Fast feedback 70
    • 64. Fast feedback @AlexeyKri
    • 65. safe environment feed back is hard
    • 66. Review 1. experiment 2. celebrate learning 3. support people when they fail 4. smaller steps 5. learn to handle feedback
    • 67. Reality Check 74
    • 68. Respect for people
    • 69. Respect for people #EveryDaySexism
    • 70. If you tolerate it you insist on it #EveryDaySexism
    • 71. It’s easier to ask for forgiveness then to beg for permission 78 @mdubakov
    • 72. 3737 37 79
    • 73. 3737 37 80 Library of TRUST
    • 74. 81 Library of TRUST
    • 75. Face reality 82
    • 76. Brutal Transparency 39
    • 77. Optimize the whole 40
    • 78. 41 No local optimisations 85 Michael Jordan
    • 79. 41 No local optimisations I’ve missed more then 9000 shots in my career. I’ve lost almost 300 games. 26 times I’ve been trusted to take the game winning shot and missed. I’ve fail over and over and over in my life. 86 Michael Jordan
    • 80. 41 No local optimisations I’ve missed more then 9000 shots in my career. I’ve lost almost 300 games. 26 times I’ve been trusted to take the game winning shot and missed. I’ve fail over and over and over in my life. And that is why I succeed!87 Michael Jordan
    • 81. Begin with the end in mind
    • 82. STOP Starting START Stopping @YvesHanoulle89
    • 83. Longterm is about making it possible to change later 90
    • 84. How to support your team?
    • 85. SAY 48
    • 86. спробуйте 48
    • 87. Define priorities
    • 88. Real priorities 1. Edit menu 2. Copy – Paste 3. Integrate Facebook 4. Integrate Twitter 5. Integrate YouTube
    • 89. Discourage multi-tasking • Sequential Processing • Multi tasking • Imagine Task switching takes time Computation A Computation B 1A 2A 3A 4A 5A 1B 2B 3B 4B 5B 1A 1B 2A 2B 3A 3B 4A 4B 5A 5B 1A 1B 2A 2B 3A 96
    • 90. Genchi genbutsu 97
    • 91. Attent weekly DEMO 53
    • 92. Attent standup 53 99
    • 93. Personal toolkits 69 100
    • 94. #MyDailyThankYou @PapaChrisMatts
    • 95. What have you learned at agileEE 2015? 102
    • 96. • @agilesensei: If change is hard, make it continuous • @ginomarckx: use teams and collaboration to solve complex problems • Sergio Alpaev: manage everything from any place of the orgchart • @GilZilberfeld:The new agile is experimental. It's exciting.We're not done yet • Yura Malishenko: To become agile, you have to change the agile way • Pawel Brodzinski:Mindful use of practice leads to learning, Mindless use of practice leads to cargo cult • @AnnetteVendelbo:Agile teams are not enough. For agile to truly succeed, the whole organization must become agile. • Vladimir Ivanov:People come to Agile simulations because there are always people who prefer learning by doing. • Towo Toivola: The whole point of metrics is the amount and quality of action taken based on them • @andreaprovaglio: Develop courage and use smarter ways to deal with uncertainty to benefit from Discovery • @imtomgilb: Agile’ is any set of tactics that enable a prioritised stream of useful results, in spite of a changing environment • Craig Larman: More system, less parts 103
    • 97. Consult your neighbour
    • 98. 105 scaled Distributed Consciousness
    • 99. Oana & Yves 62 www.CoachRetreat.org 106
    • 100. HistoryPublic versions • 2011 September 09 : Version 5 at ALE 2011 (Berlin) • 2011 October 03: Version 7 at Lean & Kanban Belgium 2011 (Antwerp) • 2011 October 11: Version 9 as Closing Keynote at Agile.Net Europe 2011 • 2011 October 11: Version 10: Added pictures based on feedback of ADN11 • 2011 October 12: Version 11: Added Twitter Tags for authors • 2011 October 17: Version 14 :for Keynote of SDEC 2011 conference • 2012 April 16 : Version 17 :for SDC2012 • 2012 June 08 : Version 18 : for Test-Achats • 2012 June 11 : Version 19 : Lean in ICT (Vlerick Gent) • 2012 November 28: Version 20 :for 10 anniversary of Xpdays Benelux • 2013 January 29: Version 23 for Agile Practisioners 2013 • 2014 November 05 : Version 26 for Lean Kanban France 2014 • 2014 November 18: Version 28 for agile tour Lille 2014 • 2015 March 28: Version 34 for AgileEE 2015 Other versions are internal dry-run versions
    • 101. slide pictures • David Hussman: Dudes Law (personal e-mail) • Diversity (Olaf Lewitz): https://picasaweb.google.com/114043888000663006020/ALEFaces? • #MyDailyThankYou (Appreciation cards): Picture: @oJUncu • Experiment picture: Family Dauwe-Bracke • Who is your name: An Nelissen • yes: @jelleverheugen • Boring: ale2012 participant • People forming no: unknown • Experiment with PairWork & Shout Joppe: @Pitslamp • Yves Long hair: Michaël De Schutter • amazon: screenshot @JonJenk • Eric Clapton: unknown • Personal pictures: http://www.flickr.com/photos/yveshanoulle/sets/ 109
    • 102. Homines sumus, non dei @YvesHanoulle & Joppe Hanoulle www.hanoulle.be I give Free Life Time support*on anything I do (* My life not yours )
    • 103. YvesHanoulle Organizing Coach Retrait: http://www.coachretreat.org Agile Retroflection of the Day: https://twitter.com/#!/Retroflection Agile Calendar: http://www.agileConferenc.es PairWorking: www.paircoaching.net Agile Games Google group: www.agilegames.org Who is agile: http://www.leanpub.com/whoisagile/ Personal Twitter: https://twitter.com/YvesHanoulle Contact me on Linkedin: http://www.linkedin.com/in/yveshanoulle Phone: 0032 476 43 38 32 www.hanoulle.be I give Free Life Time support*on anything I do (* My life not yours ) 62 111