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  • The  Contrac�ng  Two  Step:  Pa�erns  for  Successful  Collabora�ons   Agile  2012  –  Dallas,  TX   The Contracting Two Step: Patterns for Successful Collaborations © EBG Consulting, 2012 Mary Gorman www.ebgconsulting.com © EBG Consulting, 2012 1 Following is a partial set of slides. At our workshop Wednesday afternoon attendees will get a handout with a full set of slides, along with the worksheets used in the activities. I look forward to seeing you there! ~ mary © EBG Consulting, 2012 2 Mary Gorman VP Quality and Design, EBG Consulting Facilitator, trainer, mentor, agile coach, author Certified Scrum Master, CBAP® (Certified Business Analysis Professional™) IIBA® BABOK®(Business Analysis Body of Knowledge®) Team Lead Author: articles, blog, books Twitter: mbgorman Blog: ebgconsulting.com/blog eNewsletter: Success with Requirements free - sign up at www.ebgconsulting.com © EBG Consulting, 2012 3© EBG Consulting, 2012. All rights reserved. www.ebgconsulting.comMary Gorman| mary@ebgconsulting.com | twitter/mbgorman 1
  • The  Contrac�ng  Two  Step:  Pa�erns  for  Successful  Collabora�ons   Agile  2012  –  Dallas,  TX   give-away! © EBG Consulting, 2012 4 start the who’s music leading what’s pause or disrupting end the rhythm the music © EBG Consulting, 2012 5 agile team cross-discipline architecture product software mgmt dev business test analysis Ux © EBG Consulting, 2012 6© EBG Consulting, 2012. All rights reserved. www.ebgconsulting.comMary Gorman| mary@ebgconsulting.com | twitter/mbgorman 2
  • The  Contrac�ng  Two  Step:  Pa�erns  for  Successful  Collabora�ons   Agile  2012  –  Dallas,  TX   agile team interdependence clearly understood capabilities support each other responsible to each other collaborative © EBG Consulting, 2012 7 three ?s am I in or out? do I have any power and control? can I use, develop, and be appreciated for my skills and resources? Weisbord, 2004 © EBG Consulting, 2012 8 self-assessment Name Goals I offer… you can depend on me for… I need… © EBG Consulting, 2012 9© EBG Consulting, 2012. All rights reserved. www.ebgconsulting.comMary Gorman| mary@ebgconsulting.com | twitter/mbgorman 3
  • The  Contrac�ng  Two  Step:  Pa�erns  for  Successful  Collabora�ons   Agile  2012  –  Dallas,  TX   contracting with team member <> team member team <> coach client <> coach mentor <> mentee © EBG Consulting, 2012 10 MatchUp Name Goals I offer… Who needs my skills ? I need… Who can I depend on ? © EBG Consulting, 2012 11 agile team matching up © EBG Consulting, 2012 12© EBG Consulting, 2012. All rights reserved. www.ebgconsulting.comMary Gorman| mary@ebgconsulting.com | twitter/mbgorman 4
  • The  Contrac�ng  Two  Step:  Pa�erns  for  Successful  Collabora�ons   Agile  2012  –  Dallas,  TX   3 Cs of trust Source: Reina and Reina, 2006 © EBG Consulting, 2012 13 trust give to get team commitment is built on a foundation of mutual trust © EBG Consulting, 2012 14 feedback info about past behavior delivered in present may influence future behavior Source: Seashore, Seashore and Weinburg, 1997 © EBG Consulting, 2012 15© EBG Consulting, 2012. All rights reserved. www.ebgconsulting.comMary Gorman| mary@ebgconsulting.com | twitter/mbgorman 5
  • The  Contrac�ng  Two  Step:  Pa�erns  for  Successful  Collabora�ons   Agile  2012  –  Dallas,  TX   feedback © EBG Consulting, 2012 16 giving feedback what’s your intention? who is being served? © EBG Consulting, 2012 17 receiving feedback take care of self be open - not defensive seek clarification receiver is totally in control accept none, some, all reject none, some, all Source: Seashore, Seashore and Weinburg, 1997 © EBG Consulting, 2012 18© EBG Consulting, 2012. All rights reserved. www.ebgconsulting.comMary Gorman| mary@ebgconsulting.com | twitter/mbgorman 6
  • The  Contrac�ng  Two  Step:  Pa�erns  for  Successful  Collabora�ons   Agile  2012  –  Dallas,  TX   contract stages entering MatchUp working agreements working evaluate & adjust closing retrospect © EBG Consulting, 2012 19 open systems parts interconnect responsive sensitive info flows self-worth is primary power and performance secondary change is welcome Source: Satir, 1988 © EBG Consulting, 2012 20 successful collaboration MatchUp profile to communicate the capabilities you offer and what you need to be successful 3Cs of Transactional Trust to measure individual trust-building or trust-busting behavior Feedback to enable effective, honest and positive collaborations © EBG Consulting, 2012 21© EBG Consulting, 2012. All rights reserved. www.ebgconsulting.comMary Gorman| mary@ebgconsulting.com | twitter/mbgorman 7
  • The  Contrac�ng  Two  Step:  Pa�erns  for  Successful  Collabora�ons   Agile  2012  –  Dallas,  TX   references Gottesdiener, Ellen. Requirements by Collaboration, Addison Wesley, 2002 Reina, Dennis & Michelle Reina. Trust & Betrayal in the Workplace: Building Effective Relationship in Your Organization, Berrett-Kohler, 2006 Satir, Virginia. The New Peoplemaking, Science and Behavior Books, Inc., 1988 Seashore, Charles & Edith Whitfield Seashore, Gerald M. Weinberg. What Did You Say?:The Art of Giving and Receiving FeedBack, Bingham House Books, 1997 Schwarz, Roger. The Skilled Facilitator: Practical Wisdom for Developing Effective Groups, Second Edition, Jossey-Bass, 2003. Weisbord, Marvin. Productive Workplaces Revisited, Jossey-Bass/Wiley, 2004 © EBG Consulting, 2012 22 email mary@ebgconsulting.com twitter mbgorman about EBG www.ebgconsulting.com © EBG Consulting, 2012 23 EBG’s agile services New Training Solutions Discovering Product Needs for Agile Delivery and Discover to Deliver: Agile Analysis Practices www. ebgconsulting.com - info@ebgconsulting.com © EBG Consulting, 2012 24© EBG Consulting, 2012. All rights reserved. www.ebgconsulting.comMary Gorman| mary@ebgconsulting.com | twitter/mbgorman 8