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How to change the world v2.0 (usa)

  1. 1. Europeangeography lesson #1
  2. 2. storyFor 15 years I failed to leave my mark in this world.Until I started writing...
  3. 3. http://www.infoq.com/news/2012/04/agile-influential-people
  4. 4. How did I do thatI often get questions like this...
  5. 5. How can I...• “Make” the rest of the organization more Agile?
  6. 6. How can I...• “Make” the rest of the organization more Agile?• “Motivate” my employees to develop themselves?
  7. 7. How can I...• “Make” the rest of the organization more Agile?• “Motivate” my employees to develop themselves?• “Convince” customers they should accept Scrum?
  8. 8. How can I...• “Make” the rest of the organization more Agile?• “Motivate” my employees to develop themselves?• “Convince” customers they should accept Scrum?• Etc...
  9. 9. How can I be successfulat influencing otherpeople to do what I want
  10. 10. http://www.versionone.com/state_of_agile_development_survey/11/
  11. 11. It seems we all want to learn...How to change a social complex system
  12. 12. I am inspired by...
  13. 13. And I discoveredthe facetsof social change...
  14. 14. The mojito method Make something amazing out of existing ingredients that are good but boringhttp://www.flickr.com/photos/miamism/3956659923/
  15. 15. Consider the system
  16. 16. Consider the individuals
  17. 17. Consider the interactions
  18. 18. Consider the environment
  19. 19. Dance with the System
  20. 20. The SystemPDCA cycleDeming/Shewharthttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/PDCA
  21. 21. • What Is Your Goal?• Where Is It Going Well?
  22. 22. Develop a vision,analyze wherethings are goingwell, and copythose behaviors.
  23. 23. The vision... pan-European collaborationGoing well... new initiatives born in meetupsTo be copied... getting together face-to-facehttp://ale2011.eu/
  24. 24. • What Are the Crucial Steps?• When and Where Do You Start?
  25. 25. Define simple steps to follow, and choose the rightmoment/place to start.http://www.flickr.com/photos/cs-jay/4668311333/
  26. 26. • How Do You Get Feedback?• How Do You Measure Results?
  27. 27. The Feedback DoorFeedback... sticky notesMeasure... happiness indexhttp://www.noop.nl/2011/04/the-feedback-door.html
  28. 28. • How Do You Accelerate Results?
  29. 29. Try, again and again, until you have it right.(And learn from other people’s failures.)http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2010/04/15/history-tablet-pc-photos_n_538806.html
  30. 30. The SystemA social system is complexand adaptive. Keep poking itwith ideas and see how itresponds and changes.
  31. 31. We cant control systems or figure them out. But we can dance with them. - Donella H. Meadows, Thinking in Systemshttp://www.amazon.com/Thinking-Systems-Donella-H-Meadows/dp/1603580557/
  32. 32. You want the organization to be more Agile?• What Is My Goal?• Where Is It Going Well?• What Are the Crucial Steps?• When and Where Do I Start?• How Do I Get Feedback?• How Do I Measure Results?• How Do I Accelerate Results?
  33. 33. Mind the People
  34. 34. The IndividualsADKAR modelHiatthttp://www.change-management.com/
  35. 35. • How Will You Communicate?• How Will You Set an Example?
  36. 36. Choose ways to communicate...http://www.flickr.com/photos/ajnabee/18211729/
  37. 37. • How Do You Make It Urgent?• How Do You Make It Desirable?
  38. 38. 10 Intrinsic DesiresCuriosity The need to thinkHonor Being loyal to a groupAcceptance The need for approvalMastery / Competence The need to feel capablePower The need for influence of willFreedom / Independence / Autonomy Being an individualRelatedness / Social Contact The need for friendsOrder Or stable environmentsGoal / Idealism / Purpose The need for purposeStatus The need for social standing
  39. 39. Curiosity Honor Acceptance Mastery Power Freedom Relatedness Order Goal StatusFind innovative ways to target human needs
  40. 40. • Who Will Be Teaching?• How Will You Teach Them?
  41. 41. Use experts to help people understand exactly what to do.http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0266697/
  42. 42. • What Makes It Easy?• How Can They Practice?
  43. 43. Make it as easy as possible for people to make a change.
  44. 44. • What Are the Short-Term Wins?• What Makes It Sustainable?
  45. 45. Build habits withsmall successes tomake behaviorssustainable.http://www.engadget.com/2008/04/11/nike-going-wifi-and-3g-headed-to-iphone/
  46. 46. The IndividualsSending rational messages isnot enough. Treat people asemotional beings who canuse a little help on the way.
  47. 47. You want developers to educate themselves?• How Will I Communicate?• How Will I Set an Example?• How Do I Make It Urgent?• How Do I Make It Desirable?• Who Will Be Teaching?• How Will I Teach Them?• What Makes It Easy?• How Can They Practice?• What Are the Short-Term Wins?• What Makes It Sustainable?
  48. 48. Stimulate the Network
  49. 49. The InteractionsAdoption Curve modelRogershttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Diffusion_of_innovations
  50. 50. • Are You Committed?• Who Is Assisting You?
  51. 51. Make sure you are not on your own.Ask other people for help.http://www.whitehouse.gov/photos-and-video/photogallery/august-2011-photo-day
  52. 52. • Who Will Be the Innovators?
  53. 53. Find the innovators who want tobe the first to try new things.http://www.iphone-ipod.org/
  54. 54. • Who Are the Early Adopters?• How Will the Leaders Help?
  55. 55. • How Do You Reach the Early Majority?• How Can You Make It Viral?
  56. 56. Adapt your approach so that you are able to cross the “chasm” between early adopters and early majority.http://www.flickr.com/photos/runkalicious/5067038840/
  57. 57. • How Will You Deal with Skeptics?
  58. 58. Listen to the skeptics and understand what is holding them back.
  59. 59. • How Will You Prevent a Relapse?
  60. 60. Don’t stop too soon! Keep monitoring things and don’tgive the laggards a chance to undo all your work.
  61. 61. The InteractionsBehaviors are transmittedfrom person to person in asocial network. Treat them asbeneficial viruses.
  62. 62. You want people to use your services?• Am I Committed?• Who Is Assisting Me?• Who Will Be the Innovators?• Who Are the Early Adopters?• How Will the Leaders Help?• How Do I Reach the Early Majority?• How Can I Make It Viral?• How Will I Deal with Skeptics?• How Will I Prevent a Relapse?
  63. 63. Change the environment
  64. 64. The EnvironmentFive I’shttp://www.newscientist.com/article/mg20327225.700-triumph-of-the-commons-helping-the-world-to-share.html
  65. 65. • How Do You Radiate Information?• How Do You Ease Communication?
  66. 66. Keep goals visible andmake people aware oftheir actual behavior.http://traversealive.com/
  67. 67. • What Is the Group Identity?• How Can You Grow Peer Pressure?
  68. 68. Appeal to a higher identity that peoplewant to associate themselves with.http://www.wldcup.com/news/2008/06/20080620_49206_soccer_news.html
  69. 69. http://www.animalwallpaper.org/brown-bears-wallpaper-1-bear.html/brown_bears-1-2
  70. 70. A common tactic: them versus us
  71. 71. http://www.flickr.com/photos/mfloryan/6135910482/
  72. 72. • Can You Incentivize Good Behavior?
  73. 73. Incentivize good behavior with small rewards.http://dolphinswimming.dolphindiscovery.com/index.php/tag/abc-animal-training/
  74. 74. • Which Barriers Will You Remove?• Which Guides Will You Place?
  75. 75. Remove obstacles and add guidanceto make things easier.http://www.azdot.gov/ccpartnerships/roundabouts/history.asp
  76. 76. • Who Can Make the Rules?
  77. 77. Define and enforce rules of good conduct...http://www.flickr.com/photos/wordridden/53998367/
  78. 78. The EnvironmentBehavior is a function of aperson and his or herenvironment. Instead ofchanging a person, changethe environment.
  79. 79. Culture changes only after you have successfully altered peoples actions, after the new behavior produces some group benefit for a period of time. - John P. Kotter, Leading Changehttp://www.amazon.com/Leading-Change-John-P-Kotter/dp/0875847471/
  80. 80. You want your friends to go to a conference?• How Do I Radiate Information?• How Do I Ease Communication?• What Is the Group Identity?• How Can I Grow Peer Pressure?• Can You Incentivize Good Behavior?• Which Barriers Will I Remove?• Which Guides Will I Place?• Who Can Make the Rules?
  81. 81. Change Management 3.0
  82. 82. storysubtle hint:Hand out the cards! 111
  83. 83. 10 Intrinsic DesiresCuriosity The need to thinkHonor Being loyal to a groupAcceptance The need for approvalMastery / Competence The need to feel capablePower The need for influence of willFreedom / Independence / Autonomy Being an individualRelatedness / Social Contact The need for friendsOrder Or stable environmentsGoal / Idealism / Purpose The need for purposeStatus The need for social standing 112
  84. 84. CuriosityThe need to think 113
  85. 85. HonorSharing values with a group 114
  86. 86. AcceptanceThe need for approval 115
  87. 87. MasteryThe need to feel competent 116
  88. 88. PowerThe need for influence of will 117
  89. 89. FreedomBeing an independent individual 118
  90. 90. RelatednessThe need for social contacts 119
  91. 91. OrderThe need for stable environments 120
  92. 92. GoalThe need for purpose 121
  93. 93. StatusThe need for social standing 122
  94. 94. Exercise: Moving Motivators1. Put the motivator cards in order, from unimportant to important2. (You may leave out any cards you don’t want to use.) 15 minutes 123
  95. 95. Exercise: Moving Motivators3. Consider an important change in your work (for example, becoming a more Agile organization)4. Move cards up when the change is positive for that motivator; move them down when the change is negative positive change negative change 124
  96. 96. Exercise: Moving Motivators5. Explain 1 or 2 of the changes6. Repeat for each player 125
  97. 97. Exercise: Moving Motivators 126
  98. 98. Debrief 127
  99. 99. http://www.management30.com/how-to-change-the-world/
  100. 100. management30.com (course)
  101. 101. slideshare.net/jurgenappelo@jurgenappelo (twitter)noop.nl (blog)jurgenappelo.com (site)management30.com (book)

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