Kirill Klimov
INTRO, GROUND RULES
EXERCISE #1 
• Sort by colour, as fast as you can 
• One group for “special” bricks 
• You decide what “special” means
LET’S DISCUSS 
EXERCISE #1
Disorder 
Obvious 
Sense 
Categorise 
Respond 
Best practice
EXERCISE #2 
• 20 bricks high 
• Color schema 
• Wider to the bottom, narrow to the top
LET’S DISCUSS 
EXERCISE #2
Disorder 
Complicated 
Sense 
Analyze 
Respond 
Good practice 
Obvious 
Sense 
Categorise 
Respond 
Best practice
EXERCISE #3 
• in 30 secs decide what to build – animal or vehicle 
• color schema 
• Each colour could be touched just by...
LET’S DISCUSS 
EXERCISE #3
Complex Complicated 
Disorder 
Sense 
Analyze 
Respond 
Probe 
Sense 
Respond 
Emergent practice Good practice 
Obvious 
S...
EXERCISE #4 
• in 30 secs decide what to build – a house or a plant 
• color schema 
• Each colour could be touched just b...
LET’S DISCUSS 
EXERCISE #4
Disorder 
Complex 
Probe 
Sense 
Respond 
Emergent 
Chaotic 
Act 
Sense 
Respond 
Novel practice 
Complicated 
Sense 
Anal...
Complex Complicated 
Disorder 
Sense 
Analyze 
Respond 
Good practice 
Obvious 
Sense 
Chaotic 
Sense 
Categorise 
Respond...
TYPICAL ACTIVITIES IN 
SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT 
Complicated 
Complex 
25% 
38% 
Chotic 
16% 
Simple 
18% 
Unknown 
3%
RESOURCES 
1. “The Cynefin Framework” , YouTube video, y 
Dave Snowden 
2. Cynefin framework by Dave Snowden, Wiki 
page 
...
SLIDES 
http://goo.gl/YuSQht 
http://www.slideshare.net/f0g/
THANK YOU FOR ATTENTION! 
QUESTIONS ? 
Kirill Klimov 
+380 67 40.272.41 
klimov@scrumguides.com 
f0g 
kirillklimov 
f0g
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Cynefin Lego ALE14

  1. 1. Kirill Klimov
  2. 2. INTRO, GROUND RULES
  3. 3. EXERCISE #1 • Sort by colour, as fast as you can • One group for “special” bricks • You decide what “special” means
  4. 4. LET’S DISCUSS EXERCISE #1
  5. 5. Disorder Obvious Sense Categorise Respond Best practice
  6. 6. EXERCISE #2 • 20 bricks high • Color schema • Wider to the bottom, narrow to the top
  7. 7. LET’S DISCUSS EXERCISE #2
  8. 8. Disorder Complicated Sense Analyze Respond Good practice Obvious Sense Categorise Respond Best practice
  9. 9. EXERCISE #3 • in 30 secs decide what to build – animal or vehicle • color schema • Each colour could be touched just by 1 person • You are not allowed to talk to each other • Each minute you switch tables: you can take results of your work and not materials
  10. 10. LET’S DISCUSS EXERCISE #3
  11. 11. Complex Complicated Disorder Sense Analyze Respond Probe Sense Respond Emergent practice Good practice Obvious Sense Categorise Respond Best practice
  12. 12. EXERCISE #4 • in 30 secs decide what to build – a house or a plant • color schema • Each colour could be touched just by 1 person • You are not allowed to talk to each other • When facilitator touches you – you switch tables (not taking anything with you)
  13. 13. LET’S DISCUSS EXERCISE #4
  14. 14. Disorder Complex Probe Sense Respond Emergent Chaotic Act Sense Respond Novel practice Complicated Sense Analyze Respond Good practice Obvious Sense Categorise Respond Best practice
  15. 15. Complex Complicated Disorder Sense Analyze Respond Good practice Obvious Sense Chaotic Sense Categorise Respond Best practice Probe Respond Emergent practice Act Sense Respond Novel practice
  16. 16. TYPICAL ACTIVITIES IN SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT Complicated Complex 25% 38% Chotic 16% Simple 18% Unknown 3%
  17. 17. RESOURCES 1. “The Cynefin Framework” , YouTube video, y Dave Snowden 2. Cynefin framework by Dave Snowden, Wiki page 3. “Great is the power of steady misrepresentation”, article by Dave Snowden 4. All articles on CongnitiveEdge blog on Cynefin by Dave Snowden 5. Cynefin & software development, paper by Joseph Pelrine 6. Agile42 Cynefin Lego game
  18. 18. SLIDES http://goo.gl/YuSQht http://www.slideshare.net/f0g/
  19. 19. THANK YOU FOR ATTENTION! QUESTIONS ? Kirill Klimov +380 67 40.272.41 klimov@scrumguides.com f0g kirillklimov f0g
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