Agile culture and adoption survival guide

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Culture is critical for understanding how to succeed with Agile. We will explore culture and how Agile impacts organizations. In this session, you will learn the Schneider culture model and how it can be applied to make changes that align with your organization's culture. We will also explore Agile adoption and transformation approaches in the context of culture.

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Agile culture and adoption survival guide

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  2. 2. About Michael STRATEGIC PLAY®
  3. 3. Session Outline
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  5. 5. Quick Survey – What Agile AdoptionSuccess have you seen?• 5 = Every time a success• ...• 0 = Every time a failure Photo CC http://www.flickr.com/photos/lindsey _catherine/5808320129
  6. 6. Copyright VersionOne 2010
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  10. 10. Kanban Principles (Anderson) First adopt the Then (use the 5 Core foundational principles Properties) • Start with what you do 1. Visualize the workflow now 2. Limit WIP • Agree to pursue 3. Manage Flow incremental, 4. Make Process Policies evolutionary change Explicit • Respect the current 5. Improve Collaboratively process, roles, (using models & the responsibilities & titles scientific method)http://agilemanagement.net/index.php/Blog/the_principles_of_the_kanban_method/
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  12. 12. Kanban is Like an Oreo Cookie! Outside: Crunchy Control Inside: Sweet White Agile Goodness (collaboration, cultivation and craftsmanship)
  13. 13. Craftsmanship as a starting place
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  20. 20. Agile Is Not Enough Agile Skills Project!
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  22. 22. #2 Incubate TransformationalLeadership Leaders go first!• Live the values• Lead by example• Seek to truly understand their culture• Be as transparent as the teams they leadSee presentation: Agile From the Top Down: Executives & Leadership Living Agile by Jon Stahlhttp://www.slideshare.net/LeanDog/agile-from-the-top-down
  23. 23. #3 Build Transformational LeadershipTeam“We focus on improving leadership and team performance by helping people increase their ability to be situationally aware. This helps people increase the quality of their conversations and other relational interactions, which in turn improves flow.”http://growthpl.us
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  25. 25. Transforming the World of Work
  26. 26. What’s your game plan?Open your notebookWrite down: Biggest ah-ha moment Actions for next week
  27. 27. Resources• Videos, Blog Posts, Presentations – http://agilitrix.com/2011/04/agile-culture- series-reading-guide/• InfoQ eBook Coming
  28. 28. Session Outline

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