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Agile 2014   - Personal Agility Canvas - Dave Prior
Agile 2014   - Personal Agility Canvas - Dave Prior
Agile 2014   - Personal Agility Canvas - Dave Prior
Agile 2014   - Personal Agility Canvas - Dave Prior
Agile 2014   - Personal Agility Canvas - Dave Prior
Agile 2014   - Personal Agility Canvas - Dave Prior
Agile 2014   - Personal Agility Canvas - Dave Prior
Agile 2014   - Personal Agility Canvas - Dave Prior
Agile 2014   - Personal Agility Canvas - Dave Prior
Agile 2014   - Personal Agility Canvas - Dave Prior
Agile 2014   - Personal Agility Canvas - Dave Prior
Agile 2014   - Personal Agility Canvas - Dave Prior
Agile 2014   - Personal Agility Canvas - Dave Prior
Agile 2014   - Personal Agility Canvas - Dave Prior
Agile 2014   - Personal Agility Canvas - Dave Prior
Agile 2014   - Personal Agility Canvas - Dave Prior
Agile 2014   - Personal Agility Canvas - Dave Prior
Agile 2014   - Personal Agility Canvas - Dave Prior
Agile 2014   - Personal Agility Canvas - Dave Prior
Agile 2014   - Personal Agility Canvas - Dave Prior
Agile 2014   - Personal Agility Canvas - Dave Prior
Agile 2014   - Personal Agility Canvas - Dave Prior
Agile 2014   - Personal Agility Canvas - Dave Prior
Agile 2014   - Personal Agility Canvas - Dave Prior
Agile 2014   - Personal Agility Canvas - Dave Prior
Agile 2014   - Personal Agility Canvas - Dave Prior
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Personal Agility Canvas presentation from Agile 2014. Includes Five Measures Canvas for Personal and Business as well as Personal Agility Canvas

Personal Agility Canvas presentation from Agile 2014. Includes Five Measures Canvas for Personal and Business as well as Personal Agility Canvas

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  • 1. © 2014 BigVisible Solutions, Inc.. All Rights Reserved Dave  Prior,  PMP,  CSM,  CSPO,  CST,  PMI-­‐ACP   The  Personal  Agility   Canvas
  • 2. © 2014 BigVisible Solutions, Inc.. All Rights Reserved ____ __ ____ _____ ____ ______ _____ _____ ____ _____ _____ _____ ____ _____ Click to edit Master text styles
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 Fifth level Agenda 2 • Introduction and Background • The Five Measures • Defining Your Personal Agility Goals • The Personal Agility Canvas • Developing a Personal Agility Action Plan
  • 3. © 2014 BigVisible Solutions, Inc.. All Rights Reserved ____ __ ____ _____ ____ ______ _____ _____ ____ _____ _____ _____ ____ _____ Click to edit Master text styles
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 Fifth level 3 1.1 ! } Dave Prior, Agile Shepherd } BigVisible Solutions PMP | CSM | CSPO | CSP | CST | PMI-ACP | MBA • 20 years leading IT Projects • Former Chair PMI IT&T SIG • Reluctant Agilist ! } Contact Info: } Email: dprior@bigvisible.com } Twitter: @mrsungo } Web: http://bigvisible.com } Blog: http://drunkenpm.blogspot.com
  • 4. © 2014 BigVisible Solutions, Inc.. All Rights Reserved ____ __ ____ _____ ____ ______ _____ _____ ____ _____ _____ _____ ____ _____ Click to edit Master text styles
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 Fifth level 4 “Know the other and know yourself: One hundred challenges without danger, Know not the other and yet know yourself: One triumph for one defeat; Know not the other and know not yourself: Every challenge is certain peril” R.L. Wing “The Art of Strategy”
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 Fifth level 6 The Art of War is the oldest military treatise in the world. It was put together by Sun Tzu* It is over 2,000 years old. There are thousands of translations. ! It is the greatest book ever written about project management.
 It’s lessons can be applied everywhere. ~with one exception
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 Fifth level The Five Measures 7 “This is war. It is the most important skill in the nation. It is the basis of creation and destruction. It is the philosophy of survival or extinction. Everyone must investigate competition” The Amazing Secrets of Sun Tzu’s The Art of War by Gary Gagliardi
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 Fifth level Five Working Fundamentals 8 1.Tao 2.Climate 3.Ground 4.Leadership 5.Discipline
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 Fifth level Translating The Five Measures 9 Warfare Your Company Yourself Tao How the troops are inspired to follow “The Way” The culture and value system of your company Your personal beliefs and value system Climate The weather in which you will do battle Political Landscape Personal environmental “noise” Ground Terrain on which the battle will take place Reporting Structure Your role/place within context Leadership Leadership Style(s) Leadership Style(s) How do you lead? How are you lead? Discipline How disciplined are the troops Ability to Do What They Say Your personal discipline
  • 10. Tao The culture and value system of your company Climate Political Landscape Ground Reporting Structure Leadership Leadership Style(s) Discipline Ability to Do What They Say CompanyAgility
  • 11. Tao Your personal beliefs and 
 value system Climate Personal environmental “noise” Ground Your role/place within context Leadership How do you lead? How are you lead? Discipline Your personal discipline PersonalAgility
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  • 16. Who do you want to be today? Flynn The Dude ObadiahRooster The Bridges Spectrum
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  • 18. Hustlers of the world, there is one Mark you cannot beat: The Mark Inside.
  • 19. Goals Actions Needed The Mark Inside Environment Interactions with Others Strengths Fears / Concerns Desired Changes In what ways are you the thing blocking your way with respect to transitioning to Agile? What have you already identified that may require a change so that you can better support an Agile approach? ! Possible Categories: • Behavior • Speech • Mindset • Interactions What will yourValue Proposition be? How will adopting a more Agile approach better support the organization? What about your interactions with Others is / is not in sync with your desired Agile state? Are there things about your workspace/environment that could (should) be changed to better support your transition to Agile? What are the very next steps that need to be taken to build momentum in your transition to Agile? What are your goals for transitioning to Agile? How will you know when your goals have been achieved? What abilities, experiences, behaviors will you be able to leverage to strengthen your transition? Transitioning to Agile is not an easy thing.What about the possibility of transition is a cause for anxiety or stress? Value Proposition PersonalAgilityCanvas
  • 20. Goals Actions Needed The Mark Inside Environment Interactions with Others Strengths Fears / Concerns Desired Changes In what ways are you the thing blocking your way with respect to transitioning to Agile? What have you already identified that may require a change so that you can better support an Agile approach? ! Possible Categories: • Behavior • Speech • Mindset • Interactions What will yourValue Proposition be? How will adopting a more Agile approach better support the organization? What about your interactions with Others is / is not in sync with your desired Agile state? Are there things about your workspace/environment that could (should) be changed to better support your transition to Agile? What are the very next steps that need to be taken to build momentum in your transition to Agile? What are your goals for transitioning to Agile? How will you know when your goals have been achieved? What abilities, experiences, behaviors will you be able to leverage to strengthen your transition? Transitioning to Agile is not an easy thing.What about the possibility of transition is a cause for anxiety or stress? Value Proposition Personal Agility Canvas v 1.0 by Dave Prior • I am able to offer the unique perspective of a traditional PM who was deeply anti Agile, that has come to see it’s value and been able to transition • I am driven by a deep personal desire to help other PM minded folks make the transition to Agile with less difficulty than I did • I am still a PM at heart and while I believe in Agile, I also feel that at certain times, in certain situations, a directive approach is the best option • I am still skeptical • I am still judgmental • I am often mistrusting • Because I still see things from a PMs perspective, I am able to speak to them in their language and I understand their concerns (this is good an bad) • If I am expert at anything Agile, it is how NOT to do it • My work experiences have made it hard to let go of Theory X • I bring a lot of experience with seeing waterfall orgs struggle and fail to adopt Agile successfully. I can help people see the things they need to watch out for 1. Address knowledge gaps 2. Focus on teaching has left little time for coaching • My experience with PM and the transition has left me tainted with an inability to see the good points of bringing back some traditional practices (SAFe) • PMP is my Scarlet Letter and I can never shake it off (and if I do, what value do I bring?) • Experience • Healthy skepticism • Ability to see beyond the process • Belief in the power of working with engaged Agile Teams • I’m good with the Big Bad • I welcome the scary • I do my best to embrace my failures • I have no mirror right now 1. Address my Knowledge gaps : DevOps, Alternatives to SAFe, UX and Agile (Research each topic well enough to explain it to someone else) 2. Deepen my understanding of Lean history (Read the 2 books I have at home) 3. Find time to work with Agile teams more (get assigned to a short term assessment during Q3/Q4 and/or virtual coaching, keep helping Share2Give 1. Block out time each week for reading/research 2. Actually do the reading research 3. Work with Priya and Howard to find time for me to do virtual coaching and or an onsite assessment 4. Find an accountability partner to help coach me on this • I need a more mobile solution for my Kanban board • I need a better way to gauge and track my actual available time so that I can protect my time with my family better Dave’s Personal Agility Canvas 5/29/14
  • 21. Goals Actions Needed The Mark Inside Environment Interactions with Others Strengths Fears / Concerns Desired Changes In what ways are you the thing blocking your way with respect to transitioning to Agile? What have you already identified that may require a change so that you can better support an Agile approach? ! Possible Categories: • Behavior • Speech • Mindset • Interactions What will yourValue Proposition be? How will adopting a more Agile approach better support the organization? What about your interactions with Others is / is not in sync with your desired Agile state? Are there things about your workspace/environment that could (should) be changed to better support your transition to Agile? What are the very next steps that need to be taken to build momentum in your transition to Agile? What are your goals for transitioning to Agile? How will you know when your goals have been achieved? What abilities, experiences, behaviors will you be able to leverage to strengthen your transition? Transitioning to Agile is not an easy thing.What about the possibility of transition is a cause for anxiety or stress? Value Proposition 1 2 34 9 76 85 These could be filled out in any order, and you will probably want to take multiple passes to complete this canvas. This is just a suggestion.
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  • 27. Dave Prior! dprior@bigvisible.com! Blog: drunkenpm.blogger.com! Twitter: @mrsungo! ! ! The Dude Abides… www.bigvisible.com

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