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  • Agile Coaching Rachel Davies www.agilexp.com About you Raise your hand if you  Specify software?  Write software?  Test software?  Coach teams? And are you ..  New to Agile?  Already trying Agile? 1
  • About me Programmer Independent Agile Coaching on XP team Agile Coach book 2000 2003 2009 What does an Agile Coach do? helps teams grow strong in Agile practice 2
  • Agile Coach works with .. Teams Individuals Organization Supports rather than leads Agile Coach 3
  • How does a coach work? Author: J. Richard Hackman Many books about coaching individuals. Hackman’s book covers coaching teams. 4
  • Hackman Explains Three kinds of coaching intervention:  Motivational improve effort by minimizing free riding and building shared commitment  Consultative improve process by reducing thoughtless habits and fostering invention based on situation  Educational improve knowledge and skill Sow the seeds Introduce agile ideas to the team. Create an environment for the team to grow their own agile practice. 5
  • Be an example Pitch in and show how How to start? 6
  • #1: Build Trust Get to know the team Trust Equation T = (C + R + I ) / S Where: T = Trust C = Credibility R = Reliability I = Intimacy S = Self-orientation Book: “The Trusted Advisor” by Maister, Green, & Galford 7
  • I can trust what you say about .. Credibility comes from expertise As a coach • Talk from experience • Admit when you don’t know! Encourage team to develop their expertise and ask for help I can trust you to .. Be Reliable As a coach • Be consistent • Keep commitments Agile practices like Daily Standup meetings help the team to meet their commitments 8
  • Care for needs of other .. As a coach • Listen to the team • Demonstrate you heard • Keep confidences • You don’t have to get the credit! Encourage the team to get to know each other #2: Consider Context 9
  • Why do people resist Change? This team is using old tools How can you influence them to change? Measure Up Being Agile is not usually the real goal 10
  • Force Field Analysis Remove barriers and amplify forces for change #3: Work Iteratively 11
  • Make Blockers Visible Encourage Experiments 12
  • Go with team energy What do they want to try? Respect Experience Sometimes team know better than you! 13
  • Take Time to Reflect Try to See the Big Picture 14
  • Care about Quality Change Takes Time Be patient 15
  • Coaching Hazards Don’t give all the answers Don’t push the team too fast Don’t forget every team is a unique in a different context Any Questions? Contact info: Email: rachel@agilexp.com Twitter: rachelcdavies Blog: http://agilecoach.typepad.com/ 16
  • Introduction to Open Space Open Space Technology Open Space Technology by Harrison Owen http://www.openspaceworld.org/ Adopted by in agile community: http://www.agileopen.net/ 17
  • Conversations The best conversations at conferences are often in the coffee break! Open Space enables sessions to be proposed by anyone. Photo from Open Jam at Agile2008 conference Four Principles of Open Space • Whoever comes is the right people • Whenever it starts is the right time • Whatever happens is the only thing that could have • When it's over, it's over 18
  • If you are in a session where you are not learning or contributing, use your two feet and move on! Bumble Bees & Butterflies • Bumble bees move from one session to another carrying ideas. • Butterflies hang outside sessions and informal conversations gather around them. 19
  • Running a Session  Show up to lead your topic  Encourage conversation in the group  Take notes and write up after your session  No smoking or sticking paper to walls! How to propose a session  Announce your session topic  Write a note with your topic and your name  Add to Open Space marketplace flipchart • Day 1: 16:00-17:00 • Day 2: 10:00-11:00 • 9th floor or Club floor 20
  • Now We Start 1.Talk about ideas for sessions 2. Stand up to announce your session 3. Add it to the marketplace choosing time and place 21