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This gives you a hint at what my talk will be about and the Agile Transformation approach that I use. There is a a lot missing, but feel free to download and get a feel for it as well.

This gives you a hint at what my talk will be about and the Agile Transformation approach that I use. There is a a lot missing, but feel free to download and get a feel for it as well.

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    Taking Flight: an abbreviated version of my Agile DC talk Taking Flight: an abbreviated version of my Agile DC talk Presentation Transcript

    • Taking Flight From Aspiration to Transformational Action
    • Your Aviator… Software Leadership Coach w/ 22 years IT Experience/20 years S/W Development 24 years Management Experience Deming, Reengineering, Agile/Lean Military/Federal (Inside & Outside) Product Companies Multiple Industries 16 years Acquisition Experience Active Agile Community Member (Agile Coach Camp/Agile Influencers of DC) (GLASScon/LeanCoffeeDC) Lean Start-up & Product Mgmt
    • Agile Transformation is strategic in nature. (Transition, Adoption, etc.)
    • “Culture eats Strategy for breakfast.” - Peter Drucker
    • Taking Flight Approach • Set an aspirational target • Examine possible routes • Select the best route and the first waypoint(s) – Consider each leg an experiment – Work details/make decisions operationally – Inspect & Adapt at each waypoint – Make course corrections – Squadron mates
    • Many Things to Change Depending on What’s Next in Priority • New Strategies • New Org Structures • Find/Establish New Support Networks • New Practices • New/Streamlined Processes • Rewards for Δ in Behaviors • Create/Eliminate Ceremonies • New Habits  The Hardest to Do & the most crucial Some of these will be Experiments
    • Current State Aspiration Next State Process Δs Org Structure Δs New Practices Habit Δs Adapted from Organizational Transitions, by R. Beckhard & R.T. Harris Chosen Δs
    • Decisions  Δ Habits  Δ Culture
    • Current State Aspiration Next State Process Δs Org Structure Δs New Practices Habit Δs Manage the Δ Adapted from Organizational Transitions, by R. Beckhard & R.T. Harris
    • Inspect + Adapt
    • Status Quo New Status Quo disruption amount disruption time Understand the Impact of the Satir Change Curve A detailed depiction of the Satir Change model - http://stevenmsmith.com/ar-satir-change-model/
    • To-Do In Work Done Organizational Change Capacity WIP Limit = Limit Change in Progress
    • Aspiration Starting Point Promotes Restricts Low Risk Tolerance Grand Unclear Vision Hiring to Fit Insular Communication Employee Indoctrination Successes Only Promotion/Restriction based on Limits to Organizational Change by Herbert Kaufman & Discussions @ #CultureDC Cross-cutting Teams Diversity (of thoughts) Failure Tolerance Clear Vision Employee Orientation Experimentation Transparency New Employees Specialized Silos Group Think
    • Squadron Mates • Create a support network • Find like minds and pair – Sounding board for pragmatic decisions • Better yet, form a triad – Third person holds the commitments of the other two to each other accountable • Grow network as pairs/triads – Net-Map Technique is a great tool here Triads come from The Culture Game by Daniel Mezick Net-Map Toolkit, Eva Schiffer, http://netmap.wordpress.com
    • of and Hidden Assumptions Biases
    • Drawing: Alex Hughes Δ
    • Paul M. Boos paul.boos@santeon.com pmboos@yahoo.com @paul_boos 703-307-4322 (mobile) Look for a ‘workbook’ on this in the near future…