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Counterintuitively coaching agile organisations at tad 2013

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  • 1. CounterintuitivelyCoaching AgileOrganisationsConneXoXPierluigi Pugliese
  • 2. Agile Coaching:just commonsense?2
  • 3. Counterintuitive alternatives!3
  • 4. Slow down to go fast
  • 5. Have you been too fast?•Pushy?•Nerving?•Got “resistance”?5
  • 6. Current StateNew StateGraves’ Change Model2. Solutions3. Dissonance4. Barriers5.Insights1. Potential6. Consolidation
  • 7. 1. PotentialCan we change at all?• Raise awareness, inform, ...• Maybe no immediate return
  • 8. 2. SolutionsCan we masterthe old problems?• Support solving thoseproblems• Increase dissonance
  • 9. 3. DissonanceDo we understand that the current solutionscannot solve the new problems we’re having?
  • 10. 4. Barriers-Do we recognisethem?-Understand theimpact?-Are we prepared toovercome them?
  • 11. 5. InsightsGlimpses ofthe new• Highlight successes• Reinforce, motivate
  • 12. 6. Consolidation& supportUntil the new stateis stable• Training & coaching• Retrospectives• Sensemaking
  • 13. Your turn...• Discuss with your neighbour:conditions not metCurrent StateNew State2. Solutions3. Dissonance4. Barriers5.Insights1. Potential6. Consolidation
  • 14. Leading complexadaptive systems
  • 15. Causality...15Why?CauseWhy?CauseWhy?CauseWhy?CauseEffect
  • 16. ...Or the Causality Superstition*16Why?CauseWhy?CauseWhy?CauseWhy?CauseEffectWhy?CauseWhy?CauseWhy?CauseWhy?CauseWhy?CauseWhy?CauseWhy?CauseAnd... it’s allprobabilistic &guessworkAnd... next time it’s different!* Ref.:Wittgenstein - Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus
  • 17. Organisations areComplex AdaptiveSystems!ComplexComplex Adaptive
  • 18. Try:ABIDE18Ref.: http://cognitive-edge.com/blog/entry/5599/abide-overview-of-process/AttractorsBoundariesIdentityDissonanceEnvironment
  • 19. Your turn:ABIDE19•Find examples of...•Attractors•Boundaries•Identity•Dissonance•Environment
  • 20. Try: Solution Focus- Steve De Shazer, Insoo Kim Berg et al.- “All of the Facts belong only to theProblem, not to its Solution”(Ludwig Wittgenstein)Asking for Solutions ismore efficient thandigging in Problem analysis
  • 21. 2. Experiencethe differenceHow?1. Move to the solution State3. Find path tosolution, backwards1ClientTheProblemTheGoal
  • 22. The ProblemThe Goal
  • 23. The Solution State
  • 24. Where in Agile?It’s an attitude when asking questions!1-to-1 CoachingMeetingsTeam Coaching
  • 25. Avoid Why- Use the question “why”sparingly- Elicits values- Promotes problem analysis- Rationalises the irrational- Stabilises the status quo
  • 26. Coaching creatively26
  • 27. Questions?Now or per email ppugliese: [at] connexxo [dot] com
  • 28. Pierluigi Pugliesehttp://blog.connexxo.comConneXoX

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