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    Scrum master as a team coach - Agile Prague 2013 Scrum master as a team coach - Agile Prague 2013 Presentation Transcript

    • The Scrum Master as a Team Coach ConneXoX Pierluigi Pugliese
    • What could you need? 2
    • From heuristic to structure 3 “My team is doing X how can I have them doingY?” Complex Adaptive Systems => Contextually aware Experiments
    • Your many Roles as Scrum Master
    • Agile coaching = Many roles 5
    • Many roles at once - I 6 I’ve  done  X Mentor Good,  now  try  Y What  else? I  will  try  Y Coach Agile,  agile,  ... Evangelist Technical  Expert
    • Many roles at once - II 7 Mediator Green! Yellow! Blue? Let’s  do  it! MoFvator X  works  like... Trainer Facilitator Green! Yellow! IntenFon?
    • What are your real roles? 8 CoachTrainer Mentor Technical Expert EvangelistMediator Motivator Facilitator
    • What “glasses” do you use?
    • How do you approach the SM role? 10 Cognition Trust Organisation von Kibéd, Sparrer - Glaubenpolaritäten
    • What does it mean for you? •Chances? •Blind spots? 11 Cognition Trust Organisation
    • What does it mean for your team? •Chances? •Blind spots? •How do they approach their daily problems? •What is limiting them? •How could you support them? 12 Cognition Trust Organisation
    • Ecology
    • Ecology 14 Advantages of the new Advantages of the old Disadvantages of the old Disadvantages of the new CHANGE?NO CHANGE?
    • Values
    • What areValues? 16 •How do you use them? Communication Simplicity Feedback Courage Reliability Quality Honesty Transparency
    • Values: Nominalisations •Example: Honesty => be honest 17 be honest Who? With whom? How exactly? Context? About what? When?Exceptions? Validity?
    • Solution... •Avoid “Values” •Boundaries, emergence •Define behaviours •Set Goals •Challenge Beliefs •Reflection processes •Support group dynamics 18
    • Questions? Now or per email ppugliese: [at] connexxo [dot] com
    • Pierluigi Pugliese http://blog.connexxo.com ConneXoX