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Tribal Scrum: Tribal Leadership and Scrum
Tribal Scrum: Tribal Leadership and Scrum
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Tribal Scrum: Tribal Leadership and Scrum

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  • 1. Tribal Scrum: Tribal Leadership and Scrum Si Alhir salhir@gmail.com 202.596.8202 http://www.linkedin.com/in/salhir http://salhir.wordpress.com @SAlhirwww.CultureSync.net www.CreatingWEInstitute.com Copyright (c) 2012 Sinan Si Alhir. All rights reserved.
  • 2. Tribal Scrum• Dave Logan (January 2012) “Make your meetings hyper-productive and fun” “How Scrum + Tribal Leadership Will Change the World”• What’s missing in Tribal Leadership has been a specific game that great tribes can play against other great tribes. I believe Scrum is that game.• First, let’s be clear that Tribal Scrum will not result from a single person piecing it together and declaring that they have the answer.• Second, everyone needs to get immersed in both Tribal Leadership and Scrum.• Third, Tribal Scrum will result from lots and lots of experiments — some successful and some not, by combining the two approaches.• Fourth, the community needs to determine the winning approaches here, based on adherence to values and contribution measured by merit.• Fifth, we should eat our own dog food. We need a venue, identification of community values, selection of a noble cause, commitment to Scrum and Tribal Leadership. Copyright (c) 2012 Sinan Si Alhir. All rights reserved.
  • 3. Problem-Solving and the Scientific Method Problem Solving Result OwnerImpediments Dynamics Intention Result Action Owner Scientific Method Action Owner Copyright (c) 2012 Sinan Si Alhir. All rights reserved.
  • 4. Scrum Sprint Timebox (Goal and Done) (Planning, Review, Retrospective) Product Owner Impediments Scrum Product Sprint Increment Master Backlog Backlog Daily Scrum Timebox Team (Define-Detail, Build, Test) Roots in "The New New Product Development Game" (HBR, 1986) and Ken Schwaber and Jeff Sutherland,1993• Framework (not a process or technique) • Uncertainty (Change, Complexity, Risk, and• Framework (Roles, Events, Artifacts, and Rules) Opportunity)• Empirical, iterative, and incremental • Jeff Sutherland Papers• Transparency (visibility), inspection (detect), and (http://jeffsutherland.com/scrum_bibliography.htm) “Scrum in Church” (2009), “Organizational Transformation with Scrum” adaptation (adjust) with time-boxes (2010), “Scrum in Sales” (2011)• Self-organizing (how) and Cross-functional (competence) with commitment Copyright (c) 2012 Sinan Si Alhir. All rights reserved.
  • 5. Tribal Leadership Macro Timebox (Planning, Review, Retrospective) Tribe Member Noble CauseImpediments Cultural Stages; Tribe Micro Strategy Micro Strategy Results Triads and Member (Outcomes) (Behaviors & Assets) Triading Micro Timebox Tribe Core Values Members Copyright (c) 2012 Sinan Si Alhir. All rights reserved.

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