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Simple effective teamwork

  1. 1. Simple, Effective Teamwork antti.tarvainen@leonidasoy.fi @tarvaina
  2. 2. Simple, Effective Teamwork antti.tarvainen@leonidasoy.fi @tarvaina
  3. 3. Talk in one slide Feeling of fairness and communal sharing are the basis of simple, effective teamwork.But communal sharing is fragile and requires rapport. Tips Anti-patterns Meet outside work “Let’s invite everyone!” Be close to each other “Let’s confirm from the boss first.” Have rituals “Let’s make everyone do this from now on.” Be naked “We should do something about this.”
  4. 4. Talk in one slide Feeling of fairness and communal sharing are the basis of simple, effective teamwork.But communal sharing is fragile and requires rapport. Tips Anti-patterns Meet outside work “Let’s invite everyone!” Be close to each other “Let’s confirm from the boss first.” Have rituals “Let’s make everyone do this from now on.” + Be naked “We should do something about this.” = go to sauna
  5. 5. Talk in one slide Feeling of fairness and communal sharing are the basis of simple, effective teamwork.But communal sharing is fragile and requires rapport. Tips Anti-patterns Meet outside work “Let’s invite everyone!” Be close to each other “Let’s confirm from the boss first.” Have rituals “Let’s make everyone do this from now on.” + Be naked + “We should do something about this.” = go to sauna = there’s still room behind the sauna
  6. 6. Four models of relationships Communal Authority Sharing Ranking Equality Market Matching Pricing Relational Models Theory: http://www.sscnet.ucla.edu/anthro/faculty/fiske/relmodov.htm
  7. 7. Example: Four ways to pay salaryCommunal sharing: Authority ranking: ? ? Equality matching: Market pricing: ? ?
  8. 8. Example: Four ways to pay salaryCommunal sharing: Authority ranking: By rank ? and seniority Equality matching: Market pricing: ? ?
  9. 9. Example: Four ways to pay salary Communal sharing: Authority ranking: By rank ? and seniority Equality matching: Market pricing: Same salary ?for everyone
  10. 10. Example: Four ways to pay salary Communal sharing: Authority ranking: By rank ? and seniority Equality matching: Market pricing: Same salary By market valuefor everyone
  11. 11. Example: Four ways to pay salary Communal sharing: Authority ranking: By rank ? and seniority Equality matching: Market pricing: Same salary By market valuefor everyone (negotiation skills)
  12. 12. Example: Four ways to pay salary Communal sharing: No salary, Authority ranking: By rankcommon pool and seniority of money Equality matching: Market pricing: Same salary By market valuefor everyone (negotiation skills)
  13. 13. What is fair? Communal sharing: No salary, Authority ranking: By rankcommon pool and seniority of money Equality matching: Market pricing: Same salary By market valuefor everyone (negotiation skills)
  14. 14. What is unfair? Communal sharing: No salary, Authority ranking: By rankcommon pool and seniority of money Equality matching: Market pricing: Same salary By market valuefor everyone (negotiation skills)
  15. 15. Model mismatch Example:Let us say I loan you some money, we being friends and all. You Me
  16. 16. Model mismatch Market pricing: Equality matching: I want a fairI’ll pay back interest ratewhat I loaned You Me
  17. 17. Model mismatch is unfair Market pricing: Equality matching: I want a fairI’ll pay back interest ratewhat I loaned You Me
  18. 18. Feeling of unfairness kills cooperation Market pricing: Equality matching: I want a fairI’ll pay back interest ratewhat I loaned You Me
  19. 19. Feeling of unfairness kills cooperation Market pricing: Equality matching: I want a fairI’ll pay back interest ratewhat I loaned You Me
  20. 20. Decision-makingCommunal sharing: Authority ranking:Consensus Chain of CommandEquality matching: Market pricing: Voting Argument
  21. 21. Decision-making mismatch Example: Let us say we are deciding what feature to develop next. You Me
  22. 22. Decision-making mismatch Market pricing: Communal sharing: ArgumentConsensus You Me
  23. 23. Decision-making mismatch Market pricing: Communal sharing: ArgumentConsensus You Me Feeling of unfairness No co-operation
  24. 24. Consensus vs. Argument
  25. 25. Consensus vs. ArgumentPremise Premise Premise Premise
  26. 26. Consensus vs. Argument ConclusionPremise Premise Premise Premise
  27. 27. Consensus vs. Argument ConclusionPremise Premise Premise PremiseBuilds understanding oncommon set of premises
  28. 28. Consensus vs. Argument Conclusion Conclusion ConclusionPremise Premise Premise PremiseBuilds understanding oncommon set of premises
  29. 29. Consensus vs. Argument Conclusion Conclusion ConclusionPremise Premise Premise Premise Premise Premise Premise PremiseBuilds understanding oncommon set of premises
  30. 30. Consensus vs. Argument Conclusion Conclusion ConclusionPremise Premise Premise Premise Premise Premise Premise PremiseBuilds understanding on Searches for premises that supportcommon set of premises either of two conclusions.
  31. 31. What is the rightmodel for teamwork? Communal Authority Sharing Ranking Equality Market Matching Pricing
  32. 32. What is the rightmodel for teamwork? Communal Authority Sharing Ranking Equality Market Matching Pricing All of them, to an extent.
  33. 33. What is the rightmodel for teamwork? Communal Authority Sharing Ranking Equality Market Matching Pricing But communal sharing isthe simplest and most effective — when it works.
  34. 34. What is the rightmodel for teamwork? Communal Authority Sharing Ranking Equality Market Matching PricingAuthority ranking doesn’t utilize team members’ abilities.
  35. 35. What is the right model for teamwork? Communal Authority Sharing Ranking Equality Market Matching PricingEquality matching is based on neither ideas’ nor members’ merit.
  36. 36. What is the right model for teamwork? Communal Authority Sharing Ranking Equality Market Matching PricingMarket pricing mechanisms are heavy. Also it doesn’t bring inherent joy.
  37. 37. Move towardscommunal sharingCommunal Authority Sharing RankingEquality MarketMatching Pricing
  38. 38. Move towards communal sharing Communal Authority Sharing Ranking Equality Market Matching Pricing Communal sharing is very fragile.It requires a specific kind of trust — rapport.
  39. 39. Rapport The feeling that you are in sync.The feeling that you understand each other.The feeling that you are in the same team.
  40. 40. Tips for movingtowards communal sharing Meet outside work Have rituals Be close to each other Be naked
  41. 41. Tips for movingtowards communal sharing Meet outside work Have rituals Be close to each other + Be naked = go to sauna
  42. 42. Meet outside work
  43. 43. Have rituals
  44. 44. Have rituals
  45. 45. Be close to each other
  46. 46. Be close to each other
  47. 47. Be nakedCommunal sharing: Authority ranking: -Equality matching: Market pricing:Each model implies a certain personal appearance.
  48. 48. Be nakedCommunal sharing: Authority ranking: - AuthorityEquality matching: Market pricing: Honor RationalityEach model implies a certain personal appearance.
  49. 49. Be naked Communal sharing: Authority ranking:Nakedness Authority Equality matching: Market pricing: Honor Rationality Remove the clothes ofpersonal appearance to move towards communal sharing.
  50. 50. Be naked — examples
  51. 51. Be naked — examples MBTI analysis.Tell something embarassing about yourself. Tell about your life.
  52. 52. Be naked — examples MBTI analysis.Tell something embarassing about yourself. Tell about your life. But most importantly: be yourself, trust others, and speak your mind.
  53. 53. Anti-Patterns “Let’s invite everyone!” “Let’s confirm from the boss first.”“Let’s make everyone do this from now on.” “We should do something about this.”
  54. 54. Anti-Patterns “Let’s invite everyone!” “Let’s confirm from the boss first.” “Let’s make everyone do this from now on.”+ “We should do something about this.”= there’s still room behind the sauna
  55. 55. “Let’s invite everyone.”
  56. 56. “Let’s invite everyone.” This is very slow.
  57. 57. “Let’s invite everyone.” This is very slow. You want to be democratic. Don’t.
  58. 58. “Let’s invite everyone.” Communal Authority Sharing Ranking Equality Market Matching Pricing You want to be democratic. Don’t.
  59. 59. “Let’s confirm from the boss first”
  60. 60. “Let’s confirm from the boss first” This is very slow too. And may lead to bad decisions.
  61. 61. “Let’s confirm from the boss first” This is very slow too. And may lead to bad decisions.You feel you need approval from authority. You don’t.
  62. 62. “Let’s confirm from the boss first” Communal Authority Sharing Ranking Equality Market Matching PricingYou feel you need approval from authority. You don’t.
  63. 63. “Let’s make everyonedo this from now on.”
  64. 64. “Let’s make everyone do this from now on.” Although you represent the whole team,you cannot really decide for other members. And it’s slow.
  65. 65. “Let’s make everyone do this from now on.” Although you represent the whole team,you cannot really decide for other members. And it’s slow. You are now trying to eithercommand or convince other people.
  66. 66. “Let’s make everyone do this from now on.” Communal Authority Sharing Ranking Equality Market Matching Pricing You are now trying to eithercommand or convince other people.
  67. 67. “We should dosomething about this.” Do or do not. Stop accumulating decisions.
  68. 68. “We should dosomething about this.” Do or do not. Stop accumulating decisions.You expect a “real” decision-making process to kick in at some point.
  69. 69. “We should do something about this.” Communal Authority Sharing Ranking Equality Market Matching PricingYou expect a “real” decision-making process to kick in at some point.
  70. 70. “We should do something about this.”There is no “real” decision-making process. That’s the point of teamwork.
  71. 71. That’s all, folks. Feeling of fairness and communal sharing are the basis of simple, effective teamwork.But communal sharing is fragile and requires trust. Tips Anti-patterns Meet outside work “Let’s invite everyone!”Be close to each other “Let’s confirm from the boss first.” Have rituals “Let’s make everyone do this from now on.” Be naked “We should do something about this.”

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