Restraining Actions<br />Present Motivation<br />Purpose<br />Autonomy<br />Mastery<br />Driving Actions<br />
Driving Motivation<br />An Exercise to help understand the “Drive” Motivation model<br />
How To run the exercise<br />Ask participants to come up with as many management actions they can think of that happen in ...
Advanced / Options<br />Use pictograms for the actions<br />Use different colors for activities currently being done, and ...
Want to learn more about motivation in Agile teams?<br />Take an Advanced Scrum Master Workshop from AgileSparks<br />http...
References<br />http://agileretrospectivewiki.org/index.php?title=Force_Field_Analysis<br />http://www.danpink.com/drive<b...
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An exercise for understanding what the Drive AMP model means and how to use it to change the way you do things.

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Driving motivation exercise

  1. 1. Restraining Actions<br />Present Motivation<br />Purpose<br />Autonomy<br />Mastery<br />Driving Actions<br />
  2. 2. Driving Motivation<br />An Exercise to help understand the “Drive” Motivation model<br />
  3. 3. How To run the exercise<br />Ask participants to come up with as many management actions they can think of that happen in their organization, they heard of, are considering, etc. Write them on sticky post-its. <br />Provide a primer on Drive and the AMP model<br />Meanwhile Draw the diagram from the first slide on a whiteboard / flip chart / several flip charts<br />Ask the participants to come place their actions in the right place in the diagram – each action can be driving/restraining one of the A M P aspects. <br />Ask the participants to look for duplicates and conflicts – actions that they have disagreement/confusion about<br />Have a discussion about the items in disagreement<br />Ask participants what are the actions they are committing to try in order to help drive higher motivation, and what are the actions they are committing to try to stop. One from each category should be enough per participant. <br />
  4. 4. Advanced / Options<br />Use pictograms for the actions<br />Use different colors for activities currently being done, and ideas. <br />Separate discussion to current activities, and later on after discussing the model, ideas that can help drive higher motivation<br />
  5. 5. Want to learn more about motivation in Agile teams?<br />Take an Advanced Scrum Master Workshop from AgileSparks<br />http://agilesparks.com/advancedcsm<br />Learn more about the motivation model and how it applies to agile teams<br />Learn techniques for dealing with motivation issues in an agile world<br />Discuss case studies and common scenarios<br />
  6. 6. References<br />http://agileretrospectivewiki.org/index.php?title=Force_Field_Analysis<br />http://www.danpink.com/drive<br />http://agilesparks.com/advancedcsm<br />
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