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Open Space Technology - WWIT 2018

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Open Space break out session for WWIT 2018.

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Open Space Technology - WWIT 2018

  1. 1. OPEN SPACE TECHNOLOGY/AGILITY WWIT 2018 Diana Williams Project Brilliant
  2. 2. My Mentors 1995 - First office job!Yikes! Pam – My first mentor was female Dave - Encouraged me to get into web development Roger - Encouraged to get involved in application development Darren - Introduced me to Agile. Encouraged (pushed) me to do more 2015 - Left my job of 20 years to embark on this new journey Today, loving what I do!
  3. 3. WHY AGILE? AGILE is about people ■ Individuals and interactions ■ Customer collaboration ■ Responding to change ■ Working software
  4. 4. Build projects around motivated individuals. Give them the environment and supplies they need and trust them to get the job done.
  5. 5. OUR PREVAILING SYSTEM OF MANAGEMENT HAS DESTROYED OUR PEOPLE. EDWARDS DEMING
  6. 6. WHY OPEN SPACE? Transform chaos, confusion and conflict into productive energy ■ Shared goals ■ Self organization ■ Autonomy ■ Self direction ■ Provides employees a voice
  7. 7. Open SpaceAgility 1. Leadership prep 2. Open SpaceTechnology 3. Agile practices 4. Closing Open SpaceTechnology 5. Inspect and adapt A repeatable technique for getting a rapid and lasting agile adoption
  8. 8. Open Space Technology (OST) purpose-driven leadership a way for hosting meetings or conferences focused on a specific and important purpose or task beginning without any formal agenda has an overall purpose or theme Creates inspired meetings and events
  9. 9. ORDINARY PEOPLE WORKING TOGETHERTO CREATE EXTRAORDINARY RESULTS
  10. 10. Open Space Technology CreateTheme Plan Event Closing Circle Proceedings
  11. 11. How does Open Space work? Participants sit in a circle Sponsor states the theme One by one participants write down a topic, announce and place on the agenda board Participants sign up for a session Rotate sessions Closing Circle Unedited report compiled from all the sessions
  12. 12. Roles Sponsor Facilitator Participants Conveyers
  13. 13. Guiding Principles Whoever comes is the right people Whenever it starts is the right time Wherever it is, is the right place Whatever happens is the only thing that could happen When its over, its over
  14. 14. Law ofTwo Feet If people find themselves in situations where they are neither learning or contributing, they are responsible for moving to another place – using their own two feet to find a place where their participation is more meaningful.
  15. 15. Participation Roles Bee the person who is not willing to be fixed on a single break out session would rather visit many different groups collaborating in a more punctual way perform the task of cross-fertilization helping groups to overcome creative blocks inspiring with fresh views sharing solutions they saw in another group Butterfly the person that is not willing to take part in a break out session at this moment helps us feel safe in the space by tending to its own needs and passions Often some Butterflies gather with deep thoughts about the purpose of the meeting with ground breaking and paradigm shifting inputs, truly transformative in nature.
  16. 16. PREPARETO BE SURPRISED!
  17. 17. Market Place Closing Circle
  18. 18. Proceedings Session
  19. 19. More Information ■ http://openspaceworld.org/wp2/explore/ ■ http://openspaceagility.com/big-picture/

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