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London Agile Coaching Exchange 24th September 
Discuss Agile as a change - a novel approach 
More Agile changes for Scrum ...
Behaviours, habits and Agile 
There is a lot of psychological research to suggest that as humans we are highly influenced ...
Behaviours, habits and Agile 
John Coleman shared ideas on Agile behaviours. Let's say it's an interesting twist of psycho...
Behaviours, habits and Agile 
Is Viral Change(TM) one of our missing tricks for Agile Transformations?
Prezi links 
•Main content at this event 
•A company xray – spot a behavioural pattern? 
•Patterns & Anti-patterns – don’t...
Thank you! 
johncolemanagile@gmail.com 
@Scrummy_Dummy
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London Agile Coaching Exchange 24th September 2014 – a talk by John Coleman

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More Agile changes for Scrum are either based on "just do it", Kotter style change leadership, Senge style change evolution, Cohn style rollout, Larman/Vodde style rollout, or Schwaber/Sutherland style rollout. Scaling models also get considered. Indeed there are many theories, but usually from two schools of thought. There may be another.

There is a lot of psychological research to suggest that as humans we are highly influenced by the crowd and by "social proof" from people we respect. So, often we imitate them. This explains why mindset shift gets reversed after people sleep on our coaching and why coaching needs repetition/refocus.

John Coleman shared ideas on Agile behaviours. Let's say it's an interesting twist of psychology, change theory, and what we need to do to make good Scrum and other agile methods "go viral" in the enterprise.

Enter the Chalfont Project, Leandro Herrero and Viral Change (TM), and maybe an Agile twist from John Coleman.

Assuming Viral Change(TM) would used as is, licensed from the Chalfont Project or associated companies.

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London Agile Coaching Exchange 24th September 2014 – a talk by John Coleman

  1. 1. London Agile Coaching Exchange 24th September Discuss Agile as a change - a novel approach More Agile changes for Scrum are either based on "just do it", Kotter style change leadership, Senge style change evolution, Cohn style rollout, Larman/Vodde style rollout, or Schwaber/Sutherland style rollout. Scaling models also get considered. Indeed there are many theories, but usually from two schools of thought. There may be another.
  2. 2. Behaviours, habits and Agile There is a lot of psychological research to suggest that as humans we are highly influenced by the crowd and by "social proof" from people we respect. So, often we imitate them. This explains why mindset shift gets reversed after people sleep on our coaching and why coaching needs repetition/refocus.
  3. 3. Behaviours, habits and Agile John Coleman shared ideas on Agile behaviours. Let's say it's an interesting twist of psychology, change theory, and what we need to do to make good Scrum and other agile methods "go viral" in the enterprise. Enter the Chalfont Project, Leandro Herrero and Viral Change (TM). John Coleman has an angle on the combination of Agile Transformations and Viral Change(TM).
  4. 4. Behaviours, habits and Agile Is Viral Change(TM) one of our missing tricks for Agile Transformations?
  5. 5. Prezi links •Main content at this event •A company xray – spot a behavioural pattern? •Patterns & Anti-patterns – don’t we need to consider change to deal with these observations? •Agile as a change – what tricks are we missing? •Viral Change •Homework for you •Here are some behaviours I cooked earlier – see here •Which ones would you say are your 3-5 non-negotiable ones per method? •Have a think about what the consequences should be for breaking a non-negotiable behaviour
  6. 6. Thank you! johncolemanagile@gmail.com @Scrummy_Dummy

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