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Addressing Learning Biases for Agile Teams

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Agile transformation: is it just another process or is it a sustainable transformation of how we do business? Our behaviours, activities, and learning habits must shift in an integrated and healthy way for the team for in order to achieve true agility, but that potential is limited by our capacity for learning. We can make learning a part of everyday behaviour; however, that learning capacity is capped by our biases towards learning.

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Addressing Learning Biases for Agile Teams

  1. 1. @mhwilleke @RabbitHoleLearn Agile.RabbitHoleLearning.com MarianWilleke RabbitHoleLearning Addressing Learning Biases for Agile Teams MARIAN WILLEKE, PhD
  2. 2. @mhwilleke @RabbitHoleLearn Agile.RabbitHoleLearning.com MarianWilleke RabbitHoleLearning
  3. 3. @mhwilleke @RabbitHoleLearn Agile.RabbitHoleLearning.com MarianWilleke RabbitHoleLearning
  4. 4. @mhwilleke @RabbitHoleLearn Agile.RabbitHoleLearning.com MarianWilleke RabbitHoleLearning State of Learning Readiness
  5. 5. @mhwilleke @RabbitHoleLearn Agile.RabbitHoleLearning.com MarianWilleke RabbitHoleLearning Where on the spectrum is the organisation mindset? Place a BLUE dash in that location. Where on the spectrum is your team’s mindset? Place a GREEN dash in that location.
  6. 6. @mhwilleke @RabbitHoleLearn Agile.RabbitHoleLearning.com MarianWilleke RabbitHoleLearning
  7. 7. @mhwilleke @RabbitHoleLearn Agile.RabbitHoleLearning.com MarianWilleke RabbitHoleLearning EXCITERS COMFORTS CHALLENGES FEARS Eric Willeke @erwilleke PositiveFramingNegativeFraming Active Emotion Passive Emotion
  8. 8. @mhwilleke @RabbitHoleLearn Agile.RabbitHoleLearning.com MarianWilleke RabbitHoleLearning
  9. 9. @mhwilleke @RabbitHoleLearn Agile.RabbitHoleLearning.com MarianWilleke RabbitHoleLearning
  10. 10. @mhwilleke @RabbitHoleLearn Agile.RabbitHoleLearning.com MarianWilleke RabbitHoleLearning
  11. 11. @mhwilleke @RabbitHoleLearn Agile.RabbitHoleLearning.com MarianWilleke RabbitHoleLearning
  12. 12. @mhwilleke @RabbitHoleLearn Agile.RabbitHoleLearning.com MarianWilleke RabbitHoleLearning FIXED MINDSET “I got it done, didn’t I?” Performance driven “Why didn’t you deliver?” Failure is incompetence “How will we know this is going to work?” Low risk oriented Brain Activity when Making Errors Moser, Schroder, Heeter, Moran, Lee, 2011 GROWTH MINDSET Seeks challenges “This will be fun!” Failure is learning “How will we approach this next time?” Risk is necessary “What are the range of outcomes?
  13. 13. @mhwilleke @RabbitHoleLearn Agile.RabbitHoleLearning.com MarianWilleke RabbitHoleLearning APPENDIX FOR NEXT STEPS
  14. 14. @mhwilleke @RabbitHoleLearn Agile.RabbitHoleLearning.com MarianWilleke RabbitHoleLearning
  15. 15. @mhwilleke @RabbitHoleLearn Agile.RabbitHoleLearning.com MarianWilleke RabbitHoleLearning

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