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Disruption Master: How Scrum Masters Can Facilitate and Build Disruptive Teams

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by James Brett



Disruption is a word that has embedded itself in common leadership parlance. If your organisation’s agile teams are not creating disruption, then they are being disrupted and have to respond to the change created by others. Some would argue that if a team isn’t creating disruption, then that team isn’t a “real” agile team.

So why is it that some teams are more disruptive than others even when they follow the same agile principles and practices?

In this talk, we will dive into what makes a team disruptive, how to maximise disruption and how the ScrumMaster can facilitate and guide teams to higher levels of disruption. One of the key attributes of a leader is to lead by example: I will give you some of the basic areas of focus to build your capacity for future disruption .

If you are a ScrumMaster, Product Owner, Digital Leader or agile team member and want to evolve to higher levels of disruption, then this talk is for you.

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Disruption Master: How Scrum Masters Can Facilitate and Build Disruptive Teams

  1. 1. EvolvingDigitalLeadership.com @JamesCuriously james@EvolvingDigitalLeadership.com DisruptionMaster HowScrumMasterscanfacilitateand builddisruptiveteams
  2. 2. CIO’s Biggest Challenge: Developing innovative new products and services 3,95884 Countries
  3. 3. “ ”The average lifespan of a company listed on the S&P 500 has fallen from almost 60 years in the 1950s to less than 20 years Credit Suisse
  4. 4. Who thinks being disruptive is important? @JamesCuriously EvolvingDigitalLeadership.com
  5. 5. Who thinks their organisation is disruptive enough? @JamesCuriously EvolvingDigitalLeadership.com
  6. 6. Jim Highsmith : EDGE The Opportunity Gap
  7. 7. Jim Highsmith : EDGE The Opportunity Gap
  8. 8. Jim Highsmith : EDGE The Opportunity Gap
  9. 9. Disruptive Agility : Closing the Gap
  10. 10. Your Comfort Zone DISRUPTED DISRUPTIVE Disruption Isn’t Always Fun Where the Magic Happens
  11. 11. Comfort Zone 99% Revenue Mail order DVD’s A Gamble at a HUGE Potential Market
  12. 12. In one day, we pulled the plug on selling DVDs and walked away from 99% of our revenue“ ”
  13. 13. How may Execs do you know that are brave enough to do that?
  14. 14. Agility: Create AND Respond To Change
  15. 15. Society Technology Sources and Targets of Disruption Industry Disruptive Disrupted Your Org.
  16. 16. Disruptive Agility Model Strategy Portfolio Features/Services Technology Ways of Working Bottom Up Disruption Top Down Disruption
  17. 17. Enter the ScrumMaster • What is a ScrumMaster? • A change agent? • Are you a real change agent if you are getting better at mail order DVD’s?
  18. 18. It was more important to us to take a long shot at a potentially huge business than to ride a sure thing into the ground. “ ”
  19. 19. It’s no longer acceptable to merely drive “agile” ways of working DisruptionMaster
  20. 20. If you aren’t focusing your attention on disruption, you aren’t Agile. DisruptionMaster
  21. 21. It is our responsibility as change agents, to facilitate an organisations ability to create and respond to disruption DisruptionMaster
  22. 22. Facilitating Disruptive Organisations 1.Facilitate Disruptive Products 2. Develop Disruptive Mindsets 3. Ensure Strategy and Portfolios Disruptively Evolve
  23. 23. 1. Facilitate Disruptive Products
  24. 24. TimeFixed Flexible ScopeFixed Flexible QualityFixed Flexible …Fixed Flexible DisruptionHigh Low Disruptive Release Planning
  25. 25. 3 D’s of the Feature Disruptive Matrix MMS Web Browsing
  26. 26. 22% 33% 45% Do It Delight Disrupt Release Backlog Constitution
  27. 27. DisruptionHigh Low Does this release backlog (or roadmap) sufficiently reflect the level of disruption we require?
  28. 28. 2. Develop Disruptive Mindsets
  29. 29. Outward or Inward Focused E-IExtravert - Introvert HOW YOU TAKE IN INFORMATION S-NSENSING - INTUITION HOW YOU MAE DECISIONS T-fTHINKING - FEELING HOW DO YOU LIVE YOUR LIFE J-PJUDGING - PERCEIVING E N T J
  30. 30. Meta-Programs 1. There are 60 meta-programs 2. Meta-programs are context specific 3. Meta-programs are a spectrum
  31. 31. REJUVENATION EXTROVERT PEOPLE INTROVERT QUIET An Example
  32. 32. The 7 Meta-Programs of a Disruptive Mindset
  33. 33. 1. TIME ZONE PAST FUTURE PRESENT
  34. 34. 2. CHANGE ADAPTER LATE EARLY MEDIUM
  35. 35. 3. AUTHORITY SOURCE INTERNAL EXTERNAL
  36. 36. 4. RELATIONSHIP COMPARISON MISMATCH MATCH
  37. 37. 5. SCENARIO TYPE PESSIMISM OPTIMISM
  38. 38. 6. CONVENTIONAL CONFORMIST NON-CONFORMIST
  39. 39. 7. RISK TAKING EXCITEMENT FEARFUL
  40. 40. 2. CHANGE ADAPTER 1. TIME ZONE 7. RISK TAKING 3. AUTHORITY SOURCE 6. CONVENTIONAL 4. REL. COMPARISON 5. SCENARIO TYPE FUTURE EARLY INTERNAL MISMATCH OPTIMISM NON-CONFORMIST EXCITEMENT 7 Elements of a Disruptive Mindset
  41. 41. Self-Assessment: bit.ly/DMAssess Disruptive Mindset: bit.ly/DisMind
  42. 42. 3. Ensure Strategy and Portfolio Disruptively Evolve
  43. 43. Business Model Disruptive Organisations StrategyDisruptionContinuous Strategy PortfolioDisruptionLean Portfolio Disruptive Value Delivery Design Thinking and Agile Disruptive Mindset
  44. 44. Key Points to Remember • Disruption is scary but, If you don’t disrupt, you will get disrupted • Agile is the ability to create and respond to disruption • A DisruptionMaster facilitates disruption by: 1.Facilitate Disruptive Products 2. Develop Disruptive Mindsets 3. Ensure Strategy and Portfolios Disruptively Evolve
  45. 45. Will you get disrupted?
  46. 46. What is your version of Mail Order DVD’s?
  47. 47. Will you do anything different?
  48. 48. INTENTIONREFLECTION Disrupting Yourself Evolution Helix
  49. 49. Progressive Development Evolution Helix
  50. 50. INTENTIONREFLECTION 1. Disrupt Yourself 2. Broaden Your Awareness 3. Understand your Fears 1. The Problem 2. The need to change 3. 3 Ways to Facilitate Disruption 1. How did outcomes achieved align to your intentions? 2. How is/has fear served you? 3. What insights can you gain? 1. Actively Choose What You Do 2. Facilitate Disruption 3. Step Out of Your Comfort Zone Disrupting Yourself
  51. 51. Do something that scares you!
  52. 52. EvolvingDigitalLeadership.com @JamesCuriously james@EvolvingDigitalLeadership.com Evolving Leadership for a Better Future

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