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Emergent Practices: the true pattern for suceeding with Agile

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Masterclass for Scrum Gathering Portugal 2016.
Emergent Practices: the true pattern for suceeding with Agile
By Alexandre Magno

Emergent Practices: the true pattern for suceeding with Agile

  1. 1. ALEXANDRE MAGNO (@axmagno)
 Founder @Learning30co CEO @PrettySwarm CST @ ScrumAlliance Partner @Scopphu the true pattern for succeeding with agile eMeRgEnT prACticEs
  2. 2. But let’s talk about cases of success (or failure) with Agile methods. What is your story?
  3. 3. draw inside the circle an agile practice your organisation are using currently
  4. 4. http://www.forbes.com/sites/stevedenning/2015/10/29/microsofts-sixteen-keys-to-becoming-agile-at-scale/#4c187fe58f4d
  5. 5. What we are learning from these stories? What we are copying?
  6. 6. Let’s talk about learning
  7. 7. the product of learning it’s the result of a learning experience the process of learning it’s what produces the learning experience itself
  8. 8. the product of learning it’s the result of a learning experience the process of learning it’s what produces the learning experience itself
  9. 9. the product of learning it’s the result of a learning experience the process of learning it’s what produces the learning experience itself ? ? ? ? ? ?
  10. 10. So please Spotify, Microsoft, Salesforce, Google,
 Ken Schwaber, Jeff Sutherland, Dean Leffingwell, … could you please tell me more about your learning process when implementing Agile, and less about the result of it!
  11. 11. Investigating how Scrum was created
  12. 12. There is life (and content on complexity) BEYOND cynefin
  13. 13. Versioning Learning Processes
  14. 14. learning learning learning
  15. 15. the product of learning it’s the result of a learning experience the process of learning it’s what produces the learning experience itself If you promote prescriptive learning in the process
  16. 16. the product of learning it’s the result of a learning experience the process of learning it’s what produces the learning experience itself If you promote prescriptive learning in the process You practice good/best practices here
  17. 17. the product of learning it’s the result of a learning experience the process of learning it’s what produces the learning experience itself If you promote emergent learning in the process
  18. 18. the product of learning it’s the result of a learning experience the process of learning it’s what produces the learning experience itself If you promote emergent learning in the process You practice emergent practices here
  19. 19. your agile practice is here Draw in this area the learning process used to build/choose/learn that specific agile practice. Was the process prescriptive or emergent?
  20. 20. As a client I feel frustrated when a software dev company deliver to me a bunch of useless features because it means I’m wasting money and time to market with this project
  21. 21. the product of learning it’s the result of a learning experience the process of learning it’s what produces the learning experience itself As a client I feel frustrated when a software dev company deliver to me a bunch of useless features because it means I’m wasting money and time to market with this project
  22. 22. the product of learning it’s the result of a learning experience the process of learning it’s what produces the learning experience itself
  23. 23. As a client I feel frustrated when a software dev company deliver to me a bunch of useless features because it means I’m wasting money and time to market with this project
  24. 24. visiting other companies, 
 conferences, … interviewing people within our organisation…
  25. 25. visiting other companies, 
 conferences, … interviewing people within our organisation…
  26. 26. Emergent Practice Expected Results: 1. As we are validating client ideas continuously we’re capable to identify and eliminate waste quickly; 2. When failing is inevitable the impact is small 3. The client feels part of the process
  27. 27. Emergent Practice Expected Results: 1. As we are validating client ideas continuously we’re capable to identify and eliminate waste quickly; 2. When failing is inevitable the impact is small 3. The client feels part of the process give it a name!
  28. 28. Visible Results: 1. As we are validating client ideas continuously we’re capable to identify and eliminate waste quickly;
  29. 29. Visible Results: 1. As we are validating client ideas continuously we’re capable to identify and eliminate waste quickly; Side-effect: 1. Client is disturbing the team 2. Client is not comfortable with failure 3. Client says she has no availability to be part of the process
  30. 30. Side-effect: 1. Client is disturbing the team 2. Client is not comfortable with failure 3. Client says she has no availability to be part of the process
  31. 31. Final words
  32. 32. 1) Identifying (and understanding) Self-organisation 2) Studying (and experimenting with) Self-organisation 3) Creating Self-organisation (artificial emergence) “The history of emergence has entered a new phase in the past few years, one that should prove to be more revolutionary than the two phases before it."
  33. 33. Let’s create Emergence! www.learning30.co @learning30co axmagno@learning30.co @axmagno

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