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Growing by Sharing. Workshop at SGCAL

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Interactive discovery workshop with a concept map worksheet and a fun agile game.
Explore with your group:
What helps us find a user group or meetup that's right for us? What keeps us coming back and helps us grow as a group? Is it possible to run a group with a shared leadership model?

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Growing by Sharing. Workshop at SGCAL

  1. 1. Growing by Sharing. Transitioning a Group to a Self-Directed Model. Dana Pylayeva, Mary Pratt
  2. 2. cc Turn and Talk: Who Is In The Room? 1. Choose a color of your sticker. 2. Turn to your neighbor and introduce yourself.
  3. 3. Co-organizer FounderAuthor Agile Coach, CSM, CSPO, CSP @DanaPylayeva dpylayeva@gmail.com Introduction to DevOps with Chocolate, LEGO and Scrum Game Dana Pylayeva NYC Scrum User Group Play4Agile North America Agile Coach Camp US 2017
  4. 4. Trained with Co-founder NYC Scrum User Group Blogger Agile Marketer, SVP, CSM, CSPO, PSM @Magwep magwep@gmail.com Mary Pratt Jeff Sutherland, Ken Schwaber, Lyssa Adkins, Jeff Patton, Luke Hohmann, Rob Purdie www.magwep.com
  5. 5. NYC Scrum User Group
  6. 6. Why Do We Come?
  7. 7. Six Group Needs Model “Extraordinary Groups: How Ordinary Teams Achieve Amazing Results” by Kathleen D. Ryan, Geoffrey M. Bellman Connected Changed, Energized Hopeful
  8. 8. He-he-he, I am here for free food, SEUs and dates!
  9. 9. Now It’s Your Turn! What made you join your learning community?
  10. 10. Why Do We Stay? Sense of community Celebrity Speakers Group Culture Social Capital of the Group
  11. 11. Now It’s Your Turn! What makes you stay with your user group?
  12. 12. How Do We Become a Team? 1. Forming 4. Performing 2. Storming 3. Norming Tuckman Stages of Group Development Can I Trust? Trust no one! Knowledge hoarding Knowledge hidden Knowledge sharing Synergy Collaboration Knowledge Creation
  13. 13. Forming Storming Norming Norming Storming Forming Performing Forming Heartbeat of a User Group
  14. 14. My worst user group nightmare Table Discussion
  15. 15. ccc Dealing With a Disruptive Behavior. Enough, Let’s Move On... Group Working Agreement
  16. 16. Now It’s Your Turn! What works in your group?
  17. 17. How do we step up?
  18. 18. Now It’s Your Turn! What worked for you?
  19. 19. How Do We Lead?
  20. 20. Charismatic Solo Leader Rob Purdie, Founder of NYC Scrum User Group
  21. 21. Pair Leadership Pair Leadership
  22. 22. Situational Leadership
  23. 23. Shared Leadership
  24. 24. Human Knot Game Now It’s Your Turn!
  25. 25. Human Knot Game with a Solo Leader 1. Stand in a circle. 2. Extend your Right Arm towards the center. Grab someone’s hand. 3. Extend your Left Arm towards the center. Grab a different person’s hand. 4. Follow the instructions of your solo leader to untangle.
  26. 26. Human Knot Game with a Pair Leaders 1. Stand in a circle. 2. Extend your Right Arm towards the center. Grab someone’s hand. 3. Extend your Left Arm towards the center. Grab a different person’s hand. 4. Follow the instructions of your pair leaders to untangle.
  27. 27. Human Knot Game with a Shared Leadership 1. Stand in a circle. 2. Extend your Right Arm towards the center. Grab someone’s hand. 3. Extend your Left Arm towards the center. Grab a different person’s hand. 4. Collaborate as a group to untangle.
  28. 28. Now It’s Your Turn! Lessons from the Human Knot Game
  29. 29. How Do We Grow? 2. Growing Learning Communities 1. Growing New Leaders Mihaly Csikszentmihaly “Flow: The Psychology of Optimal Experience”
  30. 30. Help Them Grow in The Flow!
  31. 31. Now It’s Your Turn! What worked in your groups?
  32. 32. My Aha! Moment From This Workshop
  33. 33. References • Kathleen D. Ryan, Geoffrey M. Bellman “Extraordinary Groups: How Ordinary Teams Achieve Amazing Results” • Jono Bacon “The Art of Community” • Mihaly Csikszentmihaly “Flow: The Psychology of Optimal Experience” • Michelle Malcher “User Group Leadership”

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