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Agile sustainability agile 2012 - di fabio-neumann-0

  1. 1. Keeping  the   Dream  Alive Keys to Agile Sustainability©2012 Susan DiFabio and Dan Neumann
  2. 2. We   Ware   E ER Agile! Sustainability beyond the transition.©2012 Susan DiFabio and Dan Neumann
  3. 3. Culture Management Metrics ©2012 Susan DiFabio and Dan Neumann
  4. 4. Organizational  Culture   or   “How  we  do  things  ‘round  here” ©2012 Susan DiFabio and Dan Neumann
  5. 5. Organizational  Cultures Collaboration Control -­‐‑Team  Focused -­‐‑Authoritative -­‐‑Participative -­‐‑Prescriptive Collaboration Control -­‐‑Trusting -­‐‑Hierarchical -­‐‑Diverse -­‐‑Standards  Oriented Cultivation Competence -­‐‑Personal -­‐‑Standard  SeMing -­‐‑Nurturing -­‐‑Task  Driven Cultivation Competence -­‐‑Inspirational -­‐‑Efficient -­‐‑Subjective -­‐‑Objective From  The  Reengineering  Alternative  by  William  E.  Schneider ©2012 Susan DiFabio and Dan Neumann
  6. 6. Unit  Testing Mandate itProfessional Pride©2012 Susan DiFabio and Dan Neumann
  7. 7. Work  With  The  Culture Easy:  customer  collaboration Easy:  prescribing  Agile  processes Hard:  imposing  new  practices   Hard:  team  empowerment Potentiality                                                Actuality Collaboration Control Personal                                                  Impersonal Cultivation Competence Easy:  valuing  people Easy:  valuing  quality Hard:  Focus,  time-­‐‑boxes Hard:  humility;  simplicity ©2012 Susan DiFabio and Dan Neumann Schneider  Culture  Model
  8. 8. Other  Cultures ©2012 Susan DiFabio and Dan Neumann
  9. 9. Organizational  Cultures Collaboration Control -­‐‑Team  Focused -­‐‑Authoritative -­‐‑Participative -­‐‑Prescriptive Collaboration Control -­‐‑Trusting -­‐‑Hierarchical -­‐‑Diverse -­‐‑Standard  Oriented Cultivation Competence -­‐‑Personal -­‐‑Standard  SeMing -­‐‑Nurturing -­‐‑Task  Driven Cultivation Competence -­‐‑Inspirational -­‐‑Efficient -­‐‑Subjective -­‐‑Objective From  The  Reengineering  Alternative  by  William  E.  Schneider ©2012 Susan DiFabio and Dan Neumann
  10. 10.   Breakout  Session   Each culture has its strengths.In this breakout, explore how to use the culture’sstrengths to sustain the Agile transition.1.  What is your organization’s culture?2.  What are its strengths?3.  What Agile sustainability tactics fit the culture?4.  What Agile sustainability tactics clash with the culture? ©2012 Susan DiFabio and Dan Neumann
  11. 11. Set  Teams  Up  For  Success ©2012 Susan DiFabio and Dan Neumann
  12. 12. Executives All  In Managers Teams ©2012 Susan DiFabio and Dan Neumann
  13. 13. High Performance Connection to the Org. Information About the Access to Expertise Material Support Work Real Team Real PurposeCourtesy of Esther Derby:http://www.estherderby.com/2011/11/miss-the-start-miss-the-end.html 13
  14. 14. ©2012 Susan DiFabio and Dan Neumann
  15. 15. Breakout  Session   Managers and executives are key in Agile sustainability.In this breakout, explore how management creates realteam and real purpose.Consider the teams you work with.1.  What has management done to ensure “Real Teams”?2.  What could be improved?3.  What has management done to ensure “Real Purpose”?4.  What could be improved? ©2012 Susan DiFabio and Dan Neumann
  16. 16. Measure   For  Information ©2012 Susan DiFabio and Dan Neumann
  17. 17. ©2012 Susan DiFabio and Dan Neumann
  18. 18. Information vs. Metrics People know they are being Evaluation monitoredOutcome vs. Balance Process Trends vs. Who is the right Targets audience?©2012 Susan DiFabio and Dan Neumann
  19. 19. Breakout  Session     Measurement can lead to unintended consequences.In this breakout, explore the effect of measurement inyour organization.Consider a metric you use.•  What is its intended purpose?•  What potential unintended behaviors could it foster?•  How else might you realize the original purpose? ©2012 Susan DiFabio and Dan Neumann
  20. 20. Culture Management Metrics ©2012 Susan DiFabio and Dan Neumann
  21. 21. Contact  Us Susan DiFabioSKDiFabio@gmail.com@SKDiFabiowww.linkedin.com/in/SusanDiFabioDan Neumann http://www.neumanagementllc.comDan@NeuManagementLLC.com@Dan_SBwww.linkedin.com/in/MeetDanNeumann 21

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