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Scrum Clinic Amsterdam 2010

  1. 1. Scrum Clinic A report by Sigi Kaltenecker LOOP Organisationsberatung GmbH www.loop-beratung.at
  2. 2. Once upon a time in Shanghai… … a vulcano in Iceland hindered arrivals
  3. 3. Scrum Clinic Innovation driven by (flight) crisis A new, self-Organized format was born
  4. 4. Meet more people through focused conversations, where everyone can contribute, from the more experienced to beginners Demonstrate the value of coaching Provide value by getting answers to pressing issues Group context creates a rich experience of dialogue & information sharing The purpose: why Scrum Clinic?
  5. 5. Revival of Clinic & new experiments Scrum Gathering Amsterdam 2010
  6. 6. Two facilitators per topic per session - need 20 facilitators per session Invite “Certified Scrum Coaches” to take on this role, have it emerge in the groups 10 groups at one session, 3 sessions, 50 min per session Written summary of each group (one flip) to be displayed in a gallery in the break room Our plan
  7. 7. Preparation: to do´s Define roles: doctors, patients, visitors, nurses Clarify how to gather & prioritize topics Assign doctors, clarify roleplay, set the stage Build team of nurses, i.e. large group facilitators
  8. 8. (Virtual) Organization & team building
  9. 9. Preparation: design for facilitators
  10. 10. Preparation: room layout
  11. 11. Room layout
  12. 12. The 1st f2f meeting of nurses
  13. 13. Setting the stage: opening & story
  14. 14. The rules
  15. 15. The marketplace
  16. 16. The first session
  17. 17. Consolidating insights
  18. 18. 2 more rounds Sessions, documentation, „gallery“ breaks
  19. 19. Reflecting team: Doctors´ Learning
  20. 20. Retrospective: doctors & nurses
  21. 21. ??? Alignment of small & large group facilitators Metaphors: no more doctors, stick to agile coaches/agile facilitators! Time-slot: the third day is actually the worst option for an open-space-like format. Lessons learned: Sigi´s point of view (TOP 3) +++ Mindful preparation Awesome pair coaching Many learning loops: sessions, minutes, fish bowl, retrospective
  22. 22. Special thanks to my co-creators, organizers, facilitators & picture providers: Peter Hundermark Gerry Kirk Björn Jensen Bent Myllerup Andrea Tomasini Jürgen Hoffmann Bob Sarni Ralph Miarka

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