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Agile Coaching Canvas

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Think, build and share your coaching vision and plans with Agile Coaching Canvas

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Agile Coaching Canvas

  1. 1. FOCUSED AGILE COACHING Think, build and share your coaching vision and plans Alexey Krivitsky
  2. 2. Alexey krivitsky Cer$fied Scrum Trainer (CST) Cer$fied Large Scale Scrum (LeSS) Prac$$oner Developer (Java, .NET, RoR) ScrumMaster Agile Coach Scrum Trainer www.agiletrainings.eu/blog/
  3. 3. www.focusedagilecoaching.com
  4. 4. Part 1 WHY BIG VISIONS
  5. 5. What is your product? Product Techniques
  6. 6. Vision
  7. 7. Zero to Scrum Product Team around work Pull for Technical Excellence (initial DoD) Coaching delivery ...
  8. 8. Further Improvements Further Improvements Maturity Model Scrum Adoption Dynamics Ceremonial Scrum Emerging self- organization. Team starts owning the process True self- organization. Further Improvements are now possible “DO AGILE” “BE AGILE” Too many problems!
  9. 9. “We’re not there yet… This image is describing how we work now and where we want to go...”
  10. 10. ScrumMaster is … “Chief impediment remover” “Master of ceremonies” … Administrator Secretary Nanny An overhead person
  11. 11. Eliminate Waste You’ll be lean’ed “Dead ScrumMaster is useless ScrumMaster.”
  12. 12. Time-box yourself
  13. 13. Part 2 WHERE TO START?
  14. 14. Different Doors to Agile Technical excellence (XP way, Clean Code) Team collaboration coaching (Scrum) Customers (Story mapping, Lean UX, BDD) Systemic view (Kanban, Scaled frameworks)
  15. 15. Start with what you have
  16. 16. Focusing Areas Business and customer involvement Teamwork and team health Engineering and release processOrg evolution and maturity NAVIGATING
  17. 17. Exercise Navigating The Four Focusing Areas Look into each of the areas. 1.  Which ones requires your immediate attention? –  Remember and tell a real-life story illustrating that 2.  Which area has the most potential? 3.  How does the areas affect and influence each other? 4.  Which area can be used as a lever?
  18. 18. Part 3 DREAM ON
  19. 19. DEMO TIME
  20. 20. VISIONING SIGNSDREAMS BENEFITS Dreaming big
  21. 21. Coaching 101 Be curious. Really. As much as you can. Make it artificial. Fake it. Play it. Focus on the person. Let your curiosity guide you asking questions.
  22. 22. Exercise: Coach dreaming and visioning
  23. 23. Part 4 THINK YOUR JOURNEY
  24. 24. SKILLS DETAILING SUPPORT COACHINGTEACHING MENTORINGFACILITATING Detailing the path
  25. 25. Exercise: Coach for action items
  26. 26. Part 5 WRAP UP
  27. 27. Agile Coaching Canvas a multi-purpose tool Self-coaching 1:1 coaching dialogs - peer coaching - manager - coach Team activity (collective dreaming sessions)
  28. 28. Agile Coaching Canvas a multi-purpose tool Download materials at www.focusedagilecoaching.com

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