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The Agile Leader's Role - Global Scrum Gathering Orlando 2016 Executive Breakfast -Sanjiv Augustine

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Sanjiv Augustine covers the three anchors of the Agile Leader's Role:
-People Operations
-Self-Management
-Personal presence

and introduces the Agile Leadership Academy!
http://www.agileleadershipacademy.com

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The Agile Leader's Role - Global Scrum Gathering Orlando 2016 Executive Breakfast -Sanjiv Augustine

  1. 1. Introducing the Agile Leadership AcademyTM
  2. 2. Sanjiv Augustine • President of LitheSpeed, LLC, and Founder of The Agile LeadershipAcademyTM • Executive Management Consultant andTrainer • Experience: 26 years industry, 16 years of Agile, 13 years of Lean • Specialties: Agile, Lean, Innovation • Practitioner, entrepreneur, consultant, trainer, author, speaker and community organizer About Me 2
  3. 3. We live in an age of creative destruction… 3 Source: http://www.innosight.com/innovation-resources/strategy-innovation/upload/creative- destruction-whips-through-corporate-america_final2012.pdf
  4. 4. …that is clearly accelerating. Per current trends, 75% of the S&P 500 will be replaced by 2027. 4 Source: http://www.innosight.com/innovation-resources/strategy-innovation/upload/creative- destruction-whips-through-corporate-america_final2012.pdf
  5. 5. With some able to achieve astounding growth. Nest, Acquired by Google for $3.2B Southwest Airlines, $421MM 2012 Net Income, Profitable for 40+Years W.L. Gore, $3 BB Revenue
  6. 6. What’s their “Secret Sauce?” • To survive and thrive, leaders must simultaneously create, operate and trade*. • That is, build new offerings and trade existing ones at the pace of the market, without losing control. • Does the solution lie in combining Lean with Agile to run customer-focused experiments in a controlled, disciplined fashion? 6 *Source: http://www.innosight.com/innovation-resources/strategy-innovation/upload/creative- destruction-whips-through-corporate-america_final2012.pdf
  7. 7. Who’s Adopted Agile? Companies large & small, across industries. • AOL • Blizzard • BMC Software • Boeing • British Telecom • Business Week • Capital One • CCP Games • CDC • Cognizant • CSC • DoD • DTE Energy • EPA • General Dynamics • Google • Halliburton • Marriott • Microsoft • National Geographic • Nationwide • Nike • OPower • Primavera • Samsung • Shell • Siemens • USAA • US Intelligence Agencies • USCIS • US PTO • US Veterans Affairs • Walmart • Westinghouse Nuclear • Yahoo! • Large and small companies across industries • Public and private sectors • Life- and mission-critical projects • Collocated and distributed teams • IT departments, product companies, consultancies • Software and non-software projects Today: Agile is Wide, but not Always Deep 7
  8. 8. So, Let’s Build on Agile via The Lean Enterprise • Lean focus on people and teamwork at every level • Experimental problem-solving, by exploring solutions, testing assumptions, and getting feedback from real users • Leading and managing large-scale programs in a way that empowers employees, increases the speed and quality of delivery, and lowers costs • Implement DevOps and Lean Startup concepts, even in complex, regulated environments FromThe Lean Enterprise, Jez Humble, Joanne Molesky and Barry O’Reilly
  9. 9. …and let’s transition ourselves via Agile Leadership The Agile Leader’s Role: • People Operations – Clear the Space • Self-Management – Manage Systems, Coach People • Personal Presence – Lead with Purpose
  10. 10. The Agile Leader’s Role: People Operations Clear the Space: • OpenWorkspace • FlexibleWorkhours • OpenVacation • Fair Rewards,Team Profit Sharing • Mastery through Flow and Deliberate Practice
  11. 11. The Agile Leader’s Role: Self-Management Manage Systems, Coach People: • Mission as Boss • Visual Management Systems • Lean Discipline, Standard Work • No Hierarchy, AutonomousTeams • Focus on Personal Development & Individual Responsibility
  12. 12. The Agile Leader’s Role: Personal Presence Lead with Purpose: •Connect to Self •Mindfulness •Connect with Others •Ask for Feedback •Connect to Place •Understand Larger Systems and Forces
  13. 13. Join the Agile Leadership AcademyTM • 4 Quarterly Sessions • Foundations of Lean andAgile Leadership • June 13-14, 2016, Herndon, VA • ScalingAgility • Lean Product Management & Design • Business Agility • PersonallyTailored Projects • SiteVisits • Mentoring • ALA Certified GraduateTM aligns with newly launched CertifiedAgile Leader.
  14. 14. Agile Leadership AcademyTM Ambassadors
  15. 15. Team Coaching Credential 1 (Education) Credential 2 (Practice) Enterprise Coaching Scrum Alliance’s Certified Agile Leadership Practice Foundational Education Continuing Education Certified Agile LeadershipNEW! NEW!
  16. 16. 16 My Contact Information Sanjiv Augustine President Sanjiv.Augustine@LitheSpeed.com Twitter: @AgileAcad, @saugustine, @lithespeed On the Web: http://www.agileleadershipacademy.com http://www.lithespeed.com http://www.senseitool.com More details about the Agile Leadership AcademyTM at the LitheSpeed Booth!

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