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Angel Diaz-Maroto: Leading self-managed teams

Angel Diaz-Maroto: Leading self-managed teams

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Angel Diaz-Maroto: Leading self-managed teams

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  1. 1. Leading self-managed teams B Y A N G E L D I A Z - M A R O T O www.dmagilecoaching.com
  2. 2. Promises www.dmagilecoaching.com
  3. 3. Of course the requirements are completely clear
  4. 4. ··· I don't know what is this guy talking about ···
  5. 5. You will have it next Monday!
  6. 6. I'll take care personally
  7. 7. I'm a true leader
  8. 8. ... on Monday .... www.dmagilecoaching.com
  9. 9. You'r not committed!
  10. 10. "Agile is a great way to stop breaking promises." Angel Diaz-Maroto
  11. 11. Leadership ? www.dmagilecoaching.com
  12. 12. Leadership: Ability of an individual to influence a system taking care of a purpose. Angel Diaz-Maroto
  13. 13. "Scrum Teams are self-organizing ... Self-organizing teams choose how best to accomplish their work, rather than being directed by others ..." Scrum guide 2017
  14. 14. Self-Organization ? www.dmagilecoaching.com
  15. 15. Organizing: make arrangements or preparations for an event or activity. Angel Diaz-Maroto
  16. 16. "Scrum Teams are ... self-managing, meaning they internally decide who does what, when, and how." Scrum guide 2020
  17. 17. Self-Management ? www.dmagilecoaching.com
  18. 18. Management: Planning, follow up and control of activities directed to achieve a specific result. Angel Diaz-Maroto
  19. 19. Self-Management ? www.dmagilecoaching.com
  20. 20. The team is not committed to my GOAL!
  21. 21. Commitment www.dmagilecoaching.com
  22. 22. knowledge leverage www.dmagilecoaching.com
  23. 23. Trust www.dmagilecoaching.com
  24. 24. Naive Trust vs. Informed trust www.dmagilecoaching.com
  25. 25. Nurture a team that fulfil their promises. www.dmagilecoaching.com
  26. 26. Building Impeccable teams www.dmagilecoaching.com
  27. 27. New type of commitment www.dmagilecoaching.com
  28. 28. Commitment to complete the task assigned to me by my boss Commitment to deliver a "Done" product increment that is valuable to the customer Reformulate the decisional boundaries to be coherent with the new type of commitment
  29. 29. It is not coherent to acquire a commitment when the factors associated with it are not controlled by the one who commits. www.dmagilecoaching.com
  30. 30. Coherence www.dmagilecoaching.com
  31. 31. CARE Results Commitment Conversation Actions The anatomy of actions
  32. 32. Evoke transformation www.dmagilecoaching.com
  33. 33. Leadership Trust fulfilled promises Articulated promises Impeccable teams The anatomy of Trust
  34. 34. Lead with consciousness and intention www.dmagilecoaching.com
  35. 35. Articulate promises for self-management www.dmagilecoaching.com
  36. 36. 1) Articulate the GOAL Relevant (Care) Clear Representation of the future Conditions of satisfaction Accepted
  37. 37. www.dmagilecoaching.com
  38. 38. 1) Articulate the GOAL in Scrum Relevant (Sprint Goal - Commitment -) Clear Representation of the future (Refinement, User Stories) Conditions of satisfaction (Acceptance Criteria) Accepted (Sprint planning)
  39. 39. 2) Ensure the required level of ABILITY Know (knowledge) Can (authority & instruments) Development Level (Experience)
  40. 40. www.dmagilecoaching.com
  41. 41. 2) Ensure the required level of ABILITY in Scrum Know (Refinement, Spikes) Can (impediment removal, "protection") Development Level (retrospective, SM leadership)
  42. 42. 3) Define clear BOUNDARIES Common understanding of context Client / Executor Time limits
  43. 43. www.dmagilecoaching.com
  44. 44. 3) Define clear BOUNDARIES in Scrum Common understanding of context (rules of Scrum, DoD) Client / Executor (Stakeholders, Sprint Review) Time limits (Sprint, TimeBox)
  45. 45. 4) Hold commitment Raise awareness (if commitment is in danger) Celebrate (if commitment is fulfilled) Instruct to repair & correct (if commitment is broken)
  46. 46. www.dmagilecoaching.com
  47. 47. 4) Hold commitment in Scrum Raise awareness (Daily Scrum) Celebrate (Sprint Review, Sprint Retrospective) Instruct to repair & correct (Sprint Review, Sprint Retrospective)
  48. 48. Articulating promises GOAL ABILITY BOUNDARIES Hold commitment
  49. 49. Commitments in Scrum Product Backlog -> Product Goal Sprint Backlog -> Sprint Goal Increment -> Definition of Done
  50. 50. New level of decisions, coherent with a level of commitment www.dmagilecoaching.com
  51. 51. Self-organization?
  52. 52. What if the team doesn't fulfil their commitment? www.dmagilecoaching.com
  53. 53. You'r not committed!
  54. 54. Repair & Correct so it doesn't happen again www.dmagilecoaching.com
  55. 55. What if the team doesn't fulfil their promise again? www.dmagilecoaching.com
  56. 56. Reformulate the promise, something is missing www.dmagilecoaching.com
  57. 57. Promises www.dmagilecoaching.com
  58. 58. Certified Scrum Trainer (CST) Certified Enterprise Coach (CEC) & Certified Agile Leadership Educator (CALE) by the Scrum Alliance. Professional Certified Coach (PCC) DM AGILE COACHING Founder, coach & trainer ANGEL DIAZ MAROTO @angeldiazmaroto Follow my Angel Diaz Maroto

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