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ShuHaRi for the Agile employee

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At previous companies I have worked at, we had several pages for our personal development plan. Tens of pages where you needed to fill in all kinds of standardized questions. That activity short-circuited my head. How could a personal plan contain all those standard questions? That plan could never be personal.
This ineffective strategy led to my goal to develop an Agile assessment model which is personal, practical, visual and easy to understand and use. Here I will describe how I made my own plan and how you can go and create and use yours. Goal is to explain that large assessmentforms don't work but fast feedback and a visual workspace do!

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ShuHaRi for the Agile employee

  1. 1. ! Jeroen Molenaar Agile NCR 3–4-2014 ShuHaRi for the agile employee
  2. 2. JEROEN MOLENAAR ! Jobs! Consultant & Trainer at Xebia NL! ! Major Clients! ABN Amro, AEGON, Ahold, ING! ! Contact! Utrechtseweg 49! 1213 TL Hilversum! The Netherlands! 
 jmolenaar@xebia.com! 
 m +31 6 41 85 64 34! http://nl.linkedin.com/in/jmolenaar/
  3. 3. TIME TABLE • Intro to Shu Ha Ri • How are employees assed usually • Why is a yearly review less effective • What elements form agile can we use in assessments • How does a board look • Lets construct a ShuHaRi board • Closing and wrap up
  4. 4. SHUHARI
  5. 5. WHERE DID IT COME FROM?
  6. 6. WHAT DOES IT MEAN?
  7. 7. The teams follow the rules and gain experience AGILE SHU HA RI The teams apply and mix gained experience The teams create their own new techniques
  8. 8. USUAL ASSESSMENT
  9. 9. EVERY COMPANY HAS ONE
  10. 10. much explanation MANY PAGES loads of info / questions
  11. 11. Is every body the same? GENERAL / STANDARD QUESTIONS
  12. 12. EVERY YEAR december: talk about them with manager november: get them from drawer rest of year: keep them in a safe place
  13. 13. WHY??
  14. 14. WHY YEARLY IS INEFFECTIVE?
  15. 15. what techniques are popular in 6 months? THERE IS A LONG TIME IN BETWEEN know what the client wants next year? know how to prepare for that?
  16. 16. determines pay raise DONE WITH THE MANAGER will he/she be objective?
  17. 17. first you will be a junior tester PRESCRIPTIVE LEARNING PATH then you will be a senior tester last you need to be a (project manager)
  18. 18. most stay in a (digital) drawer ONLY LOOKED AT ONCE A YEAR
  19. 19. USABLE AGILE ELEMENTS
  20. 20. AGILE MANIFESTO VALUES Individuals and interactions over processes and tools Working software over comprehensive documentation Customer collaboration over contract negotiation Responding to change over following a plan
  21. 21. INDIVIDUALS
  22. 22. cooperate with peers INTERACTIONS communicate effectively
  23. 23. COLLABORATE
  24. 24. new techniques this year RESPOND TO CHANGE
  25. 25. PLAN OFTEN Dwight D. Eisenhower: ! In preparing for battle, I have always found that plans are useless but planning is indispensable.
  26. 26. when it still matters EARLY FEEDBACK
  27. 27. everything on the wall VISUAL MGT & TRANSPARANCY visible for everyone
  28. 28. BOARD THEORY
  29. 29. SHUHARI BOARD
  30. 30. 3 levels of professional THE RIGHT SIDE 1 for personal / work life balance
  31. 31. 1: coding / develop EXAMPLE DEVELOPER 2: agile scrum 3: consulting
  32. 32. 1. quality control EXAMPLE TESTER 2. agile / scrum 3. trainer
  33. 33. 1. agile / scrum EXAMPLE AGILE CONSULTANT 2. change manager / consultant 3. trainer
  34. 34. FULL STRUCTURE AGILE CONSULTANT Agile consultant Trainer People reading reflecting influence Solutions finding implementing check results Communications choosing communicatie follow up Work life Balance body rest/sleep move nutrition mind alone fun job awareness surroundings family say no ask help Agile & Scrum People reading reflecting influence Solutions finding implementing check results Communications choosing communicatie follow up Change agent People reading reflecting influence Solutions finding implementing check results Communications choosing communicatie follow up
  35. 35. PROFESSIONAL STRUCTURE
  36. 36. SUBJECTS ON PROFESSIONAL
  37. 37. PERSONAL STRUCTURE
  38. 38. SUBJECTS ON PERSONAL
  39. 39. keep the dialogue DON’T BE TOO SPECIFIC know what you are talking about
  40. 40. personal plan board THE LEFT SIDE track results use user stories and tasks put 1 balance item there
  41. 41. about your role MAKE A FEW USER STORIES As a tester I want to know about Tmap So I can work in teams where its applied
  42. 42. LETS MAKE A BOARD
  43. 43. STEP 1
  44. 44. 1. MAKE YOUR PROFESSIONAL MAINS
  45. 45. STEP 2
  46. 46. CREATE THE SUBJECTS
  47. 47. STRUCTURE
  48. 48. STEP 3
  49. 49. CREATE THE PERSONAL TREE work life balance
  50. 50. STRUCTURE
  51. 51. STEP 4
  52. 52. SCORE YOURSELF
  53. 53. STEP 5
  54. 54. CREATE A PLAN
  55. 55. diary POSIBLE ADD ON
  56. 56. WRAP UP
  57. 57. PLAN YOUR PEER SESSIONS
  58. 58. PRESENT 3 BOARDS
  59. 59. SHUHARI DEVELOPMENT IN 1 WORD
  60. 60. WHAT WILL YOU APPLY TOMORROW?

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