The Soup StoneCatalyst to Agile Adoption
Introduction                                      2Who am I               Remi-Armand Collaris                 Agile Facil...
Introduction   3Who am I
Introduction       4Scope of ScrumUP
IntroductionPlanning•   Introduction•   Warm Up•   Choice•   Fairytale – Part 1•   Theory•   Fairytale – Part 2•   Exercis...
IntroductionExercise               • Warm Up!
IntroductionChoice of theory
Fairytale –The Soup Stone 1
Rightshifting ModelBy Bob Marshall – the FlowchainSenseiflowchainsensei.wordpress.com
The Elephant and the RiderHow to motivate people for the hard changes
The Elephant and the RiderSources
The Elephant and the RiderThe Rider – Strengths and Weaknesses
The Elephant and the RiderThe Elephant – Strengths and Weaknesses
Fairytale –The Soup Stone 2
The Elephant and the RiderWorksheet
Rightshifting ModelExercise                      • Form groups of two participants                      • Pick an Agile pr...
Fairytale –The Soup Stone 3
Evaluation          Please evaluate my       presentation by using the       evaluation booklets which          you can fi...
More info: www.scrumup.com/soupstone   nl.linkedin.com/in/racollaris
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It is on debate how many Agile implementations fail, but quite a few do. What is holding organizations back? Is it fear or something else? How can I help my organization?

In this session we interactively investigated what motivates people to change their behavior, as this is the basis for organizational change. What can drive management and team members to become more Agile. And then there was the fairytale of the Soup Stone.

The objective of this session was to make participants more aware of the organizational environment they are in. They learned about the change model of the Elephlant and its Rider (from the book Switch) in a fun way. They used this model to inspire more effective ways of introducing new Agile practices.

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The Soup Stone - Catalyst to Agile Adoption

  1. 1. The Soup StoneCatalyst to Agile Adoption
  2. 2. Introduction 2Who am I Remi-Armand Collaris Agile Facilitator at Ordina nl.linkedin.com/in/racollaris
  3. 3. Introduction 3Who am I
  4. 4. Introduction 4Scope of ScrumUP
  5. 5. IntroductionPlanning• Introduction• Warm Up• Choice• Fairytale – Part 1• Theory• Fairytale – Part 2• Exercise• Fairytale – Part 3• Questions
  6. 6. IntroductionExercise • Warm Up!
  7. 7. IntroductionChoice of theory
  8. 8. Fairytale –The Soup Stone 1
  9. 9. Rightshifting ModelBy Bob Marshall – the FlowchainSenseiflowchainsensei.wordpress.com
  10. 10. The Elephant and the RiderHow to motivate people for the hard changes
  11. 11. The Elephant and the RiderSources
  12. 12. The Elephant and the RiderThe Rider – Strengths and Weaknesses
  13. 13. The Elephant and the RiderThe Elephant – Strengths and Weaknesses
  14. 14. Fairytale –The Soup Stone 2
  15. 15. The Elephant and the RiderWorksheet
  16. 16. Rightshifting ModelExercise • Form groups of two participants • Pick an Agile practice you would both like to introduce in your team but the team will probably resist. • TDD • Standing up at standup meetings • Pair programming • Relative estimation • Discuss what might be a good strategy for introducing it to your team using the worksheet as inspiration. • Do you have an Elephant problem, a Rider problem or an Environment problem? • What Strategy might help? • What Action could you take?
  17. 17. Fairytale –The Soup Stone 3
  18. 18. Evaluation Please evaluate my presentation by using the evaluation booklets which you can find in your conference bag. Thank you!
  19. 19. More info: www.scrumup.com/soupstone nl.linkedin.com/in/racollaris

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