Successfully reported this slideshow.
We use your LinkedIn profile and activity data to personalize ads and to show you more relevant ads. You can change your ad preferences anytime.

R.Boyd-C.Dorrington-The-journey-to-servant-leadership

60 views

Published on

  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

R.Boyd-C.Dorrington-The-journey-to-servant-leadership

  1. 1. the journey to servant leadership
  2. 2. The servant-leader is servant first... It begins with the natural feeling that one wants to serve, to serve first.
  3. 3. who are we? Bob Boyd robert.boyd@foxsports.com.au Agile Coach Chris Dorrington chris.dorrington@ir.com. Development Manager
  4. 4. today’s outcomes No mountain is unclimbable Tools for analysing team dysfunctions Tips for removing hard to see obstacles Taking advantage of bad situations How to create a team of leaders
  5. 5. what we are talking about Manager Vs Servant Leader Manager as Servant Leader
  6. 6. initiating events First scrum project2008-2009 All teams now scrum2010 Productivity boost . 300% Ten teams2015
  7. 7. initiating events Why the need for change ?
  8. 8. team leader change scrum master team lead 0% 20% 80% developer BEFORE 15% 5%80%GOAL
  9. 9. results on the change 1 full time scrum master 1 full time team lead 8 team lead / developer
  10. 10. I’m very good as Team Lead, why on earth should I change? the opinion Chris
  11. 11. Power
  12. 12. TIME PERFORMANCE Great achievement.
  13. 13. the offer to help “You’re welcome to join us, we have a spare seat…”
  14. 14. bob’s offer “Don’t know” Chris “Don’t know, we have Chris” Team members “What do you want from me?” Bob
  15. 15. what holds the team back Product Owner PO’s stories Little or no customer contact Noisy neighbours in the office Management borrowing people from team Lacking quality checklist, No refactoring Don’t know New people joining team
  16. 16. first two weeks Chris was either Scrum Master or Dev or TL not all three he didn’t want the job. what’s the path to better team? Servant Leadership
  17. 17. servant leader attributes Chris picked ‘empowerment’ ListeningTeaching Stewardship Appreciation of others Visibility Vision Communication Honesty and Integrity ServiceEmpowerment
  18. 18. steps to empower Don’t make the decisions… …But ensure the decisions are being made Ask “what do you think?”
  19. 19. cause and effect
  20. 20. cause and effect Subtle things that empowering the team will change Big pictures are made of many small things
  21. 21. broken builds This was a problem. “It’s not a problem” Chris
  22. 22. team tea (and cake) help them solve their own problems listen to their tech speak
  23. 23. standup dissection the positions of power command & control
  24. 24. the result?
  25. 25. TIME PERFORMANCE Great leadership.
  26. 26. today’s outcomes No mountain is unclimbable Tools for analysing team dysfunctions Tips for removing hard to see obstacles Taking advantage of bad situations How to create a team of leaders
  27. 27. Intent based leadership
  28. 28. Thanks for listening! The servant-leader is servant first... It begins with the natural feeling that one wants to serve, to serve first.

×