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Łukasz Aziukiewicz
Organize your SM and PO
development
Agile by Example 2016
Setting up pairs
2
● Junior and senior
● Always 1x1
● People likely to get along well
Kick off
3
● Share expectations
● Set learning goals
● Set up rules e.g. schedule,
AMA, Vegas
Variety of session types
4
● Topic and format set in advance
○ Mini-workshop/training
○ Supervision & Feedback
○ Current t...
Feedback
5
● Feedback during sessions
● Overall retrospective
● Next steps
Key success factors
6
● A vibe and trust between the
mentor and mentee
● Willingness on boths sides
● Regularity
● Diversi...
Outcomes/Conclusions
7
● 3 months to increase skills
● People feel supported
● Mentors learn as well as mentees
● A knowle...
THANK YOU!
8
Contact:
Łukasz Aziukiewicz
lukasz.aziukiewicz@stxnext.pl
@aziuk_l
Icons made by Freepik from www.flaticon.com are licensed by Creative Commons BY 3.0
Image credits
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  1. 1. Łukasz Aziukiewicz Organize your SM and PO development Agile by Example 2016
  2. 2. Setting up pairs 2 ● Junior and senior ● Always 1x1 ● People likely to get along well
  3. 3. Kick off 3 ● Share expectations ● Set learning goals ● Set up rules e.g. schedule, AMA, Vegas
  4. 4. Variety of session types 4 ● Topic and format set in advance ○ Mini-workshop/training ○ Supervision & Feedback ○ Current team issues ○ Coaching session ● Have a “menu” of topics ● Find balance between the
  5. 5. Feedback 5 ● Feedback during sessions ● Overall retrospective ● Next steps
  6. 6. Key success factors 6 ● A vibe and trust between the mentor and mentee ● Willingness on boths sides ● Regularity ● Diversity of sessions ● Being prepared ● Action points
  7. 7. Outcomes/Conclusions 7 ● 3 months to increase skills ● People feel supported ● Mentors learn as well as mentees ● A knowledge base is easily created ● Having a structure helped us achieve those
  8. 8. THANK YOU! 8 Contact: Łukasz Aziukiewicz lukasz.aziukiewicz@stxnext.pl @aziuk_l
  9. 9. Icons made by Freepik from www.flaticon.com are licensed by Creative Commons BY 3.0 Image credits 9

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