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Scrum Master Career 2020 — Using Ecocycle Planning to Identify Opportunities

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Scrum Master career 2020: Last week, about 30 members of the Hands-on Agile community in Berlin came together to identify opportunities of personal and professional growth for the coming year, using Liberating Structures’ Ecocyle Planning in the process.

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Scrum Master Career 2020 — Using Ecocycle Planning to Identify Opportunities

  1. 1. #1 • Team up in pairs. • One is talking; the other one is listening. • Swap roles when you hear the gong. • Share your take on the question: “What challenges do you bring to this meetup, what can you give to your peers, and what do you hope to take away in return?” • Choose another partner when you hear “move on.” • Number of rounds: 3. • ⏰ 4 minutes/round.
  2. 2. #2 Who feels knowledgeable in Liberating Structures?
  3. 3. #3 So far, we have explored eleven Liberating Structures microstructures: • Impromptu Networking • 1-2-4-All • 15% Solution • Shift & Share • TRIZ • W3 • 25/10 Crowd Sourcing • Min Specs • Ecocycle Planning • Troika Consulting / Wise Crowds • Discovery and Action Dialog (DAD) • User Experience Fishbowl • Celebrity Interview Liberating Structures: Co-developed by Keith McCandless + Henri Lipmanowicz (www.liberatingstructures.com) Creative Commons License
  4. 4. #4a The Ecocyle Planning Liberating Structures: Ecocycle Planning Co-developed by Keith McCandless + Henri Lipmanowicz (www.liberatingstructures.com) Creative Commons License
  5. 5. #4b The Ecocyle Planning (2) An an individual: Create a list of activities, practices, tools, relationships, and training that helped shape your professional standing today. Use the worksheet for this purpose. ⏰ 10 minutes
  6. 6. #4c The Ecocyle Planning (3) Now, form pairs: Collaboratively, decide on the placement of each of your issues on the Ecocycle worksheet. ⏰ 10 minutes
  7. 7. #4d The Ecocyle Planning (4) Next, team up with another pair: Again, collaboratively, decide on the placement of each of your issues on the Ecocycle worksheet. Eliminate redundancies. ⏰ 10 minutes
  8. 8. #4e The Ecocyle Planning (5) As a group of four: Transfer your remaining issues onto stickies and place all of them on the large Ecocycle symbol. Cluster w/ other stickies of the same nature/topic while doing so. ⏰ 15 minutes
  9. 9. #4f The Ecocyle Planning (6) Step back to digest the patterns and ask yourself: What activities do we need to creatively destroy (#1) or stop to move forward (#2)? What activities do we need to expand (#3) or start to move forward (#4)? (In other words: is the pattern “right?”) ⏰ 15 minutes
  10. 10. #4g The Ecocyle Planning (7) In small groups: Create for all activities in the Rigidity Trap first action steps. Create for all activities in the Poverty Trap first action steps. Discuss all activities where there is no consensus and create first action steps—if possible. ⏰ 10 minutes
  11. 11. #4h The Ecocyle Planning (8) All: Let’s use Shift & Share and present every group’s findings. ⏰ 15 minutes
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  15. 15. Contact Information Stefan Wolpers Email: stefan@age-of-product.com Blog: Age-of-Product.com Company: Berlin Product People GmbH Newsletter: https://age-of-product.com/subscribe (Join 24,500 peers) Slack: https://hands-onagile.slack.com/ (Join 6,400 peers) Twitter 1: @StefanW Twitter 2: @AgeOfProduct

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