Selective awareness about Agile Leadership ...
Picture provided by Jurgen Appelo in a webinar this week. "I offered an additional dimension (transactional vs. transformational) to my 7 Levels of Delegation (which are part of Management 3.0). It enables a discussion of "context-dependence" versus "personal style and comfort space". I think I'm on to something here.", see https://shiftup.work/exclusive-explorer-events/. More to come about this topic, when the slides are finally available at Slideshare, https://www.slideshare.net/search/slideshow?searchfrom=header&q=shiftup
I did deliver my article for the Agile Blog at work today and agreed with a colleague to use the content as basis for an internal workshop with the management team. Doing a personal change with agile methods. On the way to agile leadership ...
Finally we had an external consultant today, who did give a presentation about Agile Leadership. Some topics below:
- Juergen Dittmar from Cocondi was the presenter, https://www.linkedin.com/in/juergendittmar/
- See the 14th State of Agile Report at https://stateofagile.com/home#
- Jeff Sutherland: “There is a lot of bad Scrum out there”, only 15% is okay, https://www.scrumalliance.org/community/profile/jsutherland
- Jurgen Appelo, https://jurgenappelo.com/
- “Manage the system, not the people”
- “To deal with changing goals, organizations must become shapeshifters”
- "See Leaders as Gardeners of the System, all work together in one garden"
- Companies are fast with training, process and organization changes, but the management involvement is missing
- It is all about CHANGE
- See an organization as a product, develop over time in several iterations
- Book: Peopleware: Productive Projects and Teams, Tom DeMarco
- LESS = Large Scale Scrum, https://less.works/less/framework/index
- Kurt Lewin, https://www.change-management-coach.com/kurt_lewin.html
- Scrum @ Scale,https://www.scrumalliance.org/get-certified/scaling/scrum@scale
- Nexus Framework, https://www.scrum.org/resources/nexus-guide