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  • Distributed Agile in Large Scale Teams

    John Okoro (Auspicious Agile) &Hugo Messer (Ekipa.co) &Savita Pahuja

  • Agenda

    Kahoot: test your knowledge

    Introduction to our Distributed Agile Approach

    Using Agile Scaling Approaches with Distributed Teams

    How leadership impacts distributed Enterprise Agile teams

  • What is Distributed

  • What is Distributed

  • Test Your Distributed Knowledge!

    Facilitated by Savita Pahuja

  • Introduction to the Distributed Agile Approach

    Making distributed agile work is a balancing act, pushing the right buttons at the right time

    There is no path to success Our Approach gives guidance for all levels

  • Our Distributed Agile Approach

  • Within each bubble, we provide:

    Questions: analyze your pain points Virtues: spread the right behavior

    Practices: implement stuff

    Introduction to the Distributed Agile Method

  • Questions Do we have an 'us versus them' paradigm? How does each culture perceive hierarchy? How much 'self organisation' do we expect?

    Culture: Questions

  • US versus THEM

    Us versus Them

  • Self organisation

  • Culture: Virtues

    Empathy: accept differences, 'jam' with them Openness: discussing the impact of cultural

    differences Awareness: becoming aware of the differences

  • Culture: Practices

  • Empathy Plan

  • The culture Canvas

  • Distributed Agile Scaling

    There are many Agile scaling methods today

    LESS, SAFe, Disciplined Agile 2, RAGE, NEXUS, SoS,

    They do a good job of teaching us approaches to use Agile in the enterprise

    What they dont teach us is how to work as a distributed team

    In the most recent State of Agile survey 86% said they had at least some distributed Agile teams

  • Shu Ha Ri & Distributed Agile @ Scale

    When using an Agile Scaling Framework with distributed teams the framework should be Shu

    The framework should provide guidance, but the organization should evolve beyond the guidance

  • Selecting a Framework that works distributed

  • Organization Virtues to Consider

    Virtues Agility: keeping an open mind in respect to models; avoid bureaucracy

    Self organization: let teams figure out stuff

    Collocated teams are simpler

    Direct access to stakeholders: avoid the middle man (a product owner facilitates team-user interaction instead of being 'in between', no team leads, no hierarchy)

    wiki is key; sharing knowledge, visions, feedback using the right tools

    Cross-functional teams at different locations

    Aligned agile transformation vision at different locations

  • Some Examples from a SAFe Case Study

    Accenture SAFe Case Study gives some good examples of how one might distribute teams at scale

    might be good to not call it case study, so we leave in the middle whether we were involved in this or not. I think it would be strongest to have a case that we were part of, but unfortunately I

  • Some Examples from a SAFe Case Study

    Virtue - Cross-functional teams at different locations

    iS there a way for us to link our virtues or practices on leadership directly to the case study? Otherwise people might not see the connection between our story and the case?

    Good idea - I will add some virtues

  • Some Examples from a SAFe Case Study

    Virtue: Collocated teams are simpler Virtue - Self organization: let teams figure out stuff

  • Some Examples from a SAFe Case Study

    Virtue: Direct access to stakeholders: avoid the middle man

  • Some Examples from a SAFe Case Study

    Virtue: Agility: keeping an open mind in respect to models; avoid bureaucracy

  • Leadership and the Distributed Agile Team

  • Leadership and the Distributed Agile Team

  • Leadership and the Distributed Agile Team

  • Leadership and the Distributed Agile Team

    Questions

    Is there a common leadership team / structure across the different team locations?

    Does the leadership culture reward and value collaboration?

    Is decision making delegated to the lowest practical level in the distributed Agile organization?

    Is leadership empowering and encouraging of distributed Agile teams?

    Do Agile teams trust their organizational leaders and believe that they say what they mean and mean what they say?

    Does the organizations leadership cast a clear vision and strategic themes / imperatives that are shared with and known by all team members in all locations?

  • Leadership and the Distributed Agile Team

    Practices

    A Lean / Agile servant leadership approach

    Empower distributed Agile teams to deliver value

    Allow those close to the work to make relevant decisions about their day to day work

    Cast clear organizational and product vision for Agile teams, so that teams can enjoy a high level of alignment and autonomy

    Funding and allocating budgets to distributed Agile teams to "spend" on their product backlogs

    When there are multiple Product Owners across locations use a Product Management Group or Chief Product Owner and "Delegate Product Owner" structure to align them

  • Distributed Agile Scaling

    Virtues Empowerment: motivate people to self-organize and take decisions Servant leadership: mentor and coach instead of control Share: openly share vision and strategy across locations Trust: Make mutual trust between distributed teams and leaders a

    centrepiece of the working relationship (no us vs them) Evaluate and Reward: Team progress and contribution toward

    organizational goals across all distributed Agile team locations Growth Mindset instead of Fixed Mindset: Ability to lead distributed

    Agile teams and empower the teams to continuously learn

  • Thanks!

    Check out our GitBook at and provide your comments and input- gitbook.com/book/hugomesser/distributed-agile-how-teams-work-across-the-globe/details

    Hugo Messer - Ekipa http://ekipa.co

    John Okoro - Auspicious Agile @AuspiciousAgile (Twitter) www.auspiciousagile.com https://www.facebook.com/AuspiciousAgile/

    Arjan Franzen

    Savita Pahuja

    http://gitbook.com/book/hugomesser/distributed-agile-how-teams-work-across-the-globe/detailshttp://ekipa.co.id/

  • Appendix

  • Distributed Agile Scaling

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  • Questions How does 'team' relate to 'organogram/hierarchy'?

    What's the DNA of our team (why, what, how)?

    Are we doing retrospectives?

  • Virtues learning oriented organization, (not power or truth (bureaucratic))

    management coaches teams, does not direct them

    Retrospect

    Good connection between team members

  • Practices