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  • Agile Leadership: The Quest for Creating High-

    Performing Organizations FedAgile 2016

    Presented By Stacey Louie

    slouie@brattoninc.com www.hyperdriveagile.com

  • Former CIO/ CTO of Verisk Analytics, ComplianceEase, Stewart Technology

    Product Management at Oracle Led Product Management, Software

    Development, Network Operations, DevOps, and PMO

    Stacey Louie Enterprise Agile Coach and Trainer slouie@brattoninc.com @epicstart

  • Who Are You?

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  • Why is Agile Important?

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  • How Do We Get There?

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  • What is an Agile Organization?

    Why it exists For whom it exists for Has the expertise to accomplish that task Has the ability to adapt to change for the

    purpose of improving performance

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  • Strategy Market/ Channels Vision Innova6on Partners Revenue/ Cost/ Profit Investment Por
  • How are teams and Agile related?

    Where does one end and the other start?

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    Think of a team that you were a part of that worked well. Maybe even a top performer. What made it great?

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    2009

    Do we need Managers?

    2002

    We dont need managers! 2012

    What makes great teams?

    2015

    Lets tell the world about this!

    1998

    Google Founded!

    PROJECT ARISOTLE

    PROJECT OXYGEN

  • 1 Team members feel safe to take risks andbe vulnerable in front of each other.

    PROJECT OXYGEN Oxygen 8 Behaviors for Great Managers

    2 Empowers team and does not micromanage.

    3 Expresses interest/ concern for team members success and well-being.

    4 Is productive and results-oriented.

    5 Is a good communicator listens and shares information.

    6 Helps with career development.

    7 Has clear vision/ strategy for the team.

    8 Has key technical skills that help him/ her advise team.www.hyperdriveagile.com

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    Psychological Safety1 Team members feel safe to take risks and

    be vulnerable in front of each other.

    DependabilityTeam members get things done on time and

    meet Googles high bar for excellence.

    2

    Structure & ClarityTeam members have clear roles,

    plans, and goals.

    3

    MeaningWork is personally important to

    team members.

    4

    ImpactTeam members think their work matters

    and creates change.

    5

    What causes GREAT teams?

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    Lessons Learned Agile amplifies other

    practices including innovation.

    Measure progress and make it open & visible.

    Engage Leadership continuously

    Agile is not IT alone its Business & Product too!

    Agile was calibrated Shared common cadence. Agile developed as a

    capability supported by an Agile Practice.Structure value by products not Projects.

    The environment mattered. Senior Leaders had roles. Frequent collaboration

    everywhere.

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  • What Does Agile Leadership Look like?

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    Agile Leadership is it bigger than

    sohware? Is it bigger than we think?

  • Leader- Leader Marquets sought to use intent as a

    method to enable ownership. Pillars to transfer control: Competency Clarity

  • Intent-Based Leadership 1. People to feel valued and

    proud of being a part of something bigger than themselves

    2. People to know the organization's goals and thoughtfully contribute toward their accomplishment

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  • Intent-Based Leadership 3. Push control and decision-

    making down the organization where people take responsibility and have the authority to rise to the occasion.

    4. The organization's success be on the shoulders of all people and not simply the "leaders.

    5. Leaders to be at all levels. Captain David Marquet and Stephen Covey

  • Intent-Based Leadership In Agile, where can

    you apply intent based leadership?

    What holds you back? What can you do to

    improve your situation?

    Intent-Based Leadership Principles

    1. People to feel valued and proud of being a part of something bigger than themselves

    2. People to know the organization's goals and thoughtfully contribute toward their accomplishment

    3. Push control and decision-making down the organization where people take responsibility and have the authority to rise to the occasion.

    4. The organization's success be on the shoulders of all people and not simply the "leaders.

    5. Leaders to be at all levels.

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    In High School Coaching Massive turnover (50% or more every year). Immature & undisciplined. Part-6me focus. They are in School. No Experience Youre not the boss (parents are) The kids think they know more than you And those teenage hormones

    Bob Ladouceur, Coach of the De La Salle Spartans Started focusing on the kids and their growth and

    not the winning the game itself. Started winning streak for 151 games (12 years). Finally lost to a team who had duplicated the

    Spartans DNA they copied Coach Lad!

  • We measure our success by how well

    we have embraced the essence of

    accountability and commitment and the

    relationships that spawns.

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    - Coach Bob Ladouceur, De La Salle Spartans

  • Lessons Learned Amplify a players

    motivation. Hold managers to a high

    bar of performance and knowledge.

    Values and process dictate culture and results.

    Let players care for each other.

    Be disciplined and expect discipline.

    Coach and develop the players.

    Everyone committed and accountable to each other.

    Practice practice practice. Expect quality. Build bonds across

    organization.

  • Commitment Cards 1.Game Goal. 2.Practice Goal.3.Conditioning Goal.

    Where can you apply this in your organization?

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  • What do core values look like?

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    What did you no6ce about the coaching

    perspec6ve on how they prepare for a game? At your company, how do

    you prepare your teams?

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    Using these Core Values how would you

    imagine your team changing?

  • What Is Your Role as an Agile Leader?

    What is my intent? What patterns do I need to STOP doing? What patterns can I introduce? How can I apply to the system that Im in?

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  • Who Are You?

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    I can LEAN on you for your leadership to help me grow.

    Youre my worst nightmare,

    Walking Dead starring Hello Kisy.

  • Stacey Louie, Enterprise Agile Coach and Trainer

    CONTACT INFORMATION: slouie@brattoninc.com

    Twitter: epicstart

    LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/sylouie

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