Agendashift roundup, August 2020

Here in the UK we have a bank holiday on Monday, so I’m getting this out before the weekend. Long or short, have a great one!

In this edition: What I really think about Scrum; Short workshops restart September 8th; Book-related updates; Upcoming workshops; Top posts

What I really think about Scrum

Within 24 hours of publication this was already my #1 post for the year. That means you’ve probably read it already, but in case you missed it:

This one set it up:

Short workshops restart September 8th

The title kinda says it all and they’re listed later in this post, but here I lay out options in terms of timezones and so on:

Also, and as per Slack, I’m looking at putting on the next 8-session Deep Dive in early November, ostensibly for Europe but early enough in the day for folks from much of APAC to join. Watch out for announcements and ping me if you want to influence my choice of dates!

Book-related updates

I’ve assembled a review team for the 2nd edition of Agendashift and I’m about to send out a first draft of chapter 1, Discovery. As I work on the book, I’m taking the opportunity to tighten up various bits of the materials. A couple of examples here:

It’s taking several weeks per chapter, so don’t hold your breath. Got to say though that I’m super happy with how it’s shaping up – developments such as the patterns, wholehearted, and its positioning as an engagement model and so on helping immensely.

Upcoming workshops

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Top posts

Recent:

  1. What I really think about Scrum
  2. My inverse square law of framework scaling
  3. #2MBM: Meaning before Metric, Measure before Method (July)
  4. Short workshops restart September 8th
  5. True North, tweaked

Classic:

  1. What I really think about SAFe (October 2019)
  2. ‘Right to Left’ works for Scrum too (July 2018)
  3. Engagement: more than a two-way street (September 2018)
  4. I’m really enjoying Challenge Mapping (June)
  5. What kind of Organisational Development (OD)? (And a book recommendation) (May 2019)

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Agendashift roundup, July 2020

In this edition: 2MBM; Campaign mode; Deep Dive done; Upcoming; Top posts for July; Friday community Zoom

2MBM

July wasn’t really a month for the blog (more on that in a moment) but a couple of posts early in the month did do well.

In the followups to the last Wholehearted:OKR workshop we identified a new pattern, 2MBM:

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2MBM gets a new page in the patterns section of the Agendashift site, and two blog posts:

Campaign mode

For most of the month, instead of blogging I have been experimenting with using LinkedIn to establish/promote some key terms, and it seems to be working well. Check these out:

Further to the second of those and prompted by a conversation on social media, the revival of a classic:

Deep Dive done

By the power of Zoom I’ve been in Canada this week, leading an 8-session Deep Dive. I’m very happy with how it went – not that I won’t still want to improve it of course! Tons of positive feedback, but let pick out a few comments which relate to recent developments:

  • IdOO is the killer app of purpose and alignment
  • Learning the pattern language in Agendashift
  • Feels less prescriptive than the book
  • Multiple options to choose from for a workshop

Prescription is and always was an anti-goal, and introducing Agendashift in terms of patterns really works! This augurs well for the 2nd edition of the book I’m sure, and on that, a first rough draft of a completely rewritten intro is available in the #agendashift-book channel in the Agendashift Slack.

Upcoming

All with me, except for the first one which is led by Julia Wester:

Top posts for July

Recent:

  1. #2MBM: Meaning before Metric, Measure before Method
  2. I’m really enjoying Challenge Mapping (June)
  3. Outcomes all the way down (June, video)
  4. #2MBM: After strategy and ideation, operation
  5. Yes IdOO! Leading with Outcomes

Classic:

  1. Engagement: more than a two-way street (September 2018)
  2. There will be caveats: Warming cautiously to OKR (September 2019)
  3. My favourite Clean Language question (January 2019)
  4. From Reverse STATIK to a ‘Pathway’ for continuous transformation(October 2019)
  5. Stringing it together with Reverse Wardley (February 2019)

Friday #community Zoom

Finally, a reminder that as of the past few weeks our Lean Coffee-style Friday Zoom calls are now at 14:00 BST, 15:00 CEST, 9am EDT. Details in the #community channel in Slack or ping me for them.


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Agendashift roundup, June 2020

In this edition: Outcomes all the way down; Agendashift’s “inspiration map”; Weekly #community Zoom; Summer & autumn workshops; Top posts – recent and classic

Outcomes all the way down

I had a lot of fun with the SquirrelNorth guys this month and the recording of our webinar together is now up:

Agendashift’s “inspiration map”

Funny how one thing leads to another…

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Last week I posted a rough sketch which I called my “inspiration map”. Not only has it sparked some very interesting conversations as it evolved over those few days (prompting some content improvements), it has spawned a new visual identity for Agendashift.

It will take me weeks to work through everything that now wants updating, but the Framework pages are done (there or thereabouts). Do check it out! Content-wise, the most interesting place to start is probably the Patterns page.

Weekly #community Zoom

Quick public service announcement: Our weekly Zoom calls have moved to the later time of 14:00 BST, 15:00 CEST, 9am EDT. Still every Friday, Lean Coffee style, details in the #community channel in the Agendashift Slack (or ping me).

Summer & autumn workshops

Apart from Implementing your Outside-in Service Delivery Review (OI-SDR) which I’ve marked as private-only for now, in recent weeks I’ve done the full set of short training workshops publicly and at various times of day to suit participants from all timezones. We’ve done Deep Dive and Wholehearted:OKR too, so we can say with some confidence that we know how to do this stuff online!

In July I’m doing two of the longer workshops. Over multiple online sessions they cover the equivalent of the 1-day Core and 2-day Deep Dive:

The first of those is in conjunction with Agile Israel (until Covid-19 happened I was due to visit Tel Aviv in July), the second with my friends at SquirrelNorth (see Outcomes all the way down above).

In August I’m taking break from public workshops but Julia Wester steps in:

I’m back in September/October with the increasingly-familiar range of shorter training workshops:

The Agendashift events calendar always has the latest public workshops – watch this space for another (and updated) Wholehearted:OKR – and visit the workshops page if you’re considering doing something privately – chances are we have something of interest.

Top posts – recent and classic

Recent:

  1. I’m really enjoying Challenge Mapping
  2. Probe!
  3. Outcomes all the way down
  4. Revisiting ‘wholehearted’
  5. The audiobook is out! Right to Left: The digital leader’s guide to Lean and Agile

Classic – older posts popular this month:

  1. There will be caveats: Warming cautiously to OKR (September 2019)
  2. My favourite Clean Language question (January 2019)
  3. Agendashift as framework (April)
  4. How the Leader-Leader model turns Commander’s Intent upside down (June 2018)
  5. Agendashift, meet Reverse STATIK (October 2015)

The evergreen Introducing Kanban through its values (January 2013) should be taken as read. Nice to see the Reverse STATIK post from 2015 bubble up again at #5 though! Related to that, see the more recent #4 on the list below.

And for the half year January to June:

  1. What I really think about SAFe (October 2019)
  2. There will be caveats: Warming cautiously to OKR (September 2019)
  3. Visualising Agendashift: The why and how of outcome-oriented change and continuous transformation (June 2019)
  4. From Reverse STATIK to a ‘Pathway’ for continuous transformation (October 2019)
  5. What kind of Organisational Development (OD)? (And a book recommendation) (May 2019)

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Agendashift roundup, May 2020

I’ll keep this one brief – this month’s top posts say it all really! The top 5 are all from this month (yes, we’ve been busy):

  1. The audiobook is out! Right to Left: The digital leader’s guide to Lean and Agile
  2. My kind of…
  3. Phases 1 & 2 of the agendashift-open project
  4. Two months in
  5. Workshops in June
  6. Agendashift as framework (April)
  7. From Reverse STATIK to a ‘Pathway’ for continuous transformation (October 2019)
  8. Devs not clear about strategy? It’s likely way worse than that (April)
  9. There will be caveats: Warming cautiously to OKR (September 2019)
  10. How the Leader-Leader model turns Commander’s Intent upside down (June 2018)

Very glad to say that the runaway winner is the audiobook announcement, not entirely surprising but I take nothing for granted! I shall leave it there, except to invite you to check out i) the other posts too, and ii) the list of upcoming workshops in its usual place at the end of this post.

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Upcoming workshops (all online)

With yours truly unless otherwise indicated:

For some brief commentary:

And for the latest, check the Agendashift events calendar.


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Agendashift roundup, April 2020

In this edition: Agendashift as Framework; Online first; Assessment updates; Featureban online; Upcoming; Top posts

[And apologies if you were hoping for an announcement about the audiobook edition of Right to Left; ACX (Audible) are quoting 30 business days (6 weeks plus) for their review stage]

Agendashift as Framework

There were multiple contenders for the biggest thing in Agendashift-land in April but I must go with this one:

It has been well received and it’s an important step in my preparations for a 2nd edition of Agendashift, the book.

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Online first

Another big bit of work was reorganising the Agendashift workshop portfolio to accommodate some new short training workshops to complement the existing Learning the Language of Outcomes workshop. Also, public online workshops are now specifically timed to suit different parts of the world – Europe, APAC, and the Americas. For me in the UK this means mid-morning, early morning, and late afternoon/early evening respectively. Even since this change we’ve had people from all three timezones and from north and south of the equator in one workshop, so feel free, take your pick!

See the events calendar at the end of this post, and the details in this announcement below. This mentions workshops not (or not yet) in the calendar which may be of interest:

Assessment updates

Quite a bit happening with the online assessments too:

  • A simplified English (‘EN-simplified’) version of the mini assessment. A joint effort, but a special shout out to Alex Pukinskis who saved us all a ton of work
  • A Farsi language translation contributed by Asad Safari
  • To be deployed shortly, some updates by Kirill Klimov to the Russian translation

Non-partners can test these translations (and others) in two ways:

Those are limited to the mini (18-prompt) templates. For access to the full 42-prompt version, check the the partner programme:

Featureban online

As per the Featureban page on Agendashift.com:

Play Featureban online!

We’re thrilled that our friends at Kaiten have created a free online version of Featureban. Play it here:

Evgeniy Stepchenko has produced this guide:

Featureban is (and I quote): a simple, fun, and highly customisable kanban simulation game. Since its creation in 2014 it has been used by trainers and coaches in Lean, Agile and Kanban-related events the world over.

See also Changeban, the Lean Startup-flavoured version of Featureban. Of the two, I use Featureban when I need to teach certain Kanban-related practices (metrics in particular) to a mainly technical audience, which these days I mostly leave to others; otherwise,  Changeban is more fun.

Online versions, translations, adaptations all made possible by open sourcing these games (they’re both CC-BY-SA). One of my smarter moves!

Upcoming workshops

With yours truly unless otherwise stated:

For the latest workshop and speaking events check the Agendashift events calendar.

Top posts

 


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Agendashift roundup, March 2020

In this edition: New blog series: Doing Agendashift online; Site updates; Upcoming workshops (online of course); Top posts

New blog series: Doing Agendashift online

The recent series The language of outcomes is followed by a new one: Doing Agendashift online. There have been three installments so far:

  1. Doing Agendashift online
  2. Celebration-5W
  3. The assessments

The timing of this series is of course no accident.  We do a lot online already; this was given extra urgency by the COVID-19 situation. There’ll be at least three more of these posts in the coming weeks; so far they’ve come out every Monday and I’ll do my best to keep to that pattern.

On a personal note, I’m glad to report that I’m out of solitary, no longer holed up in the studio (my office by day, self-contained accommodation when needed, actually quite comfortable). However, as we have what the UK authorities refer to as a “shielded” family member, our household will remain in complete physical isolation for weeks, if not longer. “Online” is very much the new normal for us and for many others like us. We’re ok, but if you know others in a similar situation, please do your best to help – it’s going to be a long haul.

Site updates

The time to take a close look at 1) your strategy and 2) your ways of working is now. You need to do those together – integrated, wholeheartedly, no half measures. The place to do it is online. We’re here to help you.

Work on the Agendashift site never really stops, but over the past few weeks the change has been particularly rapid. Most visibly:

The basic idea is to delineate more clearly – and in this order – what kind of thing Agendashift is, its ethos, and what it has offer. For those that want to dig deeper into the detail: where we’re coming from, what we reference, key structures, ideas, tools and techniques, and so on.

As well some major rework to existing content, new pages have been added too (some of those still a work in progress). One of those at least will get mentioned in the next blog installment, so don’t worry if it doesn’t jump out at you straight away!

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Upcoming workshops (online of course)

Top posts

  1. Doing Agendashift online (1 of n)
  2. The workshop formerly known as Advanced
  3. Doing Agendashift online (2 of n): Celebration-5W
  4. The language of outcomes: 1. Identifying the adaptive challenge
  5. The language of outcomes: 5. Between ends and means

 


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Agendashift roundup, February 2020

In this edition: Partners on tour; My short-to-medium term backlog; Top posts

A little early this month – I’m avoiding the rush before my trip to Gurugram, India (conference and workshop). Given that I did an interim roundup a couple of weeks ago, this one is mostly forward-looking; scroll down to the Top posts section to catch up on anything you may have missed.

Partners on tour

In two weeks time I’ll be flying into Copenhagen, Denmark, speaking at the #AgilityLab meetup (guest of my friend Leise Passer Jensen), then taking the train across the famous Öresund bridge to Malmö, Sweden – an easy trip if you’re thinking of joining us. That’s for this:

Julia was the first Agendashift partner to run public workshops and I’m very glad to have the opportunity to compare notes and styles! I work hard to make the material not just repeatable and reliable for my own sake, but transferable too. This doesn’t mean that every workshop is the same though – by design they’re highly sensitive to context and even the most self-consciously neutral of facilitators contributes something of themselves to that. In fact, most participants want something of their facilitator’s values and background to shine through, and Julia’s deep background in Lean, Agile, and DevOps is well worth paying attention to.

My next hosts are Agendashift partners Kjell Tore Guttormsen and Halldor Kvale-Skattebo, for the world premiere of the Wholehearted:OKR workshop:

I’ve known Kjell Tore for a while and we have quite a bit in common. Both of us have done work for our countries’ respective social security departments, Kjell Tore as an employee of Norway’s NAV, and myself as (among other things) the interim delivery manager on the Carer’s Allowance digital service for the UK’s DWP (truly a privilege). Also, and easily justifying the Oslo launch, Kjell Tore was an early collaborator on the outside-in strategy review that lies at the heart of the new workshop.

Back in the UK, I join forces with partners Karl Scotland and Steven Mackenzie, who with Mike Haber (not a partner but already a contributor), are the new workshop’s co-designers:

Karl has been a close collaborator from the beginning, encouraging Agendashift’s development “upstream” from its beginnings in the Agendashift Delivery Assessment and emphasising what might be called its “complexity consciousness”. Well downstream of the assessment, Karl was also – with Liz Keogh – co-creator of what we now call Option Relationship Mapping, easily my favourite innovation of 2019.

Having used it with clients as diverse as a technology startup and an agency of the UN, Steven is one of the most experienced partners in the use of Agendashift as an engagement model for coaches. His experience and eye for detail greatly benefited the books – effectively he was editor-in-chief to both Agendashift (2018) and Right to Left (2019).

Looking ahead to June, I’ll be back in Oslo with Kjell Tore and Halldor, this time for an Advanced Agendashift workshop:

For the workshops mentioned above, discount codes NORDIC2020 and LONDON2020 (you’ll know which one to use) will get you 20% off. Outside this “tour”:

See also our workshops and events pages – Switzerland, USA, and Australia to be added soon. And for more information about the partner programme:

You don’t have to be another Julia, Kjell Tore, Karl, or Steven to be a partner but I’m very glad to have them! Honestly, if you see value in outcome orientation, can see yourself being in the business of building wholehearted organisations, and/or want to do more at the exciting intersection of Lean-Agile, strategy, and organisation development, you’ll fit in just fine.

My short-to-medium term backlog

I’m a great believer not just in “eventual transparency” but in “working out loud”. A few days ago I posted the following on the Agendashift Slack:

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As you might guess from number of replies, there is already progress on multiple fronts. Join us on Slack to participate; announcements here when they’re ready.

Top posts

  1. Aka the ‘And when X…’ game
    – with some background, a new update to our Clean Language-inspired coaching game, 15-minute FOTO
  2. The language of outcomes
    – a series of 5 posts started in January and concluded this month
  3. Better user stories start with authentic situations of need (October 2016)
  4. Stringing it together with Reverse Wardley (February 2019)
  5. From Reverse STATIK to a ‘Pathway’ for continuous transformation (October 2019)

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Interim roundup: Language of outcomes series; Impact! workshop (and more)

Just 10 days into February and there’s enough happening to warrant an interim roundup:

  • I published the 5th and final instalment of my “Language of outcomes” series today, complete with a summary of leadership lessons taken from all 5 posts. Read The language of outcomes: 5. Between ends and means or start from the beginning with The language of outcomes: 1. Identifying the adaptive challenge
  • I’m just back from Tampa, FL for the first Open Leadership Symposium of the year and the very positive public debut of the new Impact! workshop. Read: What just happened? What they said about the new Impact! workshop
  • That same workshop comes to London on Friday. Short notice I know, but use code LONDON2020 for 20% off, and ping me if you think you may qualify for a bigger discount. I’d be glad to see at least a couple more people there so you probably do, but be quick! If Friday is too soon (or too short), check out its bigger brother, the 2-day Wholehearted:OKR workshops taking place in March and April.
  • The Tel Aviv workshop (June 3rd) is now on the calendar (see below). Watch out for Switzerland and Australia (yes, you read that right) too!

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Photo: Ulises S. Aguila


Workshops upcoming in 2020 – London (*2), Gurugram, Malmö, Tel Aviv, Oslo (*2), and online

For a 20% saving, use discount code LONDON2020 for the London workshops and NORDIC2020 for Oslo and Malmö.

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Agendashift roundup, January 2020

In this edition: January; And then it all kicks off…; Lean Agile London 2020; Mirror Mirror; Top posts

January

It has been a travel-free January, but still a busy one! There was the rebranding of Agendashift as the wholehearted engagement model, and then the first three installments of the promised (and already popular) blog series on the language of outcomes. As if that weren’t enough, I have also been recording the audiobook of Right to Left: The digital leader’s guide to Lean and Agile! Here’s a sneak preview (joke):

Right to Left, the audiobook
Right to Left, the audiobook

And then it all kicks off…

With January out of the way, the travel starts – in fact I fly out to Tampa tomorrow! Before the usual list of upcoming workshops, some discount codes: LONDON2020 for both of my London workshops (Agendashift partners and key collaborators Karl Scotland, Steven Mackenzie joining me for the second one, and – fingers crossed –  Teddy Zetterlund too), and NORDIC2020 for Malmö and Oslo with partners Julia Wester and Kjell Tore Guttormsen respectively.

For the London workshops, ping me for a bigger discount if you’re in government or non-profit, if you’re a partner, or if you’ve been to an Agendashift workshop before. And yes, attending multiple times really is a thing :slightly_smiling_face:

Lean Agile London 2020

What we knew and loved as London Lean Kanban Days is now Lean Agile London. I was LLKD’s first ever keynote speaker (or if you prefer, Dave Snowden’s warm up act) and I’m proud that Agendashift is a sponsor. Use code AGENDASHIFT for 10% off. Respecting what has become almost a tradition for me at this event, I’ll be bringing a brand new new talk, “Cleanish Strategy”. Many congrats to Agendashift partner Jose Casal for starting and continuing this great conference! It’s on April 27-28.

Mirror Mirror

If you’ve been following Agendashift for any length of time, you’ll know that I like a good mashup! With that in mind, I’m glad to support the Mirror Mirror team in two 90-minute online events put on especially for the Agendashift community. They’re free, and you can choose between these two dates:

  • 21 Feb – 12.00 – 13.30 UK time
  • 13 Mar – 15.00 – 16.30 UK time

Book your place here, and see you there! Your host: Lindsay Uittenbogaard

Top posts

  1. Making it official: Agendashift, the wholehearted engagement model
  2. The language of outcomes: 2. Framing obstacles
  3. The language of outcomes: 1. Identifying the adaptive challenge
  4. The language of outcomes: 3. Generating outcomes
  5. Wholehearted:OKR

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Agendashift roundup, December 2019

In this end-of-year edition: New or updated in 2019; Workshops upcoming in 2020; Top 5 posts for December so far; Top 10 posts for the year

New or updated in 2019

Announced this very productive year:

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Here’s to a similarly productive 2020! With a couple of surprises up my sleeve, I have a feeling it might be 🙂

Workshops upcoming in 2020 – Tampa, London (*2), Gurugram, Malmö, Oslo (*2)

(See also our workshops and events pages)

Top 5 posts for December so far

  1. Wholehearted:OKR
  2. We’re wholehearted – are you?
  3. It’s mashup time: Adaptive challenges accomplished at their ideal best
  4. Announcing a brand new (but tested) workshop: Impact! Strategically outcome-oriented for products and services (November)
  5. Announcing v7 of 15-minute FOTO

Top 10 posts for the year

  1. (By a country mile) What I really think about SAFe (October)
  2. Stringing it together with Reverse Wardley (February)
  3. Visualising Agendashift: The why and how of outcome-oriented change and continuous transformation (June)
  4. What kind of Organisational Development (OD)? (And a book recommendation) (May)
  5. My favourite Clean Language question (January)
  6. There will be caveats: Warming cautiously to OKR (September)
  7. Martin, this one’s for you (May)
  8. It’s out! Right to Left: The digital leader’s guide to Lean and Agile (August)
  9. From Reverse STATIK to a ‘Pathway’ for continuous transformation (October)
  10. A Grand Unification Theory for Lean-Agile? (January)

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