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Discovery Curves, Group Learning  and Delivering    09 November 2012
Watch the video with slide                         synchronization on InfoQ.com!                      http://www.infoq.com...
Presented at QCon San Francisco                          www.qconsf.comPurpose of QCon- to empower software development by...
Presented by	             Joanna	  Zweig,	  Ph.D.	     César	  Idrovo	  Integral	  Systems	  Response	  
Recovery Time	When	  we	  ask	  teams	  how	  long	  it	  would	  take	  to	  redo	  their	  work,	  we	  hear	  “less	  t...
The Real Activity	    SoOware	  Development	  is	  mostly…	      	  _not_	  about	  soOware	  development	      Actually,	...
Nature of Group Learning	    Group	  learning	  is	  not	  the	  sum	  of	      individual	  learning.	  At	  the	      gr...
Emergence	    If	  our	  only	  knowledge	  of	  H	  was	  as	  the	  fuel	  of	  a	  star,	  and	      O	  as	  the	  gas...
The 70%	                                                                                            Effort	      Agile	  he...
Discovery Curves - Waterfall	TheoreNcal	  example	  of	  an	  expected	  learning	  curve	  in	  soOware	  development.	In...
Discovery Curves - Agile	We	  need	  teams	  that	  can	  learn	  like	  this.	  Ongoing	  planning,	  learn	  by	  delive...
Discovery Curves - Yours	Select	  a	  project	  from	  someone	  in	  your	  group	  and	  draw	  a	  discovery	  curve	  ...
Group Learning and Coherence	Joanna’s	  research	  has	  idenNfied	  a	  phenomenon,	  Group	  Coherence	  (GC),	  that	  i...
What is Group Coherence?	The	  shared	  state	  reached	  by	  a	  group	  of	  people	  that	  allows	  them	  to	  perfo...
Ingredients of the 70%	           •  PracNce	             •  Trust	             •  Chaos	             •  CreaNvity	       ...
Ingredient Profiles	                                      Before	          During   	                                      ...
Your Best Group Experience	      1.	  Remember	  a	  Nme	        when	  your	  group	        experience	  was	  the	  best...
Create One Ingredient Profile	      2.	  Select	  an	  ingredient	        you	  associate	  with	  your	        opNmal	  gr...
Past Ingredients / Current Group	      3.	  Share	  ingredients	  and	        their	  profiles	  with	  a	  triad.	        ...
On Monday…	    Chart	  your	  discovery	  curve	      IdenNfy	  apparent	  ingredients	  and	      ingredients	  that	  ar...
Q&A	            Joanna	  Zweig	                             	                 César	  Idrovo	           hodajsz@gmail.com	...
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Joanna Zweig and César Idrovo discuss Discovery Curves - a model to chart a team’s ability to learn-, and a group improvement process using past experiences and identifying common characteristics. Filmed at qconsf.com.

Joanna Zweig holds a Ph.D. in Integral Studies from California Institute of Integral Studies in San Francisco, California, a Project management Institute (PMI) Project Management Professional (PMP) certification and a Scrum Alliance Certified Scrum Master (SCM) certification. César Idrovo is Director at Incept5 where he leads the Innovation and Lean & Agile practices and US Business Development.

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Discovery Curves, Group Learning and Delivering

  1. 1. Discovery Curves, Group Learning and Delivering 09 November 2012
  2. 2. Watch the video with slide synchronization on InfoQ.com! http://www.infoq.com/presentations /Discovery-Curves-Group-Learning InfoQ.com: News & Community Site• 750,000 unique visitors/month• Published in 4 languages (English, Chinese, Japanese and Brazilian Portuguese)• Post content from our QCon conferences• News 15-20 / week• Articles 3-4 / week• Presentations (videos) 12-15 / week• Interviews 2-3 / week• Books 1 / month
  3. 3. Presented at QCon San Francisco www.qconsf.comPurpose of QCon- to empower software development by facilitating the spread ofknowledge and innovationStrategy - practitioner-driven conference designed for YOU: influencers ofchange and innovation in your teams- speakers and topics driving the evolution and innovation- connecting and catalyzing the influencers and innovatorsHighlights- attended by more than 12,000 delegates since 2007- held in 9 cities worldwide
  4. 4. Presented by Joanna  Zweig,  Ph.D.   César  Idrovo  Integral  Systems  Response  
  5. 5. Recovery Time When  we  ask  teams  how  long  it  would  take  to  redo  their  work,  we  hear  “less  than  30%” How$long$to$recover$that$code?$ <10%% 10%% 20%% 30%% 40%% 50%% 60%% 70%% 80%% 90%% 100%% Coaching  Technique,  Ashley  Johnson  and  Amr  Elssamadisy,  Gemba  Systems  –  illustraNve  data  only  Integral  Systems  Response  
  6. 6. The Real Activity SoOware  Development  is  mostly…    _not_  about  soOware  development   Actually,  what  you  mainly   pay  your  developers  for  is   their  capacity  to  LEARN   As  parNcipants  in  a  GROUP.  Integral  Systems  Response  
  7. 7. Nature of Group Learning Group  learning  is  not  the  sum  of   individual  learning.  At  the   group  level,  learning   is  oOen  emergent   While  group  learning  includes   all  of  the  perspecNves  of  the  parNcipants,   it  also  involves  ingredients  that  the  individuals   may  be  unaware  of.  Thus  emergent  learning  may  be   both  unpredictable  AND  holisNcally  appropriate  to  what   the  group  is  trying  to  accomplish.  Integral  Systems  Response  
  8. 8. Emergence If  our  only  knowledge  of  H  was  as  the  fuel  of  a  star,  and   O  as  the  gas  we  breathe,  we  probably  would  not  expect   the  emergence  of  water  when  these  gasses  combine.       +   =       Hydrogen   Oxygen   Water  !       Emergence  is  unexpected,  unplanned  and  someNmes   unimaginable  Integral  Systems  Response  
  9. 9. The 70% Effort   Agile  helps  us  to  opNmize  the  70%     It  can  acNvate  learning  capabiliNes  in  the     WriNng   SoOware   organizaNon.  The  group  learns  how  to   Learning   tackle  new  problems  as  a  group.   ResulNng  interacNons  can  create   Effort   emergent  outcomes  for  each  group.     WriNng   The  value  of  the  new  learning  capabiliNes   SoOware   Learning   is  to  shrink  the  70%.     Improving  the  effecNveness  and  efficiency  of  group  learning   speeds  up  delivery  (total  area  of  the  circle  is  reduced)  Integral  Systems  Response  
  10. 10. Discovery Curves - Waterfall TheoreNcal  example  of  an  expected  learning  curve  in  soOware  development. Integral  Systems  Response  
  11. 11. Discovery Curves - Agile We  need  teams  that  can  learn  like  this.  Ongoing  planning,  learn  by  delivering. Integral  Systems  Response  
  12. 12. Discovery Curves - Yours Select  a  project  from  someone  in  your  group  and  draw  a  discovery  curve  of  that  project.  Examples:          5min  Nmebox,  then  we  share  highlights  with  the  whole  group.  Integral  Systems  Response  
  13. 13. Group Learning and Coherence Joanna’s  research  has  idenNfied  a  phenomenon,  Group  Coherence  (GC),  that  indicates  the  emergence  of  group  learning.  We  will  look  at  the  value  of  GC  and  idenNfy  ways  to  opNmize  group’s  ability  to  access  this  learning.  Integral  Systems  Response  
  14. 14. What is Group Coherence? The  shared  state  reached  by  a  group  of  people  that  allows  them  to  perform  one  or  more  tasks  in  perfect  rhythm  and   harmony  with  great  energy  to  overcome  obstacles  Integral  Systems  Response  
  15. 15. Ingredients of the 70% •  PracNce   •  Trust   •  Chaos   •  CreaNvity   •  …  Integral  Systems  Response  
  16. 16. Ingredient Profiles Before   During   AOer   Group  Coherence   Catalyst  CollaboraNve   InteracNon   State  shiO   Trigger   Individual    accountability   Inhibitor   Shared     leadership   Enabler  Integral  Systems  Response  
  17. 17. Your Best Group Experience 1.  Remember  a  Nme   when  your  group   experience  was  the  best   one  you’ve  ever  had.     This  may  have  been  an   experience  of  Group   Coherence.  Integral  Systems  Response  
  18. 18. Create One Ingredient Profile 2.  Select  an  ingredient   you  associate  with  your   opNmal  group   experience.     Write  your  ingredient   and  chart  it  on  paper.    Integral  Systems  Response  
  19. 19. Past Ingredients / Current Group 3.  Share  ingredients  and   their  profiles  with  a  triad.   Address  the  influence  of   each  ingredient  on  the   group’s  ability.   How  could  it  help  my   current  group  to  learn   achieve  its  goals  Integral  Systems  Response   ©    Integral  Systems  Response  2009-­‐20  
  20. 20. On Monday… Chart  your  discovery  curve   IdenNfy  apparent  ingredients  and   ingredients  that  are  missing   Determine  how  changing  emphasis  on  an   ingredient  might  assist  your  group  in   achieving  its  goals.  Integral  Systems  Response  
  21. 21. Q&A Joanna  Zweig     César  Idrovo   hodajsz@gmail.com   cesar.idrovo@incept5.com        Integral  Systems  Response  

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