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Agile coaches growth model at typeform

This is the Agile Coaches Growth Model that we created at Typeform to help us understand:

- What are the competencies that I should consider for my growth?
- What should be my next step to continue growing?
- What are the best actions to grow in a specific area?

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Agile coaches growth model at typeform

  1. 1. Agile Coaches Growth Model Agile Coaches @Typeform - 2018
  2. 2. We focus on our growth to improve our value delivery.
  3. 3. 1. We have a growth model ● Based on the ACI's Agile Coach Competency Framework ● 4 levels for each competency: Competent, Proficient, Expert and Master. ● The 4th level is inspirational, based on international references to encourage our unlimited growth. ● The model is completed with Typeform’s values (Chef Pie)
  4. 4. Lean/Agile Practitioner Coaching Facilitating Teaching Mentoring Technical Mastery Business Mastery Transformational Mastery Agile coaches growth model at Typeform
  5. 5. Mike Cohn, Henrik Kniberg, Jeff Sutherland Lyssa Adkins Diana Larsen Michael Spayd Lynne Cazaly Jurgen Appelo Lyssa Adkins Michael Spayd Martin Fowler Kent Beck Eric Ries, Jeff Gothelf Dan Pink Jurgen Appelo Frederic Laloux Inspirational Levels for mastering competencies (international recognition)
  6. 6. 2. We self-assess regularly ● 2 times per year the Agile Coaches team uses the model to self-assess together, everything is shared and transparent. ● We have defined what we expect to see in each level for each competency ● We self-assess while the rest of the team assesses us and we then share the results to gain awareness and insights.
  7. 7. Lean/Agile Practitioner ● Ready to support the team on a daily basis ● Knowledge to apply main agile methodologies and practices. ● No need for external support in day-to-day activities ● Able to read the context and the team ● Able to adapt to any team needs ● Team support focused on the agile mindset ● Able to adapt to any team and quickly identify its needs ● Able to help any kind of team at all stages ● Recognized at Typeform as a Lean/Agile Expert Mike Cohn, Henrik Kniberg, Jeff Sutherland Competent Proficient Expert Master
  8. 8. Teaching Competent Proficient Expert Master ● Ability to create customized content based on team needs and teach through adapted workshops. ● Ability to teach Agile Methodologies to teams and individuals ● Ability to generate positive outcomes from any teaching related activity. ● Teams and individuals recognize you as a great teacher. TBD
  9. 9. Mentoring Competent Proficient Expert Master ● Ability to introduce the basics about roles, ceremonies and artifacts for different individuals in a cross functional team. ● Ability to grow other mentors and mentoring them ● Ability to mentor any person at Typeform ● Typeformers recognize your mentoring skills ● Ability to introduce the Agile Mindset in satellite roles and provide broader view about the whole organization. Lyssa Adkins Michael Spayd
  10. 10. Coaching Competent Proficient Expert Master ● Neutrality in communication on individual and team levels ● Ability to actively listen in one on one situations ● Awareness of own biases ● Knowledge of various techniques ● Ability to work with any kind of profiles, both individual and team levels. ● Typeform recognizes you as a coach by experiencing positive outcomes ● Ability to adapt based on own biases ● Ability to apply various techniques both at individual and team levels Lyssa Adkins Diana Larsen Michael Spayd
  11. 11. Facilitating Competent Proficient Expert Master ● Sufficient facilitation of the usual team ceremonies ● Ability to navigate conflict resolution sessions on individual and team levels ● Ability to address most of the dysfunctions in the room for any type of groups ● Ability to develop and facilitate great sessions for various teams according to their needs. ● Ability to facilitate sessions on challenging topics. Lynne Cazaly
  12. 12. Technical Mastery Competent Proficient Expert Master ● Ability to explain common technical agile practices in the team ● The company recognizes you in applying technical practices in the teams ● Ability to show practices by example (KATA) Martin Fowler Kent Beck
  13. 13. Business Mastery Competent Proficient Expert Master ● Ability to explain common product management techniques in agile environments ● Typeform recognizes you in applying product management practices and initiatives in the company. ● Ability to execute product management practices and teaching by doing. Eric Ries, Jeff Gothelf
  14. 14. Transformational Mastery Competent Proficient Expert Master ● Ability to articulate high level dysfunctions and generate the right strategy to trigger organizational transformation. ● Typeform recognizes you as a change agent in the company. ● Ability to capture dysfunctions inside the team and work with the organization to enable transformations in the team. ● Ability to capture dysfunctions and impediments on the organizational level and enabling positive changes and making an impact. Dan Pink Jurgen Appelo Frederic Laloux
  15. 15. 3. We use feedback to grow ● We focus on 1-2 competencies to grow. ● We use the self-assessment feedback and the team/company feedback to define growth actions. ● We use a shared board to have all the actions visible and transparent for the team. ● The team checks progress together every 2 weeks. ● We help each other to define the actions and the needed support for each action.
  16. 16. 5. Known things we want to improve ● This is just a first iteration of the model. ● Connection of the model with the focus on emotional intelligence. ● The description of each level for each competency. ● The specific connection with the values.

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