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  1. 1. John Coleman 12th June 2020 Communities Possibilities
  2. 2. What is a community?
  3. 3. Why does community matter?
  4. 4. Cake A metaphor of value
  5. 5. A metaphor for no value yet • Requires imagination to figure out what the cake might look like in the end • Do the layers fit each other? • Is it hard to imagine a team or team-of-teams that relies on so many other people it cannot deliver value easily to the markets? Layer of cake
  6. 6. New New Product Development Game https://hbr.org/1986/01/the-new-new-product-development-game … holistic approach has six characteristics: • built-in instability • self-organizing … teams • overlapping … phases, • “multilearning,” • subtle control, and • organizational transfer of learning. The six pieces fit together like a jigsaw puzzle, forming a fast flexible process for new product development. Just as important, the new approach can act as a change agent: it is a vehicle for introducing creative, market-driven ideas and processes into an old, rigid organization.
  7. 7. A metaphor for a slice of value • Imagine a team or team-of- teams that can deliver value every month • Sometimes the cake is not so nice and we give feedback to the chef Slice of cake
  8. 8. Some teams use “sprints” Slice of cake teams are multi-learning, self-organizing teams 1 day 2-4 week Sprint Sprint Retrospective Sprint Review Joint Retro- spective Product Backlog Refinement Potentially Shippable Product Increment Sprint Planning Part 2 Sprint Planning Part 1 (2-4 h) (15 min) Product Backlog Product Owner (2-4 h) (2-4 h) (5-10% of Sprint) (1.5-3h) (Feature) Team + ScrumMaster Sprint Backlog Daily Scrum www.craiglarman.com www.odd-e.com Copyright © 2010 C.Larman & B. Vodde All rights reserved.
  9. 9. characteristics purposeful over random invitation & welcome over mandate possibilities over problem solving ownership over blame dissent over lip service middle over extremes
  10. 10. typical themes reading mentorship sharing knowledge sharing stories interview a thought leader making improvements together …
  11. 11. considerations large group facilitation skills should be a creative outlet should capture passion, focus & energy budget, space, time-boxes internal events and/or external events online and/or f2f
  12. 12. examples book club market specific brand specific role specific work type specific … .. .
  13. 13. ― Peter Block, Community: The Structure of Belonging “We are a community of possibilities, not a community of problems. Community exists for the sake of belonging and takes its identity from the gifts, generosity, and accountability of its citizens. It is not defined by its fears, its isolation, or its penchant for retribution. We currently have all the capacity, expertise, programs, leaders, regulations, and wealth required to end unnecessary suffering and create an alternative future.”
  14. 14. Design is important What do you notice?
  15. 15. Liberating Structures - segway for another nugget:) liberatingstructures.com also a free mobile app
  16. 16. Useful books

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