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The Agile Activity based Seating Report 2018 - Presentation

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There is an increasing trend in Sweden to move in to something commonly called Activity Based Seating, what we discovered is often confused with Flexible Seating. We couldn’t find any data on the actual impact of these kind of seatings for Agile Teams. Thats why we did a survey to uncover the “truth” with 177 people answering and an open space session to learn more about what learnings are out there from people working Agile.

The survey was presented at Agila Sverige 2018 and can be found here > At an Open Space session we got together to share experiences people had around ABS. The result of both is shared in this free infographic and we hope this information can bring value to you and your organization so that you can find better solutions together. Please feel free to use the content in any way you like. We would though be happy if you would refer to Dandy People if you take any content out of context.

You can see the video presentation here (Swedish): https://dandypeople.com/blog/aktivitetsbaserade-kontor-agile-superbra-eller-video-fran-agila-sverige/

And download the Free Infographic here: https://dandypeople.com/blog/get-seated-for-agile-free-infographic/

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The Agile Activity based Seating Report 2018 - Presentation

  1. 1. The Agile Activity Based Seating Report 2018
  2. 2. mia.kolmodin@dandypeople.com “Every day starts with “where the hell am I sitting?”
  3. 3. mia.kolmodin@dandypeople.com “Arguments over desks.”
  4. 4. mia.kolmodin@dandypeople.com “Overrides different types of accessibility needs”
  5. 5. mia.kolmodin@dandypeople.com “Teams assigned an “early bird” to go in the office at 7.00”
  6. 6. mia.kolmodin@dandypeople.com “Despite all the overtime, our velocity in the project dropped”
  7. 7. 47% Size of the workplace Over 1000 people. 20%Between 50 – 200 people. mia.kolmodin@dandypeople.com
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  9. 9. Type of work? 1. Agile Coaching - 37% 2. Management - 29% 3. Project Management - 27% 4. Development - 25% 5. Designing - 23% 6. Product Ownership – 21% 7. Business Analysis- 14% 8. Testing – 13% 9. Business Development – 26% 10. Other 12% 11. Content Creation – 11% 12. Support 9% 13. HR – 7% 14. Marketing – 7% mia.kolmodin@dandypeople.com
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  12. 12. 46% Experience of ABS Where I work now. 36%I used to work in one. 16%I have never worked in one. mia.kolmodin@dandypeople.com
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  14. 14. 89% How many belong to a team? Of the respondents belong to a team to be able to deliver valuable outcomes. mia.kolmodin@dandypeople.com
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  16. 16. Private or Public Sector 71%Private Public 29% mia.kolmodin@dandypeople.com
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  18. 18. 4.68 The effectivity of the organization working in ABS according to people answering the survey. How effective do you believe the ABS organization to be? mia.kolmodin@dandypeople.com
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  20. 20. To save money. To save space.It suits our way of working best. ? What do you think was behind the decision to make change to ABS? ? ? mia.kolmodin@dandypeople.com
  21. 21. What do you think was behind the decision to make change to ABS? 35% To save space.17% It suits our way of working best. mia.kolmodin@dandypeople.com 41% To save money.
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  23. 23. Beautiful workplace 30%The workplace is more beautiful. The workplace is less beautiful. 11% mia.kolmodin@dandypeople.com
  24. 24. I collaborate less with others. 24% Collaboration 26%I collaborate more with others. mia.kolmodin@dandypeople.com
  25. 25. It’s more difficult to understand what other people are doing. 17% Understanding what Other people are doing 20%It´s easier to understand what other people are doing. mia.kolmodin@dandypeople.com
  26. 26. Optimal place to sit 16%It´s easy to find an optimal place to sit. It´s hard to find an optimal place to sit. 55% mia.kolmodin@dandypeople.com
  27. 27. Undisturbed work 15%It´s easy to work undisturbed. It´s difficult to work undisturbed. 52% mia.kolmodin@dandypeople.com
  28. 28. Effectiveness 9%I feel more effective. I feel less effective. 49% mia.kolmodin@dandypeople.com
  29. 29. Practical workplace 18%The workplace is more practical. The workplace is less practical. 45% mia.kolmodin@dandypeople.com
  30. 30. Stress 5%I feel less stressed. I feel more stressed. 38% mia.kolmodin@dandypeople.com
  31. 31. Free meeting rooms 13%It´s easier to find a meeting room. It´s more difficult to find a free meeting room. 31% mia.kolmodin@dandypeople.com
  32. 32. Value delivery 6%I deliver more value. I deliver less value. 29% mia.kolmodin@dandypeople.com
  33. 33. Quality of work 4%Quality of my work is much higher. Quality of my work is much lower. 26% mia.kolmodin@dandypeople.com
  34. 34. I don’t find anything negative or positive 9%I don’t find anything negative. I don’t find anything positive. 29% mia.kolmodin@dandypeople.com
  35. 35. Positive vs Negative with ABS ? ? mia.kolmodin@dandypeople.com
  36. 36. Positive vs Negative with ABS 1 9 mia.kolmodin@dandypeople.com
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  39. 39. We want to mobilize brain power and have high performing teams that can solve complex business problems and deliver value continiuously. Why do we work Agile? mia.kolmodin@dandypeople.com
  40. 40. We get low performing stressed individuals, who spend their brain power trying to find a place to sit. The organization is inneffective, producing poor quality. How does Agile work together with ABS? mia.kolmodin@dandypeople.com
  41. 41. Please stop trying to save money on office space! mia.kolmodin@dandypeople.com
  42. 42. …and start asking how you can help to mobilize more brain power! mia.kolmodin@dandypeople.com
  43. 43. mia.kolmodin@dandypeople.com Flexible Seating often disguised as Activity Based Seating During the Agile Sverige Conference we learned that there is a huge difference with ABS and FS – and that what people commonly think is ABS actually is FS. This slide is added.
  44. 44. The “Get Seated for Agile” poster is a result of this and can be downloaded for free here: http://bit.ly/2JBUWAA
  45. 45. Download the full Agile Activity Based Seating Report 2018 at dandypeople.com/blog @miakolmodin mia.kolmodin@dandypeople.com
  46. 46. mia.kolmodin@dandypeople.com The poster and other content is published under Creative Commons License, so please use it and share it as you like. You are free to: Share — copy and redistribute the material in any medium or format Adapt — remix, transform, and build upon the material for any purpose, even commercially. This license is acceptable for Free Cultural Works. The licensor cannot revoke these freedoms as long as you follow the license terms. Under the following terms: Attribution — You must give appropriate credit, provide a link to the license, and indicate if changes were made. You may do so in any reasonable manner, but not in any way that suggests the licensor endorses you or your use. ShareAlike — If you remix, transform, or build upon the material, you must distribute your contributions under the same license as the original. No additional restrictions — You may not apply legal terms or technological measures that legally restrict others from doing anything the license permits. Free to download, use and share