Coaching Tools for All Levels: Single Agile team, Multi team, Executive

Agile Adoptions and maintaining Agility often requires coaching at different levels within an organization. Some organizations begin their transformation with a single team launching off to explore Agility and what it will mean to be Agile where there never has been any. Some teams start or eventually get to Agile with multiple teams, while others begin at the Executive level. No matter the starting point, as Agile continues to permeate the organization, coaching at some level is employed, yet there are different skills and techniques more conducive to each. Let’s explore the needs of individuals and groups at each level of the organization along with skills every good coach will need to be effective in getting the organization to raise its level of Agile to build the best products. In this workshop, we will define different levels of the coaching experience based upon the size of an organization. For each level of the organization, we will define specific and appropriate coaching techniques

 
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Outline/Structure of the Talk

Set the Stage(3 mins)
- Define the different levels of coaching

Coaching at the Scrum Team level (12)
- What are the unique coaching needs
- What skills are needed based upon the needs

Coaching Multiple Teams for a Single Product or Multiple Products(12)
- What are the unique coaching needs
- What skills are needed based upon the needs

Coaching the Executive Level(12)
- What are the unique coaching needs
- What skills are needed based upon the needs

What have you been using?(5)
- Engage the audience to share other techniques used by other practitioners

Learning Outcome

- Learn different coaching needs for each levels of Agile adoption(single team, multiple team, executive)
- Learn specific coaching techniques for each level of the organization

Target Audience

coaches, business leaders

Prerequisites for Attendees

Participants ideally would have participated or lead an Agile transition

schedule Submitted 1 month ago

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  • George Dinwiddie
    By George Dinwiddie  ~  1 month ago
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    I like these aspects of the submission, and they should be retained:

    • The premise is good.

    I think the submission could be improved by:

    • Providing specific details in the outline so that reviewers can understand the session. List the needs and skills you plan to mention at each level.