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Change how you change-Agile Tour London

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@tonybruce77
Change how you change
http://www.merriam-webster.com/
Framework
Suggestions....
dancedwiththetester.blogspot.co.uk/
Why?
resistance
emotional
approach
Balance
This photo belongs to Darran Leal
http://www.flickr.com/photos/33225195@N04/3097635695
artist:Paul Kennedy
agency:Lonely Planet Images
image:Man riding elephant at Lak Lake
Plant
Suggestions....
Get some gurus on your side
internal/external
Build a team
support
shoulder to cry on
break bread
Suggestions....
Ignite a emotional response
feel the impact
share the pain
Attila the accountant
Make it as easy as possible
small
risk
Suggestions....
Try make it easy to understand
communicate goals
Suggestions....
Build a team
support
shoulder to cry on
break bread
explain
Suggestions...
Build a team
support
shoulder to cry on
break bread
Suggestions...
Ignite a emotional response
feel the impact
share the pain



Attila the accountant
Suggestions...
Try it

for a while

Physical environment
My Story...
software consultant
transformation


Agile Testing: A Practical Guide for Testers and Agile Teams.
Lisa Crispin & Janet Gregory
Switch: How to change things when change is hard.
Chip & Dan Heath
Fearless Change: patterns for introducing new ideas.
Mary Lynn Manns Ph.D. and Linda Rising Ph.D.
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Summary..
Change - many different things
hard
Framework may help
Suggestions
small
try it
gurus
environment
support
testing
people
Thank you.
@tonybruce77
dancedwiththetester.blogspot.co.uk
Framework
Framework
analytical
reflective
rational
logical
deliberates
Direct the rider
Motivate the elephant
instinctive
emotional
pleasure
feeling
heart
Shape the path
easy
instruct
start
mentor
guide
small
examples
examples
fear
What's your story?
The Boyhood of Raleigh by Sir John Everett Millais
things I did
things I read
change desks
Roles/new people
Replicate what is working
Life

Suggestions...
Suggestions...
http://pixabay.com/
Suggestions...
comfort
Direct the rider is one example!
Kotter's 8-Step Change
Lewin's Change Management Model
University of Sydney - Learning Solutions
This is Prezi. There will be spinning and zooming
http://www.mindtools.com/pages/article/newPPM_94.htm
http://www.mindtools.com/pages/article/newPPM_94.htm
habits & behaviours
start
too much at once
guide
clarity
Attila
head of accounting
Depart. of Youth Services in Boston
delinquent kids
iron fist
following the rules
single detail
return
shoe string
shut down
took him on a tour
he saw firsthand
could not buy food
pay rent
he saw (rider), he felt (elephant), he changed his ways (path)
examples
I apologise now
change the environment/situation
change around the layout
curse of knowledge
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Create Urgency
Kotter's 8 steps
Form a Powerful Coalition
Create a Vision for Change
Communicate the Vision
Remove Obstacles
Create Short-term Wins
Build on the Change
Anchor the Changes in
Corporate Culture
Lewin's change model
Unfreeze
Change
Freeze
Quick word on models
Take what you think is useful. Dump the rest
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Suggestions...
Beware practices without belief
Fearless Change Patterns
Fearless Change Patterns
Mary Lynn Manns; Linda Rising
Name
Context
Forces
Problem
Solution
Rationale
Resulting context
Roles
Connectors
Champions
What is happening..
Me
What does change mean?
Why is change hard?
Frameworks/models/analogies
Suggestions
Round up
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