Facilitated by Danny F. Wuysang & Angga Pratama (Agile Coaches - BFI Finance Indonesia & Ekipa) at an online meetup by BATC, Agile BSD, and Agile Circles Indonesia.
In most Agile Transformation Initiatives, many agree that among others an important step is buy-in from top management. After which, many will start working on team-level improvements. But often, the role of middle management (e.g. Leads, Managers, Heads) is not that obvious. In this session, we start by going back to the whys of Agile Transformation. Making good use of collective intelligence, we will facilitate group discussions on improvement goals and plan. Finally, we propose actionable steps to aid leaders better support team growth.
Agile Leadership for
Jakarta, May 6th 2020
Senior Agile Coach - Ekipa
Photo by Matt Duncan on Unsplash
Are we there yet?
What is a high-performing
Patterns of High-Performing Teams
Based on an article by Edwin Dando
Where do middle managers ﬁt
in an agile organization ?
Strong Individual Contributor Directing the works of others
Series of achievement and
Command & Control
Power Through Position
Plan & Process
Plans for change at
How to aid the shift
01 | Empowerment & Collaboration
02 | Trust & Respect
03 | Focus on People
04 | Self Organizing Teams
05 | Embrace Change & Adapt Through Out
06 | Empty Your Calendars, Listen More
● Start with yourself
● Get inspired to inspire
● Think about how to enforce learning
● Work for the beneﬁt of the team
● No boundaries in learning
● Group learning & sharing
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1. What is a high-performing team?
2. How would a leader develop such a team?
Key Takeaways Leaders: Your teams should already have
goals. What would make their lives easier, in
your respective ﬁeld.
Scrum Masters, Product Owners, Agile
Coaches: Hold sessions such as our group
activity. Find out what success means to
your organization. Make a real plan.
CEO, CTO, Directors: Initiate such a session.
Team Members: Reﬂect on what you need
from your leaders. What holds you back
from being self-organizing, cross-functional,