Culture for Great Teams and Results (Agile Philly)

Culture for Great Teams and Results (Agile Philly)

The Core Protocols are behavior patterns for successful teams.

The Core Protocols are the work of Jim and Michele McCarthy. Over the last 20 years, the McCarthys studied hundreds of teams and thousands of students in a laboratory setting, giving each team a work assignment and deadline of one week to deliver a great product. The McCarthys observed the teams and factored out their success patterns. They encoded these success patterns--behavior patterns of successful teams—as 11 repeatable “protocols”, easy recipes that we can all follow, so we and our teams can reproducibly deliver great products on time every time.

In this presentation, Richard Kasperowski and Julia Ivashina introduce the Core Protocols. They share the fundamentals of the Core Protocols and guide attendees through activities that help them learn and retain these same successful behavior patterns. You’ll leave understanding of how to build a team that is in a state of shared vision and can deliver great products on time every time.

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Richard Kasperowski

October 28, 2015
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  1. cba2015 Greatness Guild | Richard Kasperowski | Julia Ivashina @greatnessguild

    | info@greatnessguild.org | greatnessguild.org Culture for Great Teams and Results: The Core Protocols Greatness Guild | @greatnessguild | greatnessguild.org Richard Kasperowski | richard@greatnessguild.org Julia Ivashina | julia@greatnessguild.org
  2. cba2015 Greatness Guild | Richard Kasperowski | Julia Ivashina @greatnessguild

    | info@greatnessguild.org | greatnessguild.org Tonight’s goal: Help you build great teams Practical guide to the elements of great teams
  3. cba2015 Greatness Guild | Richard Kasperowski | Julia Ivashina @greatnessguild

    | info@greatnessguild.org | greatnessguild.org Activity: Tell us about your culture • What are the unspoken rules, norms, and customs that you noticed in the first 2 weeks at a new job? • Pair & share: 2 minutes
  4. cba2015 Greatness Guild | Richard Kasperowski | Julia Ivashina @greatnessguild

    | info@greatnessguild.org | greatnessguild.org Default/incumbent culture • Unintentional? • Guides & constrains our behavior
  5. cba2015 Greatness Guild | Richard Kasperowski | Julia Ivashina @greatnessguild

    | info@greatnessguild.org | greatnessguild.org Example of default culture How are you? I feel _______.
  6. cba2015 Greatness Guild | Richard Kasperowski | Julia Ivashina @greatnessguild

    | info@greatnessguild.org | greatnessguild.org Implement a new culture together Intentional(ly) Efficient(ly)
  7. cba2015 Greatness Guild | Richard Kasperowski | Julia Ivashina @greatnessguild

    | info@greatnessguild.org | greatnessguild.org Intentional Culture Design Non-negativity No negation Pretend
  8. cba2015 Greatness Guild | Richard Kasperowski | Julia Ivashina @greatnessguild

    | info@greatnessguild.org | greatnessguild.org Five course meal 6:35
  9. cba2015 Greatness Guild | Richard Kasperowski | Julia Ivashina @greatnessguild

    | info@greatnessguild.org | greatnessguild.org Richard Kasperowski Julia Ivashina Culture Architects We help people build great teams that get great results.
  10. cba2015 Greatness Guild | Richard Kasperowski | Julia Ivashina @greatnessguild

    | info@greatnessguild.org | greatnessguild.org The Core Protocols • The Core Commitments & Protocols • Intentional behavior patterns & culture design for great teams and results • 5 groups of protocols Image: http://cfcatering.com/menus_private02.html, 2015-10-28
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    | info@greatnessguild.org | greatnessguild.org Freedom • Why: Basis of great culture • How • The Core Commitments (p. 3) • Pass (Unpass) (p. 5) • Check Out (p. 7) Image: http://herbivoracious.com/2008/08/tea-smoked-lych.html, 2015-10-28
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    | info@greatnessguild.org | greatnessguild.org Self-awareness • Why: A great self is atomic unit of a great team • How • Check In (p. 6) • Ask For Help (p. 8) • Personal Alignment (p. 18) 6:45 Image: http://www.averagebetty.com/recipes/tortilla-soup-recipe/, 2015-10-28
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    | info@greatnessguild.org | greatnessguild.org I feel _______.
  14. cba2015 Greatness Guild | Richard Kasperowski | Julia Ivashina @greatnessguild

    | info@greatnessguild.org | greatnessguild.org I feel _______. MAD, SAD, GLAD, AFRAID
  15. cba2015 Greatness Guild | Richard Kasperowski | Julia Ivashina @greatnessguild

    | info@greatnessguild.org | greatnessguild.org I feel _______. MAD, SAD, GLAD, AFRAID Describe to yourself why you feel that way.
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    | info@greatnessguild.org | greatnessguild.org Try it: Check In • Check In • Speaker says, “I feel [one or more of MAD, SAD, GLAD, AFRAID].” Speaker may add a brief explanation. Speaker may say, “I pass.” • Speaker says, “I’m in.” • Listeners respond, “Welcome.” • Groups of 3, 3 minutes 7:00
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    | info@greatnessguild.org | greatnessguild.org I want _____________.
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    | info@greatnessguild.org | greatnessguild.org I want _____________. Self-awareness* Integrity Courage Passion Peace Presence Self-care Fun Wisdom Health
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    | info@greatnessguild.org | greatnessguild.org Try it: Super-fast Personal Alignment • Complete this sentence: • “I want ___________.” • Fill in the blank with a virtue from this list: Self-awareness (default answer), Integrity, Courage, Passion, Peace, Presence, Self-care, Fun, Wisdom, Health • To guide you: • Imagine it is the only thing you want. • Imagine you single- mindedly pursued it. • Imagine that if you had all of it that the universe has to offer, you could obtain everything else you want. • Solo, 2 minutes • See Personal Alignment & Personal Alignment Express at thecoreprotocols.org 7:05
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    | info@greatnessguild.org | greatnessguild.org Connection • Why: Connect great people into a great team, totally cohesive and supporting each other toward shared goal • How • Check In (p. 6) • Ask For Help (p. 8) • Intention Check (p. 11) • Personal Alignment (p. 18) • Investigate (p. 20) Image: http://www.cicispizza.com/menu-items/soup-salad/garden-salad, 2015-10-28
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    | info@greatnessguild.org | greatnessguild.org I’m curious. Will you tell me more about _________________?
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    | info@greatnessguild.org | greatnessguild.org Try it: Investigate • Investigate • Learn about your partners’ Personal Alignment. • Be curious. Don’t ask leading questions. Don’t push help on your partners. • Try opening with “What is your Personal Alignment?” or “What do you want?” • Same group of 3, 5 minutes 7:15
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    | info@greatnessguild.org | greatnessguild.org Productivity • Why: Align together, deliver great products, achieve great results • How • Decider (p. 12) • Resolution (p. 15) • Perfection Game (p. 16) Image: https://treatticket.com/deals/belfast/6871, 2015-10-28
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    | info@greatnessguild.org | greatnessguild.org Let’s plan a party! • Theme • Place (venue, decorations, etc.) • People (names, invitations, advertisement, etc.) • Food • Price (budget, who pays, etc.)
  25. cba2015 Greatness Guild | Richard Kasperowski | Julia Ivashina @greatnessguild

    | info@greatnessguild.org | greatnessguild.org Try it: Decider speed game • How many unanimous decisions can you make in 2 minutes? • Goal: plan a party 7:25 • Theme • Venue • People • Food • Budget • Small groups:
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    | info@greatnessguild.org | greatnessguild.org Error Handling • Why: Ensure we are maintaining freedom, self-awareness, connection, and productivity • How • Protocol Check (p. 10) Image: http://www.donovanssteakhouse.com/menu-desserts.html, 2015-10-28
  27. cba2015 Greatness Guild | Richard Kasperowski | Julia Ivashina @greatnessguild

    | info@greatnessguild.org | greatnessguild.org Intentional Culture Design Non-negativity No negation Pretend
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    | info@greatnessguild.org | greatnessguild.org To Learn More • Ask us for help • Visit thecoreprotocols.org • Take a class: next 5-day class is Nov 8-13 (register at gr8p.pl/ bootcampfall15)
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    | info@greatnessguild.org | greatnessguild.org Will you help us?
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    | info@greatnessguild.org | greatnessguild.org Thank you! Richard Kasperowski Julia Ivashina info@greatnessguild.org www.greatnessguild.org gr8p.pl/corebook gr8p.pl/bootcampfall15