Agile HR - What / Why / How

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November 21, 2019

Agile HR - What / Why / How

Presentation and workshop done with Adrien & Isabel during the first Agile HR meetup @Luxembourg.

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November 21, 2019
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    Who are we ? Adrien Muller Agile Coach, Software Craftsman,

    Trainer and Security Officer @agilepartner Isabel Van De Voorde Yoan Thirion software craftsman, agile enthusiast, team player @agilepartner People partner at B.I.L Agile Coaching
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    SPA A B C Create groups of 3 persons Take

    turns asking yourself the following question 1 minute / person Of all the things you do in your work, what makes you happiest?
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    SPA – resource gossip For 2 minutes, two members of

    the group discuss about the third one who only listens (from behind compared to the others): • What qualities and resources do they think he/she has ? • what did they learn from the person ?
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    Manifesto for Agile Software Development Individuals and interactions over processes

    and tools Working software over comprehensive documentation Customer collaboration over contract negotiation Responding to change over following a plan We are uncovering better ways of developing software by doing it and helping others do it. Through this work we have come to value: That is, while there is value in the items on the right, we value the items on the left more.
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    Manifesto for Agile HR Development We are uncovering better ways

    of developing an engaging workplace culture by doing it and helping others do it. Through this work we have come to value
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    That is, while there is value in the items on

    the right, we value the items on the left more. Collaborative networks over hierarchical structures Transparency over secrecy Adaptability over prescriptiveness Inspiration and engagement over management and retention Intrinsic motivation over extrinsic rewards Ambition over obligation
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    Agile for HR knowledge and skills Agile Leadership Design Thinking

    Management 3.0 Change management 3.0 T-Shaped HRs Liberating structures S3.0 Schneider Culture model Intrinsic motivation Mindset Employee focus and centricity Feedback Sit in the business Listen, listen, listen Continuous improvement Simplification Tools Scrum / Kanban Retrospectives Stand-up meeting Visual Management Experiments Iterations Big Room Planning ...
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    Enumerate at least 10 factsthat demonstrate you are already there.

    Imagine you are 1 point higher. Who else will see differences? Which ones? what could you do in the next 10 daysthat could put you on the way to this +1 ? On a scale from 1 to 10 , how do you embody those cultural changes? 10 : I embody fully without making effort and I demonstrate it daily. 1 : means the complete opposite
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    Co-create, Listen, Invite, Inspire Serveant leadership Focus on purpose: the

    Why Safety and equal voice Stimulate growing and sharing of knowledge Stimulate collaboration Stimulate transparency Enable autonomy Improve quality of decision taking Failure is ok, when you learn from it Be the change you want to see
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    desire to work for your company Hiring through consensus: candidate

    fit with the company culture, not only with the manager Engagement survey results: objectives for management committee HR analytics: evidence based decision taking New managers: lower expectations, career gurus, mentoring and leadership programs Aligned pay scales for experts KPI’s on positive indicators (instead of absenteeism, ..) Quarterly objectives review Calibration of teams not individuals Bureaucracy-buster Influence based on solid points of view, not based on politics
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    Thank you Adrien Muller Agile Coach, Software Craftsman, Trainer and

    Security Officer @agilepartner Isabel Van De Voorde Yoan Thirion software craftsman, agile enthusiast, team player @agilepartner People partner at B.I.L Agile Coaching