Someone asked, "How can we make sure teams deliver business value consistently?" I answered, "Make sure somebody who cares about Process Performance is on each team." Someone who cares about Process Performance is motivated to execute schedules on time and on budget; they have a keen eye for risks that jeopardize success. When collaborating with teams, people who care about Process Performance use their unique perspective to influence team decisions.
OK. That's easy to say. But what does that look like in practice? Well, my 2-day workshop for process leaders (aka Scrum Masters) is designed to show people exactly what that looks like.
This is where we do a deep dive into the why of agile principles and how to recognize them in practices.
This is where we delve into the 9 different decision-making perspectives and what they mean.
Week News Online Personas
This is where we look at the Week News Online personas, their strengths and how they work together to make decisions.
This is where we delve into an overview of practices being used and/or are being introduced.
And before we get to practicing practices, we delve into leadership for agile practices based on Daniel Goleman's Primal Leadership styles, focusing primarily on Coaching, Affiliative & Democratic leadership, so they can learn how to motivate teams for Process Performance.
Process Leader Exercises
Exercises will be those where both Process Performance and Development Process perspectives are needed for optimal decision making. We practice agile principle recognition, delegation of accountability, and leadership styles all while working on problems specific to their organization such as forming teams, managing cycle-times, process adaptation, and more.
With a People First Empowerment Platform subscription, process leaders will also get weekly encouragement for their strengths that help them use their innate talents to become even better leaders as time goes on.
This is how teams can be Motivated by Process Performance.