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...in the beginning but focus can start drifting to new, better individual goals. Regarding motivational considerations it is important to keep an eye on that and to enable an orientation on how motivation can be kept on a high level...
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Motivation Part I is collection of videos I found really useful to understand more about motivation, idea generation and productivity. As motivation is one of the most important areas to work with as an agile manager I think it’s a...
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Drive Daniel H. Pink;2010 Learn what is motivation. What are differences between extrinsic and intrinsic motivation and how to foster growing motivation. Daniel H. Pink combines science background and stories about motivation in a nice to read way. How it...
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...relevant work items with my employers name. Simply add an #labelname and it’s automatically added while writing your entry. In addition I can classify work types by label. The newly added unlimited labeling is great for flagging (and later filtering)...
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teams motivation and distribution. Are there areas with low motivation but high priority? Address it in your retrospective and discuss steps to improve it.  What about individual motivation schemes – can you maybe use it for the team members development?...
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...a team working on it) having a gender mix the results depend on everyones contribution the team has clear and motivating goals (e.g. by following the 10 steps workshop to define great team goals) motivation is kept high (e.g. by...
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...is part of the identity. We confuse motivation with motivating (the try with extrinsically driven way like rewards, social acknowledgement, fear). Extrinsic motivation starts overlapping our intrinsic motivation – and will replace motivation by the topic with orientation to reach the...
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...highly recommend to provide enough time for everyone to bring the motivators in order and for ranking their current motivation.  For both phases I provide 15 minutes. It seems to be long but people use this time to really think...
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...check for the stage migration or Will-Rogers-Phenomenon  #6 Motivation crowding Everywhere where people do something without a monetary reward you destroy the underlying motivation as soon as you start offering money for the same task. The motivation drifts to earning/saving...
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...motivates us.  Champfrogs helps asking yourself the right questions how to support your environment in getting and sustaining motivation and is for me a key for transforming to a people oriented working place. I guess together with the beautiful workout...
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...it seems to be a great gift for the employee, if (s)he stays (survives) until (s)he can really convert it to usable money. Thinking about the psychology behind these incentives, it leads to the same flaws as working with direct money...
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...lead to fear to fail and demotivation) Despotic leadership behavior still is possible in hierarchical, command and control companies with enough equity capital and high margins. When the environment shifts to margins that need innovation power and service orientation that...
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...environment people like to work in. Unresolved role conflicts (as conflicts in general) eat motivation – in opposition clear roles increase motivation. What’s your experience with roles and potential conflicts? How did you address it in your environment? Something to...
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  Background The past 3 weeks my readings followed the direction career path, innovation and motivation. This time you’ll find a collection of nice and compact resources about leadership, agile carrer development, Love-Comraderie-Adventure and innovation. Readings Overview Lessons learned in...
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...must read to understand why extrinsic motivation in my opinion has to be removed when knowledge working comes into play “Projects rarely fail because the technology does not work; projects usually fail because of people issues. Finding ways to improve...
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...reserve a seat newly on a daily base no fitting projects Leads to: demotivation and likely people leaving the company Depression because of social exclusion Social exclusion due to the fact that you cannot work on the topics because they...
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...in teams from leanovate GmbH   Why Why should you consider diversity for your teams? Kristina and Petra showed some important areas like innovation, recruiting, motivation, productivity and efficiency, learning from other perspectives,… (see more on the 2 following pictures)...
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...on the wrong track … just by asking some people. It is a disruptive format with an integrated learning (by making mistakes) culture. It’s filled with energy and motivation – we worked 10 days full of thinking, group work, discussions...
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...management role will look like in the new environment.  A connection with other disciplines like psychology (e.g. in direction community building and teams), motivation, philosophy and many more areas that enhance our collaboration as humans is important and has to...
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...overhead, faster decisions, more fun and motivation. So the measurement needed has to provide data to take a decision whether the team split worked and the expected faster and more reliable delivery is reached or the change (maybe) failed or...
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...– TED talk A collection of videos about cultural hacking by Stefan Haas e.g. Painting reality Nichtwissen (DE) with more details available at Nichtwissen.com Who is Happy Melly Dan Ariely: What makes us feel good about our work? Previous video...
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With this post I share my insights and learnings about (semi)annual employee talks (appraisal interviews). Done right – an important way to sync between employee and lead, done wrong a real killer for motivation. Like already nicely described in the...
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...to stick to it and give it the category of a fact, in an interesting form of grasping and clinging… By asking people to reduce their standards or stay over time, you destroy their motivation because of a commitment made...
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...of delegation clear (key input for role clarification) I really liked the way we were using Kudos and I got new input how to use it in an even more simplified way. The motivation during the 2 days and especially at...
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...and being agile. Learning as a key factor for innovation Innovation is key to survive for many organisations. Crucial elements for innovation are: knowledge, to be productive. Innovation is fundamentally about learning.  creativity, to produce original and useful results motivation,...
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...administrative overhead + implement a cultural hack. As you maybe already know – I’m not at all a fan of working with money based goal systems and using the classical performance appraisals. Why? Because it stifles motivation, leads to misleading...
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...a feedback). As soon as you apply you should note the application date and some details like your motivation and e.g. cover letter reference. First talk – a stage for the company that invites for the first talk. Note the...
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Agile is about being fast and flexible. I love reading books about AGILE and surrounding topics (motivation, management, happiness, nature,…) but always struggled reading a lot of text and having the need to condense relevant information afterwards. I guess you...
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...good approach is to tackle a small business requirement migration first. Learn from the system, build your new environment including delivery pipeline and new production environment. And ship it.  It’s a great feeling, supports motivation and builds trust, when migration...
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