Lost in Motivation in an Agile World

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LEMİ ORHAN ERGİN Master Software Craftsman, ACM Developing software since 2001 Community Lead of Agile Turkey Founder of Software Craftsmanship Turkey Developer, Architect, Trainer, Coach, Leader Sony & eBay Alumni Managing Partner at /lemiorhan lemiorhanergin.com @lemiorhan

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z zz zz z Motivation is a common problem for everyone

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even for me

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I cannot improve Nothing excited Monotonous Hard to focus No innovation Nothing to learn myself

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I cannot work with people Feel alone work for long hours Cannot get help Blame rules No teamwork

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I am controlled No trust Arguing via emails No care for feelings I am an headcount Monitored closely like a kid

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I FEEL unmotivated exhausted tired hopeless sad angry lazy depressed stressed alone

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we forget to mention money

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Does money engage us?

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Does money engage us? The association between salary and job satisfaction is very weak.
 There is less than 2% overlap between pay and job satisfaction levels

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Does money engage us? The relationship of pay with both job and pay satisfaction is pretty much the same everywhere in the world

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Does money engage us?

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Does money engage us? 87% of employees worldwide are not engaged at work. The world has a crisis of engagement.

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Does money engage us? Employees earning salaries in the top half of our data range reported 
 similar levels of job satisfaction 
 to those employees earning salaries in the bottom-half of our data range

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money does not buy engagement

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we are all human feelings we have

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we have to build and use human centric practices and processes

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Lean Agility Craftsmanship focus on the human side of our work life to build better products

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Lean Agility Craftsmanship Trust Honesty Teamwork Self-Organization Empowered Teams Continuous Improvement Retrospecting Regularly Sustainable Pace Proxy to InterRuptions Face to face Communication Collaboration Efficiency Removing Waste Pairing courage Professionalism No Blame Rule Limiting multi-tasking Mentorship Fast Feedback Loops Community of Professionals Code of Ethics Collective Ownership Practicing to Master Five Whys Slack Time

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mindset makes the difference, not the tools

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mindset practices and characteristics of the improving motivation and culture

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no matter how senior or experienced your team is trust by default

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stop pushing performance goals for difficult problems define mastery goals Dr. Heidi Grant Halvorson From the book “Succeed: How We Can Reach Our Goals” http://amzn.com/0452297710

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be a leader, work wisely, acquire followers and foster discipline mentor professionalism

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To remove impediments, catalyze teamwork and trust have servant fighters

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organize brown bag sessions, work with foremen foster collaboration

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give time and provide environment to be better at their professions allow people to invest in themselves

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everyone feels comfortable when they know the real purpose of what they do communicate the purpose

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give special importance to thank people deliver positive feedback

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if you are committed to change the way you work, feel responsible about it do not act like agile, live it

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stop cutting costs of the essentials of our profession pay for a better place

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define nerdy rituals, feed your sense of humor, enjoy your job define definition of fun

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behave ethically and reject all requests to build crap do your job right

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work with correct people

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remember whatever you do do not forget to ENJOY Joe O'Brien and Jim Weirich while doing ruby code review https://www.flickr.com/photos/fraserspeirs/3394902061

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/lemiorhan https://www.linkedin.com/in/lemiorhan @lemiorhan https://twitter.com/lemiorhan /lemiorhan http://www.slideshare.net/lemiorhan lemiorhanergin.com Official site having personal information Lemİ orhan ergİn agile software craftsman www.acm-software.com

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