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About Me

Joe Schmetzer

@tumbarumba

Renaissance Developer

http://www.exubero.com/joe/

Joe Schmetzer
About Me

Joe Schmetzer

@tumbarumba

Renaissance Developer

http://www.exubero.com/joe/

Development Lead
Securities Operations IT

Joe Schmetzer
What is your Mindset? Mindset Questionnaire
Map - overview
Map - Cognitive Biases

Müller-Lyer Illusion

Muller-Lyer Illusion
Thinking, Fast and Slow

Cognitive Biases

Cognitive Biases

Cognitive Biases

Cognitive Biases

Cognitive Biases

Cognitive Biases

Cognitive Biases

Map - Cognitive Biases
Map - Agyris's Models
Agyris Model I - Values
Agyris Model I - Assumptions
Agyris Model I - Consequences
Working Relationships
  • Lower commitment
  • Decreased trust
  • Reduced learning
  • Greater defensiveness
  • Unproductive conflict
  • Inappropriate dependence on others
Performance: Individual Well-Being:
Agyris Model I - Consequences
Working Relationships
  • Lower commitment
  • Decreased trust
  • Reduced learning
  • Greater defensiveness
  • Unproductive conflict
  • Inappropriate dependence on others
Performance: Individual Well-Being:
Agyris Model II - Values
Agyris Model II - Assumptions
Agyris Model II - Consequences
Working Relationships
  • Greater commitment
  • Increased trust
  • Increased learning
  • Reduced defensiveness
  • Productive conflict
  • Appropriate dependence on others
Performance: Individual Well-Being:
Agyris Model II - Consequences
Working Relationships
  • Greater commitment
  • Increased trust
  • Increased learning
  • Reduced defensiveness
  • Productive conflict
  • Appropriate dependence on others
Performance: Individual Well-Being:
Agyris Model I vs Model II
Mindset Questionnaire Revisited Mindset Questionnaire
Mindset Questionnaire Revisited Mindset Questionnaire
Map - Agyris's Models
Map - Two Column Case Study
Paula and Ted Paula and Ted dialog

from "The Skilled Facilitator", by Roger Schwartz

Paula and Ted Review
Map - Two Column Case Study
Map - Eight Behaviors for Smarter Teams
The Eight Behaviours for Smarter Teams
  1. Focus on interests, not positions
  2. Test assumptions and inferences
  3. Jointly design next steps
  4. Discuss undiscussable issues
  1. State views and ask genuine questions
  2. Share all relevant information
  3. Use specific examples and agree on what important words mean
  4. Explain reasoning and intent

Eight Behaviors for Smarter Teams, Roger Schwartz, 2013
http://www.schwarzassociates.com/resources/articles/

Paula and Ted Revisited Paula and Ted dialog

from "The Skilled Facilitator", by Roger Schwartz

Paula and Ted Revisited Review
Map - Eight Behaviors for Smarter Teams
Map - Living the Mutual Learning Model
Two Column Case Study Example Paula and Ted dialog

from "The Skilled Facilitator", by Roger Schwartz

Two Column Case Study Practice Case Study Form

from "Frustrated, It is probably your fault", by Jeffrey Fredrick
http://blog.jeffreyfredrick.com/2015/06/25/slides-frustrated-it-is-probably-your-fault/

Reflection: What did we learn?
Map - Living the Mutual Learning Model
Map - Living the Mutual Learning Model
Want to Learn More?

This talk!
http://tumbarumba.github.io/fellowship-of-the-ring

London Action Science Meetup Group http://www.meetup.com/London-Action-Science-Meetup/

Eight Behaviours for Smarter Teams (free download) http://www.schwarzassociates.com/resources/articles/

Smart Leaders Smarter Teams by Roger Schwarz

More about Action Science http://www.actionscience.com/actinq.htm

Amy Cuddy's Power Pose Ted talk https://www.ted.com/talks/ amy_cuddy_your_body_language_shapes_who_you_are