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Sprint to Habits. As easy as 1,2,3 (Exo-World Talk)

Copy of my talk 15/6/20 for Exo world

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Sprint to Habits. As easy as 1,2,3 (Exo-World Talk)

  1. 1. Sprints to Habits. As easy as 1,2,3 How to run a habit-building sprint Copyright Bryan Cassady 2020
  2. 2. Bryan Cassady • 11 Start-ups in 6 countries (8 winners, 1 loser, 2 unknown) • Professor: 5 MBA programs (Innovation + Entrep) • Research : Addiction , Innovation Culture • New Book CYCLES with 24 co-authors • Certifications: 6 Sigma, Innovation Engineering, Google Sprints, Exo Coach (in progress) , Tiny Habits Innovation + Sprints + Habits 1 23 Innovation SprintsHabits
  3. 3. WHY RUN A SPRINT 1. To get clarity on some important issues 2. To build ideas to solve these issues quickly 3. To test these ideas fast 4. To jump start innovation / change company culture (this presentation is about objective 4)
  4. 4. A challenging Personal Experience…
  5. 5. Objectives Process Alignment A new business / business model in 12 weeks A weekly learning cycle every week for 10 weeks A 2 day management meeting to agree «what and why» Plus basic training: How to build ideas/ the importance of systems 2 weeks 10 weeks Alignment Every Monday… what are we going to do this week Build ideas Every Friday… a brain-storming session (with new external people) Communicate Check Real-time research (every day) Every Friday External experts to validate/ give feedback on all ideas Systems Weekly Identify death threats/ work on death threats Kill all weak ideas where death threats not resolved in 2 weeks Every Day A 10 minute standing meeting Work every day A big challenge ➔ A 100 day sprint
  6. 6. Did we deliver Transformation ?
  7. 7. Source: Agnis Stibe
  8. 8. My New Book There is a recipe in business books: - The world it getting harder, more uncertain than ever before - We’ve analysed things and have a secret for you… - Just follow-us and the world will be wonderful The reality is there is a huge gap between knowing and doing… ➔ a final chapter is on habit building (and how to make transformation happen)
  9. 9. “What are habits ?
  10. 10. Habits = Behavior + Repetition + Reinforcement
  11. 11. “a behaviour that's easier to do than not to do and something that happens usually without thinking” Mini Habits Stephen Guise- Author Mini-Habits
  12. 12. New habits don’t stick (usually) 8 times out of 10 times, when people start with a new good behaviour, they revert to the old bad habits
  13. 13. One Explanation… The new habits got killed by the Corporate immune system
  14. 14. Option # 1 Too often the good behaviours started don’t stick, so a common solution is to innovate outside the core Option #2 I believe a better solution is a habit building approach based on the latest science. to change the business step by step ” 2 Options
  15. 15. Another view They were not habits The behaviour was not sustainable AND/OR It was not facilitated AND/OR It was not repeated AND/OR It was not reinforced
  16. 16. RESEARCH The single research finding on habits “motivation is not enough”
  17. 17. New years diets We know the issues We are motivated to change But 80% off their diets by Feb. 1
  18. 18. Habits can be accidental or intentional If you want to build habits intentionally A model/framework 98% of experts would agree on…. 1. Identify 2. Facilitate 3. Trigger 4. Reinforce Which behaviours to habits Make the behaviours easier Make them happen Repeat and reinforce until they happen without thinking
  19. 19. “You do not rise to the level of your goals. You fall to the level of your systems (habits) .” ~ James Clear
  20. 20. Practical Advice 4 Steps
  21. 21. “You do not rise to the level of your goals. You fall to the level of your systems.” ~ James Clear MY RESEARCH If change is gradual and if it is built on tiny-steps, any organization can change. But change needs to happen in the right order …
  22. 22. Smart companies think less about objectives and focus more on processes. Processes deliver results And processes create identity Process OutcomesIdentity
  23. 23. Partnerships Persistence Processes Purpose / Passion Innovation Over 90% of companies go through these stages sequentially. That means the right way to move forward is almost always to simply to identify the stage a company is at now and then work on what will get them to the next stage Companies become innovative step by step Each stage is dependent on the previous stages Stage 2 Stage 1 Stage 3 Stage 4
  24. 24. Why objectivity is important Overestimation is a common (very common) fault 87% of MBA students at Stanford University rated their academic performance as above the median 8/10 drivers say their driving skill is above average Stage 1 Stage 2 Stage 3 Stage 4 Stage 1 82% 61% 18% 10% Actual Stage 2 14% 34% 46% 24% Stage Stage 3 4% 3% 33% 43% Stage 4 0% 2% 3% 23% 100% 100% 100% 100% % Overestimate 0 61% 64% 77% Accurate 82% 34% 33% 23% % Underestimate 18% 5% 3% 0% Self Reported Innovation Readiness
  25. 25. A sports analogy You can’t build a champion player overnight. You gotta work on the basics, then the fundamentals, then advanced skills. If I want to teach someone how to do a fade-away backhand smash, the time to do this is after they have a very strong backhand.
  26. 26. The big issue In great sprints, people do super-human things … (your job is to stay realistic)
  27. 27. Sink or Swim You can be really motivated But if you can’t swim and you’re dropped off in the ocean you will drown
  28. 28. Trait Behaviour 1 Behaviour 2 Behaviour 3 Behaviour 4Behaviour 5 Behaviour 6 Etc.. Ability Willingness No Behaviour (ever) Behaviour (with trigger) B1 B2 B5 B3 B4 B6 B3 Step #1: Assess and Map
  29. 29. Why Map things ? Ability Willingness Quite simply… Behaviours happen When people are Ready, Willing and Able No Behaviour (ever) B3 Behaviour (with trigger) B7 Behavioural Threshold B1 B2 B5 B4 B6
  30. 30. Step # 2: Quick Wins and Facilitation (1) Ability Willingness B7 Behavioural Threshold B4 B6 Start Here B3 B1 B2 B5 THE BEST WAY TO BUILD WILLINGNESS IS TO MAKE PEOPLE SUCCESSFUL Success leads to success. More importantly, the size of the success doesn’t matter much. THE SOLUTION SMALL REGULAR WINS =
  31. 31. Step # 2: Quick Wins and Facilitation (1) Ability Willingness B7 Behavioural Threshold B4 B6 Start Here B3 B1 B2 B5 THE BEST WAY TO BUILD WILLINGNESS IS TO MAKE PEOPLE SUCCESSFUL Success leads to success. More importantly, the size of the success doesn’t matter much. THE SOLUTION SMALL REGULAR WINS =
  32. 32. Step # 2: Quick Wins and Facilitation (1) Ability Willingness B7 Behavioural Threshold B4 B6 B3 B1 B2 B5 THE BEST WAY TO BUILD WILLINGNESS IS TO MAKE PEOPLE SUCCESSFUL Success leads to success. More importantly, the size of the success doesn’t matter much. THE SOLUTION SMALL REGULAR WINS =
  33. 33. Step # 2: Quick Wins and Facilitation (1) Ability Willingness B7 Behavioural Threshold B4 B6 B3 B1 B2 B5 THE BEST WAY TO BUILD WILLINGNESS IS TO MAKE PEOPLE SUCCESSFUL Success leads to success. More importantly, the size of the success doesn’t matter much. THE SOLUTION SMALL REGULAR WINS =
  34. 34. Step # 2: Quick Wins and Facilitation (2) Start with Able • Simplify goals • Build ability Then work on Willingness • Make them successful • Make them feel important When Able and Willing, work on Readiness Ability Willingness Behavioural Threshold B3 B1 Ability First
  35. 35. Step # 2: Quick Wins and Facilitation (2) Start with Able • Simplify goals • Build ability Then work on Willingness • Make them successful • Make them feel important When Able and Willing, work on Readiness Ability Willingness Behavioural Threshold B3 B1 Ability First B3 B1
  36. 36. Step # 3: Work on your triggers Want to be a runner ? Start by putting your shoes out in the evening So you need to walk over them when you get up
  37. 37. A habit expert insight The January 1st Fridge clean-up Or a stacked habit Every time I take something from the fridge; I will throw out one unhealthy thing
  38. 38. Why this is works … we eat what we see
  39. 39. Step # 4: Reinforcement Celebration is the “secret sauce” of habit building A talk with BJ Fogg (Tiny Habits) Your job is not to make people successful Your job is to make people feel successful” When people feel something, they change how they act. When they feel XYZ… they act more XYZ and become more XYZ
  40. 40. When you’re an innovator, you innovate. William James ‘People tend to become what they think about themselves.’ IDENTITY CHANGES
  41. 41. Everything you really need to know about habit building in 1 slide
  42. 42. Details Secrets to success Step 1 Identify What specific behavior you want to make into a habit? Identify specific behaviors not aspirations. A behavior is something you can do right now or at another specific point in time. An aspiration is often a collection of behaviors. Step 2 Facilitate Develop your skills (ability) and willingness to do the desired behavior Motivating behavior seldom works. The starting point should be to build ability AND wins . Only when people are able to do the behavior should you start with motivation Step 3 Trigger Create environmental cues or triggers to automatically perform the desired behavior (Readiness). Behavior only happens when we are able, willing and get a trigger to take action. When people are willing and able, identify specific cues/triggers to get people to take action. Triggers are for behaviors not traits. Behaviors should be small Step 4 Reinforcement When a behavior is happening you need to reinforce it. Reinforcement is the "secret sauce" of habit creation. When people are doing the right behaviors, they need to be reinforced. The best way to do this is to celebrate successes and FEEL success. This celebration helps create the link. I am XXX, We are XXX. This means we do YYY and ZZZ. This identity change in the foundation of habits
  43. 43. Sprints to build habits
  44. 44. Habit Building is a 4-Step Process Miss one step and you fail Details Contribution of a Sprint Score Step 1 Identify What specific behavior you want to make into a habit? Alignment on the Sprint objectives and if an EXO sprint, agreement on MTP Low Step 2 Facilitate Develop your skills (ability) and willingness to do the desired behavior Learning by doing Creation of a learning mindset Quick wins, build confidence and motivation High Step 3 Trigger Create environmental cues or triggers to automatically perform the desired behavior (Readiness). Daily stand-ups Demo sessions (During the Sprint) Low Step 4 Reinforcement When a behavior is happening you need to reinforce it. Reinforced during the sprint, but usually not afterwards Low
  45. 45. Q: How could we make every sprint a habit building sprint ? A: Add strategic elements before, during and after the sprint
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  47. 47. Idea # 1 (pre-sprint) An innovation readiness Assessment
  48. 48. Identify what changes are possible An objective organizational assessment validated with over 500 companies Deliverables • Bright Spots • Areas for improvement • Likely corporate immune responses • The best next step for the company now 48 Budget : +/- 1,5 K per company plus $50 / report
  49. 49. Overall Score 38 Desire / Hunger 32 Philosophies 37 Autonomy 11 Competitive 52 Creativity 60 Proactivity 43 Risk Taking 27 Structure 79 More Information Strategy alignment 37 People processes 54 Organizational Design 43 Customer Focus 11 Co-creation 93 Ecosystem Management 27 Speed / Results focus 33 Systems to select ideas 15 Commitment to Learning 10 Knowledge Sharing 49 Open Minded 10 This report was developed via a collaboration between many experts in Innovation. For more information on the study, please contact Bryan Cassady : + 32 475 860 757 / bryan@fast-bridge.com LEARNING ORIENTATION INNOVATION & BUSINESS PERFORMANCE Percentile Score Strengths Creativity, Structure, Co-creation, 38 Weaknesses Autonomy, Risk Taking, Customer Focus, Ecosystem Management, Systems to select ideas, Commitment to Learning, Open Minded, INNOVATION READINESS ASSESSMENT TEST ATTITUDE, LEADERSHIP & CULTURE ENTREPRENEURIAL ORIENTATION STRATEGIC ALIGNMENT OPERATING PROCEDURES 2.00 2.50 3.00 3.50 4.00 4.50 5.00 5.50 6.00 Desire / Hunger Philosophies Benchmark TEST - 1.00 2.00 3.00 4.00 5.00 6.00 7.00 8.00 Strategy alignment (OVERALL) Align Targets Top Support Innovation Match Innovation overall strat. Clear priorities Action = values Shared vision Clear what business we are in Future focus TEST Benchmark 2.00 2.50 3.00 3.50 4.00 4.50 5.00 5.50 6.00 Commitment to Learning Knowledge Sharing Open Minded Benchmark TEST 2.00 3.00 4.00 5.00 6.00 7.00 People processes Organizational Design Customer Focus Co-creation Ecosystem Management Systems to select ideas Speed / Results focus Benchmark TEST - 1.00 2.00 3.00 4.00 5.00 Autonomy Competitive Creativity Proactivity Risk Taking Structure Benchmark TEST 1.00 1.50 2.00 2.50 3.00 3.50 4.00 4.50 InnovationResults Business Results Benchmark TEST STEP 1 The Basics OK Strategy First 37 STEP 2 Build processes/procedures Hunger 32 Philosophy 37 Speed 33 Learning Orientation * 23 Proactivity 43 STEP 3 Entrepreneurial Orientation General systems 41 If Issues, Fix Customer focus 11 Risk Taking 27 Strategy alignment Ecosystem Management 27 Innovation training If Issues, Fix Structure 79 (For management and workers) All Stage 1 activities Creativity 60 Innovation Events Moments of truth Invite Speakers Ask for ideas If Issues, Fix Lean Start-up (learning training) Set up systems All Stage 1/2 activities External Events Accleration programs Ask for more ideas Reward Proactivity Create Sessions Hackathons Coaching Ecosystem development Tell them it is important and Innovation Sprints Celebrate risk taking get them to believe … Reward Innovation Bring in Entrepreneurs ----------- Reward Innopreneurship * learning orientation is a complied score of Ask for ideas, push for speed Build ideas and systems to test Expect Entrepreneurship, bring in entrepreneurs/ partners to shake things up Look At Strengths To Build On: Commitment to Learning, Knowledge Sharing and Open Minded Pay Particular Attention To Pay particular attention to Pay particular attention to Creativity, Structure, Co-creation, One page summary
  50. 50. Free for participants Innovation Readiness Assessment: www.fast-bridge.net/innovready/
  51. 51. Idea # 2 (pre-sprint) Alignment tools / workshops
  52. 52. Agree a plan BEFORE the Sprint 1. What you want to change 2. How you will change it 3. What you will DO when 52 Better clarification of overall objectives and the role of the Sprint Thinking is not doing Starting is not doing
  53. 53. Idea # 3 (Post-Sprint) A habit building workshop
  54. 54. Solidify the behaviours after the Sprint A half-day habit building workshop • Habits and habit building Workshop • Celebrate Success • Focus Mapping • Habit Recipes • Get commitment to action 54
  55. 55. High Impact Low Impact EasyHard 1. Behaviours linked to innovation 2. Classify by impact 3. Arrange by difficulty 4. Choose 2-3 to start 5. Make a habit recipes Source: TinyHabits BJ Fogg Step 1 and 2
  56. 56. High Impact Low Impact EasyHard Source: TinyHabits BJ Fogg 1. Behaviours linked to innovation 2. Classify by impact 3. Arrange by difficulty 4. Choose 2-3 to start 5. Make a habit recipes Step 3 Step 1 and 2
  57. 57. High Impact Low Impact EasyHard Source: TinyHabits BJ Fogg 1. Behaviours linked to innovation 2. Classify by impact 3. Arrange by difficulty 4. Choose 2-3 to start 5. Make a habit recipes Step 3 Step 1 and 2 Step 4
  58. 58. 1 maybe 2 implementation intentions • I will mediate for 10 minutes at 7a.m. every morning in my kitchen sitting at the table. • 30 minutes before the weekly Monday meeting, I will send one important question to discuss 2-4 Stacked or Tiny Habits • After I close my computer, I will tidy one item on my work desk • When I am asked for a solution, I will ask one question about the problem Habit Recipes
  59. 59. Idea # 4 (Post-Sprint) Tiny Habits Week 1 : Normal program Week 3: Innovation program
  60. 60. The Basics Getting set up (25 min): You read simple instructions online, watch some of BJ Fogg videos, and then design three new habits. Monday-Friday (3 min / day): You practice your new habits and respond to a daily email from a Tiny Habits Coach. The Tiny Habits 5-Day program
  61. 61. Tiny is mighty Get people started small tiny habits and let them grow 1. Learn the method first and gain confidence (Normal program ) 2. Then apply to Innovation ○ Personalized by company ○ Tailored Innovation Recipes
  62. 62. Resources About me: www.bryancassady.com Research: The Science of Innovation (http://tiny.cc/scienceofinnovation ) My Book: https://www.bryancassady.com/author/ Innovation Readiness Assessment: www.fast-bridge.net/innovready/ Sample Report : LINK Habit Building Atomic Habits, James Clear (LINK) Tiny Habits, BJ Fogg (LINK) Try the tiny habits system: https://www.tinyhabits.com/join 25 minute start, 3 min per day Download Link : http://tiny.cc/sprinthabitspdf
  63. 63. Connect with me… I am the only Bryan Cassady on Linkedin
  64. 64. As an Exo Consultant, you’re working hard to make exponential organizations. A challenge you face is how to deal with their corporate immune systems. One powerful way to address this issue is to know what a company can do BEFORE you start proposing new solutions. A good way to know this is to assess an organization's innovation readiness. I would like to invite you to try our assessment. In exchange for about 30 minutes of their time, your client will get a score in 14 areas versus our benchmark of a little 400 companies . This will let you know where the bright spots and issues are quickly and easily. www.fast-bridge.net/innovready/ Our normal fee for this survey is €295. I’d like to offer this to you free for one client to get to know each other. After completion, you will get a free confidential report (if you use your email in the reply format) and if you’d like you can arrange a short meeting with me to discuss your results together: https://bryancassady.youcanbook.me/

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