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Leadership Models for Open Source Communities

Leadership Models for Open Source Communities

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Presented during the Debian/Ubuntu Community Conference 23-24 May 2015.
«We'll discuss some Leadership Models (Hero, Servant and Host) and how these models can be useful leading an open source volunteering based project.»

Presented during the Debian/Ubuntu Community Conference 23-24 May 2015.
«We'll discuss some Leadership Models (Hero, Servant and Host) and how these models can be useful leading an open source volunteering based project.»

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Leadership Models for Open Source Communities

  1. 1. Leadership models forLeadership models for Open Source CommunitiesOpen Source Communities Paolo Sammicheli <paolo@sammiche.li>Paolo Sammicheli <paolo@sammiche.li>Debian Ubuntu Community Conference 2015Debian Ubuntu Community Conference 2015
  2. 2. DISCUSSION: WHAT IS LEADERSHIP?DISCUSSION: WHAT IS LEADERSHIP?
  3. 3. TRADITIONAL LEADERSHIP: HEROICTRADITIONAL LEADERSHIP: HEROIC
  4. 4. LEAD by EXAMPLE
  5. 5. Robert K. Greenleaf - "The Servant as Leader" (1970) SERVANT LEADERSHIPSERVANT LEADERSHIP
  6. 6. https://hbr.org/2000/03/leadership-that-gets-results
  7. 7. SIX LEADERSHIP STYLESSIX LEADERSHIP STYLES 1. The coercive style1. The coercive style 2. The authoritative style2. The authoritative style 3. The affiliative style3. The affiliative style 4. The democratic style4. The democratic style 5. The pacesetting style5. The pacesetting style 6. The coaching style6. The coaching style
  8. 8. Coercive Authoritative Affiliative Democratic Pacesetting Coaching The leader’s modus operandi Demands immediate compliance Mobilizes people toward a vision Creates harmony and builds emotional bonds Forges consensus through participation Sets high standards for performance Develops people for the future The style in a phrase “Do what I tell you.” “Come with me.” “People come first.” “What do you think?” “Do as I do, now.” “Try this.” Emotional Intelligence competencies Drive to achieve, initiative, self-control Selfconfidence, empathy, change catalyst Empathy, Building relationships, communication Collaboration, team leadership, communication Conscientious- ness, drive to achieve, initiative Developing others, empathy, self-awareness When the style works best In a crisis, to kick start a turnaround When a clear direction is needed To motivate people during stressful times To build consensus, or to get inputs. To get quick results from a highly motivated team To help an employee develop long- term strengths Overall impact on climate Negative Most strongly positive Positive Positive Negative Positive The Six Leadership Styles at a Glance
  9. 9. «The more styles a leader has mastered, the better. In particular, being able to switch among the authoritative, affiliative, democratic, and coaching styles as conditions dictate creates the best organizational climate and optimizes business performance.» The idea in briefThe idea in brief https://hbr.org/2000/03/leadership-that-gets-results
  10. 10. McKergow, Bailey - “Host - Six new Roles of Engagement”, 2014 Host Leadership ● Six Roles ● Four Positions ● Contextual flexibility ● A useful metaphor
  11. 11. Six RolesSix Roles
  12. 12. 1. Initiator1. Initiator
  13. 13. 2. Inviter2. Inviter
  14. 14. 3. Space Creator3. Space Creator
  15. 15. 4. Gatekeeper4. Gatekeeper
  16. 16. 5. Connector5. Connector
  17. 17. 6. Co-partecipator6. Co-partecipator
  18. 18. Four positionsFour positions
  19. 19. A. On the stageA. On the stage
  20. 20. B. Among the peopleB. Among the people
  21. 21. C. On the balconyC. On the balcony
  22. 22. D. In the kitchenD. In the kitchen
  23. 23. Take a position in your community andTake a position in your community and use the metaphor of the Host.use the metaphor of the Host. Consider the 6 roles and 4 positions.Consider the 6 roles and 4 positions. DISCUSSION:DISCUSSION:
  24. 24. Six RolesSix Roles 1. Initiator1. Initiator 2. Inviter2. Inviter 3. Space Creator3. Space Creator 4. Gatekeeper4. Gatekeeper 5. Connector5. Connector 6. Co-Participator6. Co-Participator Four PositionsFour Positions A. On the stageA. On the stage B. Among the othersB. Among the others C. On the balconyC. On the balcony D. In the kitchenD. In the kitchen HOST LEADERSHIPHOST LEADERSHIP
  25. 25. THANKSTHANKS!! Slides will be available onSlides will be available on http://slideshare.net/xdatap1http://slideshare.net/xdatap1 Paolo Sammicheli <paolo@sammiche.li>Paolo Sammicheli <paolo@sammiche.li>Debian Ubuntu Community Conference 2015Debian Ubuntu Community Conference 2015

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