Micro habits for developers to achieve sticky agile transformation
- URL: https://www.thoughtworks.com/insights/blog/agile-project-management/micro-habits-sticky-agile-transformation
- Sticky transformations are those where engineering teams adopt productive practices as a habit and need no external influence to go through with them.
- Response**RewardAlarm for five minutes before stand-up
- Richard Thaler won the Nobel for his work on nudging.
- Clear advocates for one percent daily changes to your habits - small enough that there’s little friction.
- To act on a cue
- To activate a craving
- To respond to the craving
- To get the reward
- how do you put it into practice when designing your transformation initiatives?
- Cue/trigger The cue, whether from an internal thought or external envrionment, trigger creates a craving.
- Craving The cue singals a craving, often a feeling or urge, which signals the brain to seek a response.
- Response The response is what motivates you to act to fullfill the craving.
- Reward The reward satisfies the craving and further imbeds the association to create a feedback loop.
- five minutes before stand-up
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