Scrum meets Management 3.0
- how to apply the latest management
ideas to strengthen Scrum
Arne Åhlander
www.aqqurite.se
Tw...
Intro
• Management support for Scrum
• Good examples
• Bad examples
Management 3.0
People&are&the&most&important&parts&
of&an&organiza2on&and&managers&
must&do&all&they&can&to&keep&people&
ac2ve,&crea2ve,&...
Self=organiza2on&can&lead&to&
anything,&and&it’s&therefore&
necessary&to&protect&people&
and&shared&resources…
…and&to&giv...
Many&teams&operate&within&the&context&of&a&complex&
organiza2on,&and&thus&it&is&important&to&consider&
structures&that&enh...
11
The six views
• In groups
• Pick a view to discuss based on the
following questions:
• How can the knowledge from this ...
• How can the knowledge
from this view be
applied in Scrum?
• Which Scrum role is
best suited to apply this
view?
• How ca...
• A new team
that is new to
Scrum
• A mature team
that is new to
Scrum
• A mature team
that has struggled
with the
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These are slides I used for a workshop at the Scrum Gathering in Paris, September 24, 2013.
The purpose of the workshop was to discuss how ideas from management 3.0 can be used to strengthen a Scrum implementation.

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Scrum meets Management 3.0

  1. 1. Scrum meets Management 3.0 - how to apply the latest management ideas to strengthen Scrum Arne Åhlander www.aqqurite.se Twitter: @ArneAhl LinkedIn: http://se.linkedin.com/in/arneahlander arne.ahlander@aqqurite.se Agenda • Intro • Management 3.0 model • Six views discussion • Three scenarios discussion • Summary and conclusions
  2. 2. Intro • Management support for Scrum • Good examples • Bad examples Management 3.0
  3. 3. People&are&the&most&important&parts& of&an&organiza2on&and&managers& must&do&all&they&can&to&keep&people& ac2ve,&crea2ve,&and&mo2vated. 5 Teams&can&self=organize,&and&this& requires&empowerment,& authoriza2on,&and&trust&from& management. 6
  4. 4. Self=organiza2on&can&lead&to& anything,&and&it’s&therefore& necessary&to&protect&people& and&shared&resources… …and&to&give&people&a&clear& purpose&and&defined&goals. 7 Teams&cannot&achieve& their&goals&if&team& members&aren’t&capable& enough,&and&managers& must&therefore& contribute&to&the& development&of& competence. 8
  5. 5. Many&teams&operate&within&the&context&of&a&complex& organiza2on,&and&thus&it&is&important&to&consider& structures&that&enhance&communica2on. 9 People,&teams,&and& organiza2ons&need&to& improve&con2nuously&to& defer&failure&for&as&long&as& possible. 10
  6. 6. 11 The six views • In groups • Pick a view to discuss based on the following questions: • How can the knowledge from this view be applied in Scrum? • Which Scrum role is best suited to apply this view? • How can this view be used by management?
  7. 7. • How can the knowledge from this view be applied in Scrum? • Which Scrum role is best suited to apply this view? • How can this view be used by management? • Pick a view to discuss based on the following questions: Three scenarios • Discuss the following scenarios based on what of the M 3.0 views can be applicable: • A new team that is new to Scrum • A mature team that is new to Scrum • A mature team that has struggled with the implementation of Scrum for a year.They have made some progress and believe more improvements are possible
  8. 8. • A new team that is new to Scrum • A mature team that is new to Scrum • A mature team that has struggled with the implementation of Scrum for a year. They have made some progress and believe more improvements are possible Summary • See more about Management 3.0 on • http://www.management30.com/ • The Meddlers game I mentioned: • http://www.noop.nl/2011/09/meddlers-free-exercise.html • http://www.management30.com/product/meddlers/ • Litterature mentioned during workshop: • Management 3.0, Jurgen Appelo • The Five Dysfunctions of a Team, Patrick Lencioni

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