Scrum meets Management 3.0 - how to apply the latest management ideas to strengthen Scrum

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Many Scrum implementations suffer from poor management understanding and support. In this presentation you will learn how ideas and practices from Management 3.0 can be used and applied to strengthen Scrum.
We will take a look at how the six views views on organizations from Management 3.0 (energize people, empowering teams, align constraints, develop competence, grow structure and improve everything) can be used to deliberately strengthen a Scrum implementation.

Scrum meets Management 3.0 - how to apply the latest management ideas to strengthen Scrum

  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 !
  2. 2. Agenda • Intro • Management 3.0 model • Six views discussion • Three scenarios discussion • Summary and conclusions
  3. 3. Management support for Scrum •In groups, identify • Good examples • Bad examples
  4. 4. Management 3.0
  5. 5. People  are  the  most  important  parts   of  an  organiza2on  and  managers   must  do  all  they  can  to  keep  people   ac2ve,  crea2ve,  and  mo2vated. 5
  6. 6. Teams  can  self-­‐organize,  and  this   requires  empowerment,   authoriza2on,  and  trust  from   management. 6
  7. 7. 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
  8. 8. Teams  cannot  achieve   their  goals  if  team   members  aren’t  capable   enough,  and  managers   must  therefore   contribute  to  the   development  of   competence. 8
  9. 9. Many  teams  operate  within  the  context  of  a  complex   organiza2on,  and  thus  it  is  important  to  consider   structures  that  enhance  communica2on. 9
  10. 10. People,  teams,  and   organiza2ons  need  to   improve  con2nuously  to   defer  failure  for  as  long  as   possible. 10
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  12. 12. 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?
  13. 13. • 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:
  14. 14. Three scenarios • Discuss the three scenarios based on which of the M 3.0 views can be applicable: 1. A new team that is new to Scrum 2. A mature team that is new to Scrum 3. 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
  15. 15. • 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
  16. 16. Management 3.0
  17. 17. 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/ •Literature mentioned during workshop: • Management 3.0, Jurgen Appelo • Management 3.0 Workout, Jurgen Appelo • The Five Dysfunctions of a Team, Patrick Lencioni


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