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Slides of the talk I did for the ALE bathtub conference

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  • I add this warning to make people realize that a complex system is more than a collection of individuals. People’s behaviors are not only determined by their personalities, but also by their relationships in the social system.Therefore, do not expect personal characteristics to have any predictive value about a person’s behavior.

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  • Stoos and Stuff
  • Jurgen Appelo writer, speaker, entrepreneur... www.jurgenappelo.com
  • Get my new book for FREE! m30.me/ss
  • http://twitter.com/stevedenning http://twitter.com/jurgenappelo http://twitter.com/peterstev http://twitter.com/roeoesli
  • 1. Catherine Louis Agile transitions in the scope of complex product development 2. Deborah Hartmann Preuss Co-Active Coach,Agile Coach, co-creator of AgileCoachCamp.org 3. Esther Derby Co-author of Behind Closed Doors: Secrets of Great Management 4. Franz Röösli Author, Director of the Beyond Budgeting RoundTable 5. Jay Cross Business consultant, author, expert on informal learning. 6. John Styffe Co-Author ofWas Jetzt? ("What now") 7. JonasVonlanthen Responsible for Liip Suisse Romande, an agile web dev. company 8. Julian Birkinshaw Prof. London Business School, Co-Founder MLab, book author 9. Jurgen Appelo Author of Management 3.0, initiator ofAgile Lean Europe network 10. KatiVilkki Manager at Nokia Siemens Network 11. Klaus Leopold Kanban coach and trainer
  • 12. Melina McKim Diverse background in innovation 13. Michael Spayd Org. change & systems coach, co-founderAgile Coaching Institute 14. Peter Hundermark ScrumTrainer & Coach, Community Leader, SouthAfrica 15. Peter Stevens ScrumTrainer & Coach, Community Leader, Switzerland 16. Rod Collins Former CEO, Blue Cross, Blue Shield, Author Leadership in aWikiWorld 17. Roy Osherove 5whys.com blogger, writing 'Notes to a software team leader' book 18. Sanjiv Augustine Author of Managing Agile Projects 19. Simon Roberts ScrumTrainer & Coach 20. Steve Denning Author of Leaders Guide to Radical Management 21. Uli Loth Member of ManagementTeamW.L. Gore Europe
  • Some criticism: “not enough managers”
  • Some criticism: “not enough managers”  Plenty of management experience
  • Some criticism: “not enough managers”  Plenty of management experience  Start with the innovators, not the skeptics
  • Some criticism: “not enough managers”  Plenty of management experience  Start with the innovators, not the skeptics  Many more stakeholders than just managers
  • Some criticism: “not enough managers”  Plenty of management experience  Start with the innovators, not the skeptics  Many more stakeholders than just managers  Tough time constraint and busy calendars
  • Some criticism: “not enough feedback”
  • Some criticism: “not enough feedback”  Create trust before changing the world
  • Some criticism: “not enough feedback”  Create trust before changing the world  Expectation management
  • Some criticism: “not enough feedback”  Create trust before changing the world  Expectation management  Inspect and adapt
  • Organizations can become learning networks of individuals creating value, and the role of leaders should include the stewardship of the living rather than the management of the machine. http://www.stoosnetwork.org/
  • http://www.linkedin.com/groups/Stoos-Network-4243114?gid=4243114
  • Stakeholders 1 CEO's, top management 14 Accounting firms, accountants 2 Boards, board members 15 Management institutes & networks 3 Shareholders, business owners 16 Professional associations, certifiers 4 Market analysts, investors 17 Business schools, teachers 5 Pension funds 18 Students, "new millennials" 6 Startups, entrepreneurs 19 Training firms, trainers 7 Middle management 20 Coaches, consultants & writers 8 Support, HR, Legal, Operations 21 Governments, law makers 9 Employees, knowledge workers 22 Local/regional communities 10 Unions, employee representatives 23 NGOs 11 Spouses, families 24 Virtual communities, social networks 12 Customers, end users 25 Media, journalists 13 Suppliers, business partners
  • Change Agents http://www.aspeninstitute.org/ http://www.innofuture.com.au/ http://neweconomics.org/ http://www.forumforthefuture.org/ http://www.hsdinstitute.org/ http://www.z11org.nl/ http://www.leanssc.org/ http://www.solonline.org/ http://www.slowmanagement.nl/ http://neweconomicsinstitute.org/ http://www.weforum.org/ http://www.gorowe.com/ http://www.wiserearth.org/ http://www.managementexchange.com/ http://www.bbrt.org/ http://agileleadershipnetwork.org/ http://www.agileconsortium.nl/ http://www.druckerinstitute.com/ http://deming.org/ http://www.worldblu.com/ http://www.thinkers50.com/ http://poptech.org/ http://hbr.org/ http://www.holacracy.org/ http://chiefexecutive.com/ http://www.centerforpos.org/ http://theleanstartup.com/
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  • http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nd/3.0/ This presentation was inspired by the works of many people, and I cannot possibly list them all. Though I did my very best to attribute all authors of texts and images, and to recognize any copyrights, if you think that anything in this presentation should be changed, added or removed, please contact me at jurgen@noop.nl.