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The recent history of management

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From the era of stagnation to the renaissance.

From the era of stagnation to the renaissance.


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  • 1. The Recent History of Management. From the Era of Stagnation to the Renaissance Alexey Krivitsky @alexeykri krivitsky@scrumguides.com
  • 2. How do companies evolve?When do managers appear? Why? What do they typically do? What is great management? What is the place of managers in an agile organization?
  • 3. Good ol’ days…
  • 4. Good ol’ days…
  • 5. Generally speaking…
  • 6. A DREAMER ALSO A DREAMER
  • 7. A DREAM TEAMself-directed and empowered
  • 8. TEAM,WE NEED TO SCALE
  • 9. TEAM,WE NEED TO SCALE
  • 10. MORE!
  • 11. AND MORE!
  • 12. AND SOMEI CAN’T MORE! I CAN’TMANAGE THAT MANAGE THIS
  • 13. HEY, WE NEED MANAGERS!
  • 14. S.P.O.C.K. Specially Placed Organization Control Keeper
  • 15. MANAGERS arefrom MARSDEVELOPERS are from VENUS
  • 16. Root-causes vs. symptoms
  • 17. The larger the company is – the more the problems there are... quality integrationmotivation iteration engineering
  • 18. The larger the company is – the more the problems there are... quality integration motivation project risks programs crisis iteration changenobody-knows-what-the-hell configuration engineering development agile
  • 19. The larger the company is – the more managers there are. quality manager integration manager motivation manager project manager risks manager programs manager crisis manager iteration manager change managernobody-knows-what-the-hell manager configuration manager engineering manager development manager agile manager
  • 20. Is it a safe place?
  • 21. We have a strongretention department We have a strong team of architects
  • 22. “Even with Agile Software Developmentyou need to do software development.” Ron Jeffries
  • 23. I CANNOT SEE RESULTS.WE NEED MEASUREMENTS.
  • 24. Management is hard.Especially, when you’re trying to manage wrong things. END OF SIDE A
  • 25. SIDE B
  • 26. The 5th and the 6th beatlesBrian Epstein George MartinMANAGER PRODUCER
  • 27. Brian gave space for the team to organize. Quit the team on his own Was fired by the and team. Ringo was hired.
  • 28. George gave the space for the team to learn. Latest albums were mixed by the band.
  • 29. The two types of managersManaged results Managed technologies
  • 30. “The two types of managers”http://www.slideshare.net/rodrigobranas/mary-poppendieck-the-professor-and-the-entrepreneur
  • 31. The three types of managers
  • 32. 1. Owner of Owner of managers- 2. Product A Product B entrepreneurs managers- professors dev dev dev dev dev devmentor dev dev dev dev dev test tester tester tester tester testermentor ux ux ux uxmentor 3. agile scrum- scrum- scrum- managers-coach master master master facilitators feature team 1 feature team 2 feature team 3
  • 33. My outcomes: 1) Don’t manage people. 2) Don’t manage problems.Because by doing this you’re fixing symptoms.
  • 34. Work on the root-level.Enable: 1) Purpose 2) Autonomy 3) Mastery “Drive” by Daniel Pink
  • 35. Owner of PURPOSE Owner of Product A Product B MASTERY dev dev dev dev dev devmentor dev dev dev dev dev test tester tester tester tester testermentor ux ux ux uxmentor agile scrum- scrum- scrum-coach master master master AUTONOMY feature team 1 feature team 2 feature team 3
  • 36. Alexey Krivitsky @alexeykrikrivitsky@scrumguides.com