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Leadership Guide, 초보팀장을 위한 리더십 가이드

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초보 팀장과 프로젝트 리더를 위한 가이드

초보 팀장과 프로젝트 리더를 위한 가이드

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  • 1. How to be a happy leader
  • 2. http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0/kr/
  • 3. • – 2002.8 Yahoo! Korea – -> PL -> Training – Engineering ESP Team – Tech Trainer & Tech Helper – Tech Evangelist • – –6 / & – BLOG : lovesera.com -
  • 4. • 20 sec Introduction –Name –Role –Experience –Hobby –Wish
  • 5. • 10 day - • 3 Week - • 300 Hour -
  • 6. • In a hierarchy every employee tends to rise to his level of incompetence • ,
  • 7. • ? – – – – ( ) • ? –
  • 8. • – – • – Project ‣ , , – , • – – ,
  • 9. • – + , • – • : PM – – –
  • 10. • + • ? • , , • 400M ? – 20M •
  • 11. • PM – (Process/Platform) – – , , – • PM • / / /
  • 12. • Middle Manager : • Experience & wisdom : , • Communicator : • Trainer : • Innovator : • Mentor : • Recruiter : • Marketer : • Negotiator : • Time Saver :
  • 13. • –Everyone has to agree on What They Want –Everyone has to agree on Cause & Effect
  • 14. Our competitors We get brilliant get average results results from average from brilliant people people managing working around broken brilliant processes processes. Fujio Cho Chairman, Toyota Motors
  • 15. • 1. Knowledge of the Work • 2. Knowledge of Responsibilities • 3. Skill in Instructing • 4. Skill in Improving Methods • 5. Skill in Leading –must be able to work with people –http://www.artoflean.com/documents/methods.htm
  • 16. • Hard Skill Soft Skill • ‘Whole New Mind’ – – – – – –
  • 17. • Hard Skill : • Soft Skill : • –Hard Skill -> Soft Skill • Burn Out ! • PM = PM • PM • Project ? !
  • 18. • B-1B Lancer – 10 km , $2
  • 19. • A-10 Warthog – , 300m
  • 20. • Navy SEAL – –
  • 21. • – – – – , , • MBA, –" ?" –" “
  • 22. • – Behind the closed doors: Secrets of Great Management 3 4 , 4 5 1 1 1 1 1 1 12 16 19 24
  • 23. • • Strength Finder • DiSC • MBTI Test
  • 24. • – 9 – , – 180 – / , • : – –
  • 25. • 150 – : 48 – : ‣ http://www.anylover.com/html/test.html ‣ http://my-happy.com/start.htm
  • 26. •“ ! ?” – MS , Bill Gates -
  • 27. • ? Ability 1 2008 2009 Time - http://headrush.typepad.com/
  • 28. • 2~3 • –A A –B C • ? ! • vs. • ,
  • 29. • – / – / ‣ / • – – • 2 – : 100% –
  • 30. • – / • • • • • ? • –
  • 31. • ? – / / / – – / – – / – ( )
  • 32. •‘ ~ !’ 3 …
  • 33. • – – • = – – – 2~3
  • 34. 1. : 2. : 3. : 4. : 5. :
  • 35. • • – • •
  • 36. •“ , ” – • – ‘ ’ –
  • 37. • • – • ( ) – PM • ? – :
  • 38. 100% 75% 50% 25% 0% 20 1 9 2 6 31
  • 39. • • 24 • (RAM) vs. (HDD)
  • 40. •“ ”
  • 41. • • • 40 ? • • • • & , = PM
  • 42. 1. ? 2. ? 3. , ? 4. 3 ? 5. ?
  • 43. • – – – • ? – – – – ?
  • 44. • . – Determine whether the meeting really is necessary • . – Be punctual • . – Be prepared • . – Publicize the agenda • . – Document your meeting • . – Address important things first
  • 45. • : PM – – – •
  • 46. • ( ) – , , – • – – –
  • 47. • – • E E – E E
  • 48. 1. – – " " – ‣[ ] 4.1( ) 11:30 14F Seoul ‣[ ] Screen Cast 4.2( ) 10 ,10F
  • 49. 2. 3. E – – – ' '
  • 50. 4. – E – F2F –E ‣ , ‣ – – –E
  • 51. • Delete : – Get rid of it (or archive it) • Delegate – Get someone else to deal with it • Respond – If it takes just a few minutes, do it right now • Defer – Put it on a TODO list, archive it, and deal with it later • Do – Handle whatever the email actually needs you to do
  • 52. • – : – : •
  • 53. " 80% , , . 20% 80% . , 20% 20%. 5% .” – http://www.artima.com/weblogs/ viewpost.jsp?thread=221622
  • 54. • • • • • –
  • 55. • ? – – – • –" " –
  • 56. • ,
  • 57. • GTD : Getting Things Done
  • 58. • ? – – – – ‣ / • PM –
  • 59. • PM = ( )+ • – • ? – – – • – : – :
  • 60. • – – TV ‣ 3 page – : – • – : 20 – MP3 : – 3M Ear Plug :
  • 61. • ( ) – , RSS (Han RSS) –Podcast (iTunes) • ( ) – –Blog, twiki
  • 62. • Han RSS –Hanrss.com
  • 63. • HBR IdeaCast –http://hbsp2.libsyn.com/rss • ESLpod –http://www.eslpod.com • TEDTalks Video –http://www.ted.com
  • 64. • • • • • • • • • ( )
  • 65. • "21 ." –
  • 66. • = + • • – – – – –
  • 67. • •" “ – •
  • 68. • • • • •
  • 69. • : • • 20% : , • (Syntopical) – • – 50 page
  • 70. • ,
  • 71. • Mind Map ? – – Tree – • – ? ‣ ! – / – !
  • 72. • • • •
  • 73. • http://www.mindjet.com/us/products/ mindmanager_pro7/quicktour.php
  • 74. • / • • / • Plan / • / “ ”
  • 75. • MS Windows – http://thinkwise.co.kr Mind Mapper – http://mindjet.com Mind manager – http://xmind.org X Mind (Java: Win&Mac) • Mac OSX – http://mindjet.com Mind Manager – http://novamind.com Nova Mind • WEB – http://www.mindmeister.com Mind Meister • Free – http://freemind.sourceforge.net Free Mind
  • 76. • Information –Twiki, PPT, Email ‣ Photo, Image, Txt –Screen Cast –Mind map • Communication –Face to Face –Phone –Messenger
  • 77. • ? – –‘ ’ – • – , – – –
  • 78. • : 20,000 • PC Data : 12,000
  • 79. • • • • • – : , – – , • , , , .
  • 80. !
  • 81. • – (X), (X), (O) • – •E – – 12 • • !
  • 82. ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?
  • 83. • : • , , , • PM
  • 84. • – • – • 10 – • 10 – • – • – • – • - • Lean Software Development: An Agile Toolkit
  • 85. 1. Lead by training others. 26. Be cooperative in seeking answers. 2. Never stop learning how. 27. Be interested. 3. Master the simple first. 28. Don't show off authority. 4. Look for leadership in others. 29. Be thoughtful. 30. Criticize constructively. 5. Cultivate the right climate. 31. Admit your own mistakes. 6. Be faithful to principle. 32. Delegate authority. 7. Be buoyant. 33. Be firm but fair. 8. Be a good follower. 34. Plan programs in advance. 9. Learn to like people. 35. Study the great leaders. 10. Be yourself all the time. 36. Be affirmative. 11. Earn respect. 37. Give credit. 12. Inspire others. 38. Praise your people publicly. 13. Be exciting and enthusiastic. 39. Reprove tactfully. 40. Rate fairly. 14. Be confident. 41. Keep people informed. 15. Match people to the job. 42. Respect the work of others. 16. Expect the best of people. 43. Give reasons. 17. Keep your poise. 44. Talk directly, briskly. 18. Be active. 45. Compromise, don't appease. 19. Be humble, but not too humble. 46. Be good to yourself. 47. Be brave, not brash. , 48. Be dynamic. 20. Be consistent. 49. Cultivate a sense of humor. 21. Be gracious. 50. Cultivate moral fiber. 22. Know your organization. 23. Be an attentive listener. 24. Follow the chain of command. 25. Learn from others.
  • 86. lovesera.com /photos/phploveme/ @phploveme

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