LEARNING TO BE A  MANAGER IN THE  AGE OF AGILEGiuseppe De Simone
It is not the strongest of the species that survive,             nor the most intelligent,      but the one most responsiv...
ANTI-SOLUTIONEliminate waste             Build integrity in     Create knowledgeDefer commitment     Deliver as fast as po...
Doing the same things over and over, butexpecting different results.           Albert Einstein – Definition of Insanity
If youre not a front line engineer, theresonly one reason for you to exist: help yourteam move faster                     ...
TAKEAWAY #1The better adapted you are, the less adaptable you tend to be               Sir Ronald Fisher
ZEN STORY
Adults are much more likely to act theirway into new way of thinking than tothink their way into new way of acting.       ...
Everyone thinks of changing the world, butno one thinks of changing himself.                                  Leo Tolstoy
TAKEAWAY #2 Challenge the decisions  you’re taking before putting them in action
Joe theregular guy              Warm-              Warm-up
AGILE AMPLIFIERWisdom is knowing what to do next;virtue is doing it.                        David Starr Jordan            ...
HOW WILL YOU CHANGEYOURSELF?
TAKEAWAY #3     If you want your  developers to be at the edge of technology, make sure you are at the edge      of manage...
EXPERIENCESLeadership and learning are indispensableto each other.                             John F. Kennedy
TAKEAWAYS1.The better adapted you are, the less  adaptable you tend to be - Sir Ronald Fisher2.Challenge the decisions you...
REFLECTION ANDCONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT               Baby               Steps
CONTACTS• Giuseppe De Simone  – mail: giuseppe.desimone@ericsson.com  – Twitter: @giusdesimone  – web:    http://it.linked...
THANKS TO• Marko Keba  – mail: marko.keba@ericsson.com  – Twitter: @MarkoKeba  – web:    http://hr.linkedin.com/pub/marko-...
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Material of workshop hel at LESS 2012 on how to find an effective path for a self transfromation from a traditional to a 21st century manager

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Learning to be a manager in the age of Agile LESS2012

  1. 1. LEARNING TO BE A MANAGER IN THE AGE OF AGILEGiuseppe De Simone
  2. 2. It is not the strongest of the species that survive, nor the most intelligent, but the one most responsive to change! Charles Darwin
  3. 3. ANTI-SOLUTIONEliminate waste Build integrity in Create knowledgeDefer commitment Deliver as fast as possible Respect peopleOptimize the whole Warm- Warm-up
  4. 4. Doing the same things over and over, butexpecting different results. Albert Einstein – Definition of Insanity
  5. 5. If youre not a front line engineer, theresonly one reason for you to exist: help yourteam move faster Jan Bosch
  6. 6. TAKEAWAY #1The better adapted you are, the less adaptable you tend to be Sir Ronald Fisher
  7. 7. ZEN STORY
  8. 8. Adults are much more likely to act theirway into new way of thinking than tothink their way into new way of acting. Richard Pascale
  9. 9. Everyone thinks of changing the world, butno one thinks of changing himself. Leo Tolstoy
  10. 10. TAKEAWAY #2 Challenge the decisions you’re taking before putting them in action
  11. 11. Joe theregular guy Warm- Warm-up
  12. 12. AGILE AMPLIFIERWisdom is knowing what to do next;virtue is doing it. David Starr Jordan Warm- Warm-up
  13. 13. HOW WILL YOU CHANGEYOURSELF?
  14. 14. TAKEAWAY #3 If you want your developers to be at the edge of technology, make sure you are at the edge of management.
  15. 15. EXPERIENCESLeadership and learning are indispensableto each other. John F. Kennedy
  16. 16. TAKEAWAYS1.The better adapted you are, the less adaptable you tend to be - Sir Ronald Fisher2.Challenge the decisions you’re taking before putting them in action3.If you want your developers to be on the edge of technology make sure you are at the edge of management
  17. 17. REFLECTION ANDCONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT Baby Steps
  18. 18. CONTACTS• Giuseppe De Simone – mail: giuseppe.desimone@ericsson.com – Twitter: @giusdesimone – web: http://it.linkedin.com/in/giuseppedesimone http://evolutionaryagility.blogspot.it/ Artwork by Francesca Marfia
  19. 19. THANKS TO• Marko Keba – mail: marko.keba@ericsson.com – Twitter: @MarkoKeba – web: http://hr.linkedin.com/pub/marko-keba Artwork by Francesca Marfia

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