Many agile teams hit a wall when it comes to improving the way we do business. Management and the broader organisational eco-system often find themselves feeling defensive about the challenges and changes that agile adoptions bring. How do we get everyone on board the agile change journey so that we can all improve together?
Management 3.0 is a modern look at management practices and offers a variety of ways to help management align and work better with agile teams.
This presentation reviews the Management 3.0 model presented in Jurgen Appelo’s book of the same name. It covers six key management practice areas and offers example of how to apply agile values and practices to the way we do management in a modern and complex world.
In this talk we discuss the overall model, share examples of Management 3.0 practices and talk about extending agility out of the development teams.
The six management themes are;
Energise People: How do we increase motivation and passion? How do we keep or increase energy and engagement? How do we get management closer to the work?
Empower Teams: How do we improve teamwork and interactions? How do we get people to take ownership for things? How do we empower self organising teams?
Align Constraints: How do we align multiple teams? How do we make sure everyone is working towards the company's goal? How do we improve focus?
Develop Competence: How can we best develop our team’s skills and competencies? How can we increase and measure quality? How do we find the right ways to improve effectiveness?
Grow Structure: How can we be agile when we work with distributed teams? How can we work with multiple product owners and customers?
Improve Everything: How can we get management and business to be agile? How can we change the company’s culture? How can we develop a culture hungry to learn and improve?