Posts tagged with: management

Dynamic Team Setups – presented on the Manage Agile conference 2016

Jan Hegewald and me gave a presentation about dynamic team setups at this years Manage Agile  (#manageagile) conference in Berlin. Find below the presentation slides and summary picture (free to use). Soon there will be a (german language) video version too....
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Insights from the Manage Agile 2016 in Berlin – Day 1

Today I joined my first manage agile conference in Berlin and would like to share with you some (sketch)notes  (I saw so many great sketchnotes today that I would not like to use that naming for my scribbles) and insights...
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Swarm stupidity – why you should urgently reconsider your teams, meetings and working environment – part one

Swarm stupidity – what a brilliant book by Gunter Dueck, showing why groups/teams in companies often fail at finding intelligent solutions. For me an eye opener to start having a deeper look behind teams and groups and their environment –...
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It’s time to check your management style – to validate why not to get rid of management

Short before 2013 ends it’s a good time to gather feedback on how management is doing. Seeing management as the servant for the teams – the teams are the ones to ask. The following provides a suggestion for a 20...
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Impression from Agile World (#awrld2013) – Day 1

Agile World in Munich – Day 1 After having some nice chats in the beginning during the morning coffee we started with really interesting keynotes about  Agil and Lean at Telefonica Infineon and there chances with going agile Agile Transition...
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Weekly Scrum readings follow up – CW01/2013 (Agile Atlas, Team traps, Agile Guide as a subway plan, management secret)

  Background The first week in 2013 passed with interesting input regarding agile management. Through exploring I found a cool agile practice subway and stumbled upon an good talk about team traps by Esther Derby. Readings Overview Agile Atlas (Scrum...
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Weekly Scrum readings follow up – CW52/2012 (Way to Agile, Personal Development, Work Expo, Books)

  Background This week passed with some interesting sources about book recommendations for 2012 and the work expo by Jurgen Appelo, a nice daily update on Agile by Gil Broza.  Readings Overview 12 recommended books by Jurgen Appelo (Blog post...
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