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Management is dead! Grasping the new model & methods for change

Management, the organization technology, is based on fundamental principles that we inherited from the industrial age. Those principles were good enough for that time and indeed led to fantastic increases in efficiency in the past. Today, however, these principles prove toxic and stand in the way of motivation, effectiveness, innovation, success, and indeed work. In ths session, the aim is to understand and reflect upon ...more »

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(b)right people for the job

In a rebuttal to one of Steve Dennings posts, Bruno Collet said on "PM Hut" that "Agile is only for stars", that you need very qualified people to be able to work in an agile fashion. This is an argument I often encounter, when I present agile or stoosian ideas to managers. They feel that their employees are either not skilled or bright enough (something Denning addresses http://onforb.es/HQ8i6J) or just don't have the ...more »

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How we created the "Best SME to work at" in Spain

Yeah, we did it. Mobile application developer Mobivery has been awarded the "Best SME to work at in Spain" label, and we did it by applying Agile, Scrum, Kanban and Management 3.0. Wanna know more? Pijama days, no work hours or holiday days consumed control, Chief Happiness Officers, murder-party employee meetings, Trailwalker teams... I'd love to share some of the practices with you ;)

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