Are you a manager in an organisation taking the plunge into the murky agile waters or are you perhaps a manager in an organisation that is sailing smoothly on the calm agile ocean?
Do you have some great experiences to share or some dilemmas you would like to get some help with, something not sitting right with you? Would you like to get some new perspectives on managing in an agile context from others just like you?
Visit Agile Manager’s Corner and talk to, get inspired by and get hands-on advice from other managers in the same situation.
Session 1: How does agile change the expectations on the manager?
Roger Jansson, Sony Mobile Communictions
Roger is Application Development Manager and has a passion for continuously improving. He believes that change is achieved through action rather than words which also is the foundation that his management team rests on. Roger will share his thoughts on what effect an agile mindset and way of working has had on his view on management and how it has affected the managers in his team.
Agile Manager's fundaments are:
To help managers involved in agile or lean transitions to become successful in their new environment.
By managers, for managers
The Agile Managers Corner is where managers meet to help and inspire each other to understand and evolve their role in an agile or lean environment. If you’re not in a managing role with responsibility for people you should find another corner to stand in.
Changing by doing
No matter how much we think, read or talk nothing changes unless we also act. It is important to have the courage to step out of our comfort zones and try something different - Agile Manager’s Corner is the place to share those stories, good or bad ones!
It’s all about people
Great people delivers great results and it is the manager’s responsibility to create an environment where people are allowed to be great. It is also important to remember that manager’s are people too!”
Management Team Work - how can we make it agile?
Meetings - more or less, better or worse in an agile way of working?
Group Dynamics - more important in an agile environment?
Management 3.0 - hype or help?