Radical Management - Innovative Practices at the work placeSrinath
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This talk draws extensively from the book "The Leader's Guide to Radical Management" by Stephen Denning. This presention talks about the problems faced in Traditional Management with respect to its purpose, how work is structured and organized, transparency and communication.
It then describes the 5 big shifts in the way we work - by delighting clients, changing role of the manager from a controller to enabler, how work is coordinated from a bureaucratic method to Dynamic Linking, from a single economic value (making money to shareholders) to a set of values (radical transparency and continuous improvement) and finally the shift from a command and control way of communication to a communication where conversation plays a key role.
A few innovative practices (Menlo Way) as practised by Menlo Innovations will be discussed - with emphasis on certain aspects such as Open workspaces, Extreme Hiring, and Pairing - which has made Menlo a joyful place to work.