Stop Managing...Start Leading !

When an organization decides to go on Agile path then the change impacts all the roles and departments. Sometimes the organization focus remains on engineering teams only which might eradicate entire agile movement. 

In this talk I will focus on  the Functional Manager's journey in agile transformation. The typical traditional management mindset is where managers focus on actions to get the result should be shifted where leaders should believe and empower the tea m to get the results. Our presentation will be focused on how we can shift from traditional management mindset to leadership. 

The proposed session will be interactive one where we will have a sort workshop as well to identify key differences between “Managing” and “Leading” mindset of Functional  Managers.

 

 
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Outline/structure of the Session

Introduction and setting teh context - 7 mins

Presentation - 10 mins

Workshop - 20 mins

Q&A - 8 mins

Learning Outcome

The key roles and responsibilites for mid-layer managers and learning curve during agile transformation.

Target Audience

Managers, Leaders, Project Managers, Scrum masters, Product owners

schedule Submitted 2 years ago

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  • Saket Bansal
    By Saket Bansal  ~  2 years ago
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    Hi,

     

    Please provide more details on the content and its structure , like are you sharing some case study for experience report, also who all are involved in presenting it, your your description it looks like more than one person will present this.

     

    Regards,
    Saket

     

    • Manoj K. Agarwal
      By Manoj K. Agarwal  ~  2 years ago
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      Structure would be the combination of presentation and workshop, 20 minutes each followed by 5 minutes Q&A. One of my friend from Agile community can join me to faciliate the workshop.

      Thanks !

      Manoj