management3.0

Self forming teams

Last week a friend of mine told me a story that I wanted to share with the rest of the world.

A couple of years ago he was working as a line manager. Together with a colleague he managed a group of about 25 people, consisting of two teams. Each team was responsible for their own domain.
Expectation planning forecast that one of the domains would be receiving less work in the future, whilst other domains were destined for a higher volume of work and would require a heightened focus. The team dynamics would need to change.

Delegation Poker

In the transformation process to a modern organisation, one of our managers finds it hard to let go of his tasks and responsibilities. He wants to, but he doesn't really know how to. His own transformation is that of the Operations Manager to Product Owner of our main product.