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Bet@leadership, vous accompagner vers l'organisation agile

Betaleadership vous accompagne pour réussir la transition vers une organisation plus agile et collaborative, pour mieux répondre aux challenges d'un monde comp…

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Le fondamentalisme sous agile nuit à la santé des entreprises, selon le PDG d'un éditeur de logiciels adepte des méthodes agiles

Le fondamentalisme sous agile nuit à la santé des entreprises, selon le PDG d'un éditeur de logiciels adepte des méthodes agiles | Management et organisation | Scoop.it

Mars Cyrillo est le PDG de CI&T, entreprise spécialisée dans le développement logiciel pour le compte de quelques grands noms du top 100 des entreprises. Aujourd’hui, il revient sur le développement agile, lequel a été adopté par son entreprise au cours de l’année 2005, après avoir utilisé pendant de longues années une autre approche de développement : RUP (Rational Unified Process).


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Les démarches qualité sont largement tombées dans le fondamentalisme, perdant de vue leurs rôle essentiel (apporter de la qualité aux clients !). Espérons que nous saurons nous garder de cette dérive dans d'autres cadres...

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Shaker technologies's curator insight, April 9, 2014 4:08 AM

Enfin, le CEO livre quelques détails sur les clés du succès sous agile, tout en garantissant la croissance de l’entreprise comme le suivi des principes lean qui offrent, selon lui, la meilleure approche philosophique, combinée à n’importe quelles méthodes agiles telles que SCRUM, Kanban.

Philippe Vallat's curator insight, April 10, 2014 5:41 AM

Plus important que tout fondamentalisme: le bon sens. Un garde-fou: chercher continuellement à générer de la valeur.

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The Achilles Heel of Customer Development

The Achilles Heel of Customer Development | Management et organisation | Scoop.it

The Customer Development battle-cry: “Get out of the Building”, codified by Steve Blank, is simultaneously one of the most basic and difficult practices to implement – especially if you are a technical founder (like me). While Customer Development makes a compelling, albeit rational, argument for the opportunity side of the equation, getting our bodies to listen to our heads is the challenge side of the equation.


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Don't Let Scrum Make You Fragile

Don't Let Scrum Make You Fragile | Management et organisation | Scoop.it
My spouse has a personal trainer who makes him perform all kinds of healthy practices. One week it's the lateral lift, another week it's the biceps curl. Yesterday the focus was on the bench press, but tomorrow it could be...

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Go Deep on Agile Practices: Who, What, When, Where, Why and How | It's a Delivery Thing

I am not content to just learn a practice. I want to understand it.

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Enchanter ses clients: une utopie?

Enchanter ses clients: une utopie? | Management et organisation | Scoop.it

Ce que je trouve intéressant dans le mouvement agile est le fait de sortir de la vision étroite et traditionnelle de l'économie, qui vise à "faire de l'argent", pour aller dans une direction plus humanisante: donner du sens au travail de l'humain.


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AUCHAN mise sur de nouvelles pratiques managériales « le servant leadership » ou le »management agile »

AUCHAN mise sur de nouvelles pratiques managériales « le servant leadership » ou le »management agile » | Management et organisation | Scoop.it
Par Marielle Thomas Le bonheur est-il dans Auchan ? Il y a un an, nous recevions 15 directeurs de magasin Auchan venus découvrir ce management révolutionnaire qu’est la Libération. Les échanges ava...

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Servant Leadership: The Agile Leadership Transformation

Servant Leadership: The Agile Leadership Transformation | Management et organisation | Scoop.it
Do you think like a Servant Leader? With the Agile Transformation requires a new approach to leadership.

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ManagingAmericans's curator insight, March 13, 2014 8:27 AM

Do you Think Like a Servant Leader or Act Like The Smartest Guy in the Room? This article is written for IT Leaders, but applies to leadership of all areas.

Christian Bartosik's curator insight, March 15, 2014 4:09 AM

The typical oldstyle manager seeks to achieve outstanding performance by focusing on processes and data.  He thinks that if he tweaks the workflow and captures some additional metrics, he can improve team performance.

He is always willing to set aside his job of planning, organizing, staffing and controlling in order to jump in to deal with the crisis of the day. Problem solving provides immediate gratification and allows him to go home at the end of the day feeling as if he has accomplished something.

The thoughts of a servant-leader would be completely different. His job is to develop people, not systems. Such a leader would view the success of his team as the means of achieving that success and would behave accordingly.  He would ensure the team has the resources it needs and would seek to remove obstacles that impede the team’s progress.  

The servant-leader allows the team to solve the crisis of the day without direct intervention.  He may provide coaching, advice or additional resources to the team, but he lets them work out the solution.  And he makes sure the team gets the credit for the solution.  The servant-leader understands that, over time, the problem solving skills of the team will exceed his own abilities.

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Les méthodes Agiles sont-elles une arnaque ?

Les méthodes Agiles sont-elles une arnaque ? | Management et organisation | Scoop.it
... en cours de route, auraient pu donner plus de valeur au produit.

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Philippe Vallat's curator insight, October 3, 2013 1:40 PM

Une bonne présentation

Olivier Arnould's curator insight, October 4, 2013 6:45 AM

Et il est intéressant de faire le parallèle avec les démarches de type Lean Start-up...

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Many Simple Models over One Complicated Model

Many Simple Models over One Complicated Model | Management et organisation | Scoop.it
I see it again and again. When they have invested time and energy in a model (tool, framework, method), people have a tendency to make their models more and more complicated. “Let’s add another dimension.” “Let’s deepen the domains.” “Let’s...

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12 Principles of Agile Project Management

12 Principles of Agile Project Management | Management et organisation | Scoop.it

There has been MUCH written on the subject of agile software development and by extension agile project management. To go back to the source of this knowledge you can spend a little bit of time at AgileManifesto.org to get an idea of where this all started, the values this methodology holds dear, along with the 12 guiding principles the original team espoused.


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Réussir le changement avec plus de gouvernance et d’agilité.

Cet article du Cercle des échos définit clairement que l’adaptation des entreprises est le facteur clé de leur croissance et de leur existence.

"Tout changement réussi est celui qui sert les clients, les salariés, les partenaires, les actionnaires".

"La seule solution est l’optimisation de l’existant et l’évolution en douceur"

 


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