Managing Agility: From Complex To Simple

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This is my contribution to the Pecha Kucha at the Business of Software 2009 conference. Most slides are picked from my other presentations, and there's little to no text in it. It probably won't be useful to anyone without a video. Still, I include it here for sake of completeness.

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  • image by The U.S. Military

    Managing Agility from Complex

    to Simple

    Jurgen Appelo

    Version 2

  • Jurgen Appelo writer, speaker,

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  • image by The U.S. Military

    agile team

    manager

    ignoring

  • frameworks

    models

    methodologies

  • image by Jayel Aheram

    people

  • Complex Adaptive Systems

    Scrum is [] an open development framework. The rules are constraints on behavior that cause a complex adaptive system to self-organize []. Jeff Sutherland Shock Therapy (presentation)

  • The Evolution of Complexity Science

    image by Brian Castellani

  • image by Peter Kaminsky

    self-organization

  • photo by hive

  • image by Hamed Saber

    butterfly effect

  • image by Robbie W T

    boundaries

  • incompressibility image by Peta-de-Aztlan

  • model = system

  • Snowden, D. and Stanbridge, P. (2004) The Landscape of Management: Creating the context for understanding social complexity http://iscepublishing.com/ECO/ECO_other/Issue_6_1-2_19_FM.pdf

  • 1) motivation photo by woodleywonderworks

  • photo by marcn

    2) direction

  • photo by laffy4k

    3) situation

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    4) communication

  • 5) restriction photo by mountainamoeba

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    This presentation was inspired by the works of many people, and I cannot possibly list them all. Though I did my very best to attribute all authors of texts and images, and to recognize any copyrights, if you think that anything in this presentation should be changed, added or removed, please contact me at jurgen@noop.nl.