The Software Process and Measurement Cast 433 features our interview with Jeff Dalton discussing holacracy. Holocracy.org defines holacracy as, “a complete, packaged system for self-management in organizations. Holacracy replaces the traditional management hierarchy with a new peer-to-peer “operating system” that increases transparency, accountability, and organizational agility.” Jeff has implemented holacracy in his own firm and others and has a lot to share about this exciting form of management and leadership.
Jeff Dalton is President of Broadsword, a Process Innovation firm, and Chief Evangelist at AgileCxO.org, an Agile Leadership Research and Development center that develops models for high-performing agile teams. Jeff is principle author of “A Guide to Scrum and CMMI,” published by the CMMI Institute, and is a SCAMPI Lead Appraiser and Certified Agile Leadership Consultant that specializes in software product development, self-organizing teams, and performance modeling. His upcoming book, the “Agile Performance Holarchy: A New Model for Outrageously High Performance” will be released in September of 2017.
Jeff’s previous appearances on the Software Process and Measurement Cast include
Re-Read Saturday News
We will pick up our re-read of Carol Dweck’s Mindset: The New Psychology of Success (buy your copy and read along) next week.
Every week we discuss a chapter then consider the implications of what we have “read” from the point of view of someone pursuing an organizational transformation and also how to use the material when coaching teams.
Remember to buy a copy of Carol Dweck’s Mindset and read along!
Visit the Software Process and Measurement Cast blog to participate in this and previous re-reads.
In the Software Process and Measurement Cast, will feature our essay on Change Implementations – To Big Bang or Not To Big Bang? We will also have great columns from Steve Tendon and Gene Hughson.
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