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Transcript of Network Structure
Back to org. design
Everything started with
It led to this...
1. Replace rule-of-thumb
work methods with scientific ones
2. Scientifically select and develop employees
4. Detailed instructions
3. Divide work between
workers and managers
was separated from
do what you are told
Why did it work in 1911?
Level of education
Lack of information
But wait, it's 2014 now!
It's like bad habit
And it's difficult to quit
Is it still good?
For knowledge workers
90% of what we call management
consists of making it difficult for people to get work done
Peter Drucker. Management by Objectives
Douglas McGregor. Theory X and Theory Y
W. E. Deming. System of Profound Knowledge
94% of problems in business are system-driven
Create an environment where
employees are motivated
Taiichi Ohno. Toyota Production System
We are reducing the time line by reducing the non-value adding wastes
Niels Plaeging. Organize for complexity
Most orgs. are designed to produce
fear, not value creation
an old-school project!
but still produce
SCRUM TO THE RESCUE!
Cross functional teams
Value is delivered incrementally
Team is formed around value creation
Teams are protected
and served by Scrum Masters
Function, not value
"Function" drives actions
IT buys HW in batches to be effective
Feature teams feel the pain
- plan early
- buy just in case
Feeling of getting slower
HR, Marketing, Billing, ...
Value network structure
Types of a POD
Knows what and why to do
Knows how to how to organize work in the best way
Clear internal or external clients
Clearly identified services or product
<= 35 size multi-skilled team
Can use external services: outsource, tools, ...
# of users
Hiring is even bigger pain
help, feedback, support...
And there were lost of smart people since than...
Decentralization and simplification
1951 in Japan
1993 in U.S.
1998 - ...
p.s. can you find a user?
external role: POD sponsor/angel
Supports POD on a company level, helps to kick-off
client support, selling, marketing, ...
DMP, PPAS, HTML5 creative toolkit
serving engine, data storage, UX
IT, Devops, Billing, Marketing, ...
governance, not business domain knowledge
unique, difficult to scale knowledge
features delivery, fastest pace
Setup PODs Core group
For now: Simonas, Mats, me
First Will experiment with