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4 Management Hacks Introduced by Kanban

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on 14 October 2013

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4 Management Hacks Introduced by Kanban
Management is doing things right;
leadership is doing the right things.
Peter F. Drucker
is one of the best-known and most widely influential thinkers and writers on the subject of management theory and practice.
Now it's clear I am NOT a manager

But how to tackle those recurring issues:
- ensure self-management
- take right decisions
- create a team spirit and flourish leadership
One more thing...
A hacker is "A person who delights in having an intimate understanding of the internal workings of a system"
Internet Users' Glossary
The Request for Comments (RFC) 1392
@alexis8nicolas
Alexis Nicolas
http://yisy.wordpress.com
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Throughput Thinking
Leaderless Principle
Kaizen Culture
Learning Organization
See Yourself as a Hacker
Change is Viral
From “I Must Make Sure Everyone is Busy”
To “Let's Optimize

Team Work Throughput!”
From “don’t Bring Me Problems, Bring Me Solutions!”
To “Let's Take Every Learning Opportunities!”
From "I Must Prepare a Detailed Planning for Change"
To "Let's Design a Viral Change!"
From "Centralized Management is Always Better"
To "Let's Develop Leadership!"
Devenez hackteur
http://leanpub.com/hackteur
Theory Y the Easy and Effective Management Way
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