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Sprints in 37.000 ft

Was agile Manager von der Luftfahrt lernen können. Vortrag auf der Manage Agile 2013
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Joachim Pfeffer

on 15 November 2013

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Transcript of Sprints in 37.000 ft

Sprints in 37.000ft
Hä? Was hat das mit "Agil" zu tun?
Crew Resource Management?
Checklisten
Cockpit
Resource
Management
Crew
Resource
Management
CRM
Team Resource Management!
Breite
wissenschaftliche Basis
Erkenntnisse "pro Team"
Team-Risiken
Risky Shift

Frequency gambling
Plan continuation
Follow the leader
Foot in the door
Image Management
Team-Performance
Leadership
1) Kompetenz aufzeigen
2) Hierarchie einregeln
3) Team einbinden
Hä? Warum Leadership?
Entscheidungen
Training
Input Faktoren

Mechanismen vermitteln

Fitness aufbauen
Organisatorische Faktoren

Teams trainieren, nicht Einzelne

Organisation für Teams anpassen
Gruppen-Prozesse

LOFT: Line Oriented Flight Training

Entscheidungs-Training

Metakognitive Techniken

Kommunikationstraining

Für alle Trainings:

Festigung nur mit regelmäßigen
Wiederholungen möglich

Was agile Manager von der Luftfahrt lernen können
Joachim Pfeffer
laissez-faire..................kooperativ............autokratisch
TRM in anderen Bereichen
Fehlervermeidung
oder
Fehlermanagement?
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