Mary Poppendieck on The Role of Leadership in Software Development, very nice 90 minute webcast:
In this 90-minute talk from the Agile2007 conference, Lean software thought leader Mary Poppendieck reviewed 20th century management theories, including Toyota and Deming, and went on to talk about “the matrix problem”, alignment, waste cutting, planning and standards. She closed by addressing the role of measurement: “cash flow thinking” over “balance sheet thinking”.
via, Leadership is not Obsolete for Self-Organizing Teams!
Once again Mary provides a great resource. This is a great overview. Lean Software Development by Mary Poppendieck and Tom Poppendieck is an excellent book on these topics.
Related: articles and webcasts by Mary Poppendieck – posts on software development – more management webcasts
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