Bas Vodde explores five principles of managing software development resulting from his own development and coaching management experience in several large agile development projects.
Francois Lascelles examines the role of API management infrastructure in API Security, API Access Control and API Federation and its interaction with enterprise infrastructure, social identity and application developers.
Gerry Kirk introduces the 7 levels of delegation by playing Delegation Poker, a game to make clear who’s responsible for what and on what level, useful to make decision making process explicit.
Bjarte Bogsnes discusses Beyond Budgeting and tackling budgeting issues in traditional management, the Statoil "Ambition to Action" management model with implementation experiences and advice.
Dave Snowden discusses managing exaptation, addressing the use of discovery networks, modularity of needs and capabilities, distributed cognition and Cynefin.
Mary Poppendieck examines research and case studies to help understand what a lean mindset is and how it can help a company compete in today's fast moving marketplace.
Chris Haddad, Pat Cappelaere, Asad Khan provide advice on successfully managing APIs throughout their life cycle as products.
Adrian Cho discusses applying Jazz performance principles to software development: managing friction, the importance of awareness, diversity, health, and leading on demand, embrace change and conflict.
Tony Willoughby discusses project manager’s role in an agile team focusing on resourcing, cost control, high-level scope management, risk management and wider communication with business stakeholders.
Tim Hall discusses compares and contrasts SOA Governance and API Management, explaining why he believes they will evolve into a new discipline called “Community Management”.
Mike Williams outlines some of the main characteristics that make developers and teams perform better than the average.
Sue McKinney discusses the roles of managers and developers within an organization where everyone owns delivery and is accountable.