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Scaling Self-Directed Development
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| by Will Ballard Follow 0 Followers on Nov 09, 2016 |

Will Ballard explains how small teams turning into large teams often do more than change size- they change structure. Growing teams often adds rules, managers, meetings, processes, and policies aimed at preventing mistakes rather than capturing the best outcomes. He talks about a set of constraints focusing on freedom, responsibility, and what it really takes to acquire talent.

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Will Ballard serves as Chief Technology Officer at GLG and is responsible for the Engineering and IT organizations.

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