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Managers in Scrum
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| by Roman Pilcher Follow 0 Followers on Apr 05, 2009 |

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Summary
This presentation explores how the role of managers changes in Scrum. It helps managers to lead the introduction of Scrum acting as role models. It presents leadership principles that provide concrete guidance such as servant-leadership, empirical management, empowerment and respect, quality-first and continuous improvement.

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Bio

Roman Pichler works as an independent consultant, trainer and coach who helps organizations to embrace Lean Thinking and Scrum. Roman's clients value his rich and diverse experience that includes helping start-ups as well as large global companies applying lean principles and Scrum. He is the author of the book "Scrum - Agiles Projektmanagement erfolgreich einsetzen" (2007, dpunkt).

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