Rethinking Leadership: Organizing Work by Domains

Posted June 9, 2016 | Leadership |

Many popular definitions of leadership emphasize charisma, vision, or position. The darker definitions hint at manipulation or even coercion. In software companies, though, people throughout the organization are smart, well intentioned, and capable of making good decisions. So we need a different definition if we want to make our companies more flexible and smarter.

About The Author
Esther Derby
Esther Derby is a Cutter Expert. She draws on four decades of experience leading, observing, and living organizational change. Ms. Derby works with a broad array of organizations from startups to Fortune 500 companies. Based on experience and research, her approach blends attention to humans and deep knowledge of complex adaptive systems. Ms. Derby has been called one of the most influential voices within the Agile communities when it comes to… Read More
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