jeudi 4 janvier 2018

Delegation levels [patterns] for Agile digital development

Agile digital development : how many delegation levels would you institute ?

A quick hit [1]  research with the phrase [delegation levels] shows variety of patterns, with 4, 5, 6, 7, 9 or 10 "delegation levels".

4 levels : Chip Houston (Andy Stanley with Gavin Adams)
5 levels : Michael Hyatt (Michael Hyatt)
5 levels : BillZippOnBusiness (Bill Zipp)
5 levels : Discwizardonline (Nancy Roberts) 
5 levels : Discipleship (Eric Gallagher)
5 levels : Greendoor Virtual (Brooke Simmons / Sarah Gibson)
5 levels : Strong-Bridge Consulting (Heather Mier) 
5 levels : ANZ Business Growth Program (University of South Australia)
6 levels : University Lake School Leadership Development Programme (Karen Calhoun)
6 levels : Bizcatalyst 360 (Tim Crocker)
6 levels : attribution under progress (temporary Google research with "6 levels of delegation")
7 levels : Management 3.0  (Jurgen Appelo)
9 levels : original paper / book not identified yet (Sir Tim Brighouse)
10 levels : Businessballs [2]

How many delegation levels would you institute to increase agility of your digital systems ?

What if, from your company culture and change management perspectives, you replace the notion of delegation level  by the notion of governance regime  ?

For IT/digital operations, Tru Do-Khac has created the  framework "IT Regime Management", which is articulated around the notion of governance regime.

[1] As a matter of fact, not so quick : under the business & professional loyalty imperative of the digital era*, we made our best efforts to reference under the conditions
  • there is a clear attribution to identified professionals with simple facilities to contact, possibly in view to confirm fair use under commercial or professional context
  • [2] with the exception of Businessballs site, because of their Terms of Use.

* A definition of the digital entreprise, drawn from the collective intelligence of the French citizens : Entreprise numérique : une définition fruit de l'intelligence collective nationale

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