Managing in an unreal world


We live temporarily in an unreal world, the streets are often quiet and empty and we work as much as possible from home. In this world we also give instructions to our children while working from home and where possible we help others. Especially for managers this is a difficult time, I heard say that productivity is less. Sometimes that makes sense, but not by me. A few years ago I had already indicated that the new work didn't work because managers had difficulty steering output instead of what employees saw doing, employees working at home have a different rhythm and need to be controlled in a different way. The control is via output. What is feasible to do in a day and how do you achieve that happened. Less important is when it happens one day and what this employee does in between. Projects often use the daily standup to see what the status of the work is and what people run into and how we can help each other solve it (what do you need to move on). This meeting is also easy to implement for companies in other activities and you can also apply well in the business operations, as the whole SCRUM methodology is best suited for that. If you are open to these kinds of solutions and opportunities, I am happy to help you to set up a lot of things. Let us stay positive at this time, get to work as effectively as possible and, above all, help each other to exist as soon as we emerge from this crisis.

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