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DOES SFO 2016 - Michael Nygard - Tempo, Maneuverability, Initiative

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Tempo. Most people are familiar with it in the musical sense. It’s the speed, cadence, rhythm that the music is played. It drives the music forward - and pulls it back. But there’s more to tempo than a musical beat. In war, like in business, tempo - the speed at which you can transition from one task to the next - is a critical component for victory.

No single person nor department owns tempo. Somebody can’t just shout, “I now control the tempo,” and take charge. If you operate at a faster tempo than your cycle time allows, then you’ll get thrashing. The rate of tempo emerges organically as companies move around that action loop of sensing, deciding and acting.

Tempo emerges from the convergence of architecture, infrastructure, organization, and mindset. All these things have to align to achieve tempo. None of them can be changed in isolation.

In this talk, we will look at different models for transforming an organization to high tempo and high performance. We'll see how that can get derailed and what to do about it.

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DOES SFO 2016 - Michael Nygard - Tempo, Maneuverability, Initiative

  1. 1. Tempo, Maneuverability, Initiative Michael T. Nygard - Cognitect
  2. 2. Michael T. Nygard ✤ Developer ✤ Operator ✤ Systems Thinker ✤ Author @mtnygard www.michaelnygard.com
  3. 3. A Story of Despair and Hope
  4. 4. “Web Site”
  5. 5. When in doubt, biopsy something.
  6. 6. Fast feedback
  7. 7. Fast feedback ?
  8. 8. Pilot-Induced Oscillation (PIO)
  9. 9. Noise Amplification
  10. 10. Maneuverability
  11. 11. John Boyd ✤ Fighter pilot ✤ Air combat instructor ✤ Military theorist
  12. 12. Kinetic to potentialPotential to kinetic
  13. 13. Energy-Maneuverability (EM) Kinetic ⟷ Potential Gain and Shed Momentum Rapidly Change Maneuvers
  14. 14. Control tempo Take initiative Send ambiguous signals Maneuver Warfare
  15. 15. Complex Systems & Self-organized Criticality
  16. 16. Avalanche Models
  17. 17. Catastrophe Manifolds
  18. 18. Earthquake Distributions
  19. 19. Non-linear, but also undirected
  20. 20. How to cause nonlinear response in a direction we like?
  21. 21. Lessons From Maneuver Warfare
  22. 22. Apply Disposability ✤ Infrastructure ✤ Code ✤ Dependencies ✤ Teams?
  23. 23. Set the tempo Obscure your ultimate objective Defer commitment
  24. 24. Tempo
  25. 25. Control tempo Take initiative Send ambiguous signals
  26. 26. “From now on, I control the tempo.”
  27. 27. Tempo is emergent.
  28. 28. Execution at all Levels
  29. 29. Horizontal and Vertical Integrity
  30. 30. Team Scale ✤ Safety through tools ✤ Agile development ✤ Integrated value chain
  31. 31. Group Scale ✤ Bounded context ✤ Ubiquitous language ✤ Product teams ✤ Intent
  32. 32. Org Scale ✤ Discoverability ✤ Temporary Assignments
  33. 33. Vertical Integration: Intent
  34. 34. Operations Order - SMEAC ✤ Situation ✤ Mission ✤ Execution ✤ Administration (or Sustainment) ✤ Command
  35. 35. Initiative
  36. 36. Sente ✤ Amazon creates AWS ✤ Takes sente versus hosting providers
  37. 37. Sente ✤ Uber enters Thailand, undercuts tuk-tuks and cabs (sente) ✤ Taxi drivers in Thailand convince gov’t to ban Uber (gote, seizing sente)
  38. 38. Not Sente ✤ Uber in London. (sente) ✤ Black cab drivers protest, disrupt traffic. ✤ Not sente! ✤ Uber not compelled to respond.
  39. 39. Combine Initiative (sente) + Tempo ✤ Take initiative ✤ Keep pressing advantage ✤ Advance faster than opponent can catch up
  40. 40. Tempo, Maneuverability, Initiative
  41. 41. Michael T. Nygard Thank You! Want the slides? Email mtnygard@zip.sh, Subject: “tempo” @mtnygard www.michaelnygard.com

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