CIRCA:List of Management Philosophies

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* [[CIRCA: Mushroom Management | Mushroom Management]] is the philosophy of "keep them in the dark and feed them sh*t". It works in ways you can learn from.
* [[CIRCA: Mushroom Management | Mushroom Management]] is the philosophy of "keep them in the dark and feed them sh*t". It works in ways you can learn from.
* [[CIRCA: Celebration Management | Celebration Management]] is a philosophy of planning from the final party. It emphasizes celebrating what is done and imagining what you might celebrate.
* [[CIRCA: Celebration Management | Celebration Management]] is a philosophy of planning from the final party. It emphasizes celebrating what is done and imagining what you might celebrate.
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* [[CIRCA: Agile Management | Agile Management]] is a class of management techniques that overturn the normal emphasis on planning in favor of short rapid and iterative planning and execution. An example would be the [[CIRCA: Scrum | Scrum framework]].

Current revision as of 10:06, 25 February 2012

This is a list of management styles, approaches and philosophies from the official ones you should know about to the unofficial ones that describe what often happens.

  • Brainstorming is a common way for teams to generate a lot of creative ideas quickly.
  • Mushroom Management is the philosophy of "keep them in the dark and feed them sh*t". It works in ways you can learn from.
  • Celebration Management is a philosophy of planning from the final party. It emphasizes celebrating what is done and imagining what you might celebrate.
  • Agile Management is a class of management techniques that overturn the normal emphasis on planning in favor of short rapid and iterative planning and execution. An example would be the Scrum framework.
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