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 Even more as we kick off teams and trains, there seem to be a lot of questions about what the "​leaders"​ in the new structure do. In transformations I've worked on I have often seen the pattern where teams are expected to "​become agile" the leadership does not really change their mindset (agile is for the people doing the work). For example, you will often see the old heirarchical structure is mapped into a new heirachical structure as a result of mapping roles to SAFe (for example) roles. Such a simple mapping will result in a new “king and court” structure where the existing controlling mechanisms still exist and the organization has not leveraged the promise self organization. Even more as we kick off teams and trains, there seem to be a lot of questions about what the "​leaders"​ in the new structure do. In transformations I've worked on I have often seen the pattern where teams are expected to "​become agile" the leadership does not really change their mindset (agile is for the people doing the work). For example, you will often see the old heirarchical structure is mapped into a new heirachical structure as a result of mapping roles to SAFe (for example) roles. Such a simple mapping will result in a new “king and court” structure where the existing controlling mechanisms still exist and the organization has not leveraged the promise self organization.
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