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Still contains many relevant learnings for organisations today. Will be interesting to get some updates on what have changed in Spotify since this video was made in 2014.
After watching the first video I did some reading online and it appears Spotify never really followed the 'spotify method' :/
@Ethan K What does that mean?
Khengwah Koh Spotify is now corporate
FYI, I work at Spotify as a software engineer; the organisation has become very bureaucratic in many ways, hence why the best talent left
@K Read Linear's (project management app software) blog, that is where it will go; user story's are a thing of the past
Where did they go and what do you think is the next trend in agile/project management?
@B Could the bureaucracy be a consequence of growth as kind of illustrated at 9.12? Perhaps the larger the scale, the more bureau you need (or think you do)? Maybe small scale can self-govern more easily, communicate and interact with other small scale 'squads' as was shown in vid 1 whereas large scale companies need large scale pyramid structures with a consequential loss of agility, communication, innovation and touch. And then Spotify loses touch and becomes the monster it never wanted to be. I just checked the subscription stats and Spotify is still growing so the bureaucracy must be doing something right, assuming growth is the optimal outcome. Or is it still growing because of the work done when it was small, innovative and agile and it's riding on that?
@NoTugging Cowardice leadership has let marketing get in the way off engineering & design. You could fire over 50% of Spotify's staff today and it will be a better, more efficient organisation.
So, why or how did this bureaucracy happen? Management change? Or is the "Model" BS made just as a teaser? Thanks @B
Fantastic video - Question: How do your squad / tribes work cross timezones? Would you make video of how your culture evolved with COVID times? Also, How do you handle for squad/tribes which do not share information?
Another fantastic video. You are so good in drawing and story telling. So clear and to the point! Congrats!
Enjoyed it very much. Thanks! Would love to see a series of small videos with details on how you do these things. It would strongly help people to adapt to this way of working.
Really Interesting - if only more companies could adopt some of thee concepts
Interesting way to organize teams into “guilds” and “squads” to help reinforce desired culture.
Another brillant visualization for the world. Thanks so much, Henrik 🙏❤️
Hello Henrik. With COVID, the new normal and working remotely, what changes have you made now that you don't have boardrooms to go to, whiteboards, or physical storytelling sessions? Do you have a video on this?
Great stuff, ideas, and I appreciate how you emphasize the process over the organization or particular contingencies. And there are doozers in your dial-a-song pic! (How many TMBG fans are over there?)
Great video and perfect drawing of clear explanation. I really like those hand drawing styles. BTW what is the software to record such a video? Of all those likes and colors? Is that iPad Pro?
I would say, it's Artrage and a screen recording tool (e.g. OBS or camtasia).
Amazing content and inspiring presentation!! Thanks for sharing.
I'd love to have this working style in my company and want to start with my team asap. And now I also will get my premium account - great companies are worth to be supported 🤩👍
Perfect visualization and crystal clear explanation...Thanks for sharing
i became a fan of spotify modelthanks Henrik for sharing your capability of visualisation to make use understand hard things.you should be awarded a badge or noble prize
to be honest, I don't like the model. I like what's in there but I dislike how I see so many companies trying to copy it without understanding it.. It's become kind of a buzzword :(
Interesting. I wander how you [Spotify] are getting on with lock down and home working? Especially the impact of separation on culture.
Thank you for sharing, does Spotify still apply this approach? I'm really interested to know. Thanks.
as I far as I know, no, but pretty much the rest of the world copied it
May I ask what visualization tool you used to build this?
(Tools used: Art Rage, Wacom Intuos 5 drawing tablet, and ScreenFlow)
Thanks for the video!What about deadlines? And who rules the people, who give the direction? What is the hierarchy (who is above the tribe)?Thanks!
Hi, I'm quite a newbie to IT. Thanks for the video, very educational. Could you tell me what exactly handoff is? Google redirects me to an Apple functionality but I guess it must be something different.
I believe he’s talking about handing off a task / feature / project to another team, or “squad”.
Man, your drawing skills are awesome, pls, tell what visualization tool do you use?
@Retsam thanks man, have a nice day
AWESOME, videos!!!!! So many insights and things to get inspired by!!!!!!!
Great story, thank you for sharing!
My goal is to join the spotify team..j really love music and the app alot. 🤞
Thank you for sharing this knowledge.
If there are not Task Estimates, how is the velocity measured and communicated to external stakeholders?
Another great video, Henrik.
a little disappointed that the audio recording shifted in quality. Really liked the sound of the first video.
Excellent, v inspiring. Hope you have more women working at Spotify now :o)
the link full drawing of part 2 is not working. On the blog there's also only part 1 :(edit: found the posts on Crisp - there are the drawings
Thanks for this!
very cool : ]
no more product owners in this system?
I'm curious, why this video is required if we already have the original? kzclip.net/video/rzoyryY2STQ/бейне.html
Because the video you linked isn't the original video, it's simply this video that's been uploaded by someone else rather than the content creator. You should be asking them why they've re-posted Henrik's video without crediting him.
Are you still at Spotify Henrik?
All good and beautiful! Everybody have ideas and solutions about transparency/speed/creativity/fairness in an agile productivity. Nobody talks and have ideas about transparency/speed/creativity/fairness in an agile payment system. Bad Capitalism at it's best: workers need to constantly find solutions and optimize their productiivity, while behind that there's a rigid almost aristochratic structure for splitting Profits. Workers are agile, Bosses are rigid and take all the money. A ton of BS. In the end you are treated like a peasant and the investors and managers like kings. Capitalism needs to be reformed. In a trully Agile Company, absolutely every worker should have ownership/shares. Financial relationship between Bosses and employees should be based on Partnership in the Company not on payed servitude. We need Financial Democracy!
So I work my ass off for 10 years, save every dime. Then I mortgage my house and start a company and hire agile workers. I risk everything. Luckily the company becomes a success and now my workers get MY shares? WTF!!? They did not take part in the risk, so if they want shares they can buy them!I have an idea. Why don't YOU start a company and when/if it becomes successful, give it all away to your employees.
Spotify --Engineering-- Anarchy Culture
Sorry, are you someone from Spotify? I’m confused because you said “we”
Get rid of sprints.
Or better yet, let the team decide.
Interesting but old. Do you have something more actual?
@Sanjay Krishna SAFe
Did you find something?