I'm a Software Engineering lead (manager) and I find that developing systems in a large cross-discipline team works better when everyone follows the set processes. Ofcourse this works in theory, in real life not everyone will follow set processes and most of the time things still work, but most of the time when something goes wrong it's because someone ignored a process.
When performing a "post-mortem" or restrospective meeting on such cases the action points usually end up in two ways: either change a specific process or ensure that people follow the process.
I've once received feedback that I'm a "Process Ninja". I'm not really sure if this is positive or negative feedback. Does it mean that I'm too rigid?