There are a lot of management models and theories out there and they all sound great. The problem is that there’s a lot of theory, which we don’t always know how to implement in practical terms. For example, what can you do concretely on a Tuesday afternoon to work better with your colleagues?
People need actionable advice, things they can start doing next week. That’s where Management 3.0 comes in.
Leadership Workshops and Practices
Management 3.0 follows the systems thinking idea that 95 percent of the performance of an organization is the result of the whole system, not the individual. Management 3.0 examines how to analyze that system to come up with the right solutions for better and effective leadership across organizations.
Management 3.0 is not another framework, it’s a mindset, combined with an ever-changing collection of games, tools, and practices to help any worker manage the organization. It’s a way of looking at work systems.
Leadership pursues the goal of growing and transforming organizations, which are great places to work for. They care about having engaged employees because when this happens the work is improved and clients are happy. We’ve realized that almost every industry is ripe for change and ready for a new view on management. Management 3.0 is that future of management.
It’s about working together to find the most efficient way for a business to achieve its goals while maintaining the happiness of workers as a priority.
Management 3.0 is a global management revolution that brings together thousands of project managers, mid-level managers, CEOs and entrepreneurs, developing solutions together, using games to encourage employee feedback and team collaboration.
In leadership trainings, we usually talk on a meta-level. That’s important and that’s good. However, what is often missing are practical tools to connect with practice. With many leaders working in the huge company I work in, I see a great opportunity to make a difference here. However, being “only” Scrum Master, I am excluded from the trainings and coaching programs for leaders. Hereby I see the opportunity to develop more helpful leaders again.A Management 3.0 Facilitator about his motivation to teach the practices
Management 3.0 – What does it mean?
Characteristics of a Management 3.0 Manager, a true Agile Leader
- Believes power is greatest in a unified team
- Is flexible about fluctuating roles and responsibilities
- Searches for the root causes of issues
- Is open and transparent with information and knowledge
- Welcomes suggestions and ideas from teams
- Empowers their team with time, resources and encouragement
- Gives punctual, ongoing and personalized feedback and coaching
- Creates opportunities for team brainstorming
Management 3.0 Workshops
Management 3.0 is for you if you want to
- Become a better manager and leader
- Boost productivity
- Nurture innovation
- Motivate any team
- Change the culture
- Become more Agile
- Increase happiness at work
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Management 3.0 Workshops are great fun but what’s more important is that they achieve results. They teach you how to work with hands-on management tools and skills that you can start using right away.
During the workshops we run experiments that will challenge the way you think and that will lead to a better understanding of why people do what they do. You will learn how to embrace change and how to encourage others to embrace it as well.
Management 3.0 Practices
For all workers addressing many common leadership questions such as:
- How can we measure performance?
- How can we reward people in a better way?
- How can we replace performance appraisals?
- How can we motivate our teams?
- How can we change the organization’s culture
- Overview of Management 3.0 Practices
You don’t want theories and soft management science, you want hands-on approaches that can become solutions for increasing employee engagement and improving results. You want to build a future. You want the right skills and you want them now.
Management 3.0 Principles
- Delight everybody
- Improve everything
- Engage People
- Managing the system, not the people
- Learn more about the Management 3.0 Principles
Management 3.0 is not a framework or a method. It is a collection of practices, based on timeless principles.
Management 3.0 Learning Path
A workshop is just the beginning. Bring your leadership skills to the next level and follow the Management 3.0 Learning Path: Join the Management 3.0 Community and develop further.