Agile Co-Creation Leadership Workshop

Lead co-creation initiatives in your organization to foster innovation and continuous improvement for a successful and sustainable organization.

Certified Management 3.0 Agile Co-Creation Leadership Workshop Attendee

How do you foster innovation in your organization? How do you collaborate to achieve more together, in cross-functional teams, breaking up silos across departments, no matter where you are located?
In the Agile Co-Creation Leadership Workshop, a follow up after you learned about the principles and practices in the Management 3.0 Foundation Workshop, you will learn what it means to work agile. Moreover, what differentiates doing agile from being agile.

You will leave with knowledge on what it takes to collaborate post-pandemic. Learn about hybrid teams working from anywhere in mixed set-ups. And learn how this can be to your advantage, when designed right. You will be introduced to the Management 3.0 innovation guidelines and how to structure better meetings that make a difference.

Content covered in this Agile Co-Creation Leadership Workshop

  • Describe the difference between doing and being agile
  • Define how to leverage creativity for you and your organization
  • Leverage cross-functional team setup and hybrid collaboration to foster innovation in your organization
  • Facilitate meetings that don’t suck, but actually add value for all

Modules covered: Agile Product Development, Remote & Hybrid Collaboration, Creativity & Innovation, Better Meetings

More Info: Download the Learning Experience Document (PDF)

Pre-Requisites for attending the Agile Co-Creation Leadership Workshop

The Foundation Workshop and the Agility in HR Workshop is where you learn the essential pillars and tools of Management 3.0. It is required that you attend one of these before attending the Agile Co-Creation Leadership Workshop. This is a follow-up workshop which leverages the full potential of the initial training.

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