Management 3.0 – Change and innovation practices
LOCATION: Vilnius (to be specified)
LANGUAGE: in English
ADVANCE (until ...):
789 € (+ VAT)
989 € (+ VAT)
Who should attend?
This course is designed for:
managers and leaders who want to learn how to manage Agile organizations;
for people who want to learn how to contribute to building a great Agile organization;
for anyone who wants to rule for happiness.
If you face the following challenges at work:
How can we motivate our employees?
How can we change the culture of the organization?
How can we encourage teams to take responsibility?
How can we encourage managers to trust their teams?
How to make the company more active?
Learn about a new approach to leading Agile organizations.
Agile management is often a overlooked part of Agile. When organizations implement Agile, new practices need to be learned beyond team members and project managers. Managers and leaders also need to learn to apply a new approach to leading Agile organizations.
Workshop Management 3.0 participants will gain insights into the new role of leadership in an Agile organization.
1 day topics
Leadership and leadership. You will learn about different Management styles: 1.0, 2.0 and 3.0. What are the advantages and disadvantages of different styles? What is the role of the manager in the Management 3.0 environment;
Complex thinking. You will learn about eight guidelines for dealing with difficult situations;
Giving people energy - motivation and inclusion. You will learn the differences between external and internal motivations, what are the ten internal desires, and common methodologies for understanding what is important to your team members;
Empower teams - empower and empower. You will learn about the seven levels of authority and how to implement them, as well as about authority boards.
Topics of the day 2
Reconciling contradictions - values and culture. You’ll learn how to help your team discover its values and how to put those values into practice, not just showcase hanging on the wall;
Competence development - learning and competence. How to help teams understand what other aspects of development should be addressed by increasing their competence and using the competence development matrix.
Structuring - scaling the structure of an organization. How to balance specialization and generalization, how to choose both functional and multifunctional teams. Informal leadership and what are the benefits when people choose their positions themselves and consider teams as elements of value in the value network;
How to improve everything - success and failure. You will learn about success and failure - are you celebrating failure or success? You will learn why it is important to experiment and, finally, what organizational structure is best for experiments.
Games and exercises
There is at least one game or exercise for each topic, during which participants put the course ideas into practice in groups of four to six people. The goal is to ensure that participants can apply the topics learned in their organization the next day.
We will hold a discussion after each game and / or exercise. This way, people will have the opportunity to share what they have learned, to share new insights or experiences. The more people communicate and discuss, the more they will learn.