This course covers Management 3.0, an innovative way to approach management and team leadership within your organization. Management 3.0 was created by Jurgen Appelo and is based on the premise that management is not the exclusive responsibility of executives, but rather it is a group responsibility. Leaders should pursue the goal of growing and transforming organizations that are great places to work, where people are engaged, the work is continually improving, and clients are simply delighted.
Here is just one idea you will gain from this course!
At the end of this course students will be able to:
- Understand what factors influence motivation.
- Learn different methodologies, frameworks, and best practices in Agile Management Transformation.
- Understand how to distribute and delegate work within an organization.
- Develop key competencies for a team.
- Define key objectives and indicators for work management.
- Learn to become a change agent for continuous improvement for an organization.
Training in Management 3.0 is aimed at any professional who wishes to apply Agile principles to successfully manage teams and become a true leader. It may include, among others, CEOs, IT Directors, Directors of other departments, HR, Project Managers, Scrum Masters, Product Owners, Product Managers, Developers, Business Analysts, and in general, anyone who, due to their professional needs, wants to learn how to motivate and develop people, how to create and manage self-managed teams organized, as well as to define organizational structures capable of adapting to changes.
Attendees must have some experience in teamwork, and basic knowledge of project, product and/or service management.
Each student will receive a copy of the official Management 3.0 Documentation, as well as an extensive catalog of resources in digital format.
The course has a 100% practical nature, where knowledge is acquired based on the experience lived through group work activities, provided by the instructor.
A certificate of attendance will be issued to students who attend the course for at least 75% of the duration, and a diploma will be issued to students who pass the evaluation test.
At the end of the course, students obtain the official M3 certificate. Students will earn 21 credit hours for their attendance.
This course is based on the official 2-day Management 3.0 course , and the Workout! 1 day The contents that will be treated during the 3 days include:
- Agile Management
- Proven approach to leadership and governance of teams and creative people. You will learn about different methods, popular practices, challenges in Agile adoption worldwide, and the contribution of the manager and the team leader in Agile organizations.
- Complex thinking
- Complex thinking is the cornerstone of an agile mindset. You will learn what complexity theory is, how to think in terms of systems, about the difference between the complex and the complicated, about the fallacies of traditional linear thinking and suggestions for complexity thinking.
- Intrinsic motivation
- This is the reason why people get out of bed in the morning. Since people are the most important parts of an organization and managers must do everything possible to keep people active, creative and motivated. You will learn about the difference between extrinsic motivation versus intrinsic motivation, the ten intrinsic desires and common techniques to understand what is important for people in their teams, such as individual meetings, personal evaluations, the 12 most important ones. 360 degree questions and assessments.
- Self-organization can offer many answers when it comes to good management. Teams can self-organize, but this requires the empowerment of employees, authorization and trust of management. You will learn how to operate self-organization, how to distribute authorization in an organization, the challenges of empowerment, how to develop relationships of trust and various techniques for distributed control, such as the 7 levels of delegation and authority boards.
- Set goals
- Setting goals is important, since self-organization can lead to anything. Therefore, it is necessary to protect people and shared resources, and provide people with a clear purpose and defined objectives. You will learn when to administer and when to lead, how to use different criteria to create useful objectives, about the challenges around management by objectives and how to protect people and shared resources from the negative effects of self-organization.
- Competence development
Skills development is key when it comes to doing a good job. Teams can only achieve their goals if team members are capable enough and, therefore, managers must contribute to the development of the competition. You will learn how and when to apply the seven approaches to skills development, how to measure progress in a complex system, the effect of sub-optimization and various tips for useful metrics.
- Organizational structures
- Organizational structures have a significant impact on how an organization works. Many teams operate within the context of a complex organization and, therefore, it is important to consider the structures that improve communication. You will learn how to grow an organizational structure as a fractal, how to balance specialization and generalization, how to choose between functional and multifunctional teams, about informal leadership and the expansion of jobs, and about the treatment of teams as units of value in a network of value
- Change management
- Change management is one of the things that people of all kinds of organizations have the most difficulties with. People, teams and organizations must continually improve to postpone failure for as long as possible. In practice, this means that managers and leaders must act as agents of change, trying to change the complex social systems that surround them. You will learn about the 4 facets of change management, which address the system, people, interactions and system boundaries.
- Exercise! Practices and techniques practices and techniques
- Employee commitment to personal maps, performance management with Metrics Ecosystem and OKRs, team collaboration and experimentation with Celebration Grids, rewards and recognition with Kudo Box, storytelling and improvement dialogues with Better Discussion Dialogues, extrinsic motivation vs. intrinsic motivation, trust building, personal Coaching with Feedback Wraps, delegation with Delegation Boards, compensation plans with Salary Formula and Merit Money