Management 3.0 seeks to engage people, improve the whole system, and increase value for clients. As a facilitator in Management 3.0 workshops, Agile training and coaching, LeSS, Scrum and Lean Change Management, i'm going to travel a bit more across the globe to provide workshops.
Management 3.0 is redefining the definition of leadership with management as a group responsibility.– Jurgen Appelo
Management 3.0 Foundation Workshop
This Management 3.0 Foundation Workshop is all about principles and practices. Combining the best of classical thinking with a fresh approach and new insights. All embedded in a social context and in the networked businesses we work in today.
What you’ll learn
Management 3.0 Foundation workshops for better leadership include solutions for:
✓ team collaboration and project management
✓ employee empowerment
✓ developing purpose and value inside an organization
✓ organizational hierarchy
✓ competence development
✓ self-organization and delegation
✓ change management and organizational transformation
✓ extrinsic motivation vs. intrinsic motivation
Who should attend?
Anyone who wants to be a better leader!
Everyone who want to manage for Happiness.
Team leader, development manager, delivery manager, middle manager, CEO, CIO, CXO, human resources manager, project manager, product owner, agile developer, scrum master, or anyone want to be a great people leader regardless of title.
By registering yourself, you declare you will be responsible for taking care of the VAT rules as they apply in your country. iFacilitate will apply the reverse charge for countries within the EU.
Minimum number of attendees is four.
I am proud to say that at this moment I'm one of two acknowledged Agile Certified Enterprise Coaches (CEC) in the Netherlands registered at Scrum Alliance and Certified LeSS Practitioner and SAFe Agilist. There are other ways to run a project but over the years I found out that the hands-on way of working with scrum and kanban and agile thinking seems to work the best. I’m not a fan of documentation or elaborate reports (you're not gonna get them from me). And I hate meaningless meetings. I like to grab things with both hands and getting things done. Roaring like viking although i'm gentle and understanding most of the time. After working as a project-manager and disliking the way projects where done, I made the transition to the more Agile way of thinking. I like to provide training and coaching to help people reach their goals. Working together and sharing knowledge is my thing.