More and more organizations are adopting Agile practices and trying to get them to work in the same structures and hierarchies that ultimately got them in trouble in the first place. Line managers and project managers struggle with what their role is when self-organizing teams are created and Management 3.0 is the response to give managers, projects managers and leaders in today’s knowledge organizations the tools to flourish.
“Very knowledgeable about subject matter. Engaged and enthusiastic. Encouraged conversation and discussion. Provided many practical and useful suggestions. Made it clear that he would be available for follow up (personally and through materials) after the training.” – Vicki Ledajaks
Who it’s For
All executives, managers, consultants, team leads and project managers who want to add more effective management practices to their leadership repertoire.
What it’s About
What You’ll Learn
Energize People: Learn what truly motivates people, hint, the carrot/stick method of mechanistic organizations is long gone!
Empower Teams: Teams crave 3 things to make them hyper-productive. Learn what they are and how to foster awesome teams.
Align Constraints: Self-organization doesn’t mean chaos! Learn how to use situational leadership to put the right constraints in place.
Develop Competence: People love learning, learn how to foster a craftsmanship attitude.
Grow Structure: Software and project teams are often hand-cuffed by organizational constraints, learn how to create the right environment for success.
Improve Everything: Learn what Lean Change is and how to use to to improve anything.
There are tens of thousands of Management 3.0 practitioners worldwide. Not only will you take away concrete practices for your organization, you’ll join a global movement!
Jason began his career as a web developer when Cold Fusion roamed the earth. Over the following years, he moved into management, Agile Coaching and consulting. The bumps and bruises collected along the way brought him to the realization that helping organizations adopt Agile practices was less about the practices and all about change.
In 2008 he attended an experiential learning conference about how people experience change and since then, he’s been writing, and speaking, all over the world about helping organizations discover more effective practices for managing organizational change. He is the author of Lean Change Management and an international speaker who has spoken all over the world from Canada, the US, Finland, Germany, Australia, Belgium and more.