This 2-day Management 3.0 Foundation Workshop is about the future of work, designed to inspire leaders, managers, and team members, who face the challenge of transforming their organizations to be more innovative and adaptive.
The workshop contains the most valuable practices and modules related to Management 3.0 and Remote Leadership. By attending the workshop, attendees will understand the basics of Management 3.0 and also learn effectively to get a grip on remote teams that often require a more creative approach to management.
What will you learn
- Different management approaches and what is Management 3.0.
- Why it is important to manage the system and not the people.
- Why it is important to understand Complexity Thinking in a Management 3.0 context.
- The difference between intrinsic and extrinsic motivation and which one is more important in a Management 3.0 context.
- Understanding delegation is not black and white; the seven levels of delegation: Tell, Sell, Consult, Agree, Advice, Inquire, and Delegate.
- What are the benefits and disadvantages of remote teams.
- How do you support co-workers in creating an organization where it is normal to give feedback.
- How to support people and the organization during a change.
The Foundation Workshop covers all six views of Management 3.0 and therefore serves as the foundation for agile leadership skills and for any further learning of Management 3.0. The workshop contains the following modules:
- Management and Leadership
- Principles of Management 3.0
- Complexity Thinking
- Motivation and Engagement
- Delegation and Empowerment
- Values and Culture
- Learning and Competencies
- Scaling Organizational Structure
- Change Management
Attendees will receive a certificate, the Foundation Workshop Certificate of Attendance. This certificate is a requirement for applying to become a licensed Management 3.0 Facilitator.
About the trainer
Voranc Kutnik has been a Management 3.0 licensed facilitator since 2012. He has organized more than twenty Management 3.0 public and private workshops and was also a member of the core Management 3.0 remote team for five years.
He is an agile enthusiast who thrives on helping teams embrace agile values and principles to build better products faster and supporting leaders to develop their own style of high-performance leadership and build and operate an agile organization.