You don’t want theories and soft management science, you want hands-on approaches that can become solutions for increasing employee engagement and improving results.
You want to build a future. Management 3.0 is the future of management.
- Assist in the acquisition of knowledge for an inspiring management;
- Prepare management level for the growth of organizational structures;
- Development of innovative tools and inspiring work environments;
- Reinforce that management isn’t only the managers responsibility
- Take the agile transformation to all internal levels of the company;
- Understand how responsibility should be shared by everyone in the organization;
- Break the barrier between managers and the implementation of agile processes.
It’s simply doing the wrong thing, by treating people like cogs in a system.
What is Management 2.0?
It’s doing the right thing in the wrong way, with good intentions but old-fashioned top-down hierarchical initiatives.
What is Management 3.0?
It is the future of management, which is all about doing the right thing for your team, involving everyone in improving the system and fostering employee engagement.
1. Agile Leadership
Approach to deal with leadership, management teams and creative people. You will learn different methods, practices andchallenges in adopting agility and how managers and leaders can contribute to agile organizations.
2. Complexity Thinking
It is the basis of agile thinking. You will learn what is the theory of complexity and how to avoid the pitfalls of traditional linear thinking.
3. Intrinsic Motivation
It’s what motivates people to get up every morning. Because people are the most important part of organizations, managers must do their best to keep them active, creative and motivated. You will learn the difference between intrinsic and extrinsic motivation and techniques to identify what motivates the people around you;
An important value for agile teams. You will learn how to make self-organization work and how to develop relationships based on trust.
5. Goal Setting
It is important, because when there is no clear goal or purpose, the result may not be what you expected. You will learn when to manage and when to lead, how to use different criteria to create useful goals.
6. Competence Development
It is the key in the search for a good job. Teams can only achieve their goals if their members are capable enough and managers must contribute to development. You will learn techniques to develop people’s competence.
7. Organizational Structures
Impact significantly on how the organization works. Several teams operate in the context of a complex organization, so it is important to consider a structure that privileges communication.
You will learn the difference between functional and multifunctional teams and techniques for designing teams that work and communicate effectively.
8. Change Management
It’s one of the biggest challenges in organizations. People, teams and organizations need to continually improve. In practice this means that managers and leaders must act as agents of change, trying to change the complex social systems around them.
> IT Project Managers
> Product Managers/Owners
> Project Managers
> Scrum Masters
> Team Leaders ou Managers
> Access to teaching materials provided by Jurgen Appelo (Management 3.0 Author)
> Training facilitated by Happy Melly Official Trainer
> 16 hours of classroom training
> 16 PMI® PDUs
> Scopphu Certificate of Participation
* Lifetime participation certification.
Early Bird: 650€ +IVA*
*Oferta de IVA a particulares
- Desde 3 pessoas – 10%
- Desde 5 pessoas – 15%