Management 3.0 2 Days (14 Hours)
1 550,00 € tax excl.
The Management 3.0 training course allows to understand different ways to support the organization and manage it with leadership in order to get the most from this approach.
A practical and interactive workshop to:
- Act optimally as a manager within an Agile context
- Know tools and practices helping you become exceptional leaders.
- Discover the keys to motivation
Agile management is an often forgotten part of Agile. There is a lot of information for Agile developers, testers and project managers, but very little for development managers and team leaders. However, when an organisation adopts an Agile approach to software development, it is not only developers, testers and project managers who have to apply new practices. Development managers and team leaders must also learn a new way of leading and managing an Agile organisation. Our Management 3.0 course is designed for them.
A 2-day interactive course to learn:
- what complexity theory is
- the difference between intrinsic and extrinsic motivation
- how to set up a self-organisation that works well
- when to manage and when to lead and how to use different criteria to set useful goals
- about skill levels and discipline levels
- the 4 facets of change management addressing the system, the people, the interactions and the system boundary
- Agile software development is the new golden standard for software teams. You will learn about different Agile methods, popular best practices, the 7 dimensions of looking at software projects, challenges in Agile adoption around the world, and the contribution of the manager and team leader in Agile organizations.
- Complexity science and systems thinking are the cornerstones of an Agile mindset. You will learn about causal loop diagrams, what complexity theory is, how to think in terms of systems, about Black Swans and Jokers, about the difference between complex and complicated, and about the 7 fallacies we often recognize in traditional linear thinking.
- People are the most important parts of an organization, and managers must do all they can to keep people active, creative, and motivated. You will learn the difference between extrinsic motivation and intrinsic motivation, the 10 intrinsic desires as well as common techniques for understanding what is important to the people in your teams (e.g., one-on-one meetings, personal assessments, the 12 most important questions, and 360 degree meetings).
- Teams are able to self-organize. However, this requires empowerment, authorization, and trust from management. You will learn how to make self-organization work, how to distribute authorization in an organization, the challenges of empowerment, how to grow relationships of trust, and several techniques for distributed control, such as the 7 levels of delegation and authority boards.
- Self-organization can lead to anything. Thus, it is necessary to protect people and shared resources and to give people a clear purpose and defined goals. You will learn when to manage and when to lead, how to use different criteria to create useful goals, about the challenges around management by objectives, as well as how to protect people and shared resources from any bad effects of self-organization.
- Teams are not able to achieve their goals if team members are not capable enough. Therefore, managers must contribute to skill development. You will learn about skill levels and discipline levels, how and when to apply the 7 approaches of competence development, how to measure progress in a complex system, the effect of sub-optimization, and several tips for useful performance metrics.
- Many teams operate within the context of a complex organization. Thus, it is important to have structures that enhance 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 cross-functional teams, about informal leadership and widening job titles, and about treating teams as value units in a value network.
- People, teams, and organizations need to improve continuously in order to defer failure for as long as possible. In practice, this means that managers and leaders must act as change agents, trying to change the social complex systems around them. You will learn about the 4 facets of change management, which address the system, the individuals, the interactions, and the boundary of the system.
Games and exercises
For each of the 8 main topics, there is a game or exercise. Participants are asked to form teams individuals and apply what they have just learned. Each activity ends with a debriefing and discussions. This way, participants can link what they have learned with their own reality. Therefore, the entire group has the opportunity to address the issues that have been raised and to talk about their own experiences.
Who is this course for?
This course is intended for leaders and managers who want to become Agile and also to people who want to become great team leaders or line managers. The course typically draws team leaders, development managers, Agile coaches, Scrum Masters, project managers, Product Owners, developers and testers and toplevel management.
There are no prerequisites for this course. No practical experience with Agile methods is necessary, though some familiarity with Agile principles and practices is useful.
Our workshop includes:
- The workshop led by a recognized trainer
- A set of course materials
- A certificate at the end of the course
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|Category||Agile, Scrum & Devops|
|Lunch||Coffee breaks and lunches included|