Management 3.0 - Learn all about Managing for Happiness

Management books in general are boring and too many words. It doesn't have to be like that! In this Workshop we are going to look at three colorful and playful management games:

  • Moving Motivators, learn how to discover what motivates your team. Motivators, you can't (technically) motivate other people, but you can create an environment where they will be motivated. How do you know what motivates them?
  • Delegation Poker, what is agile delegation and how can you implement delegation. Delegation, what is delegation and how can you implement delegation?
  • Change Game, change is scary... so how can you change a complex system. Change Management, many things you do as manager, lead, senior person are related to change. Change is scary... so how can you change a complex system?

The practices are from Management 3.0 and we shortly look at the theory but move quickly to the game part. The audience will decide on the order of the topics.

 
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Outline/structure of the Session

General Agenda
10 minutes - Welcome everyone and What is Management 3.0?
75 minutes - Workshop
5 minutes - Debrief/Closing

Moving Motivators 30 minutes
10 minutes - Explain Motivators and why people should care about motivation
5 minutes - Explain the Moving Motivators game and set up the groups
15 minutes - People play the game

Delegation Poker - 30 minutes
15 minutes - Explain why you should delegate, what is delegation. Explain the seven levels f delegation, and the delegation board
15 minutes - People will work in groups. Decide on their key decisions areas and create their team delegation board

Change Game - 30 minutes
15 minutes - Discuss the different model for change management
15 minutes - People will play the Change game in small groups

Learning Outcome

Understand an organization is a complex adaptive system. Additionally, have three new tools in your toolbox as leader to help systems grow and develop. Learn how to create an organization where people are motivated. Learn how to set up a system to delegate responsibilities between managers and team members. Learn how to change things in a complex environment.

Target Audience

Management, Project Managers, Scrum Masters, Team Leads, Senior Professionals

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