Building Organisational agility using Jurgen Appelo's Management 3.0

schedule Sep 29th 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM place Z309 people 15 Attending

World of work has broken. According to Gallup in a study conducted worldwide between 2011-2012 - only 13% of employees working for an organisation are involved in, enthusiastic about and committed to their work and workplace.

I'll explain why our current standard patterns in management are no longer good enough, and what we can do differently and better. I will showcase a number of modern modern management techniques - popularised by Jurgen Appelo and Management 3.0 - that are fundamentally aligned with lean and agile principles. These will help you get better engagement, better teamwork and make management an easier job.

You will walk away with a number of simple techniques you can use to help initiate teams or projects; change the level of conversation that you will with your peers and team members; and give you a way to build happier teams.

 
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Outline/structure of the Session

Presentation with examples and an opportunity to work with fellow attendees to practice some of the attendees

Learning Outcome

People who want to learn how to build awesome teams made up of knowledge workers

Target Audience

People who want to learn how to build awesome teams made up of knowledge workers

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