Concrete Agile Leadership with Management 3.0 – London

This course is also available in Copenhagen and Berlin and as internal company courses.

The course answers the overall question: What is my role as first-line manager when we’re working agile?

It does so by leveraging on the globally popular Management 3.0 leadership principles and practices. As working agile does not have a clear description of the role of managers, Management 3.0 suggests how to fill out this empty space with its practical and games-oriented approach to making agile leadership work in an empowered team-based organization.

Target audience
Line Managers, People Leads, Team Leads, Scrum Masters, Agile Coaches, Release Train Engineers/Tribe Coaches and similar formal or informal team leaders with experience in working agile.

2 days

Lecture, workshop, exercises


English / Danish, depending on the participants

Learning objectives

DAY 1:

Agile Leadership & Delegation of Decision-Making Power

  • Act as an Agile Leader by understanding the difference between the Management 1.0 and Management 3.0 leadership styles.
  • Use Personal Maps to grow connections between team members and teams.
  • Use the six key components of successful teams.
  • Identify and delegate appropriate decision-making power to teams using Delegation Poker.

Motivation & Rewarding

  • Explain how reward systems work and their connection to the performance and value created by employees.
  • Implement the Moving Motivators to understand and support your team members’ intrinsic motivations.

Emotional Intelligence & Psychological Safety

  • Use the three components that make up Emotional Intelligence to build it with oneself and employees.
  • Apply five steps to increase Psychological Safety.
  • Use Celebration Grids to encourage learning from mistakes and successes, and to foster a positive team culture.

DAY 2:

Purpose, Self-Organization and Workload Management

  • Create an inspiring purpose using the Management 3.0 mindset and principles.
  • Support teams in becoming self-organizing by using the Team Decision Matrix and Team Decision Cards.
  • Describe, measure and reduce teams’ Cognitive Load.

Feedback, Recognition and Team Growth

  • Build a culture of feedback by using Kudo Cards.
  • Give better feedback by using the Feedback Wrap.
  • Implement the Competency Matrix technique to identify skill gaps and growth opportunities within your team.

Collaboration, Diversity and Happiness

  • Increase collaboration across teams by building networks across the organization.
  • Use diversity to prevent groupthink and support creativity and innovation.
  • Set up a system for employees to take the 12 Steps to Happiness and measuring happiness.

Practical Information

  • Date: February 19 and 20, from 9 AM to 4 PM
  • Place: AND Digital, London (alternatively in Copenhagen or Berlin)
  • Price: 1,450 GBP (app. 1,700 EUR) ex. VAT

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