There are a lot of management models and theories out there and they all sound great. The problem is that there’s a lot of theory, which we don’t always know how to implement in practical terms. For example, what can you do concretely on a Tuesday afternoon to work better with your colleagues?

People need actionable advice, things they can start doing next week. That’s where Management 3.0 comes in. 

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Today, Agile supports organizations in allowing teams to adapt to changing requirements and deliver high-quality products more effectively. This requires teams to be self-organized. But self-organization is difficult; it requires a high level of trust, communication, and collaboration between team members. It also assumes that each member has the necessary skills and autonomy to make decisions without direct supervision. 

Traditional Managers often struggle with Agile because they:

  • are accustomed to a top-down management style where they are the ones making all the decisions and directing their team.
  • may lack the skills and knowledge necessary to delegate responsibilities and empower their team members to make decisions.
  • may have a hard time letting go of control and trusting their team members to work together and make decisions without their constant involvement.
  • may not be able to adapt to the changing demands of the modern business world, which requires more agility and flexibility in team structures and decision-making processes.
  • may not understand the value of self-organized teams and the benefits of distributed decision-making, such as increased creativity, improved productivity, and greater job satisfaction among teams.


Management 3.0 provides managers with a practical framework and a set of tools to lead and manage teams effectively without losing control. By applying the principles of Management 3.0, managers can empower their teams to become more agile, creative, and motivated. This can result in higher employee engagement, better performance, and increased innovation. Additionally, Management 3.0 emphasizes continuous learning and improvement for both managers and team members, which can help organizations stay competitive in a rapidly changing business environment.


To address these challenges, Management 3.0 provides several tools and practices for supporting Managers in creating more effective and self-organizing teams. Rather than dictating what needs to be done, modern managers encourage their team members to participate in decision-making, share their ideas and collaborate on solutions. They create an environment that nurtures creativity, trust, and openness. This shift from a command and control mentality to a facilitative approach is essential to thrive in today's world.

Management 3.0 covers the following topics:

  • Management & Leadership - understand the difference, how Management evolved over the last century.
  • Complexity Thinking - understand, why traditional management styles are not effective in today’s world.
  • Energize People - Individuals in teams need to be motivated and engaged to create the best product and services possible.
  • Empower Teams - Address different forms of delegation without losing control.
  • Align Constraints - Ensure, that self-organization does not lead to anything unwanted.
  • Develop Competence - Provide the necessary knowledge and practices, so the team can become competent enough for self-organization.
  • Grow Structure - Provide structures to ensure that your agile organization can scale.
  • Improve everything - Develop the right approach to change management.

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