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Management 3.0 - How to Energize People

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Workshop at the Regional Scrum Gathering Tokyo 2017 about Management 3.0.

In this workshop we experienced how to energize people with a simple card game called “Moving Motivators”, developed by Jurgen Appelo, the founder of Management 3.0.
Management 3.0 is a movement of innovation and leadership with management as a group responsibility. Its goal is to help you grow and transform organizations into becoming great places to work.

The Moving Motivators Game is not only a tool for learning about each others intrinsic motivation, it is also an effective communication exercise and it is always great fun for all participants.

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Management 3.0 - How to Energize People

  1. 1. MANAGEMENT 3.0 How to Energize People
  2. 2. A simple fact is… Happy workers do more and achieve more source: ScienceDaily, “We Work Harder When We Are Happy, New Study Shows” http://bit.ly/OV0HZP
  3. 3. Sadly, employee wellbeing level at work is low in Japan source: Edenred-Ipsos Barometer, Wellbeing at Work of 14,400 employees in 15 countries http://www.edenred.com/en/Edenred-Ipsos-Barometer/Pages/default.aspx 56%44%
  4. 4. How do we get workers to be more productive? How can we help people be happier in their jobs?
  5. 5. Stefan Nüsperling Management 3.0の日本� 唯一の認定ファシリテーター� Tetsuro Oniki 独立アジャイルコーチ� (カタリスト)� チーム化支援、� 変革支援�
  6. 6. Agenda §  Introduction to Management 3.0 §  12 Steps to Happiness §  Exercise „Moving Motivators“ §  Q&A
  7. 7. How do we get workers to be more productive? How can we help people be happier in their jobs?
  8. 8. Thank Give Help Eat Well Exercise Rest Experience Hike Meditate Socialize Aim Smile 12 Steps to Happiness (all backed by science)
  9. 9. Thank someone and be appreciative toward your colleagues, every single day
  10. 10. Kudos
  11. 11. Kudo Box
  12. 12. Company Wide Kudo Wall
  13. 13. Help someone who is in need of assistance, or enable colleagues to help each other
  14. 14. Competence Matrix
  15. 15. Eat well, and make good, healthy foods easily available for everyone
  16. 16. Kitchen at Wooga (Game Design Company Berlin)
  17. 17. Exercise and work out regularly and make it easy for people to take care of their bodies
  18. 18. じげんの社内制度「フィットネスアワー(F-Hour)」� h"p://zigexn.co.jp/news/publicity/201605022829  
  19. 19. Rest well, sleep sufficiently, and enable colleagues to refresh their minds
  20. 20. Experience new things, try stuff out, and let people run all kinds of experiments
  21. 21. Celebration Grid
  22. 22. Hike outdoors, enjoy nature, and allow people an escape from the office and the city
  23. 23. Give something to another person or make it possible for others to offer gifts
  24. 24. Meditate and get people to learn and adopt mindfulness practices
  25. 25. Socialize, relate to other people, and make it easy for colleagues to develop connections
  26. 26. Personal Maps
  27. 27. Aim for a goal and get people to understand and realize their own purpose
  28. 28. Work Expo
  29. 29. Work Expo at Wooga (Game Design Company Berlin)
  30. 30. Smile whenever you can, appreciate humor, and get colleagues to engage in fun activities
  31. 31. Niko Niko Calendar
  32. 32. https://management30.com/product/moving- motivators/ Exercise: Play Moving Motivators!
  33. 33. Case Study 1: Team Communication is not good
  34. 34. Case Study 2: Job Interview
  35. 35. Case Study 3: New Team or New Project
  36. 36. Who Am I? – Steven Reiss Management 3.0 – Jurgen Appelo Drive – Daniel H. Pink Motivation and Personality – Abraham Maslow The Motivation to Work – Frederick Herzberg Reading List
  37. 37. Text:  Jurgen  Appelo  ♦  IllustraEons:  Chad  Geran  ♦  Design:  Muuks   m30@nuworks.jp (Stefan Nüsperling) toniki@live.jp (Tetsuro Oniki) management30.com management30.doorkeeper.jp

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