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Management 3.0 practices brief overview

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Short overview of some examples of management 3.0 practices.

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Management 3.0 practices brief overview

  1. 1. https://management30.com
  2. 2. “Management is about human beings. Its task is to make people capable of joint performance, to make their strengths effective and their weaknesses irrelevant.”Peter F. Drucker “Management is too important to be left to managers.” Jurgen Appelo
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  5. 5. @corporate_coach
  6. 6. Personal map https://management30.com/practice/personal-maps/
  7. 7. STEP 1 Create a personal map MAX 15 - 20 WORDS https://value-first.be/tag/management-3-0/
  8. 8. STEP 2 Introduce a person (not yourself!) Tell a story https://value-first.be/tag/management-3-0/
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  20. 20. STEP 1 Order your motivators from left to right from least important to most important STEP 1 Order your motivators from left to right from least important to most important https://value-first.be/tag/management-3-0/ https://management30.com/practice/moving-motivators/
  21. 21. STEP 2 Move your motivators up (positive) or down (negative) https://value-first.be/tag/management-3-0/ https://management30.com/practice/moving-motivators/
  22. 22. Feedback wrap • Context • Feedback • Observations (= FACTS) • Emotions • Suggestions https://management30.com/practice/feedback-wraps/
  23. 23. • Context {WHO; WHERE; WHAT; TIME; FEELINGS; …} • Feedback {OBSERVATIONS + EMOTIONS} • I observe… (APPRECIATION) • I’ve seen… (INTERESTED) • I’ve heard… (APPRECIATION) • I’ve noticed… (SLIGHTLY ANNOYED) • Suggestions • I suggest… Feedback wrap
  24. 24. Merit money 1. Salaries should always be expected. Bonuses shouldn’t be. 2. Earnings should be based on collaboration, not competition. 3. Peer feedback is the main performance measurement. 4. Creative thinking can grow the compensation system (not rig it.) 5. Compensation can be used to nurture intrinsic motivation.
  25. 25. Performance appraisals • Why More and More Companies Are Ditching Performance Ratings • The changing nature of work • The need for better collaboration • The need to attract and keep talent • The need to develop people faster https://hbr.org/2015/09/why-more-and-more-companies-are-ditching-performance-ratings
  26. 26. Merit money: rules • Management takes care of the budget, but not the individual distribution. • Workers take care of the distribution, but they cannot credit themselves. • Evaluations happen at a micro-level, so there’s opportunity to iterate and adapt. http://www.forbes.com/sites/jurgenappelo/2015/07/08/the-peer-to-peer-bonus-system/#4b605aae6121

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