Management 3.0 Online Dojo
Share experiences about Management 3.0 online and connect with the community
Want to learn 36 great tips in Remote Working ?
Online workshop about Management 3.0.
You have learned about Management 30 and tried it out at work and with your team. Now it is time to get feedback from other Management 3.0 practitioner about their experience and opinion.
By sharing each others experience and opinion we can learn and grow and can use this knowledge for our next experiments.
The first 30 minutes will be used as a retrospective for those who participated in the Management 3.0 workshop for 2 days, and the results and experiences of the experiments will be shared.
Another contents in the last 30 minutes will be announced soon.
Participants are people who have taken the Management 3.0 Two-Day workshop recently but also other Management 3.0 practitioner around Japan. Everybody is welcomed to join this group.
- 36 great tips in Remote Working
- your experiments and tips in remote team
- your experiments with Management 3.0 and getting feedback
About the Facilitator
Stefan is a trilingual (German, English, Japanese) IT-Professional with more than 10 years of experience in Project Leadership, Change Management, Facilitation and Management 3.0. He worked with multinational enterprises in the fields of Management as well as Agile Software Development in Japan, South Korea and Germany. As a certified Scrum Master, the first licensed Management 3.0 facilitator in Japan and a Co-Owner of Management 3.0 he is keen on introducing Agile Leadership practices to Japanese organizations and believes that it will make their employees happier, the businesses more effective and customers more satisfied which is called “Sanpoyoshi” (benefit for all three stakeholders).
Management 3.0 Licensed Facilitator, Certified Scrum Master, Scrum Product Owner
As a young man, he worked several times as a firefighter on large scale fire projects. Feeling the limitations of firefighting with technology and physical strength, he turned his attention to process management. Is the information you’ve learned about Agile and Management 3.0 being applied to the field or not?