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I help people and organizations learn about Management 3.0. I do this, for example, by facilitating the Management 3.0 Foundation workshop. One of the questions I get very often, is: “OK Ralph, great stuff, but how do I put his all to use?” My answer, of course, always is: “Well it depends…” I do understand, however, that people would like to hear stories about personal ex ...more
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Koen Wellens
Apr 24, 2018 rated it it was amazing
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Each chapter in this book contains examples on how Ralph implemented the methodologies as defined by Jurgen Appelo. What I liked a lot about it, is that Ralph explains that this might not work on your team. It’s just an idea on how you can implement these things. If you do the same, don’t forget to tweak it. Because what works for his team, might not work for yours.

Read the full review at my blog.
May 20, 2017 rated it it was amazing
A practical guide for both experienced and not so experienced managers. Insightful, useful and even funny, this book will give you a much better understanding on how teams work and how to make your employees feel better about their day to day jobs. A must read for any professional who wants to learn about improving their work experiences!
Sacha Storz
Dec 27, 2018 rated it it was amazing
A brief and practical guide about Management 3.0 principles and some practices.
Tamer Solieman
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A very good book shows by examples some practices in Management 3.0

Really like the simplicity of wording, the clear examples and supporting by external resources.
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Jurgen Appelo, who coined Management 3.0 and penned a book with the same title, invited me to read and review a book by Ralph van Roosmalen. Despite having written How to Change the World and the Management 3.0 Workout: Games, Tools & Practices to Engage People, Improve Work, and Delight Clients, in 2016 reworked into Managing for Happiness, the answer how teams and organizations actually used the wealth of resources for these new forms of management, was not known to Appelo. Van Roosmalen chang ...more
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I believe people make all the difference in every project. The people’s skills, how they work together, how they feel, and just who they are. Scrum, Kanban, eXtreme Programming, Management 3.0, these are just tools or frameworks that exist to help people.

I have been working in IT since 1997. I had different roles: Software Developer, Tester, Scrum Master, Agile Coach, Team Lead, Manager, and VP So

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