Leadership


 Unleash human potential through Leadership

When markets are becoming more and more VUCA (Volatility, uncertainty, complexity and ambiguity) organizations have to be able to respond quickly and handle all the uncertainties. In these markets, traditional management is often seen as too slow. Lean & Agile promotes giving the teams the mandate and freedom to make their own decisions. Making teams able to respond quickly to new market changes and technological opportunities. This transformed the style of leadership, towards creating the right context and environment for self-managing teams.


Ritsuo Shingo, 
the son of the prestigious Father of Modern Manufacture Shigeo Shingo has been considered the Nobel Prize in Manufacturing, Ritsuo Shingo was the translator of the first book on Toyota Production System in English written by his father, with whom I have had the pleasure of training in Practical Leadership Skills and learning from his wisdom and experience about the 'genba', original word in Japanese to designate the gemba, Flow, Ikigai, Lean and TPS.

 
 

 
Using the change in self-leadership as a Practical Humane Leadership is doing like water, you have to be fluid, find your way and open your own path. First it changes along with the circumstances, the environment marks the change, the water is powerful, first moving around an object and later moving the object. A small change can make a big difference.


I help generate a practical humane leadership from the 'genba', as previous dtep for antifragility, according to the current context so that leaders at the service of the organization emerge, unlocking the potential of people to obtain business results, all within a organizational culture adapted to the current context and environments.


From a Practical Humane Leadership inspired by the spirit of Leadership Sensei Shingo with "Never give up!" & by the principle of Senekawo Miseru (Show your back).

Agile leadership is based on the agile manifesto and on being a leader-leader and non-leader-followers.
 
 

Management 3.0:

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.

Leadership pursues the goal of growing and transforming organizations, which are great places to work for. They care about having engaged employees because when this happens the work is improved and clients are happy. We’ve realized that almost every industry is ripe for change and ready for a new view on management. Management 3.0 is that future of management.

Management 3.0 follows the systems thinking idea that 95 percent of the performance of an organization is the result of the whole system, not the individual. Management 3.0 examines how to analyze that system to come up with the right solutions for better and effective leadership across organizations.

It’s about working together to find the most efficient way for a business to achieve its goals while maintaining the happiness of workers as a priority with Agile Leadership. 

Management 3.0 is a global management revolution that brings together thousands of project managers, mid-level managers, CEOs and entrepreneurs, developing solutions together, using games to encourage employee feedback and team collaboration.

Management 3.0 is not another framework, it’s a mindset, combined with an ever-changing collection of games, tools, and practices to help any worker manage the organization. It’s a way of looking at work systems.  
 
 
For me help to evolve your Leadership towards Personal Antifragility Workshop.