Europe’s # 1 management writer offers workshop in Copenhagen on 29/9

American website Inc.com announced that the most popular management writer from continental Europe is Jurgen Appelo. 1) Appelo returns to Copenhagen on 29 September, for the first-ever presentation of material from his new book.

Many have booked, but there are still some available seats here: Management 3.0 Workout in Copenhagen on 29/9 2014

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Management 3.0 Workout offers brand new games, tools, and practices for all workers so they can introduce better management, with fewer managers. It answers questions such as, “How can we measure team performance?” “How can we decide on salaries and bonuses?” “How can we define job titles and career paths?” and “How can we replace performance appraisals?”

According to Gallup’s 142-country study on the State of the
Global Workplace, the “bulk of employees worldwide — 63% — are “not engaged,” meaning they lack motivation and are less likely to invest discretionary effort in organizational goals or outcomes 2)

The traditional methods of hierarchical enterprises don’t apply to networked organizations in the 21st century. People need to learn, from scratch, how to manage a business together and how to grow a company with coworkers.

“Management is too important to leave to the managers!” – Jurgen Appelo

Born in The Netherlands, now living in Belgium, Jurgen Appelo is the writer of Management 3.0 and How to Change the World. Both books are available worldwide in various languages. As a writer, speaker, entrepreneur, and CEO of business network Happy Melly, Jurgen Appelo is rated #40 Management & Leadership Expert in the world 1); he is also #6 Most Influential Person in Agile 3) and his blog is the #3 Most Popular Agile Blog in the World 4). The publisher, Happy Melly Express, is a new co-publishing partner for authors who desire full control and high quality for their books.

1) http://m30.me/inc
2) http://www.gallup.com/poll/165269/worldwide-employees-engaged-work.aspxjurgen
3) http://m30.me/infoq
4) http://m30.me/agilescout

Press release from HappyMelly.com, September 2014

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