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Business leaders and human resource managers consider the "lack of employee engagement" one of their top priorities. But why do many workers not feel engaged? Learn more about motivation and engagement in the workplace with Management 3.0.
Energize People: People are
the most important parts of an
organization and managers
must do all they can to keep
people active, creative, and
How do we motivate people?
How can we improve engagement?
Business leaders and human resource
managers consider the “lack of employee
engagement” one of their top priorities.
But why do many workers not feel engaged?
nothing would be produced.
Firms exist to coordinate and
motivate people’s economic
- John Roberts, The Modern Firm
Technically, we cannot make people feel motivated or
engaged. But we can certainly set up the right
conditions that maximize the probability that it
will happen (even though success is never certain).
Managers are responsible for making engagement a
built-in property of the organization.
Is employee engagement about intrinsic or
Does an author write books because she loves the writing process?
Or because she loves the support and encouragement from
readers? Maybe a bit of both?
Want to work with your peers to solve problems
facing today's change management?
Learn to increase employee engagement at a
Management 3.0 Workshop!
The CHAMPFROGS model deals
specifically with motivation in
the context of work-life.
It consists of ten motivators that
are either intrinsic, extrinsic, or
a bit of both.
The workers have plenty of
things to investigate and to
Workers feel proud that their
values are reflected in how
Colleagues approve of what
people do and who they are.
The work challenges
people’s competence but it
is within their abilities.
There’s enough room for
workers to influence what
happens around them.
People are independent
of others with their work
People have good social
contacts with the others in
Workers have enough
rules and policies for a
The people’s purpose in life
is reflected in the work that
People have a good position
and are recognized by their
Managers must seek ways for
the CHAMPFROGS motivators to
become systemic properties of
For example, laboratories and
research centers typically satisfy
people’s need for curiosity.
Don’t waste your time trying to motivate individual
workers with an employee engagement program.
Most so-called employee engagement
programs are misbegotten, unwieldy,
ineffective rolling caravans of impractical
- Les McKeown, “A Very Simple Reason Employee
Engagement Programs Don’t Work”
Management 3.0 is not another framework, it’s a mindset, combined
with an ever-changing collecXon of games, tools, and pracXces to help
any worker manage the organizaXon. It’s a way of looking at work
Management 3.0 examines how to analyze that system to come up with
the right soluXons for beYer leadership across organizaXons.
Management 3.0 FoundaXon Workshops are all about principles and
pracXces. Combining the best of classical thinking with a fresh approach
and new insights. All embedded in a social context and in the networked
businesses we work in today.
Book your Management 3.0 Workshop today and improve your