And again two weeks later there is a course in Ghent, Belgium, hosted by Jürgen de Smet. Depending on the participants I assume it might be either in Dutch or English. Or French. Or whatever the Belgians have negotiated to speak.
My team and I now have 13 trainers in 10 countries getting ready to take over from me in 2012. Hopefully this means I will have more time for speaking, writing, networking and marketing. (And reading, thinking and dreaming.) And helping trainers to organize a great course.
It appears that some authors have a very command-and-control way of licensing their courses. But, as I’ve said before, we're trying to implement courseware licensing the Agile way. We delegate the course to motivated trainers; We trust them to do their best and self-organize; We put in place just a few constraints; We help them in any way we can to increase competence; And we stimulate the system so that it improves and beneficial outcomes can emerge.
This is exactly what Management 3.0 is all about. Isn’t it exciting? 🙂