Ways of working are coming to a new segment of an evolutionary spiral: everything that can be automated either is already automated or will be soon. We don't need brainless workers anymore. Many futurologists say that, for example, the career of driver will disappear from our planet in under 20 years.
Today's companies are a place of innovation where we want knowledge workers to bring the maximum that their brainpower can offer. By the way, Agile is all about that. "Individuals and interactions over processes and tools." But if you want this to come true, you have to learn new skills. For developers, it's things like teamwork, Scrum and product thinking. And for managers, it's the skill of working with their organization as a system that could be tweaked to enable creativity and out-of-the-box thinking of big groups of people. And it's a new skill that you don't get in universities.
Management 3.0 is all about that. It has a strong foundation of more than 200 books from different fields of knowledge: Agile, traditional and modern management, lean thinking, system theory, complexity theory, evolutionary theory, and even anthropology and group psychology.