Lean and agile practices were first introduced within the context of small, co-located, high-performing teams. Now more than 20 years later, the industry is starting to see the adoption of agile methods and practices across the enterprise and at scale. Nevertheless, there is relatively little guidance for what Agile means for managers or executives. What else is required, other than providing your organization with budget, resources, and playing cheerleader? Agile methods also have little to say about the role of management, and some methods go so far as to say line managers are obsolete! What role can management play to facilitate their agile teams and support digital transformation? In this workshop, we will explore how the role of leadership and management changes in an Agile organization, applying concepts from many sources including Lean, the Kanban Method, and Management 3.0. We will explore Liberating Structures and discuss how these simple but powerful facilitation techniques can help get people engaged and energized, smooth corporate transitions, foster creative thinking and innovation, and in general make meetings fun and productive again.