I don’t agree with this @Willem-Jan Ageling . I find that there are too many dysfunctional teams out there that are limited to what they can do or not do. e.g. they are limited to organise themselves as a scrum team as long as it fits in with the traditional waterfall project plan.
Most self-organising teams are held accoutable and responsible to self-organise, but have no authority or ownership to change things that are affecting them. Self-management elevates this and empowers teams to do more. For me it widens the self-organisation boundries and allows ownership and change.
I think the 20 year old manifesto needs to be updated with the modern world. :)