Gus Poyet, Karl Robinson and Andy Scott were named the npower Football League manager's of the month for August.
Brighton & Hove Albion manager Gus Poyet was the npower Championship Manager of the Month for August.
Poyet led The Seagulls to the top of the table with four wins and a draw from their first five games.
Former Charlton Athletic boss Alan Curbishley chairs the npower Manager of the Month judging panel.
He said: “Gus Poyet and Brighton have continued where they left off last season with a fantastic start to life in the npower Championship.
“To be unbeaten, top of the league and through to the next round of the Carling Cup makes Poyet a truly deserving winner of the Manager of the Month award.”
npower Head of Sponsorship Emma Collins said: “Brighton lit up npower League 1 last season and now they are doing the same in the Championship.
“They have settled easily into their new stadium and performed very well in the first five games of the new campaign.
“I’d like to congratulate Gus and the team on behalf of npower, and wish them the best of luck for the rest of the season.”
npower League One
Milton Keynes Dons manager Karl Robinson was the npower League 1 Manager of the Month for August.
Robinson led The Dons to the top of the table with five wins and a draw from their opening six games.
Alan Curbishley said: “MK Dons have made a fantastic start to the new campaign, both in npower League 1 and the Carling Cup.
“Not only has Karl Robinson led his men to the top of the league, they are also top scorers in the division and winning games in style.”
Emma Collins said: “MK Dons missed out on promotion last season but they have started the new campaign superbly.
“Karl Robinson has got his side playing some very attractive football. We look forward to watching them as the season continues.
“I’d like to congratulate Karl and the team on behalf of npower, and wish them the best of luck for the rest of the season.”
npower League Two
Rotherham United manager Andy Scott was the npower League 2 Manager of the Month for August.
Scott led The Millers to second in the table with four wins and a draw from their opening six games.
Alan Curbishley said: “Andy Scott has had a great start to his first full season in charge at Rotherham United.
“His team have been excellent both at home and away and are rightfully near the top of the league. They look certain to be among the pacesetters this season.”
Emma Collins said: “Rotherham have made a very positive start in npower League 2 this season.
“Andy Scott has got his side playing some eye-catching football and the Rotherham fans have been rewarded with 14 goals in six matches.
“I’d like to congratulate Andy and the team on behalf of npower, and wish them the best of luck for the rest of the season.”
The judging panel comprises former Charlton Athletic manager Alan Curbishley, Sky Sports Football League expert Peter Beagrie, Football League Chief Operating Officer Andy Williamson, BBC Sport’s Mark Clemmit, League Managers Association Deputy CEO Olaf Dixon and npower Head of Sponsorship Emma Collins.