Tag: management

25 January 2013 / Leadership & Management
Delegation is an Art! Point finale.

In this rapidly changing world where change itself has changed, we need more people to be part of the system to provide evolutionary, disruptive and open innovation! Internet connections, data storage, mobile devices, genome sequencing, everything today is growing at an exponential rate where organizations need to be more adaptive, and change as fast as change itself. Top-down controlled, managed organizations are bound to die as...

21 January 2013 / Agile & Scrum
The Key Difference of Innovation vs Business As Usual

In times of economic crisis it is important for organizations to optimize their effectiveness in order to survive. In many cases, people jump to cost optimization, only looking at their bottom line. And there is nothing wrong with that, as long as you don't forget the role of the customers and end-users. In many cases we see a natural reaction of organizations to generalize their...

15 May 2012 / Less is More
Plant the seeds and enjoy their growth

It has been more than a year since we organized the first Belgian Management 3.0 training with Jurgen Appelo(March 28, 2011) and subsequent premiere of co-teaching Jurgens (June 27th, 2011). In the mean time we have had the opportunity to spread the love in several public and in-house occasions in Europe for which we received great feedback of which you can see some examples below: I’ll have a lot more...

2 March 2012 / Leadership & Management
Why attend a licensed Management 3.0 training?

Ever since I have been guiding teams and organizations towards a more effective business environment to work in, I have been searching for guidelines and practices to support “managers” in their quest to steer their teams successfully. It has been a very interesting journey so far, a great learning school! My quest to be able to support managers all around inspired me to experiment with a lot...

25 February 2012 / Leadership & Management
In the brain of… Christopher Avery!

On 21 April 2012 we will be hosting a new “In the brain of…” session. Our guest for this edition is Christopher Avery, author of The Leadership Gift. The Leadership Gift is a work on responsible leadership, teamwork, and change. Christopher’s field research about how personal responsibility works in the mind of leaders (namely how we avoid it and how we take it) now makes it...

31 January 2012 / Agile & Scrum
Innovation Games for Process Optimization

First time I have been using Innovation Games was about 6 years ago for product innovation and in the mean time I have been experimenting with different games for different purposes but always in the atmosphere of product design & implementation with and without customers, with and without end users… different settings, different games but always fun and productive! Due to the fact that I...