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16 Actionable Corporate Culture Hacks

Corporate Culture – what a contentious term! Companies go out of their way to craft a purpose statement, define corporate values and pride themselves with it all. Yet…under the hood there is often a stark contrast. The values and beliefs are not necessarily lived and […]

Your smart wardrobe – the ultimate platform!

Imagine a world in which your wardrobe is connected, smart and offers more value than just storing your clothes. Wardrobes ought to be the perfect platform that no one has conquered yet but which provides huge potential. In this article I look at ways how this future could look like.

Taking a User-Centred Approach to Sharing Good Practices

Knowledge sharing is always a hot topic. Every organisation wants it to take place but basic human needs and behaviours are being ignored. In this article I take a user-centred approach to better understand how to encourage knowledge sharing in the form of good practices.

Komplexität managen mit Design Sprints

Was haben eine Salesforce Implementierung, der Aufenthalt an einem Flughafen, die Bedienung einer Kamera oder das Onboarding neuer Mitarbeiter im Unternehmen gemeinsam? Es sind alles Probleme, die besser definiert und ganz oder in Ansätzen konzeptionell auch gelöst wurden – dank eines Design Sprints. Design Thinking hat man eventuell schon mal gehört. Es […]

Experiencing the Power of Liberating Structures – A Practical Example

Are you tired of the ever same brainstorming sessions in your workshops? Are you annoyed by extroverts voicing their opinions whilst introverted colleagues rather keep their opinions and ideas to themselves? Do you need to engage a large number of people to support sustainable change? […]

Technology changes, humans don’t – or do they?

Although social tools have been around for almost 20 years and have seen a huge surge in the past 10 years, there are many organisations that have only recently started implementing them at scale. The above image was created by Hugh MacLeod in 2007 but it was […]