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It is not about avoiding thinking…(?)

January 30, 2013

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It is not about avoiding thinking and just wait for someone to present the solution. But this is often the case when you look at employees and managers participating in a briefing where an (cost-effective) consultant presents the solution. The same scenario can also be observed when the manager presents his plan to the employees. It is […]

Community before individualism

March 23, 2011

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Columnist David Brooks the only conservative at the New York Times just published a book about brain science, The Social Animal. However, this post is not about Mr. Brooks, NY Times or that he may be the only conservative in NY! This post is about a question that was posed in an interview with Mr. […]

The future is like driving faster and faster on a narrowing street …

February 19, 2011

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“You need to slow down to be able to steer more precise – but you can’t! Instead the speed just keeps increasing. You need to steer better but you cannot do it alone. There are to many knobs, handles and buttons. You can only steer and navigate your car through the narrow streets together with […]

Understand modern learning and improve your INNOVATION!

February 5, 2011

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“If learning is a crucial part of any innovation process, then you can achieve improved innovation results along with an improved understanding of how to support learning processes.” You may get a clearer picture of the statement above, if you make a parallel from learning to development, change, idea-generation and creativity. Innovation model: Front End […]

Collaborative is the NEW black!

January 30, 2011

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Collaborative is the NEW black. And as you meet the future, Collaborative Man® is one of many approaches. Collaborative Man® is the NEW black. Think about it.

The “new” can only be constructed together: Look up: Recognition-pack! Merry Christmas and happy new year…

December 23, 2010

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“Recognition-pack: If how we perceive is formed by our unique genetic appearance plus our unique mass of experience – we all perceive a very rough picture of “reality”. Why is this? First of all, our unique genetic appearance influences how we prefer to learn and take in and form new experiences: Maybe you prefer to […]

Experience the present and the future – together

October 22, 2010

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How can the present and the future be described to picture the characteristics? In the following story I’ve tried to picture some of the characteristics. “I am driving on the high way and I am driving fast. 150 km per hours. It is dark and the road is only lit by the street lamps posted […]