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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 […]

Leaders must be professional navigators

June 5, 2012

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Leaders/managers must also be competent professionals and able to navigate at their specific level in the organization; they must know the unspoken and spoken rules on how to behave and communicate between other power persons (leaders) to be able to achieve the needed results/goals. Often this competence is not mentioned among the present theory about […]

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 […]

The overall message

May 21, 2010

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The Overall message and the three supporting positions in this figure: We are all connected massively. The number of connections increasing constantly. Through these connections we receive loads of data. The amount of data increasing constantly. The data has a limited time of use. New data are constructed constantly. As a single person or a […]

It is not about avoid thinking…

May 16, 2010

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It is not about avoiding thinking and just waiting for someone else to present the solution. But this is often the case when you look at employees and managers participating in briefings where an expensive consultant present the solution. And this trend can also be observed when the manager presents his plan to the employees. […]

Model: Collaborative Man® – first shot…

February 15, 2010

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To support the model I’ve produced a model of the cooperative work that most people a familiar with. If you look up the blog post before your might get another supporting look at the differences between collaborative and cooperative work. Model: Collaborative Man® as collaborative work… Versus cooperative work – a model: Supporting text will […]