In the last weeks there were two contributions on Twitter, which inspired me to this post. Warum gibts so viele #PflichtMeetings ? Wäre es nicht toll, wenn jmd, der was zu erzählen hat, einfach wie im #barcamp in 60 Sekunden seine Session pitcht und die #mitarbeiter #selbstorganisiert entscheiden, zu welchem Thema sie was geben oder lernen wollen? #NewWork — Luise Freese 👑 MVP | 🧞 #ProvisionGenie (@LuiseFreese) March 16, 2018… Read More »“Sparks” – Why there’s no innovation under water
When I kicked off the blogparade What if…? I asked the question: What if there was no competition? Some may have wondered how I came to this question. When my sons first heard about the diesel scandal last year, they asked why there was competition. All the car manufacturers could simply work together to develop and sell a clean car. I explained them what a monopoly is and what disadvantages it brings.… Read More »What if there was no competition?
Before I write to the question “What if there was no competition?”, I have another post on corporate change. The reason for this is the Haufe group, which called for a blog parade on the subject of corporate rebels. They got one of my tweets in the article. Of course, this motivated me to share my experiences as a company pirate. Haufe asks: “Which tools and methods do lateral thinkers… Read More »Sans souci – My recipe for bottom-up change
I’ll tell you the answer later in this post. Let me ask you a different question first: Does your company implement or extend their remote work policy? Mine does and in the last weeks I got to know many others who do the same. Do you work in teams dispersed across the globe? I am part of a growing number of remote teams and globally dispersed networks. Also looking at… Read More »What has remote working to do with ski touring?