How to get a clear picture of what you want to be in 10 years? Where do you want to stand in terms of career, family, health etc. And then: How to develop habits to follow that plan. Take a look at what we have achieved and learned so far using lifestyling.
Some say, starting something new is easy. Finishing is hard. But is that really true? How easy is it to start something that you know nothing about? How easy it is to start something that others are good in already?
Remind oneself about your own power to change and take life in your own hands every once in a while
In every healthy Organisation there are situations where new people join a team. How do you bring these people on board? Which effect does that have on a team’s culture?
What a trip to Bavaria! Exploring the limits of digital Germany and meeting role models for hospitality
Corona and the New Normal make it more mainstream to work remote – from everywhere. Here is our experience how to combine that with vacation.
Every month we collect hundreds of links and articles that are inspiring, spawning our curiosity or simply beautiful to read. Here are the links of calendar week 34 in August 2020. How Biases Distort Our Beliefs (In The Workplace)A beautiful, long article on the different types of biases out there, how they are able to […]
Think about… pronouns in our blog. To all of us ‚he’ and ‚she’ sound familiar. But they do exclude non-binary people . How do I want to address people in our blog? And why is this important to me?
Being curious is an important trigger for innovation, if you are curious you tend to explore the world, seek for new opportunities, new solutions. A great prerequisite for innovation also in organizations. But being curious alone is no guarantee for innovation. The curious minds amongst us need an environment where curiosity is valued and encouraged. The most important precondition for such an environment is a feeling of psychological safety.
Even 20 years after the introduction of the agile manifest and many proven implementations, agile transformations still fail. Lets have a look at the reasons while reflecting on an article by Jeff Sutherland.