- Cargo Cult Change: A Reality Check on Change Management Myths
Change initiatives are based on myths more often than not. Time for a change!
- Why salary discussions do not promote employee motivation and satisfaction – and what actually does
As studies have shown time and again, an increase in salary does not equate an increase in contentment, motivation and performance. Read this post to find out what you can do instead.
- Learning like it’s 2018
Corporate training seems stuck in the 19th century while neuropsychology has already arrived in the twenty-first. High time for reformation!
- Are you too satisfied?
Being too satisfied is a sure way to complacency that hinders growth. Learn how to identify the symptoms and take measures to solve the problem at its root.
- Three Times a Charm – Enlightening Concepts
Introducing our 3 concepts for the future of change management.
- Patterns of Inefficiency – Meeting Paralysis
When a meeting gets stuck mid-way, it’s often difficult to find the reasons why. But it’s even better to stop meetings from getting stuck in the first place. Use our red-and-black alstracon cards – for free.
- Cloverleaf Constraints
Identify and defuse thrust killers that water down project targets. Includes a free download of our proven Cloverleaf Constraints worksheet.
- Watercooler Heroes
Heroes are the standard bearers of your company's culture. Learn how to spot fakesters and support real heros.
- Alignment through EBIT
Establishing alignment on EBIT levels is an often overlooked shortcut to solve conflicts and create productive, happy teams.
- Patterns of Inefficiency – The In-Line Engine
If your meetings are talked to death, this strategy can help you get everything back in order.
- The Omertà Dilemma
Everyone knows that there’s a need to change … but no one dares to talk about it? Learn how to break the silence without breaking your people.
- The Value Loupe
Your peoples’ values determine your project’s value.
- Team-building does not help with conflicting goals!
How to put your resources where change can happen.