Category Archives: Management

On wolves and rivers

Ecosystem is a word that recently found its way in business. However, I rarely hear someone who actually understands what it means and its power. This to say, right now the word would not be out of place in a

On wolves and rivers

Ecosystem is a word that recently found its way in business. However, I rarely hear someone who actually understands what it means and its power. This to say, right now the word would not be out of place in a

Slow communication – My personal favorites

In October I wrote a post on slow communication. Today I’d like to share with you some of my favorite blogs and podcasts where people still take the time to explore their subjects in detail: Blogs: Zeronaut: This dutch blog

Slow communication – My personal favorites

In October I wrote a post on slow communication. Today I’d like to share with you some of my favorite blogs and podcasts where people still take the time to explore their subjects in detail: Blogs: Zeronaut: This dutch blog

creative environments

John Cleese probably isn’t the best person to take advice from for every aspect of your HR-department (hiring people for example): But in a talk about creativity he gave back in 1991, John Cleese gives an extremely interesting insight in

creative environments

John Cleese probably isn’t the best person to take advice from for every aspect of your HR-department (hiring people for example): But in a talk about creativity he gave back in 1991, John Cleese gives an extremely interesting insight in

Focussing on culture – Zappos case study

A few weeks back I wrote the post ‘It ain’t what you do (it’s the way that you do it)‘. In this post I state that a focus on business model and company culture is more important than the product

Focussing on culture – Zappos case study

A few weeks back I wrote the post ‘It ain’t what you do (it’s the way that you do it)‘. In this post I state that a focus on business model and company culture is more important than the product

Nomadic leaders, the new global elite?

I heard this interview on nomadic leaders via the podcast of Harvard Business Review, and I think you should listen it (audio-file embedded on this page). I wanted to share this extremely interesting quote from the interview that describes what

Nomadic leaders, the new global elite?

I heard this interview on nomadic leaders via the podcast of Harvard Business Review, and I think you should listen it (audio-file embedded on this page). I wanted to share this extremely interesting quote from the interview that describes what

The role of children and young people in sustainable entrepreneurship

When we’re talking about sustainability, we’re talking about future generations. We’re talking about the future of our kids, of the children growing up in a world where material scarcity is an everyday challenge. In a way you can say that

The role of children and young people in sustainable entrepreneurship

When we’re talking about sustainability, we’re talking about future generations. We’re talking about the future of our kids, of the children growing up in a world where material scarcity is an everyday challenge. In a way you can say that

Rethinking the concept of work

Last week I’ve read, saw and heard several very interesting things on what work is and why we are working the way we are working. I want to share with you 4 posts that go from re-imagining work over how

Rethinking the concept of work

Last week I’ve read, saw and heard several very interesting things on what work is and why we are working the way we are working. I want to share with you 4 posts that go from re-imagining work over how