Category Archives: Sustainable organisation tools

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

It ain’t what you do (it’s the way that you do it)

People always look a bit shocked when I tell them I’m not interested in what they’re offering, the specs, how it stacks up to the competition, if and how they reduced toxic materials, energy use or production impact. I simply

It ain’t what you do (it’s the way that you do it)

People always look a bit shocked when I tell them I’m not interested in what they’re offering, the specs, how it stacks up to the competition, if and how they reduced toxic materials, energy use or production impact. I simply

Moving from a resume to a portfolio

In a post I wrote earlier, I already stated that resumes are not as important as the cover letter that accompanies them. Resumes are overviews of where you worked, how long and what your job title is. And even though

Moving from a resume to a portfolio

In a post I wrote earlier, I already stated that resumes are not as important as the cover letter that accompanies them. Resumes are overviews of where you worked, how long and what your job title is. And even though

Mission statements (are useless)

When talking to a board about the relevance of sustainability in their everyday practices, a reply I often get is: “We’re already thinking about/working with sustainability, we’ve added it to our mission statement”. If you feel like you need a

Mission statements (are useless)

When talking to a board about the relevance of sustainability in their everyday practices, a reply I often get is: “We’re already thinking about/working with sustainability, we’ve added it to our mission statement”. If you feel like you need a

Open-X: Open innovation in a business context

There’s a lot going on about open source, open innovation, collaboration, transparency,… But what is open? How can you create an open business-system that is still economically viable? What do you have to open-up? The Open-x Roadmap, a tool created by

Open-X: Open innovation in a business context

There’s a lot going on about open source, open innovation, collaboration, transparency,… But what is open? How can you create an open business-system that is still economically viable? What do you have to open-up? The Open-x Roadmap, a tool created by

Change-management: Six change approaches

Change management is very often used with a wrong mindset. The company is compared with a ship. The larger the company, the slower the ship and the longer it takes to make a turn. The problem with this metaphor is

Change-management: Six change approaches

Change management is very often used with a wrong mindset. The company is compared with a ship. The larger the company, the slower the ship and the longer it takes to make a turn. The problem with this metaphor is

Serendipity: Apparent Coincidence

I’ve discussed the difference between a boss and a leader before in a post before, in todays post I’ll zoom in a bit deeper on leadership (or management) styles. First I’ll explain a model called the leadership continuum, later I’ll

Serendipity: Apparent Coincidence

I’ve discussed the difference between a boss and a leader before in a post before, in todays post I’ll zoom in a bit deeper on leadership (or management) styles. First I’ll explain a model called the leadership continuum, later I’ll