Category Archives: thrivability

Change in turbulent times

Meg Wheatley says that we can’t be creative if we refuse to be confused, that change always start with confusion. Unfortunately, confusion is a huge challenge for leaders;  clarity trumps complexity every time, even if you are clearly wrong. Most of the current leaders were born and raised in

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The Art of Simplexity

Are you tired of dealing with complexity? Every day, more and more people realize how difficult it is to deal with it. You may call it VUCA (what my colleagues and I from the Socio-Technical Systems – Design Roundtable call iVUCA) or maybe you don’t have a word

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Escaping ineffective teams or how to help your team thrive

One of the problems organizations often have, is how ineffective a team could become. Effectiveness is the result of leadership, organization design and teamwork. Often, teams become ineffective when they spend more time arguing with each other, looking for someone to blame or covering their butts, than working towards

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