It’s like sports: talent alone is not enough to be successful. Through a very personal story, you will learn today what body tension is all about and why body tension can also be observed in everyday business life as a key success factor.Continue readingDOES YOUR TEAM HAVE THE NECESSARY BODY TENSION?
Amundsen and Scott raced against each other in 1911/12 to South Pole. They choosed two contrary strategies, tactics and leadership styles to be the first one at the pole: extreme versus balanced leadership. Immerse yourself in two completely different paths to one goal: making the impossible possible.
We wish you all a merry christmas and a healthy, fulfilling and lucky new year!Continue readingExtreme leadership versus balanced leadership
Aren´t we used to it? At least every 10 to 15 years we see these big fusses in management practice again: Total Quality Management in the 80s, Lean & Kaizen in the 90s, Process Management & ISO Certificates in 2000s and now it´s all about Agility. Agility has also reached project management and is often used as an “excuse” to disregard important fundamentals of classical project management, which are ultimately critical to the success of a project. Keep reading, if you want to lead projects successfully…Continue readingHow (fr)agile we are! A laudation for (classical) project management
It is no secret that strategic initiatives in companies are often subject of failure. In many cases, companies overinvest in what is as opposed to what might be. The struggle to execute strategy declarations into everyday business leads to poor outcomes and strategic goals might not be accomplished. What can you as a leader in your organzation do in order to overcome weaknesses in strategy implementation? Here are some straight forward and easy to implement tips.Continue readingWeak in execution? How to get things done in strategy implementation