We often observe that organizations work on their strategy and organizational structure in separate workstreams. As a result, these two worlds coexist and often do not come together. In this article we explain how the Dynamogram Software can support you in implementing and combining both- a strategy and a structure – successfully.Continue readingHow to successfully combine Strategy and Structure
Today we introduce a new approach to you: “Strategy as Practice”. In this regard, we no longer see strategy as something an organization creates every once in a while, but rather as something that people in an organization do every day. Strategizing replaces Strategy. But what does that mean for your organization?Continue readingStrategy as Practice
Optimization, improvement and constant growth are deeply anchored in our DNA – especially in German culture and even more in business context. Sounds good at first glance. But the message behind: You have to improve, you have to become better, and you are not good enough in the moment. The bizarre part of the story: in most cases you cannot reach the goal – no matter, how hard you work. The result: a permanent running behind with a feeling of insufficiency. Continue readingSuper-Power Mindset: Learn how to develop a healthy leadership mindset that will inspire your people!
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?
The Dynamogram software fosters agile and cross-functional ways of working wherever it is possible and wherever it makes sense. At the same time, it enables classic hierarchical ways of working where they are still useful. The software creates transparency, promotes collaboration, and brings together the people in an organization. The entire organization is visualized at one glance and can be dynamically adapted at any time. Watch here for more detailed insights.Continue readingA tour through the Dynamogram Software
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Today we are going to complete our little series on “good strategies”. In the past weeks, we talked about FOCUS and DYNAMICS as key elements of a thorough Corporate Strategy development process. Today we will have a look at AMBITION as the third element. So, what would be an ambitious strategy? Let’s find out! Continue readingSTRATEGY PROCESSES KEY LEARNINGS (3/3) – AMBITION
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We already talked about FOCUS as one key element of good strategies. Today we are going to continue our little series and have a look at DYNAMICS as second key element of a thorough Corporate Strategy development process. In a VUCA world, good strategies need to be highly adaptable to a fast changing environment. But what does that practically mean? Let´s have a look!Continue readingSTRATEGY PROCESSES KEY LEARNINGS (2/3) – DYNAMICS
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
What makes your corporate strategy a good strategy? In our work we found, despite all individual differences, three elements: focus, dynamics and ambition. Today´s video talks about the first element.Continue readingSTRATEGY PROCESSES KEY LEARNINGS (1/3) – FOCUS
In a world that is becoming more and more complex, entrepreneurial decision making is much more difficult than it used to be in the past. In times of constant change, wrong decisions can and do happen. It is the reluctancy to course correct decisions that often leads to high investments into projects that are already dead. In this weeks companion channel, we will shed some light at this phenomenon which is known as the sunk cost fallacyContinue readingA key barrier to change: SUNK COSTS