This is where I write, infrequently, about sense and nonsense in the world of managers and consultants, things which occupy my mind, some serious, others funny and frank. The contributions are intended to entertain and to inspire further thoughts about the challenges managers have to face today – and tomorrow.
About questions of meaning, tissue and forced retirement, market mechanisms and a changing time - and it is not about god, even if he is mentioned twice.
The comfort zone as a restricted area, what athletes and musicians need to perform on top level, the basics of breathing, Roger Federer, and what all this has to do with San Francisco - this is what this blog is about. And about the question wheather your company is a smoker or not.
Who is observing, and who is interpreting? About Physics and other disciplines trying to follow suit; and about the question wheather a computer can replace a second person in the room.
About the importance of the good order of things, John Cleese, Governance and a checkpoint for management.
About the common ground of managers and psychotherapists, gut feeling, psychdynamics, and fallacies when it comes to emotions.
About steering, the Titanic, and the risk to fall asleep. The potiential dark side of figures.