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.
Development of Leadership and Culture: About logic, collective failure, banalities, Goethe and Shakespeare, experiences of enlightenment, and overdue solutions.
Leadership and Organisational Development: full speed is not always good. About a drive through Downtown, logic, firecrackers, strong levers, dead horses, and a longer life.
Look far ahead: About sweets, an experiment, agony, success in life, temptations in business, suitable education formats, and entry tests for investors.
Internal Cooperation at its best is a competitive advantage: About death by exhaustion, darwinfrogs and dinosaurs, martial art, good advice, and about how extraordinary things happen.
Leadership is needed everywhere: About dynamic equilibrium, magic words, the Nirwana, fear in management, mass sports, and urgent investments.
About digitalisation, mothers, omega 3 fatty acids, contributions that nobody needs, scorched earth, clumsy advertisers, and the late Einstein.