No. 28: Formal or informal modes of address: a front for other issues?

“Groundhog Day”, I think when the same discussion reemerges in a company after being dormant for almost 1.5 years. Of course, it’s not really daily.  But déjà-vu nevertheless.   This issue is a recurrent conflict and emotive discussion about who should be addressed...

No. 22: Clinging to the Old – Why (Your Own) Change Is So Hard! 

It’s always intriguing. Have you ever thought it must be clear, yes, it must be so simple to see what needs to change in your organization… but you can’t work out where to start? Or do you see how almost everyone moans and complains about the current situation...

No. 17: Trail & Error Don’t Hurt

One area that will seemingly never be irrelevant in organizations is error culture, or error management, which are often used synonymously¹. On one hand, you can now find information en masse about this topic, and plenty of intelligent studies and guides on how to...