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Five steps to building trust

Last week in our Meetup on Growing Adaptive Organizations we had a very interesting topic: Leadership for Trust i.e. what aspects of leadership are important for building trust.

I present a small part of the discussion here.

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infinite games

Infinite Games

Simon Sinek comes from game theory to a description of business that has a direct impact on management and leadership.

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Good to Great

Good to Great

In the last six months I’ve come across Good to Great and a couple of other books, each of which are very interesting on their

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Boost or backlash – what Corona does with agility

Agility aims to increase the flexibility of a company. If so, one would expect that now would be the hour of the agilists. But it doesn’t, at least not consistently.
In several companies I notice that a completely different wind is blowing right now. Back to command and control, announcements, the very old number. This seems rather paradoxical to me at first and I am looking for an explanation.

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Flow or silo – the structure of an organization

Most organizations talk first about the organizational structure or hierarchy and structural units or silos. The most important goal here is efficiency and resource utilization.
In addition, the opportunity costs, especially the costs of missed opportunities, are often underestimated.

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Shareholder or stakeholder value

The Business Round Table has developed a more sustainable view of the purpose of organizations and emphasizes a more comprehensive view of several different stakeholders.

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The book Agile

The DACH30 working group is an association of agile coaches and change agents from large companies in D-A-CH. In this working group there are intensive discussions about a common understanding – in this context the “Book of Agile” was developed. It describes a common basic understanding about agility.

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