Human Aspects · 24. April 2019
Motivation determines the direction, the intensity and the duration of our action. If we do not understand our motivational factors, we lose the humans during the transformation process.

Organisational Design · 15. April 2019
During times like these, during many transformation processes these days, we are experiencing the desire to agilely structure our business models. The digitalisation is also speeding up this process. Are there alternatives in this regard?

Change Management · 09. April 2019
A recently-published HBR paper stated that almost 70% of all digital transformation initiatives do not reach their goals. What’s going wrong in our digital transformation processes? What are the lessons learned from these examples?

Human Aspects · 05. March 2019
Appreciation creates successful experiences and yet we all too rarely experience appropriate appreciation during everyday business life. Appreciation and praise are essential elements in the management of employees. What can we learn in this regard from neurology?

Change Management · 25. February 2019
Our status is of central importance to us. We often define ourselves all too much based upon our social status. However, during change processes, precisely this social status is put at risk. What can we thus learn from Maslow in order to keep persons motivated during the change process?

Change Management · 17. February 2019
Agility is “in”, but does it also bring us new ideas in change management? Oliver Kohne und Doris Wieser recently systematically analyzed the concept of agile change management.

Human Aspects · 09. February 2019
While we were just dealing with Generation Y and trying to understand it, the next generation was already right before us. The future belongs to Generation Z and it is different. Let’s get ready and let’s begin to understand it!

Change Management · 28. January 2019
“Remain objective” is a frequently-used phrase in heated discussions in today’s everyday business life. But don’t emotions also bring us insights?

Human Aspects · 12. January 2019
... and not that generations wouldn’t have previously tried this, but these days this appears to be accepted. Thus, “Generation Z” is different: It doesn’t just say “no”, but its “no” has consequences. We should analyze these consequences even more.

Change Management · 02. January 2019
Whenever we change organizations, we need a change dynamic which can be generated only through an instability within the system. During times of stability, we always do the same thing–display conduct according to defined rules. And precisely these rules need to be broken!

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