In a decision-making context it’s best to think about anomalies as windows to the truth: windows always offer us a view to something much larger; and…
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A guy I know positions himself as somebody who almost never had a job other than a CEO. Fresh out of university his first job had been VP, but four…
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Sushi again?? About becoming part of a large corporation - reflection podcast #20Listen now (58 min) | After being bought by Google, WAZE (gps-navigation software for iPhone and Android) was granted autonomy and the team largely was…
Authenticity - reflection podcast #19Listen now (100 min) | In this podcast, László has a conversation with our guest and friend, writer and communication adviser Zsolt Mohácsi. This…
Communities - reflection podcast #18Listen now (83 min) | In this podcast we have a conversation around communities: what is community and why do we need it in companies? Tune in and…
The difference between what’s mine and what I claim to be mine may be quite significant. Smartphones, cars, homes: a little investigation reveals at…
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Common to all players is a fundamentally quantitative value system that manifests itself as a fanatic drive to grow; a mechanical modus operandi that…
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Home office vs. office work – at its core – is not a technical question. The real issue is communities vs. transactional teams; both of these may be…
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Image: Salvatore Garau, an Italian "artist" who became a celebrity by selling an invisible picture for $18,000. Obvious analogies from the business…
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Everything that exists is hierarchically organized. This is evident. In fact, hierarchy, in the original sense of the word, meaning divine order…
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Perhaps there’s nothing that fascinates post-modern man more than success. Why this is or how it came to be so is not interesting for us this time – I…
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The secret to Mona Lisa’s smile is about proportions. Only Leonardo da Vinci could have achieved (if asked) the same effect on a smaller or a larger…
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