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Essenties van verandermanagement 2

Essenties van verandermanagement 2 | Leadership and change | Scoop.it
“ Veranderen voelt vaak als fietsen in mul zand. Zwetend en puffend komt de verandering maar al te vaak tot stilstand, terwijl er hard aan wordt getrokken. De verandering blijft hangen, de veranderdoelen worden niet bereikt of blijken niet geborgd. Juist omdat het zo vaak mislukt zijn veranderkundigen op zoek naar het ‘succesrecept’. Wat zijn de slaa...”
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‘Onderbenutting HNW ligt aan de manager’

‘Onderbenutting HNW ligt aan de manager’ | Leadership and change | Scoop.it
“ Theo Rinsema maakte Het Nieuwe Werken gemeengoed. Hoe kijkt de oud-Microsoft-ceo terug op de arbeidsrevolutie die hij mede ontketende?”
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Essenties van verandermanagement; omgaan met maakbaarheid en emoties. Betekenisgeving essentieel, maar de ontvanger bepaalt de betekenis

Essenties van verandermanagement; omgaan met maakbaarheid en emoties. Betekenisgeving essentieel, maar de ontvanger bepaalt de betekenis | Leadership and change | Scoop.it
“ Veranderen voelt vaak als fietsen in mul zand. Zwetend en puffend komt de verandering maar al te vaak tot stilstand, terwijl er hard aan wordt getrokken. De verandering blijft hangen, de veranderdoelen worden niet bereikt of blijken niet geborgd. Juist omdat het zo vaak mislukt zijn veranderkundigen op zoek naar het ‘succesrecept’. Wat zijn de slaa...”
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Be aware of knowledge hidden in a few heads and give incentives to stimulate sharing!

Be aware of knowledge hidden in a few heads and give incentives to stimulate sharing! | Leadership and change | Scoop.it
“ One problem companies of all sizes are grappling with is the issue of people who know stuff not sharing stuff with the rest of the company. There are several reasons for people to get into "i-do-not”
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Vimal Rai's curator insight, May 29, 2014 2:21 AM

A common problem in many organisations and groups. Have you recognised it and what have you done to overcome it?

JASON CAVNESS's curator insight, May 30, 2014 11:33 PM

People who hold all the knowledge to themselves don't realize the longterm damage they are doing  to the  organization.

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Look out for a place where only the bosses have offices...

Look out for a place where only the bosses have offices... | Leadership and change | Scoop.it
“ This article is by Shane Atchison, the global chief executive of Possible, a digital global advertising agency (Twitter: @shanePOSSIBLE). Looking for a job? It always surprises me how few people interviewing at my company ask about our culture. But they should. Over the last several months, we’ve all seen two cultural [...]”
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What traits make people and companies successfull

What traits make people and companies successfull | Leadership and change | Scoop.it

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Quote of the day: "What You Allow Is What Will Continue." Elizabeth Gilbert

Quote of the day: "What You Allow Is What Will Continue." Elizabeth Gilbert | Leadership and change | Scoop.it
“ Quote of the day: WHAT YOU ALLOW IS WHAT WILL CONTINUE. Dear Everyone — This sentiment is true at the global level, at the political level, at the historic”
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Very relevant in a process of organizational change!
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Why organisational change can be difficult

Why organisational change can be difficult | Leadership and change | Scoop.it
“ Organisational change from a Darwinian perspective”
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Werknemer moet zelf aan het roer gaan staan in functie van duurzame inzetbaarheid

Werknemer moet zelf aan het roer gaan staan in functie van duurzame inzetbaarheid | Leadership and change | Scoop.it
“ Sinds gisteren is de website ‘Neem jij initiatief op je werk?’ in de lucht. De site biedt tips en adviezen aan werknemers om hun duurzame inzetbaarheid te vergroten.”
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Verandermanagement; maakbaarheid, gedrag en betekenisgeving. Betekenis is niet op te leggen

Verandermanagement; maakbaarheid, gedrag en betekenisgeving. Betekenis is niet op te leggen | Leadership and change | Scoop.it
“ Veranderen voelt vaak als fietsen in mul zand. Zwetend en puffend komt de verandering maar al te vaak tot stilstand, terwijl er hard aan wordt getrokken. De verandering blijft hangen, de veranderdoelen worden niet bereikt of blijken niet geborgd. Juist omdat het zo vaak mislukt zijn veranderkundigen op zoek naar het ‘succesrecept’. Wat zijn de slaa...”
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Els Snels's curator insight, February 20, 2014 6:03 AM

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Sturen op verantwoordelijkheid, verplatting in organisaties, anders samenwerken.. allemaal niet te stoppen

Sturen op verantwoordelijkheid, verplatting in organisaties, anders samenwerken.. allemaal niet te stoppen | Leadership and change | Scoop.it
“ Een nieuwe hype die weer weg zal ebben? Ik denk het niet. Het toenemend aantal voorbeelden spreekt duidelijke taal. Zijn we er klaar voor? Dat betwijfel ik.”
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25 Fascinating Charts Of Negotiation Styles Around The World

25 Fascinating Charts Of Negotiation Styles Around The World | Leadership and change | Scoop.it
Language is only the most obvious part of the global communication gap. Different cultures also have distinct approaches to communication during meetings,...
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Organizational learning in the network area.

A collection of articles, slideshares and videos to get you up to speed on holacracies.
Via AlGonzalezinfo, Kenneth Mikkelsen, Stepped Leader
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AlGonzalezinfo's curator insight, January 5, 2014 2:55 PM

Wonderful collection by Knowledge Broker Kenneth Mikkelsen on an very interesting concept Zappos and other forward thinking companies are implementing. 

 

From one of the articles:

 

At its core, a holacracy aims to organize a company around the work that needs to be done instead of around the people who do it. As a result, employees do not have job titles.


They are typically assigned to several roles that have explicit expectations.


Rather than working on a single team, employees are usually part of multiple circles that each perform certain functions.


In addition, there are no managers in the classically defined sense. Instead, there are people known as “lead links” who have the ability to assign employees to roles or remove them from them, but who are not in a position to actually tell people what to do.


Decisions about what each role entails and how various teams should function are instead made by a governing process of people from each circle. Bunch does note, however, that at Zappos the broadest circles can to some extent tell sub-groups what they’re accountable for doing.

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Building a High-Trust Culture starts with (personal) integrity

Building a High-Trust Culture starts with (personal) integrity | Leadership and change | Scoop.it

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The Top Six Leadership Behaviours - Invoke Results

The Top Six Leadership Behaviours - Invoke Results | Leadership and change | Scoop.it
“ What are the leadership behaviours that have been proven to enhance performance and retain talent? The Full Range Leadership model (Bass & Avolio) has the answers.”
Via Dr. Susan Bainbridge, Stepped Leader
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interesting model. How to get from reaction, monitoring and fire fighting to real impact.
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25 Inspirational Quotes From Great Personal Development Authors

25 Inspirational Quotes From Great Personal Development Authors | Leadership and change | Scoop.it
“ Here are some of the top personal development books and extracted the top personal development quotes that we found to be the most inspirational. We hope you enjoy these amazing personal development quotes.”
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