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Change: „Leading edge?“: Erfahrungen mit einer erfolgreichen amerikanischen Mutter

Change: „Leading edge?“: Erfahrungen mit einer erfolgreichen amerikanischen Mutter | Change | Scoop.it
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(Interview aus: "Change Management aktiv gestalten - Personalmanager als Architekten des Wandels", 2. Auflage 2013, Martin Claßen)

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You Don’t Find Your Purpose — You Build It

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"In achieving professional purpose, most of us have to focus as much on making our work meaningful as in taking meaning from it. Put differently, purpose is a thing you build, not a thing you find." 
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Why the automotive industry is all of us | Nexxworks

Why the automotive industry is all of us | Nexxworks | Change | Scoop.it
In a few weeks, we are taking a group of innovation-hungry C-levels to the future of mobility in Silicon Valley. At first glance, it’s not an industry I would
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Exklusiv – Buchausauszug „Das demokratische Unternehmen“ von Thomas Sattelberger | Management-Blog

Exklusiv – Buchausauszug „Das demokratische Unternehmen“ von Thomas Sattelberger | Management-Blog | Change | Scoop.it
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Mehr Demokratie im Unternehmen wagen. 
Möglicher und näher in Zeiten der Digitalisierung (leichtere Möglichkeit der Entscheidungseinbindung von Mitarbeitern ohne grossen Zeitverlust auf sozialen Plattformen - Modernisierung eines deutschen Mitbestimmungsmodells - ein Betriebsrat mit einem "Business Mind" als Player und Erzieher einer zuvor autokratischen Geschäftsführung)
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Online-Kommunikation: Das neue Normal

Online-Kommunikation: Das neue Normal | Change | Scoop.it
Permanent online, permanent verbunden – für viele ist Handyabstinenz schon heute die Ausnahme. Welche Folgen das für unseren sozialen Umgang miteinander hat, erforschen Peter Vorderer und Christoph Klimmt.
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....und woher kommt auf Dauer dann die "Schwarmintelligenz"? Schwarmhysterie. Schwarmblödheit. Schwarmhybris....?

Great tool - use it wisely.

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Philosophie – Das gute Leben

Philosophie – Das gute Leben | Change | Scoop.it
Geht es um Wohlfühlen und Sicherheit? Oder um Ethik und Moral? Unsere Gegenwart scheitert daran, einen Konsens über das Gute zu finden. Dabei gab es den schon lange. Allerdings nicht im Baumarkt.
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Ästhetik der Existenz
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How Great Coaches Ask, Listen, and Empathize

How Great Coaches Ask, Listen, and Empathize | Change | Scoop.it
Leadership doesn’t mean having all the answers.
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Ten Stupid Rules That Drive Great Employees Away

Ten Stupid Rules That Drive Great Employees Away | Change | Scoop.it
We met a guy named Vijay at a conference where he and I were speaking. About six months later, we heard from him."So I wanted to let you know, I'm out of here," said Vijay on the phone."What's the
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Top 10 TED Talks for Entrepreneurs in 2014

Bill Gates, Edward Snowden, Larry Page, and the inventor of the World Wide Web converged on the year's hottest topics.
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Sink Or Swim: A Tidal Wave Of Tech Is Shaping HR

Sink Or Swim: A Tidal Wave Of Tech Is Shaping HR | Change | Scoop.it

1.  Talent And HR Analytics: Companies need to know how their recruiting efforts and HR departments are performing.  Talent and HR analytic tools can help companies identify best practices and stay up- to-date of trends within their workforce, including hiring practices.  In particular, Talent and HR Analytics can organize and sift through data in ways that help leaders identify the challenges and opportunities their organizations face.  Today, more than ever, HR departments need analytic tools that can help them with the candidate selection process and retention process, or they will quickly lose the most innovative and tech-savvy talent prospects to their competitors and a vicious downward spiral will ensue.


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Umfrage: Manager halten deutsche Führungskultur für überholt

Umfrage: Manager halten deutsche Führungskultur für überholt | Change | Scoop.it
Der veraltete Führungsstil in deutschen Firmen gefährdet den Wirtschaftsstandort, warnen Manager. Sich selbst empfinden viele als Gefangene in einem ungeliebten System.
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The Question If You’re in a Bad HR Organization: When Is it Time to Go?

The Question If You’re in a Bad HR Organization: When Is it Time to Go? | Change | Scoop.it
I have encountered numerous HR professionals recently musing about the difficulty of doing their profession in an organization that could care less. They read, they discuss where HR is …
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The secret to any person’s career is to know when it is time to go. I believe it is time to go when your aspirations and direction does not synch with what your organization is doing.

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Why we need creative confidence |

Why we need creative confidence | | Change | Scoop.it
IDEO founder and Stanford professor David Kelley explains the need to unleash creativity within everyone.
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"In any organization, people are fixed in their ways. They’re all good people, all well-meaning — and they have habits. They know if they just stick to these habits then things’ll come out… medium. This is what we call the fear of being judged. People don’t want to step out and say ‘let’s do this new thing.’"
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10 Ways You’re Making Your Life Harder Than It Has To Be

10 Ways You’re Making Your Life Harder Than It Has To Be | Change | Scoop.it
Two words: Live boldly. Every single time you are offered a choice that involves greater risk, take it. You will lose on many of them but when you add them up at the end of your life you’ll be glad…
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Let Your Workers Rebel

Employee engagement is a problem. To fix it, encourage your workers to break rules and be themselves. We’ll show you who does it right and how you can too.
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Innovation needs space and freedom - Kreativität kann man nicht verordnen
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The Importance of Breaking Free of ... Yourself

The Importance of Breaking Free of ... Yourself | Change | Scoop.it
By Michael Puett and Christine Gross-Loh  We know countless students who entered college thinking, “I’m going to figure out who I am, and then make my life plan, and hopefully have an impact on the
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Beijing residents watch sunrise on giant commercial screens

Beijing residents watch sunrise on giant commercial screens | Change | Scoop.it
The smog has become so thick in Beijing that the city's natural light-starved masses have begun flocking to huge digital commercial television screens across the city to observe virtual sunrises.
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Time to change.

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3 Ways Effective Leaders Navigate Change

3 Ways Effective Leaders Navigate Change | Change | Scoop.it
Change is inevitable, but growth is optional. We know it is coming but find it hard to embrace. Elevate your leadership with these three simple steps to manage change
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Laura Richards's curator insight, March 1, 2015 7:15 PM

"without continued growth and development, words such as improvement , achievement and success have little meaning"  as once said by Benjamin Franklin and so true...

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A Company’s Good Deeds Can Energize Employees

A Company’s Good Deeds Can Energize Employees | Change | Scoop.it
Two examples of iconic companies acting with purpose.
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Simple Acts That Build Your Leadership Presence

Simple Acts That Build Your Leadership Presence | Change | Scoop.it
Nobody is born a leader, but the traits that we associate with big-picture vision can be built over time in small ways.
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One Of Norway's Top Female Execs On Not Taking No For An Answer

One Of Norway's Top Female Execs On Not Taking No For An Answer | Change | Scoop.it
The CEO of Innovation Norway shares how she learned not to let others define the limits of her success.
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Leading Change: Why Transformation Efforts Fail

Leading Change: Why Transformation Efforts Fail | Change | Scoop.it

Leaders who successfully transform businesses do eight things right (and they do them in the right order).

John Kotter's classic on leading change, unlocked for the weekend

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A classic

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8 Different Ways to Get Great Ideas

8 Different Ways to Get Great Ideas | Change | Scoop.it
We asked eight innovative Stanford GSB alumni entrepreneurs including Kiva’s Jessica Jackley (MBA ’07) and Design Within Reach’s Rob Forbes (MBA ’85) to shed light on how they come up with their best ideas. From collaborating with others, to observing consumer behavior, to taking naps, read tips for boosting your creativity:


1. “Interrupt the logical mind and allow space to daydream” “What inspires me is beauty and the human desire and capacity to create it. I listen to Glen Gould’s piano pieces or other acoustic music in the morning. My best ideas come randomly. I take naps and steam baths. You need to interrupt the logical mind and allow space to daydream. Einstein said the theory of relativity came to him when he was riding a bike. The best ideas will not come from slamming three espressos and grinding it out, but rather at weird moments: in the middle of the night, when you are traveling on a train, when you are receptive to oblique inspiration and the suspension of disbelief. Zen teachers refer to this as ‘the beginner’s mind, where possibilities are many.’ We are all too finely tuned. Our mind uses us more than we use our mind.”


— Rob Forbes (MBA ’85), Founder of Design Within Reach and PUBLIC Bikes Read the full interview


2. Listen and reflect
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