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I am not your guru!

I am not your guru!

In the documentary, I Am Not Your Guru, released in 2016, Performance coach Tony Robbins proposes an interesting exercise. Imagine your life in the near future. If everything goes well in three years, how much will you make a year? Don’t read further until you have the figures. When you get the amount, multiply it …

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The Podcast Experiment

The Podcast Experiment

I tried a new experiment last month! I recorded a few podcast episodes: The first one answers one important question: “How to form a team?” I recorded it with Valentin Yonchev and Matt Takane from the Red Hat Open Innovation Labs. The second one is a celebration of the availability of Changing Your Team From …

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Do cultural differences influence the adoption of agile?

Do cultural differences influence the adoption of agile?

In today’s episode, Jérôme Bourgeon and I will explore the question of cultural differences and their influence on the adoption of agile. Spoiler, we don’t think that cultural differences are the real problem. Jérôme is an agile coach with Zenika. He is based in Singapore. Together we discussed: build trust take a different amount of …

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How to create great goals?

How to create great goals?

In today’s episode, I will answer one questions I have been asked several times over the past weeks: How to create great goals? And more specifically, how to create great goals using the OKRs approach. OKRs stands for Objectives and Key Results. In the episode, I used a simple example and the Impact Mapping approach, …

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Celbrating the audiobook with Michael Reid

Celbrating the audiobook with Michael Reid

In today’s episode, we celebrated with Michael Reid, the narrator, the availability of the audiobook edition of Changing Your Team From The Inside. Among other topics, we discussed the importance of: making the work visible, invest time to play learning games, buidling lasting relationship, and clarify the goals of the team. We concluded on the …

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The Audiobook is available!

The Audiobook is available!

In addition to electronic, paperback, hardcover, and team edition, Changing Your Team From The Inside is now available as an audiobook! Michael Ried did an excellent job in narrating the book. I was even caught listening to him forgetting that I was on a review mission 🙂 The book is available on the platform you …

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How to form a team?

How to form a team?

Today I had the chance to sit with Valentin Yonchev and Matt Takane from the Red Hat Open Innovation Labs. Wanting to benefit from their vast experience of building cross-functional teams, I asked them a question: How to form a team? This episode of the podcast is their answers to that question. You will find …

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The Breakfast Huddle on Innovation Fatigue

The Breakfast Huddle on Innovation Fatigue

While I was travelling to Singapore, I have been invited to discuss innovation with Eliott Danker on MoneyFM. Thanks to Eliott interviewing talent, we touched on a lot of different aspects: Innovation fatigue Sustainability Burnout Innovation and customer experience Team organization preventing people to innovate Inclusivity of different perspectives Management of talented individual Manager role …

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Theory X and Theory Y

Theory X and Theory Y

I had the great pleasure to deliver the closing keynote of Voxxed Days Singapore. During the talk, Going Open, I introduced Douglas McGregor theories on human motivation and management that he developed at the MIT Sloan School of Management  in 1957. The assumption in Theory X is that workers are lazy; they dislike and don’t …

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