Category: Culture

Management Debt and Organizational Entropy

How the Hard Facts of the Workplace Shape Every One of Us

Going Native: The Best Way to Link Traditional​ Companies and Start-ups

Big Companies find it difficult to deal with internal Startups or Innovations Centers. Here is some guidance.

A new Ideology of Management – part II

The leap towards a new set of normative beliefs and values, a new Ideology of Management, that is in stark contrast to existing management practices requires much faith and conviction to initiate and sustain. Who […]

Bring it on! The 2016+ Challenge

2016 was a very special year in so many aspects. Trump, Brexit, Terror, Wars & Refugee’s, the resurgence of authoritarian leaders, Zero Interest Economics, the beginning of the post-factual age etc. All these effects and causes […]

Hiring like a Pro: Lessons from Google

How would HR look like if bright engineers where to design it from scratch? Google scrutinized every conventional business wisdom and came up with  a data driven, tested and continuously improved new way to hire. Hiring is the […]

Good Managers – Good Teams: Lessons from Google

Is management important to a organisations success? How much hierarchical power is helpful? Where is the tipping point where too much power becomes detrimental to an organisations success? Let’s take a look what Google Inc. has found out.

What Google Inc. has to teach about Management

Larry Page and Sergey Brin took a look at management theory and were not impressed: Too much hearsay, too little data. There’s got to be a better way to manage companies. So google made their own rules. […]