Inspiring book whether you are a leader driven by co-elevation always seeking for more solutions to reinvent your organization or an employee willing to reassure yourself if you don’t feel happy within your current position. A subtil mix between theory and concrete examples. ADAPT TO EVOLVE As I described in a previous post, the environment is continuously evolving, so adaptability might be beneficial for your organization. This book is excellent for those looking for co-elevation, i.e. to leverage diversity and include everyone in the scary and exciting life of their company. The bookLire la suite “REINVENTING YOUR ORGANIZATION”
Original publication: April 18th, 2021 Last Friday, I learned through a press release that the Head of GSK Vaccines Research & Development left the company to join another biotech. It reminded me of my 8 years of good and bad times there. That time was my driving force to further explore organizational models & systemicLire la suite “THE CRITERIA FOR A SUCCESSFUL ORGANIZATION”
An inspiring and exciting book that provides a roadmap for transforming our organizations into teams of teams, thereby increasing adaptability and results.
In his book “Good to great”, Jim COLLINS presents his results of a 5-year study on what differentiates 11 excellent companies from their direct and indirect competitors. I share some of his findings in this article. Former Stanford business professor Jim COLLINS now runs his own management research lab where he conducts large-scale research projects.Lire la suite “GOOD TO GREAT”
There are overall two types of problematic companies regarding Quality Assurance. These that do not do enough, and those that do too much (the former tending to evolve towards the latter). These two dark sides have a cost in terms of productivity, income and employee engagement. In this post, I am sharing how a systemicLire la suite “DARK SIDES OF QUALITY ASSURANCE”