Otto Laske is coming to Belgium on January 18th. Together with Jan De Visch he facilitates a meeting-of-minds around the Future of Work. If you want to stretch your own thinking, gain a whole range of new ideas (as […]
We launched our book Dynamic Collaboration in June 2018. In the meantime, the book has found its way to readers in more than 30 countries.
Otto and I are very happy with all the positive and supportive reactions. When we […]
Op 22 mei 2019 verzorgt Jan De Visch in samenwerking met het Institute for Business Development (IFBD) een opleiding rond het thema HR-KPI’s.
De deelnemers worden uitgenodigd om op basis van de aangereikte voorbeelden hun eigen HR-KPI’s scherper te formuleren […]
Industry 4.0 dramatically affects how people collaborate. Work processes become more liquid and adaptive. But most companies struggle to change the way they organize collaboration.
This program helps you to find the right balance between hierarchy and self-organization. You will […]
In a time of rapid disruption, companies are reviewing their way of working. This Playbook provides 33 ideas to start thinking about how you can organise, create accountability, make decisions and shape better workplaces.
Introduction of the Playbook
Over the years […]
Since the days of Adam Smith, organizations have been breaking down processes and simplifying procedures into manageable units. The challenge of leadership has been disected into so many elements that depending on which recent publication you are reading, your […]
Connect & Transform offers a series of reader-friendly documents to introduce some of today’s most pressing human resources issues. These documents are designed for the non-specialist reader and use straightforward language, avoid jargon, and illustrate theory with real-world examples. […]
Opening Deep Thinking Capabilities To Make A Real Difference In Strategy Design And Execution: A Perspective on Enabling Leadership Transitions
Since the days of Adam Smith, organizations have been breaking down processes and simplifying procedures into manageable units. The challenge […]