#favouritemodels No. 29 - Virtual Collaboration

The fact that trust and the quality of relationships have a decisive influence on teamwork is something that most people have probably known for a…

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#favouritemodels No. 28 - WRAP - Four hurdles of good decision-making and how you can overcome them.

Decisions are always made under uncertainty. Especially in today's complexity, no one fully sees through how things are interrelated, and it is hardly…

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#favouritemodel No. 27 - The GRIP model

"Manage the fishtank - not the fish" (quoted from William Tate, Institute for Systemic Leadership). To be honest, this quote is a #favouritemodel in…

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Susanne Stock

#favouritemodels No. 26 - A systemic perspective on conflicts

How can my colleague behave so inappropriately? He's upsetting the whole team!

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Marc Chmielewski

#favouritemodel No. 25 - Designing culture in a deliberate way

Culture emerges from the sum of repetitive behaviors in a particular context. With this understanding, we are not defenseless in the face of our…

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Karen Krogel

#favouritemodel No. 24 - Dealing with complex tasks

When was the last time when you answered a co-worker who came to you with a problem, "Well, I understand your problem 100% and I can tell you: if you…

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Katrin Aust

#favouritemodel No. 23 - Feedback

If you ask employees what they miss most in their day-to-day work, the answer you will hear is: honest feedback.

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Marc Chmielewski

#favouritemodel No. 22 - Observation of the 2nd order

A key assumption of systemic theories is that each person as an individual observer of his or her environment, from WHAT she or he perceives with the…

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Marc Chmielewski

#favouritemodel No.21 - House of Change - Farsightedness

Not only because the roof was never used in the image of the House of Change, but based on our experience in supporting many transformation processes,…

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Juliane Wiktorin

#favouritemodels No.20 - House of Change - Renewal

Finally, having gone through the "Room of Confusion", people emotionally reach the "Room of Renewal".

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