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"The unsual way that Fundação Dom Cabral is organized"

Sunday July 25th, 2010 4 comments

As you probably all know by now, the Fundação Dom Cabral is one of the world’s leading centre for executive and organizations development. In 2010, it was ranked 6th by the Financial Times (I am no great fan of such rankings; it is there for the record and those who need it;) Since July 2009, I regularly join the Foundation…

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The Fair Process of Engagement

Sunday July 18th, 2010 2 comments

Who said that Business Schools are way too expensive for what they truly bring? I did… and need to change this slightly: Business Schools may be a good deal when somebody else pays to go at your place and brings you one or two interesting models from an “edutainment” program… This week, I was shown by Beat Blaesi (the man…

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“From passive consumption to active co-creation”

Sunday July 11th, 2010 4 comments

“This was the best experience of my professional career: the program you designed kept external interventions to the minimum and allowed us to share our own experiences, learn together and from each other. We now feel that our future does not depend from consultants but is entirely in our hands!” This was one of the most moving feedback we received…

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"Love it, Change it or Leave it!"

Sunday July 4th, 2010 3 comments

So, Dunga’s Brazil is finally heading home after betraying of all its “footballistic values”, having blindly followed leadership and organizational styles which were so obviously “un-Brazilian”. Far worse, Brazil lost its unofficial ranking of No1 favorite nation in the hearts of all true “futebol” lovers for the first time since 1958… But what annoyed me most, when sharing my concerns…

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