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Learning to let go: The fifth step in Tuckman cycle

Thursday May 16th, 2019 0 comments

You probably all heard about a classic in team dynamics, called the Tuckman cycle: When assembling, a team (even a couple of people) tends to start with a stage called “Forming” (socialisation, need for inclusion), then it will naturally migrate towards “Storming” (affirmation, assertiveness), followed by “Norming” (reflecting, structuring and learning from the previous mistakes) and finally “Performing” which is…

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“Be the bird” by Hamilton Mann

Thursday May 9th, 2019 0 comments

Hamilton Mann is the Group Director, Digital Marketing and Digital Transformation at Thales, an 80’000 people French multinational I came across this article he recently wrote on the topic of innovation. The reason to republish it, with his consent, is that, exactly the same applies when it comes to Transformation, Change & Disruptive thinking. I really encourage you to read…

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Am I a stone carver or a Cathedral builder?

Thursday May 2nd, 2019 0 comments

I work a lot with the themes of Purpose and Deep Intent. A few days ago, I came across a very interesting Cassie Werber’s article dedicated to the same topic. Putting the record straight, INSEAD professor Gianpiero Petriglieri claims that, if it is fundamental to give meaning to our work, we shouldn’t expect anybody else to do it for us:…

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