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How to Earn Your Medal

I was 11 years old when I participated in our small town’s annual four-day swimathon. It was less spectacular than it sounds: kids ...

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Better Management with Fewer Managers (video)

In modern businesses managers are expected to be “servant leaders” and “systems thinkers”. But nobody explains ho...

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Management 3.0 Book Tour

You Make It Happen (I Go Where People Send Me)

I don’t decide which countries I go to. You do. My new one-day workshop follows an important principle: I go where people send me. Se...

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Dare to Improve Your Conference

I have been talking about better conferences several times, but I’ve decided to stop doing that. A recurring theme at the DARE conferen...

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Move Your Desk

The more I thought about the idea of walking around, the more I got the feeling that the practice is suboptimal. Years ago I realized tha...

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Move Your Feet

The advice to walk around in the organization is often presented under the Japanese name Gemba, which says that one ought to be there whe...

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Delegate, Delegate, Delegate…

At the start of the year I wrote about 5 Things I Will Change in 2013. One of them concerned the delegation of more Management 3.0 course...

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Blog Post #700

Actually, the previous blog post was number 700. This is blog post #701. I wrote blog post #600 almost a year ago. In that year my reader...

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Dare to Be at DARE!

I got myself involved in co-organizing a conference. Again. But this is not just any conference. This is DARE! DARE is a conference conce...

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12 Reasons Our License Is Better Than Theirs

I have been working on a new version of the Management 3.0 license agreement, with input from the current facilitators and the friends of...

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Emphasize Good Practices

In many working environments people’s focus is usually is on fixing problems. This makes sense, because continuous improvement allows o...

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Ring the Bell!

A few years ago I discussed some organizational challenges with my former CEO, and I noted the employees in our company rarely took time ...

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