We worked closely with one museum, who continuously chose their lowest performing type of exhibition to be set up again. I think they were perhaps too passionate and too close to the project. It’s not really surprising that we see this in the art and culture industry, but I know that this challenge goes beyond our industry.Read More
My approach is based around creating disturbance in order to destabilize habits and comfort zones: the enemies of change (as I see it). Outside of habits and comfort zones is fertile ground, but there may also be fear and suffering. There can be no guarantees that stepping into fertile ground will yield resilience, but it’s more likely to get results than doing nothing. The trick is to stretch the comfort zone, by inviting reflection and growth, in small steps.Read More
Everyone is talking innovation, collaboration, intra/entrepreneurialism, agility, decentralisation of power, digitalisation, the VUCA world, but all to few realize the sort of changes we will have to make to achieve it.Read More
How often do standard change methods result in actual, deep rooted and lasting change?
According to the Gartner: 50% of change efforts are clear failures, 16% have mixed results and only the remainder are somewhat successful. If we want to create real, sustainable change, then top down classical methods for change may not work.Read More
Developing Personal Resilience is not something that can be demanded and argued for through logic and reasoning. It is a change movement of profound personal impact.
Asking your colleagues to become resilient and then telling them why they should do it, is not going to cut it. Something else is required.
Denmark was a hot topic in the US primary elections earlier this year. In passing it was mentioned as a place Donald Trump would be likely to nuke. Bernie Sanders also showered it with attention, proclaiming it as a society Americans should aspire to. And as always Fox News saw it all quite differently. No surprise there.Read More