How to run multi-site Scrum events without tooling?
Today I am frequently working with larger organisations and continually have to deal with people in different locations across the country or globe. This kind of context brings its own challenges and many people hope to find solutions in tooling and so did I, but hey, did I think wrong! Before going into running multi-site events, a […]
Calling Dedicated Agile Coaches / Scrum Masters…ready to accelerate and amplify!
Well hi there! Are you actively effecting change today by making workplace cultures more friendly for humans? Do you long to play out loud – more often and intensely – with others who care deeply about Agile principles? Are you prepared to revise what you already know as a coach and Scrum Master and continually […]
How to find your ikigai
Ikigai is a Japanese concept meaning “a reason for being“. Everyone, according to the Japanese, has an ikigai. Finding it requires a deep and often lengthy search of self. Such a search is regarded as being very important, since it is believed that discovery of one’s ikigai brings satisfaction and meaning to life. Many (smart) organisations are trying to find a way to motivate […]
Budget Games –In Kortrijk nemen 150 kinderen dé beslissing over 30.000€!
Wij kunnen jullie met enige trots meedelen dat onze Innovation Games® training, oefensessies en eerdere Budget Games® voor de Kortrijkse deelgemeentes Aalbeke en Heule zijn vruchten afwerpt! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wRnzA1qINjk https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mn0Mztc53XQ Tijdens de eerste Budget Games sessie voor Aalbeke had Co-Learning de leiding op zich genomen alsook de volledige productie, facilitatie en nazorg waarna Stad Kortrijk overtuigd […]
Collaborative workshops from the beach
Or distributed workshops from different locations… Your seat is waiting next to mine… During my career I had to facilitate a lot of Agile retrospectives and other collaborative workshops with people sitting in different offices, countries, continents,… and as such had a huge interest in the first Belgian conference on “remote working”. I was looking […]
What Are Effective Job Interview Techniques?
In this article I want to go a bit deeper into the subject of taking job interviews in order to find the right person for the job. How it is done in some companies today. How others make it their business and how you could avoid loosing time and money within the process by doing […]
10 amazing ways to use a product box at work!
Last week was my first Certified Innovation Games for Customer Understanding training out of many to come and what struck me the most from the 2 very interactive and fun days is the broad employability of the games. I was aware of a lot of different uses of the games and used them myself in […]
I language versus responsible behavior
We have done so many things, we have explained so many things, and yet we still need to learn so many things! Even small learnings can contribute to a better and more satisfying life. Exactly what I recently experienced. While creating a customized training for one of our clients I noticed the importance to mention […]
A sharing economy business idea for you
Too many ideas, not enough time! A sentence many of us know, many of us feel, and many of us are sometimes frustrated about. One of those fine ideas I had when going through a Gamification track was related to what is known as collaborative consumption or a sharing economy. At the time I explored […]
Proofing the benefits of Gamification
A while ago, I was contacted by Andrew Hunt, who shared his work detailing the benefits of Gamification proofing through 3 organizations that used such methods to boost their brand and business. The metrics within his infographic do not need any explanation and I’m happy that we can share them through our blog. Lots of […]