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 […]
Mindsetter: Boost Your Change Project
Guestblog by Dave Synaeve, propellor.be Mindsetter is partly a powerful simulation of changing organisations and the resistance they can encounter. This serious game gives insights in the cycle of change, the reactions of people on change and the different kinds of resistance you can expect. Good change management involves to create buy in and making […]
Become a Protean Career Architect
Guestblog by Lesley Vanleke, debaak.be Continuous globalization, technological developments and sustainability issues have also impacted the traditional relationship between employers and employees. The way these two parties reach agreements is profoundly changing. In the traditional psychological contract, employees receive job security and they confide in the long term commitment to their company to take care […]
Team Purpose and Motivation Empowered by Applied Improvisation
Guestblog by Rutger Slump, letsplayinnovation.com An increasing number of professionals are trained in improvisation skills and mindset. It helps them to play with their environment instead of controlling it, which is especially useful when dealing with complex or choatic surroundings. Improvisation is therefore a very interesting part of the Innovation Game in organizations. “The act […]
Delegation is an Art! Point finale.
In this rapidly changing world where change itself has changed, we need more people to be part of the system to provide evolutionary, disruptive and open innovation! Internet connections, data storage, mobile devices, genome sequencing, everything today is growing at an exponential rate where organizations need to be more adaptive, and change as fast as change […]