People using self-management can experience four kinds of tensions. Why can't they all be processed the same way?
A radical management theory from the 60s, based on what motivates people to work, is still radical today: authority versus self-motivation.
Which management practices, still radical today, are based on the assumption that most people are self-motivated and love to work?
How is the future of work being shaped by increasing numbers of people insisting on work that allows expression of their life purpose?
Helping other organizations transform into new work and new leadership includes learning, sharing, and walking your talk.
"It’s not about success. It’s about adapting to changing times. We try to change before a crisis strikes us. Organizations need to be alive."
What leadership insights, practices, and qualities best enable creating a better future through times of "creative disruption"?
Business success in today's complex world is first and foremost based on the value of interaction, context-awareness and responsiveness.
What would it take to make a soulful organization that knows how to tap under our suface into, and to feed, our shared humanity?