Podcast

Isn’t autonomy in organizations just an illusion? Reflection podcast #11

In this reflection podcast we have a conversation around the story of Prometheus in relation to autonomy. Isn’t autonomy in organizations just an illusion? We’re joined by our new colleague in Authentic Organization, François Weber MD. Use the Spotify player below to listen directly, or...

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Guest Blog, Insight

The differential man

Guest post by François Weber Can contradicting thought patterns be a source of creativity? How can we allow our contradicting thoughts to be in a productive dynamic interaction?  The differential gear; mechanical sense versus logical contradiction. A differential is a set of gears allowing a car’s driven wheels to revolve at...

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Insight

Another way to do business

Bureaucracy is a dangerous path. Like any other, this one also has a trajectory: it “evolves” and as it does, it becomes more dangerous. A typical bureaucrat in the 19th century, for example, lacked ambition beyond just doing everything by the book, or found pleasure in maintaining order meticulously, keeping his own ambition in...

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Guest Blog, Insight

The old-new abnormal

Guest Post by Zsolt Mohacsi The Old-New Abnormal Feature image: Giorgio de Chirico: Metaphysical Triangle (1958).Source: Wikiart.org Calamity is what blessings depend upon.In blessings there hides the calamity.Who knows the ultimate end of the cycle of calamity and blessings?Is there no true principle that exists?The normal may revert...

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Guest Blog, Insight

On Bullshit and Authenticity

Guest post by Zsolt Mohacsi *** Maximizing interactive action-items and engineering mission-critical paradigms by leveraging customized experiences through the facilitation of vertical interfaces. You and I are beings of the totality; we realize that this life is nothing short of an ennobling fusion of life-affirming conscious living,...

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Insight

Employees doing business with entrepreneurs

This is a conversation starter: There are employees and there are entrepreneurs. Two different breeds. In many cases employees don’t trust (often are quite hostile to) entrepreneurs unless they report to them, in which case they idolize them, or when they perceive them to be below them socially, in which case they patronize them....

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Insight

Operational principles for organizational intelligence

Organic organizations naturally exhibit something mechanical organizations invest a lot of money, time and energy to achieve: organizational intelligence. Most efforts to achieve this unavoidably fail. Why they fail deserves a longer piece, for now just briefly: they use the wrong tools and they miss some things. Tools, being mechanical...

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Podcast

Bad decision making as an organizational problem – reflection podcast #10

In this reflection podcast, we talk about smart people making bad decisions: ‘individually we are smart, together we are dumb’. Please tune in & enjoy. Alternatively, visit https://anchor.fm/authenticorganization...

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Podcast

the corporate culture as a cult – reflection podcast #9

In this reflection podcast, we talk about corporate cultures as a cult. We kick off with a TED-Ed animation on cults and an article in HBR on a cultish culture. Please tune in & enjoy. Alternatively, visit https://anchor.fm/authenticorganization...

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