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Using CrossFit as an example, I explained how community can unleash potential in the corporate world. In this post I would like to go into more detail about the damage that competitions cause and what alternatives there are to them. Because contrary to popular belief, they do not promote performanc...
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In our society, we grow up with competition. We love to categorize or measure, and not just at sport events. The best brand, the best-selling, the most beautiful. In doing so, we ignore the effects this attitude has on our society – and these effects are often counterproductive, especially in a c...
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1906 – Francis Galton visits a livestock show in England. At a stand, people passing by are allowed to guess how much meat a presented ox would provide after processing. The British researcher rubs his hands delighted: the perfect opportunity to prove statistically that the masses are dumber than...
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Five years ago, I had the great opportunity to co-found a start-up for a leading automobile manufacturer as a senior controller. My gosh, was I excited. I lunched with the CEO before starting. He said: "We only hire the best." He showed me each profile and why these candidates were the right ones....
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With all the technological advances, it is very easy to call a meeting. On top of that and to be on the safe side, we prefer to invite more people than less, in a misguided intention to create transparency. If you would rather avoid fruitless meetings, please pay special attention to the following...
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