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Podcast #4: Co-Founder Justus von Wedekind

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A brand new episode with a special guest. I invited my Co-founder Justus von Wedekind to join the podcast. He is for sure an expert in the field of EX with a lot of practical experience. Justus gave clear tips on data-driven tools that help creating a better EX and took a critical view on F. Laloux's book: „Reinventing organizations".

The illusion of control

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How do I create involvement and participation in my organization and when is the right time for it? As early as possible! If information and decisions are strategically kept away from employees, this creates a culture of distrust and resistance that runs counter to the company's goals.

The agility misconception – Part 2

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In the companies where I am currently working in the field of team and organizational development, I come across further misunderstandings, which lead to the fact that "agility" has now become a dirty word in some companies. Many employees:inside are frustrated and have "no more desire" for "this next sow that is driven through the village". Here are my top 4 misunderstandings, in addition to the 4 from Gabris part 1.

Feedback for Real

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In 2001, Gallup published 12 questions that demonstrably establish a positive correlation between employee engagement and business performance. The questionnaire can be used wonderfully in teams to initiate a very pragmatic change process "from below". It is exciting that the questions reflect many aspects of New Work / positive employee experience.

Creating trust and human proximity over distance

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Human proximity via direct personal contact is currently a rare commodity - and at the same time a core requirement for agile, motivated and independent work. But how do we create this closeness without direct contact? The market is currently flooded with digital tools. Used correctly, they can help to combine the creativity of new work approaches and the dynamics of agile project management with the element of proximity and trust.

Time autonomy and job satisfaction

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Due to the current challenge of organising work despite existing contact rules and prohibitions and to remain competitive as a company, the needs of the employees come to the fore and there is a need to reconcile work and private life, whereby flexible working time models can help. This article explains the possible psychological effects of a trust-based working time model using Job Characteristics Theory (Hackman & Oldham, 1975).