How to share lessons learned in organizations and teams efficiently and effectively? A question on which entire libraries are filled. A question which, in the terms of "knowledge management", justifies an entire research and practice strand. Not surprisingly, many interesting things have been written for this purpose. But in the same way, literature also contains … Weiterlesen How lessons learned can be shared effectively and efficiently
This famous quote by Philip Rosenthal is symptomatic of the Western self-conception: change is progression, stagnation is regression. In terms of the economy, this would probably mean that only those companies that continue to develop can survive. If one consistently follows this logic, then the executive management of an organization must constantly change the system … Weiterlesen Organizational culture for dynamic stability
Last year, as part of the introductory course on education management at the University of St. Gallen, I was invited to give a guest lecture on the topic of "learning culture development". After an introduction to what learning culture is and why we should deal with it (cf. also my other blog post on this … Weiterlesen Approaches for developing learning culture
The Digital Transformation has stirred up dust. So much dust that old, familiar insights appear new again. As a result, hardly any text on digital transformation does not begin with the hint that the dynamics of the environment, the pressure of competition and innovation or the uncertainty and ambiguity are constantly increasing. This is not … Weiterlesen Agility culture for coping with digital transformation
Last September, I was given the opportunity to make a practical and action-oriented contribution to the Swiss Post blog (Work@Post). I have chosen the topic of individual agility and formulated three strategies for increasing one's own agility. The article is available in four languages: Articles in English Articles in German Article in French Articles in … Weiterlesen Three strategies to boost your own long-term agility
In the last few months I have been able to hold many discussions on the subject of agility. Exciting discussions, because almost every one of us has a definite opinion on this. And in many discussions, it is not so much about content details or subtleties that are philosophized at first, but rather generously ascertained: … Weiterlesen What kind of culture does an agile organization need?
As already described several times, the learning culture is a central aspect for the ability of organisations and individuals to learn and change (Krapf 2016a, 2016b, 2017a, 2017c). In other words, the learning culture can be seen as an element to increase agility. In an earlier article (Krapf 2017b) I presented a generic procedure … Weiterlesen Putting learning culture development into practice to increase agility