Book recommendation "How Google Works". A principle at Google: Everyone should have the opportunity to think topics from the beginning. One of Google's driving forces is to rethink this principle from a new perspective.
Eric Ries recommends "Startup-Way": imitating the behaviour of start-ups, i. e. learning from people who develop new things under extreme uncertainty.
Yuval Noah Harari looks at the here and now and asks the most relevant questions of our time. He invites us to reflect on values, meaning and personal commitment in a time of noise and uncertainty.
In addition to many exciting stories about how significant entrepreneurial personalities have created vibrant businesses and the presentation of some tools, there is a comprehensive account of what visions and missions actually are and what they can do.
R. Seliger goes into great detail about the theories and background to the approach of positive leadership. Case studies complete the work and thus offer the necessary practical relevance.
The new world of work can be shaped! New Work Design offers a bouquet of methods. Kalusche Consulting supports your company with Design Thinking to establish an innovation-promoting culture of working. Thus promote agility and customer orientation in the company.
"Self-Organization needs Leadership" is a best selling book in Germany. It deals with the idea of leading selforganizing teams and teal organizations. Details about the content you will find in the preface.
The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up: The Japanese Art of Decluttering and Organizing Japanese organizational consultant Marie Kondo takes tidying to a whole new level, promising that if you properly declutter your home once, you'll never have to do it again.