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Work in progress. Our natural state. We are not perfect! Sometimes it’s best to launch a product before it’s perfect. Come on!

Even Apple, a company that is known for perfection and control, releases products with known shortfalls.


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Inclusive thinking means considering other possibilities and points of view before taking action.  Two people can look quite different, but think similarly; and two people can look alike (ethnicity, gender, age, etc.) and think differently.  

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Don´t listen to the HiPPOs!

HiPPO is an acronym for the "highest paid person's opinion" or the "highest paid person in the office." The acronym is used to describe the tendency for lower-paid employees to defer to higher-paid employees when a decision has to be made.

The term can also be used to describe an organization's reliance on human instinct rather than data in the decision-making process.

"When it comes tho the quality of decision-making, pay level is irrelevant and experience is valuable only if it is used to frame a winning argument. In most companies, experience is the winning argument. We call these places "tenurocracies", because porquer derives from tenure, not merit". Extract from "How Google works" by Eric Schmidt and Jonathan Rosenber.

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Lonely in the Digital Age. We expect more from technology, yet less from one another.

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Idea people play a more important role in HR decisions. People help to decide simple and complicated things that affect them. They vote, tag, rank, and develop things.

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Internal communication strategies: “The client doesn’t come first.”

Companies spend millions of Euros on advertising campaigns to connect with the final consumer; often forgetting that to get there, the journey has to begin inside its own organization.

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A business model in which no one earns money by telling others what to and when to do it.

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Unlearn to learn. To make room for new learning, you have to unlearn first.

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A mix between the Classic Trainer and the Community Manager.

The natural habitat of the trainer is the classroom. The natural habitat of the Community Manager is the online community.

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