Posted in November 2015

Problem time

Problem time 30 Nov 2015 Annelies De Meyere Leadership & ManagementLess is More Wether you do a lessons learned, retrospective or kaizen event, the actions from there should be executed as soon as possible by the team. But sometimes problems that arise from these events are beyond the team’s circle of influence.  Read more by … Continue reading

Detailed metrics are not always the answer

Detailed metrics are not always the answer 24 Nov 2015 Annelies De Meyere Leadership & Management An element that is very present in almost all organisations I know are the metrics that are embedded from beginning to end. To be able to start a project, you need metrics that foresee the future. Owkay. During the … Continue reading

Visual goal setting

Visual goal setting 20 Nov 2015 Annelies De Meyere Leadership & ManagementWork is Play Whenever we do a kick-off of a new team, we also help them start their journey together by defining their team goal, vision and/or values. This visualisation of the team goal helps the team grow mutual understanding and speed up their team … Continue reading

Evaluating intrinsic motivation

Evaluating intrinsic motivation 16 Nov 2015 Annelies De Meyere Leadership & ManagementWork is Play The internet is full of little lists about what motivates us, which are usually a mix of intrinsic an extrinsic motivation. But how can you find out which intrinsic motivational element is important for your team members? And do these motivators … Continue reading

Recognising individual achievements

Recognising individual achievements 13 Nov 2015 Annelies De Meyere Leadership & ManagementWork is Play One of the techniques from Management 3.0 that we’ve observed to go viral rather quickly when we come into an organisation is the use of Kudos Cards. In order to recognise individual achievements on a regular basis, these cards are an … Continue reading