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It started small, four years ago. When we thought about bringing a couple of change management practitioners together to share their latest tools and insights, we targeted mainly the German plus the”surrounding Germany” population. However, for some reason which I … Continue reading

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On last Friday, I had the pleasure to kick off the 4th Berlin Change Days and to welcome 90 delegates from 18 countries for an intensive three days learning and networking event. For my keynote (“The new ecosystems of organizations”), I … Continue reading

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by Holger Nauheimer. Image by pipiwildhead via Flickr I read a great post of Peggy Holman on PATTERNS OF CHANGE: Invoking Emergence in a Time of Uncertainty Peggy starts with the provoking question: What would it mean to know how … Continue reading

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by Holger Nauheimer. For a long time of my life as a trainer, I refused to use Power Point presentations. In the trainers trainings I gave, I usually introduced the concept of death by PP early in the course. But … Continue reading

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by Holger Nauheimer. One lesson I have learned over the last years is that technological change is much faster than social change. It has not been always like that, or has it? For the past 25,000 years or so, technological … Continue reading

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