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NEWS

STUDY RESULTS

HIGH PERFORMANCE CULTURE

WHAT IS A HIGH PERFROMANCE CULTURE AND HOW CAN IT BE ESTABLISHED IN HYBRID TIMES?

We conducted a qualitative study together with Yannick Bahlmann (Bahlmann Consulting) to find out:

... ... what challenges hybrid work poses to employees and managers in companies,

... which best practices and lessons can be learned from remote work and transferred to new work  

... and, most importantly, how organizations can shape a culture (High Performance Culture) in which all individuals in an organization can maximize their potential to achieve common organizational goals.  

 

In order to obtain as broad a picture of the situation as possible, a total of approximately 30 representatives from corporations, medium-sized companies and start-ups (including vent.io, cherry ventures, atruvia) were interviewed in semi-structured interviews. 

Click here to find the study results.

 

 

 

 


 

 

Click here for the Toolbox, where we map many best practices to lay the foundation for a High Performance Culture.

 

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BOOK TIP

THE LOOP APPROACH

(Sebastian Klein, Ben Hughes & many contributors)

"Der #LoopApproach": How to transform your organization from within” by Sebastian Klein, Ben Hughes & many contributors. 

The book deals with the question: How can an organization transform itself - away from rigid tankers to flexible speedboats.

 

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Overcoming the 5 dysfunctions of a team - A field guide

(Patrick Lencioni)

Today we introduce one of our favorite books when it comes to #teamwork: Overcoming the five dysfunctions of a team by Patrick Lencioni. His model serves as a foundation for our #leadership- and #team-workshops.

 

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strengths-based leadership

(Tom Rath, Barry Conchie)

As promised - here is our first book summary:

We love Gallup's strengths-based approach. The strengths-based leadership book we like to introduce today, focuses on the question why people follow leaders and how you can become the best leadership version of yourself.  

 

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book recommendation

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