Guiding Questions

Children Can Learn Acceptable Behaviour. At Puberty, it is Too Late!

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Bullying, vandalism or school shootings: Much of it can be prevented Children can learn what is acceptable and what is not acceptable. When they reach puberty, it is too late. It took us only 10 evening sessions to learn the techniques. And they work! Just one Guiding Question for the prevention of unacceptable behaviour, bullying, vandalism, violence, crime and school shootings. Jump to the Guiding Questions right away Updated March 13, 2018 Feedback and contributions are welcome via LinkedIn For […]

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Business Intelligence: Where are the Lessons Learned?

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Business Intelligence is supposed to deliver the information for making the right decisions. Well, how can executives, managers and professionals make the right decisions when, with today’s Business Intelligence approach, vital information for making decisions becomes invisible?     Jump to the Guiding Questions right away Updated June 5, 2018 Feedback and contributions are welcome via LinkedIn For blog updates and occasional news: Where are the Lessons Learned? Right now, Business Intelligence (BI), with buzzwords such as big data, analytics and […]

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Leading the Way Out of Tough Problems

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For almost two decades, we have been trying to adjust our organisations to the challenges of today’s world. We experience the consequences of this as ongoing cost-saving pressures, burnouts,  layoffs of productive employees and companies going out of business. Something important is missing in our solution thinking. Below are my case for a few Guiding Questions leading us out of this misery and a few such questions you can start asking right away.     Jump to the guiding questions Why […]