Category: leadership

  • Wusel- and Structure-Rats  – building great and innovative teams

    Wusel- and Structure-Rats – building great and innovative teams

    Observing nature can lead to great insights. And sometimes looking at a group of rats can teach you how to build great teams, organisations and human relationships in general. This is the theory of wusel- and structure-rats. The initial theory came from my mentor and friend Jan Dzulko. He derived it from the learnings of […]

  • LBWA: Leadership by Wandering Around

    LBWA: Leadership by Wandering Around

    If you ever worked with me, you know I’m in constant movement. Walking around. Chatting. Thinking. I’ve always done this, it came naturally to me and I never understood why I’m doing that. Now I know – it’s LBWA – Leadership by Wandering Around. This is a common method, widely known as MBWA – Management […]

  • The Innovation Coin Principle – how to balance innovation and efficiency

    The Innovation Coin Principle – how to balance innovation and efficiency

    Engineers like to build stuff. That’s what they were educated for, do and love! And most engineers love their new toys. New Languages, frameworks, new, new. That’s great, because most engineers I’ve met in my career are curious by nature and that is very important! The whole tech industry moves at a very high pace. […]