Self-organization and continuous organizational learning at scale
Digital Leadership and organizational learning at scale are basic prerequisites for companies to recognize and exploit opportunities arising from rapid change in society and technology. The key to a successful culture of organizational learning lies within the people who work in the company.
Digital Leadership creates the environment to develop self-organization and a culture of learning — regardless of whether teams work at one location, distributed or even location-independent. With the right leadership tools, this is possible!
The toolbox for Digital Leadership
The necessary tools for modern leadership can be learned and trained. In our qualification offers, we show a pragmatic and practical way to do this.
On-site or online? German or English? The decision is yours!
Together with you, we create your individual goal planning as a leader or for the entire company and decide which steps are suitable to achieve these goals.
Often modern leadership methods are in conflict with daily practice in the company and one’s own intuition. To make it easier to break away from old habits, we create our own experiences for the participants in our workshops, which are tangible and therefore easier to remember.
Short learning units introduce topics and provide the necessary background knowledge. At the same time, we underpin the theory with practical examples and work with the participants to develop solutions for their own day-to-day work in the company.
Personal Training & Coaching
When the pressure rises and things get tight, it becomes clear how well modern leadership works.
We train you for the “real thing” so that you can stay on course even in turbulent times.
Making the right decisions on the way to become a learning organization.
Self-organization and Digital Leadership help to target business goals that have not even been considered so far. We analyze with you what is currently possible and which steps help to create the environment that your teams need to be able to work in a self-organized way and to grow beyond their limits. The onboarding of new employees also plays an important role here.
“If only we had the right people .… !” Together we determine what really limits the performance of your teams and how their strengths can be leveraged. Transparency, orientation towards values, commitment, psychological safety and dealing with mistakes are some of the important aspects. Crucial here: What does the leader contribute to the situation?
Team topology and psychology
How should a team be composed? How big is a team? What distinguishes a team from a group? What supports teamwork, what is rather counterproductive? Which role does the leader play in self-organizing teams? What changes if teams work independently of location? We will work out the answers to these and other questions together with you, adapted to your situation.
In order for learned knowledge to be used effectively in the company, a living knowledge management is necessary.
We support you in developing goals and requirements of knowledge management, finding solutions and filling them with life. From intranet to team playbook — together we will find the right solutions!
What role does technology and software play in a learning organization? Digital solutions today offer more than just managing the status quo. They help teams to communicate and visualize data and processes. This transparency, together with the possibilities of standardization and automation, creates important opportunities.
The right technology used correctly in the right context not only makes everyday work easier, but also increases productivity, quality, motivation and commitment.
We’ll show you how it’s done!
Effectively train employees.
Modern leaders are coaches and trainers, but also students. Knowledge is readily available today. On the Internet, at conferences or as internal, formal training or at educational institutions. But for learned knowledge to have an impact on decisions and actions, more is required. Learning as part of daily work in new formats is an important building block on this path.
The leader as mentor
Leaders have a wealth of knowledge and often a wealth of experience from many years on the job. Learn to share relevant knowledge in short, focused, one-on-one conversations.
But you’ll also learn when it’s important to take a step back and let the team gain their own experience and simply trust them.
Choosing the right content & formats
The members of the teams know best what knowledge would help them.
We’ll show you how you, as a leader, can support the teams in taking care of the right content and in organizing learning. At the same time, you’ll learn new formats that make daily learning easier and fun.
Meetings are an important part of the job. They cost time and money, and they can be motivating or demotivating.
Help your teams to communicate and work effectively in meetings and workshops. From organizing to execution, meetings offer a lot of room for improvement.
Learning from failures
In today’s complex world, mistakes are part of everyday work. If we handle them correctly, they provide us with a great potential of learning experiences that can make us better as a company. Help your teams to safely step out of their comfort zone and learn from mistakes. Also use mistakes to derive innovation from them! Learn how to create the environment for the necessary psychological safety. Learn how to train your teams to react safely to mistakes without falling into panic mode.