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ALE2012, Culture Hacking & more…

This is the first opportunity for me to write a couple of words related to my ALE2012 Conference attendance and I can not do anything else than starting this article with a big THANK YOU to the organizers and fellow attendees! They made it worth it (again)! I grabbed the opportunity to go to Barcelona and enjoy 2 things that make my life worth living: (1) my family & (2) co-learn with all around. It is one of those rare opportunities one can combine those things together thanks
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How to improve your leadership skills dramatically?

I feel honored with the opportunity to guest post on the official “Leadership Gift” blog of Christopher Avery which became a fact today! The article I wrote for it describes an experiment we did in a Co-Learning Leadership Retreat to discover how leadership tools are linked to the understanding of the responsibility process. You can read the full article here: http://www.christopheravery.com/blog/guest-post-leadership-tools-are-dramatically-improved-by-applying-the-leadership-gift/ Christopher Avery is the author of “Teamwork is an Individual Skill: Getting your Work Done when Sharing Responsibility“ and father of the Leadership Gift as well as the famous Responsibility Process    If you want
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Speaking at Agile Lean Europe 2012 in Barcelona

I’m so exited that 2 of my session proposals are selected for upcoming ALE2012 conference regular program that I wanted to share this with you. This time it is not the most common Agile or Lean session but rather 2 side tracks that are great for all, even the non Agile Lean fanatics out there and that is what makes me excited. It shows again how a chameleon like myself brings value and bridge gaps between different worlds as both sessions are totally unrelated at first sight. First session
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