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Gamestorming ignites Sweden

An Ignite talk invitation makes you feel like a kid with a new toy: excited! Perfect ingredients This was not my first time in Malmö: last autumn I provided an Innovation Games course for Softhouse. Malmö has all the ingredients for a perfect trip, namely creative people, an energetic after work culture, and the uncut version […]

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Innovation Games and Gamestorming goes Vienna

Reflecting on my trip to Vienna… Stunt pilots I always considered screaming people in airplanes to be an urban myth, or at least something that dates back to the Wright brothers when planes where flying objects, an experiment and not yet a commodity, I was mistaken. Just before the plane reached Vienna airport we were […]

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Plant the seeds and enjoy their growth

It has been more than a year since we organized the first Belgian Management 3.0 training with Jurgen Appelo (March 28, 2011) and subsequent premiere of co-teaching Jurgens (June 27th, 2011). In the mean time we have had the opportunity to spread the love in several public and in-house occasions in Europe for which we […]

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Gamestormers! We’ve got a winner!

Last month we asked you Gamestormers to record a testimonial on our site to help convince newbies and non-believers to join our movement and unleash the human potential. We’ve got a winner! Caroline den Doelder was the first Gamestormer who recorded a testimonial and thereby wins her Gamestorming book – A playbook for innovators, rulebreakers, and […]

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Gamestormers! Tell us your story and win…

Just a couple of days ago I was on stage at Scrum Day France talking about “The future of work is about being more human“. At some point I asked the audience to raise their hands if they ever heard of #gamestorming and I was surprised to learn that roughly only 10 out of +500 people […]

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My opening keynote at Scrum Day France – The future of work

I made it, 2 minutes later and the doors of the Thalys would have been closed. I’m on my way to Paris, where I have been asked to provide the Opening Keynote for Scrum Day France. Human imagination onsteroids! The Eiffel Tower. Although I have seen it a dozens times, the size of it keeps intriguing me. […]

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