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What are we talking about?We are all only too aware that we can only be our “best self” (i.e. perform at the top of our ability) if we can work according to our strengths – because we then feel involved, build up productive working relationships with colleagues, and are proud and happy with our work. But we are also aware that every individual not only has strengths, but also weaknesses. So how...
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Our business environment is (has become) an enormously complex and rapidly evolving system. Rather too complex to manage centrally and with a pyramid organisational structure. A rigid hierarchy is not able to cope with such complexity. So … organisations of the future evolve from hierarchical, bureaucratic pyramids into high-performing and continuously moving systems of diversified powers, shared...
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Tensions within your team are often perceived as negative, and everyone has his own way of dealing with them: some would rather ignore them, and certainly don't want to name them, while others just want a quick solution and to get rid of them as soon as possible. Some people want to reflect on them first, and perhaps never get around to doing anything. But we do have one thing in common, and that...
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With (6 sigma) improvement projects we try to identify the most important process parameters in order to understand a process and thus to be able to steer and control it. The execution of experiments is inevitable in this respect and the Design of Experiment (DoE) approach has proven to be a very handy method.Until recently, however, a “relatively” large number of experiments were needed,...
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We are proud to announce that again a new colleague became part of the Stanwick family. Lidewij Van Nevel joined us on June 1st. Lidewij graduated at the KULeuven with a master’s degree in Work- and Organizational Psychology, where after she was able to build experience for 4 years within Sappi, an international paper manufacturer. She had the opportunity to grow as a trainer and facilitator of...
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You are learning from colleagues the whole day long. You learn from each other's approach during team meetings, pass on your know-how during a one-to-one conversation, and golden tips are even given while you’re at the coffee machine. But do you, as an organisation, want to stimulate and manage learning from each other? Intervision can then certainly provide added value as a methodology. This...
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