Questions are the key for innovation, progress, growth, exploration, and so many business issues and personal development too. For if there is no question, there is no drive to search for answers. For as long as I remember I’ve been a questioner. I’ve questioned myself a lot, learned about questioning techniques as a coach, interviewed many people for research purposes, been interviewed in podcasts, questioned my mentees, my students, my training participants, my friends, family, teachers, strangers, my cat, and the universe. Over the years, I’ve learned the deeper aspects of questions and helped many people go beyond the usual “I’ve learned a questioning technique during a leadership course and I should use it with my team to be more performant”. Here are the three things I will share with you today:
🔴 [ Dutch week ] Technology and the 'doe normaal' mindset
The 'doe noormal' Dutch mindset has had a lot of impact on the way this culture deals with technology and innovation. In many cases, this can be an interesting point of view for you too...
🔴 [ Looking back at ] how platforms and big tech scale
Pursuing my [ Looking back at ] series today by curating about digital platform scaling strategies, why network effects matter, and what we still have a hard time understanding about them (especially if you're a regular multinational in defense mode).
Critical mass and dilution point of social networks value
Ten years ago, Twitter was already messing with its users and decided to forbid third parties from using its API.