Entries by Bert Smeets

Interactions and patterns

In my last blog, I presented the model that we use to show how interactions can affect the performance of an organisation. Too many negative interactions can drain the energy and creativity from a team, leading to poor performance. Even too many positive interactions can have a negative impact, as there is no one to […]

Analyzing interactions with the HiPerModel*

In our last blog, we looked at the importance of interactions in the world of business. In fact, 70% of the success of any company is reliant on interactions between people. And those interactions can be broken down into three easy E’s: Energy, Exploration and Engagement. This time round we’re going to look at this […]

Building organizational excellence

There are many factors that affect the performance of a company: the vision and mission, the structure and processes, and the people. There is an assumption, particularly in high tech companies, that changing one will have a positive impact on the others. And while that can be the case, changing a company’s structure and processes […]