Book insight: Ikigai: The Japanese Secret to a Long and Happy Life by Albert Liebermann and Hector Garcia

What is the one simple thing you could do or be today that would be an expression of your ikigai?


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The Remotes – a Blog Fable on Living a Remote Worklife

Meet Sara and Marco. They both work in large companies. And they are The Remotes, meaning, that they work fully remotely.


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Psychological Safety – the Core Strenght of High-Performing Teams

A high level of psychological is the core strength of the most successful and productive teams. It represents an essential prerequisite for an agile way of working.


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Three things you should consider implementing this year as a manager

How to challenge the unpredictable future and what are the three things you should consider about implementing in order to prepare your organization to unpreparable?


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Introducing Agile With a Game – the Ball Point game

A fun way to introduce people to basic Agile principles and values.


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Creativity technique: what would Superman do?

When we are stressed or too deeply involved in a situation it is often hard to see it with a fresh perspective. What to do?


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Team Agreements and How They Shape Our Behaviour

To create a positive and productive working process, teams often develop mutual agreements. They use them as guidelines as to how things get done.


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Virtual Hackathons. Where Sky is the Limit. Or is it?

Hackathons can drive innovation and bring teams together, but is it the same with a virtual one? Sharing tips and tricks for a successful virtual hackathon.


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Book insight: What got you here won’t get you there by Marshall Goldsmith

Goldsmith’s book What got you here won’t get you there is a great read for everyone, focusing on how to coach leaders to change their behavior.


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How to Handle Work and Parenting during Coronavirus Isolation

Due to coronavirus (COVID-19), a lot of parents are working remotely. A few tips on how to handle work and parenting while trying to stay sane.


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Slovenian Managers About Their Challenges on Leading Remote Teams

We asked Slovenian managers about their remote team leadership challenges! Read about the results of an up-to-date mini CorpoHub survey.


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Online team meetings – how we do it at CorpoHub

Remote work is nothing new for CorpoHub and with corona and remote work hype, we decided to share how we host our team meetings online.


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Remote Work and the Benefits that come along

The ability to work from home has become significantly more important in the past few weeks and companies have been bound to start practicing remote work.


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Can you change a person with a fixed mindset?

A short blog post with several starting points on how to encourage a person with a fixed mindset to start making the change.


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Spice up your presentation with TED elements

How to spice up your presentations and make it sparkling? By inserting a few elements that speakers often use on the TEDx stage.


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Why is Design Sprint worth your time and money

You are probably wondering if Design Sprint is worth of your time and money or what can go wrong - because it simply sounds too good.


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CorpoHub partners – look back on 2019

CorpoHub partners look back on 2019 is a short blog post about the amazing year that is about to end, with a quick review of the past and future projects.


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Fear of agile: isn’t agile simply too much change?

The fear behind adopting agile methodologies is not simply the change itself. Also, for many managers, Agility still sounds very new and exotic.


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Methods in training – how to choose the best one?

We use different methods in training and sometimes it is hard to decide which method to use. It can be helpful to first decide on an overall methodology.


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LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY®: the idea behind the method

LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® methodology is more than 20 years old. It aims to improve communication and creativity but most of all, it brings up new business ideas.


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Innovation culture – State of Lean Innovation 7/7

The base for building innovation culture is trust in people - belief that they are able to innovate, their empowerment, and our ability to motivate them.


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Innovation Management – State of Lean Innovation 6/7

Innovation management means enabling the process of innovation, motivating the team to innovate and portfolio management - what do we focus on.


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Open Innovation – State of Lean Innovation 5/7

If our organization is looking for breakthrough innovations, we must get ahead of our competition by investing our time and energy in open innovation.


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Processes of Innovation – State of Lean Innovation 4/7

Processes of innovation include several steps, that help us manage innovations. Steps include collecting indeas, integration of concepts and incubation.


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Space and Tools – State of Lean Innovation 3/7

The success of our innovation team is based on proper innovation tools and space. Only with the right amount of both, we can bring value to our business.


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People and Teams – State of Lean Innovation 2/7

People and teams need a different mindset to gain new competencies and take ownership that will generate real value. The first step is building awareness.


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State of Agile Slovenia 2019

The purpose of the State of Agile Slovenia research was to identify and recognize the current state of knowledge of Agile in the Slovene territory.


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Innovation Strategy – State of Lean Innovation 1/7

In an innovation strategy, companies and organizations determine which new products, services, and processes they want to develop within the next few years.


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General Strategy – State of Lean Innovation 0/7

The general strategy describes and plans regular operations and development fairly accurately. Exploring the uncertain future, however, deserves special consideration.


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How to Boost Employee Engagement

Out of all the factors that affect employee engagement, leadership stands out the most. The way management treats employees, attitude and communication with employees is crucial to boost employee engagement. Already back in 1964 Blau found out that employees behave differently at their workplace, when their leader treats them with respect.


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Agile Marketing Case Studies

McDonald’s has spent a fortune to get their jingles to spread to more than 100 countries (and 20 languages). It’s also paid off for them. However, it may not have. There are countless examples of massive marketing campaigns failing. But let's stay on the bright side and take a quick look of those, who successfully implemented Agile within their marketing departments.


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Innovation Funneling System framework

Innovation is not confined to products and services. The practice of innovative thought must permeate your business. You must be continually alert to opportunities to improve all aspects of business operations. Only in this way can you succeed in the marketplace. Innovation, like evolution is the key to survival. When your business ceases to innovate, it will cease to exist.


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Interview with Dan Toma, author of “The Corporate Startup”

Dan Tom is the award-winning author of "The Corporate Startup." Dan has concrete personal experiences, insights into many other good practices, and is full of life lessons on innovation and startups. We talked to him about changing big organizations - how, why, and in what way.


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Collection of TEDx talks on innovation

As you’ve probably figured out already, we are big fans of TED - ideas worth sharing. They host brilliant speakers with yaw-dropping experiences and we decided to collect some of the best TED and TEDx talks related to innovation.


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Do you dare to play Playing Lean?

Playing Lean simulates the experience of launching a successful product into a board game that can be played in 90 minutes. Along the way, players will learn the core concepts and vocabulary of the Lean Startup. And they will remember it because they have experienced it.


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Top 5 skills of every CINO (Chief Innovation Officer)

Innovate or die—it’s a common refrain, and more and more organizations are taking it to heart and proactively pursuing innovation programs rather than waiting for innovation to happen. As a result, it’s becoming more and more common for businesses to have someone in their ranks with the title of chief innovation officer (CINO).


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Seven reasons to attend Trainers Master Class

We believe in the power of facilitation and the art of training design. We love seeing people learn in an engaging way and we embrace experiential learning. That is why we decided to share our knowledge - more trainers, more quality workshops, more knowledge.


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Kudo Cards – a simple rewarding system that works

How can we incentivize performance? How can we reward people for the work they’ve done? More importantly, how do we increase intrinsic motivation, instead of the more unreliable extrinsic motivation that rapidly fades away.


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Agile Transformation – Why and When?

Many organizations are struggling to apply the concepts of Agile because they view Agile as a new way of doing the same old thing. However, in our experience, leading a large-scale Agile Transformation isn’t about simply adopting a new set of attitudes, processes, and behaviors at the team level—it’s about changing your mindset.


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Increase participation in a training room

When executed properly training can radically impact a business. This could be by improving customer service and conflict management to bringing teams closer together or facilitating independent decision-making.


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Golden rules of giving and receiving feedback

Feedback is information we receive from our coworkers regarding our work, our behaviour and our performance. It enables you to grow as a professional and as a person, makes it easier to reach your goals, boosts your self-awareness and helps you understand others.


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Innovation vs. Added Value per Employee

Persistence on the same models can not bring more Added Value. Even Einstein stated, that doing the same thing while expecting different results, is nonsense.


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The story behind the Agile Slovenia conference

People don’t like change - at all. However, organizational change is already here and it’s happening faster than ever before. In the jungle of 2019, only the most agile companies will survive and all the rest will end up on a graveyard of dinosaur-like companies that were not able to adapt.


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Everything you need to know about fashionable Design Thinking?

Designing is more than creating products and services; it can be applied to systems, procedures, protocols, and customer experiences. Great design has that “wow” factor that makes products more desirable and services more appealing to users.


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Why does your team lack creativity?

There is a myth that creative geniuses are born, not made—but the idea that you can only be creative if you were born that way is so false. Hundreds of studies have demonstrated that creativity is a skill that can be built up, and very easily. Indeed, research has shown that only 30 percent of creativity is genetically predetermined. The remaining 70 percent is up to you.


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Why is Process Hack the next big thing?

The reason why this process is so successful is because each participant commits to a certain part of the activity which represents one of many puzzles that in the end create identified desired changes of that project.
It's all about optimizing a process through open communication and collaboration of everyone invited to this re-shaping and re-forming process.


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State of Agile Slovenia 2018

Companies want to become Agile. Some have already started the transformation, and the key factor in deciding for this kind of action is to increase efficiency. In the vast majority (70% of respondents), the companies started with agile transformation in a completely natural way and use individual elements and approaches.


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STO Hackathon

If you had a magic stick and one option: to create a new 5-star experience in Slovenian tourism, what would that be?
In cooperation with the Slovenian Tourism Organization, CorpoHub organized the first two-day all-Slovenian tourist Hackathon, marathon, group competition in solving business challenges, which took place on October 18 and 19, 2017 in Kranjska Gora, within the Days of Slovenian Tourism 2017.


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Gorenje Group International Business Hackathon

When thinking out of the box and finding new challenges had an unforgettable experience?
The Event was a two-day competition in solving business cases and teams had to prove to the Gorenje Group international jury of experts that they were the best and they were willing to win cash prizes and Gorenje appliances totally worth more than 17.000 EUR and had a chance to be amongst Gorenje future talents or even employees!


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Have focus, be disciplined

Unlike classic linear development (idea-prototype-production-sales), lean innovation is based on merging product, customer and market development.


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How to treat problems as challenges?

We all get ideas daily, we complain and talk about how we could make something better. But few people treat problems as challenges and do something about it.


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Management should challenge, motivate and enable!

It’s difficult to order innovations, we can only make sure they happen. What's important are ambition and management vision as well as a quick beginning. You only need a few hours for formulating the first version of the innovation challenge.


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Breakthrough with business models

The bright future of companies is directly dependent on how fast changes are introduced into business operations, of course, considering the speed with which the competition implements changes.


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