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Exclusive interview with Meredith Belbin (91)
Dr Raymond Meredith Belbin originally identified the Team Roles (Cambridge) now synonymous with his name while researching teams at Henley Business School during the 1970s
In 1981, Meredith Belbin expounded Team Role theory in his seminal book, Management Teams: Why they Succeed or Fail. The book was later named as one of the top 50 management books of all time.
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The importance of commercial innovation
Hello world, this blog is about commercial innovation, customer relationships and service design thinking, but also about personal and team coaching.
Digitization gives new possibilities but is also responsible for the current disruptive economy. In this disruptive economy, new powerhouses emerge as Google, Apple, Facebook and others. They ensure that even very old, large companies shake to their foundations and begin to question their existence. For example, banks and insurance companies, but also the automotive industry are all threatened by new entrants who use often IT and digital solutions and have often a fresh look at traditional challenges. Why doesn't drive a car independently? Why does a surgeon operate still manually? Why do we still use physical (paper) money to pay? Therefore, it is important that any organization continues to innovate. Certainly 'commercial innovation' has become even more important. It is not just about product innovation, but also about everything we do in order to service the customer better and the added customer value we create in this way. Read more about it next time.
Personal coaching to activate individual potential
In this blog and website, however, we will also write about the importance of human interaction, personal coaching and building teams. Especially in times of rapid change, the quality of human contact, personal performance and team functioning is more important than ever. Also striving for a better balance and to more happiness, both at work and in private life, deserve more attention. The demand for personal and team coaching is therefore rising.
Next time we continue with commercial innovation and different approaches.
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