Now, we are in the Performing phase of our team development. We survived the norming and storming phase and are now at the highest point of productivity. At this moment, we are satisfied with what we have reached until now. This might have let to an increase in compliments about each other’s work e.g. have a look at the beautiful mindmap that janastaub did last week.
Thank you! You are great!
We are really happy that you frequently visit our blog and that you give some advices that can help us improve it. Those compliments encourage us to continue working as hard as we already do.
Blog posts of last week
ENERGY TURNAROUND PART II by Ferhat
After the interesting blog post The energy turnaround, Ferhat published his second post about this topic last week. By looking into the subject from a critical but never one-sided point of view, he succeeds in keeping us updated on this current and important issue.
WHAT ARE YOU WORTH? by Fenja
After having introduced the principle of value-pricing and timesheets in her last post, Fenja focused this week on what experts think about this issue. Does time equal money? What is our working time worth? Her well-structured and nicely written post provides the answer.
A SNAPSHOT OF MEXICAN BUSINESS CULTURE by janastaub
In her internationally oriented post, Johanna reveals the big influence that culture has on internal operations and business decisions. After giving general information about business culture, Johanna helps the reader to understand the topic by describing the concrete example of Mexican culture in business.
Following her great series of blog posts concerning the big issue of team work, Korinna now wrote about the recognition of individuals within a team and its importance. When reading her post, you’ll get to know everything about individual backgrounds, personality and motivation. Her text is supported by well-chosen graphs and images.
After introducing the topic of ICT in one of her former blog posts, Alexandra now asks the question: How will the application of ICT change with regards to the next generation? Have a look at it. You might learn something new as she further includes some programing tips at the end.
In my recent blog post, I give the reader an introduction of the wide-spread field of smartphone progress that should form the basis of my next post. Is the smartphone generation the fastest spreading innovation in human history? Read my blog post to find out.