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ageism - reflection podcast #7

ageism - reflection podcast #7

September 12, 2019

This podcast is about age discrimination, or in a broader sense: ageism. In this reflection podcast we talk about the mechanical and organic view on age. Please tune in & enjoy. 

Want more? Please have a look at 'Ageism - c'est la vie?' on our website

the human dataset - reflection podcast #6

the human dataset - reflection podcast #6

September 4, 2019

This podcast is about the human dataset: possibly reducing a human being to a set of traits, behaviors, skills for reasons of hiring, firing, talent management, development, strategic HR and so on. Is this something to stay? Will it be good or evil? This is the follow up on our blog 'This is you. Or not.' Please tune in & enjoy. 

human resources - reflection podcast #5

human resources - reflection podcast #5

June 7, 2019

This podcast is about the human resources function - its past, present, innovation and value. We talk about mechanistic & organic organizations and their relation to HRM. Please tune in & enjoy. 

organizational DNA - reflection podcast #3

organizational DNA - reflection podcast #3

September 28, 2018

This podcast is about 'the organic DNA of organizations'. László takes us through four types of organic cultures and the place of business amongst these. We talk about business myths, mapping identity, mechanistic & organic organizations and the well-being of the individual. Summing it all up: "everyone should become a master". Please tune in & enjoy. 

Addendum: the book mentioned, is by the Spanish Jesuit priest Baltasar Gracian: 'The art of worldly wisdom'.

“6000 Years of civilization could lead us only to $400 monthly income”

“6000 Years of civilization could lead us only to $400 monthly income”

April 11, 2018

In this podcast, Authentic Organization has a conversation with György Szabó, former CEO of Sanoma Budapest and now supporting Hungarian innovations to be implemented in international markets. We spoke about the role of men & women in society & business; the future of business and about companies as profit generators or being socially driven. Interviewers are Gerard van der Molen and László Kövári. We hope you'll enjoy the podcast.

 

navigating the irrational - reflection podcast #1

navigating the irrational - reflection podcast #1

December 13, 2017
After posting three episodes of podcasts on leadership-led organizations (#1), holacracy & extreme transparency (#2) and the human side of business (#3), what do we think of these things? In our first ‘reflection podcast’ we look at all these topics from a traditional perspective.  We gladly take you on a tour of 75 minutes of dialogue. Besides our regular podcasts, we are planning for future reflection-episodes as well. Hope you like our 1st. Please tune in & enjoy.
 
If you're wondering what is a traditional perspective, check out ‘Critical Thinking - introduction to navigating the irrational’: https://www.amazon.com/Laszlo-Kovari/e/B019H99KG4.
 
“Uber is an example of value-driven leadership gone bad”

“Uber is an example of value-driven leadership gone bad”

June 14, 2017

Our interview with prof. dr. Ron Meyer on leadership, leadership-led organizations and the recent scandals at Uber. Interviewers are Lászlo Kövari and Gerard van der Molen from www.authenticorganization.com For text version pls. visit: authenticorganization.com/interview-with-prof-dr-ron-meyer/ Ron Meyer is Professor of Strategic Leadership at TIAS, the business school of Tilburg University and Eindhoven University of Technology. He is also the managing director of the Centre for Strategy & Leadership, an international research, consulting and management development organization, based in The Netherlands.