Thought: Agile and new work are the buzzwords associated with successful change. If a company follows the recipes and ingredients associated with these two words, then the cooperation becomes more constructive, the attitude of the workforce more efficient and the performance noticeably better.
Question: If I want to achieve an observable, profound change, is it enough to introduce new information into a given system that merely brings about a change of perspective within the system – which remains intact?
Claim: If I want to bring about the transition from a dominant system 1 to a desired system 2, would I then also have to question and change the foundations of system 1? Because what I want to create is a new, until now non-existent framework for action with which I can meet my challenges.
Thought: Is this perhaps new and agile?