Playing for the second time

Following our earlier announcement, we will regularly post for you some short reports about what your fellow FLIGBY players report to us on their personal leadership development learning and development journey with this outstanding psychometric edugame. Prof. Zoltan Buzady introduced FLIGBY to us on our international exchange program course on Decision Making Science at Corvinus…

Flow-Leadership at European Business Schools

Our Leadership & Flow Global Research Network has entered a strategic cooperation with Corvinus Business School, a leader in business and management education in Central Europe and beyond. Core of this new strategic alliance is to enable new generations of outstanding future leaders and manager to experience Csikszentmihalyi’s official Flow-promoting Leadership Development simulation game as…

Don’t play with it – DO take it serious

An interview with Peter Szabo, Requirement Area Manager at Ericsson   Why did you decide to play FLIGBY? We are all sort-of “Homo Ludens”-species. That is why the gamification principle has been so interesting to me and seems to be very successful nowadays. This might have led the creators of FLIGBY – Csikszentmihalyi’s Official Leadership Development…

On culinary temptations and CEE competitiveness

An editorial article by Zoltan Buzady, Associate Professor at Central European University, Hungary, & Director of our ‘Leadership & Flow Global Research Network’ in BBJ – The Budapest Business Journal on ‘Budapest Christmas Fair – Sausages – Competitiveness & CEE Business Cultures’: #cross-cultural-management #leadership #diversity#goodmanagement I feel privileged to live in beautiful Budapest: every day I…

Body & Mind – Flow & Leadership – Your Success!

On Prof. Buzady’s “New trends in Leadership” course we always had the body-mind-success theme trilogy to highlight and to exercise the connection between ‪wellness‬ and ‪leadership‬. This theme is now also the focus of a HBR article: We have forgotten that organizations are first and foremost places of human interaction, not justtransaction. Research shows that our greatest need…