Food Industry 4.0 Boosted by Leadership Simulations

A contribution to the global academic research blog series written by Anna Freund Ph.D. Candidate at Corvinus University of Budapest, Hungary Expert in Food Industry 4.0 I recently participated in the ‘Experimental Learning, Flow & Serious Gaming’ Ph.D. course delivered by Dr. Zoltan Buzady at our university. This was the first time I came across…

Teaching Blue Ocean

The FLIGBY lab was contacted recently by one of our North American academic partners to find a way for using FLIGBY teaching Blue Ocean concept. Since FLIGBY was used already for explaining and demonstrating many different leadership approaches, we were happy to help to create a comprehensive syllabus for the “Blue Ocean” class too. Teaching Blue Ocean –…

Making the right decision

You’ve started to work as a new GM at a winery only a couple of days ago. You are holding a management meeting for working out new strategies, mission and vision. Two of your colleagues would like to leave the meeting saying: a pipe burst for the millionth time in a short period and they…

Empowered employee: a manager’s dream or nightmare?

In theory every manager would like to be surrounded by initiative, problem solver, responsible and competent employees who have their own authority and great decision makers as well. In theory – because in practice they fear that such an employee is like a threat for their leader: they think that such subordinate will apply for their…

Intuitive thinking

Do you find that you are required to make complex decisions facing with uncertainty in a hurry? Have you ever felt that you are supposed to take into consideration too many facts, data and numbers to make a decision in today’s fast paced environment? Are you confident in using your gut feelings in these kind…