Die Grundlagen der OKR-Methode
macrolearningDie Grundlagen der OKR-Methode
Die Grundlagen der OKR-Methode
Stellen Sie sich manchmal die Frage, welche Ziele Ihr Unternehmen eigentlich genau verfolgt und wie Sie mit Ihrer Arbeit zur Verwirklichung dieser Ziele beitragen können? Möchten Sie transparent über Unternehmenswerte, Vision und Strategie informiert werden, damit Sie Ihrerseits besser und zielführender arbeiten können? Wünschen Sie sich eine effektivere und klare Kommunikation in Ihrem Team und zwischen den unterschiedlichen Abteilungen? Dann lohnt sich ein Blick auf das agile Führungs- und Zeitmanagement-Framework „OKR“. Das „O“ in OKR steht für Objectives, also die Ziele, die Sie mithilfe der OKR-Methode für sich, Ihr Team oder Ihr Unternehmen benennen. Hinter dem „K“ und dem „R“ stecken die Key Results, also die notwendigen Schlüsselkompetenzen auf dem Weg zu Ihren Zielen. Durch die überlegte und klare Benennung der Objectives und Key Results schafft die OKR-Methode einen klaren und transparenten Fokus auf das, was im Moment am wichtigsten ist, und hilft Unternehmen dabei, wenige konkrete Ziele auf exakt definiertem Weg zu erreichen. Klingt gut? Dann werfen Sie doch einen Blick in unser E⁠-⁠Training.
Innovation – Ein innovatives Mindset fördern
macrolearningInnovation – Promoting an Innovative Mindset
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Innovative thinking can be learned. Developing an innovative mindset and promoting it in team members follows certain prerequisites and comes with some hidden stumbling blocks. In this e⁠-⁠training course, you will find out how you and your team can overcome what works against innovation and how to get mentally prepared for innovation.
Innovation – Methoden für den Innovationsprozess
macrolearningInnovation – Methods for the Innovation Process
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Innovations must always have a place within a company. At the beginning of this e⁠-⁠training course, we will explain which phases characterize innovation processes. We will also take a closer look at a range of possible approaches to innovation development. There is a wealth of different approaches and methods for achieving different goals. In this e⁠-⁠training course, we will look at some of them in detail and show you which goals managers and innovation teams can achieve with them, as well as how they actually work.
Innovation – Prototypen bedarfsgerecht entwickeln und testen
macrolearningInnovation—Needs-based Development and Testing of Prototypes
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Innovations and the testing of new developments are closely interconnected. In this e⁠-⁠training course, we will show you methods for prototyping, how to use them in the most needs-based way with relatively little effort, and how to gain important insights from them at an early stage and thus save costs.
Agile Führung
macrolearningAgile Leadership
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"Agility" is the answer to ever shorter-term planning processes and ever faster change. "Leadership" must also be rethought in this context. This e⁠-⁠training therefore puts the classic leadership tools to the test. It is divided into the areas of mindset (understanding of leadership), skillset (leadership competencies) and toolset (leadership tools). For all three areas, we will examine how thinking and the respective methods and tools must change in order to continue to meet the requirements of successful leadership.
Design Thinking in der Praxis
macrolearningDesign Thinking
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The e⁠-⁠training was developed by design thinking practitioners. At the center is a real-life, anonymized project. It shows how a manufacturer of garage doors developed new products and solutions using a design thinking process. In this way the participants get to know the so-called problem space and the solution space in a vivid way. They also learn the three steps that lead through the two spaces. The participants learn what prerequisites must be created in order to apply design thinking. And they will be enabled to carry out their own projects along the design thinking method. In a special chapter, the persona concept is also presented in the context of the practical example.
Kreativitätstechniken – Methodenkoffer
macrolearningFostering Creativity – Methods für your Toolbox
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Every company wants creative employees with lots of good ideas. "Be creative!"—has probably never spurred anyone on to imaginative high performance. But creativity can be encouraged and practiced. This e⁠-⁠learning introduces various methods and techniques for finding creative ideas —from classics such as brainstorming to stimulus image analysis. The focus of the training is in animated explanatory films. The video lectures introduce various creativity techniques and explain framework conditions that are necessary to successfully implement the methods. Specifically, the following techniques and methods will be covered: Brainstorming and Brainwriting, the 635 method, the Six Thinking Hats, the Walt Disney Method, and Stimulus Image Analysis. The e⁠-⁠learning contains valuable tips, concrete fields of application and "recipes" for a successful process. Transfer tasks help participants to integrate the methods and techniques into their everyday work. Learning questions after each module and a final test secure the learning results and confirm the achievement of the learning objectives.
Agiles Mindset Entwickeln
macrolearningDeveloping an Agile Mindset
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The focus is on video lectures and a workbook. In the video lectures a professional presenter leads through the topic. He interprets the film scenes and uses explanatory films to show the creation and effect of different mindsets. Transfer tasks help the participants to reflect on their own mindset. The workbook serves to systematically develop new perspectives and can be used for self-organized learning as well as for work in learning groups.
Digitalisierung verstehen – Was der digitale Wandel für Unternehmen und im Job bedeutet
macrolearningUnderstanding Digitalization
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In the e⁠-⁠training "Understanding Digitalization" presenter Christina takes participants on a journey into the digital world. She shows that digitization is not just about converting physical products and applications into digital products and applications. But that it is above all about the data that is generated in the process. In this process, traditional companies are disappearing - and new companies are emerging. In the same way, professions are changing. Even doctors may be replaced by digital technologies. The presenter introduces the new power of customers and the need for customer centricity as another significant change. Through transfer tasks, participants are encouraged to examine their own professional environment and company for digital challenges and potential.
Kanban – Die Methode
macrolearningWorking with the Kanban Board
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To ensure that the participants do not only get to know Kanban in its short form as a planning tool, the e⁠-⁠learning first briefly goes into its development. On the basis of the development in the Japanese automotive industry, they get to know the "flow idea" behind Kanban. This should enable the participants to use the method more creatively and purposefully. A case study from the manufacturing industry will also make Kanban tangible. The participants will learn the different ways to handle a Kanban board. They also learn about the most important elements such as "Work in Progress Limits" and the "Pull Principle".
Scrum – Der Überblick
macrolearningScrum – The Overview
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The e⁠-⁠learning shows the background and development of scrum. This enables the participants to classify and understand scrum. At the center are the basics of scrum as described by Jeff Sutherland in his book "The Scrum Revolution". The references to the Toyota principle and the Plan-Do-Check-Act method show that scrum had a broader horizon than software development from the beginning. Based on this, the essential characteristics of scrum are described: working in teams, focused work and the division into product owner, scrum master and team. The participants also learn what the basic organization of a project looks like according to scrum. The e⁠-⁠learning brings all participants to a high level of knowledge about scrum. It is ideal for the preparation for scrum projects and for the preparation for the different scrum roles.