life at beanmachine

Fire 6
Gabba, fire and a first value exercise

Make a shortlist of about 100 company values. Let your kids write them all down on pieces of cardboard in exchange for ice cream. Attach them (the values, not your kids) to a chicken wire fence. Now all it takes is a great campfire dialogue. Just burn every value that doesn't stick with the stories you share the next hours. On exactly such a night, these are the values Beanmachine decided to keep. 

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switzerland
“Every social and global issue is a business opportunity in disguise”
By Bruno Vanneste
Not my quote. It was Peter Drucker’s statement, a long time ago. So business sustainability is not new. However, for decades now most companies only worked on sustainability as a marketing gimmick. For others it was about managing (reputation) risk. Result: focus on only environmental issues or on CSR charity actions. Rather disappointing, wouldn’t you agree?
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Predictable Success book
Predictable Succes
By Les McKeown
The book guides you through several phases of growth, each with its own characteristics and challenges. And just when you start enjoying a phase, sorry but then it's up to the next (if you want success, that is).

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