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Twenty-four hours in Copenhagen

I just returned from Copenhagen. After this short trip, and my first experience there at reboot8, I am coming to know this fine city as a destination for intellectual refreshment.

The underlying purpose of the trip was to speak with Redassociates. They are an academically-rigorous user-centered innovation agency, whose anthropological methods and creative thinking are truly unique.

I also met with Jacob Botter, a partner of BetaHQ, a management consultancy that promotes organizing around the individual. They believe in ‘perpetual beta’, which maintains that all things alive are changing and evolving. As Jacob says: “we should stop considering things done.”

It was also a great treat to be with Alex Kjerulf, who’s writing a book about happiness and organizational effectiveness. Last week he stayed in a Danish Maximum security prison as part of a consulting project for the prison services. Reboot impresario and inspiring entrepreneur Thomas Madsen-Mygdal also joined us, and as usual, had some thrilling thoughts.

One Comment

  1. Hey Josh – it was great to meet you too. Thanks for a great evening and good luck with the “big new project”. If you need inspiration on making them happy at work, you know who to talk to :o )

    And we’re looking forward to your notes from the evening :o )

    Friday, June 23, 2006 at 7:58 am | Permalink

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