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In the last 12 months I have spent a good portion of my time learning how to cook better. It has been a way to reconnect to more.. manual labor: touching, smelling, peeling, tasting different ingredients. Creating food compositions. A welcome diversion from my daily digital work which involves almost no sensory involvement, and who’s outcome is, often, not particularly tangible. But I digress, let me get to the point.

I have found quite a few parallels between the world of cooking and that of business. Here is a list of the ones that come to mind first

1. Good…


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Introduction: It’s been less than a year since I received my shiny, and much anticipated, master degree diploma. Yesterday, out of nostalgia, I decided to take a look at it again. Memories aside, what really got my mind rolling, was the main sentences printed in large characters on the front page: “You have successfully completed your Master Degree in Innovation Management”. There it stood with all the glory that a size 16 bold, Trebuchet font can muster. A deceivingly simple sentence.

Question: Now if you take a moment to actually think about the possible meanings of this sentence, you start…


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Last week I received the invite to be part of the “reference group” for Copenhagen Business School’s ‘Job Search Academy’ program. It feels very good to be able to be a part of this. Barely two years ago I was on the other side of the barricade, participating in the program that I now am invited to mentor. Having experienced first hand, many of the doubts and insecurities that cloud the mind of a soon to graduate, I wanted to share a few words advice that are not spoken as often as I would like. …

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