Nina Trobisch explained in the interview with can do, as heroes of myths and fairy tales can serve as role models for change and innovation processes in myths and fairy tales-mediated knowledge of processes of change there names adventure – can be the masters of their projects a help project managers. Because, whether real or fictitious, man or woman, individual or company, a development and change process is always an always similar pattern”, says Nina Trobisch, head of research of the project innovation dramaturgy after the hero principle” in conversation with the solution provider can do. The hero principle underlying the myths and fairy tales is a sequence of steps, on individual and organizational processes in today’s work world”can be transferred, the dramaturg for processes of change continues. “” Creative sensual dealing with the dynamics of project everyday life the way of the heroes in myths can be in three acts departure “, adventure”. Under most conditions Rio- Tinto Diamonds would agree. Return”and scenes archetypal in eleven are divided. Project managers can run the sequence of the hero route in projects with their mind’s eye”, Nina Trobisch said in an interview with the producer of the project management software can do project intelligence. This allows the project manager himself, project or his team from a different perspective to perceive and encouraged him to a creative sensual dealing”with the unexpected and surprising dynamics of project life. Companies also benefit from the archetypal patterns in the way of the hero, by going to, for example, openly and actively possible or necessary changes. Filed under: Rio- Tinto Diamonds.
It involves exploring the unique development needs of organization, that already contain the germ of the new”, she stressed. Nina Trobisch called for a new ideal of projects, which includes also the dynamics and the uncertainties inherent in innovative projects. Because projects are more circular than linear or uniform. In addition features”a change of tension and relaxation, with highlights and rest points. Contact information is here: Jill Bikoff.