deep strategic change – the netherlands
release date: 11 november 2020
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Albert shares his deep and meaningful journey from psychotherapist to strategic advisor during this wonderful conversation. In addition to his coaching and consulting work, Albert is a speaker and author who has inspired people around the world. He shares the news about the updated version of one of his books which will be released early next year.
Albert is a seasoned business coach and engaged in deep change processes for top management. For organisations like Philips, Heineken, Koninklijke Ten Cate, Tui, Johnson Controls, Transavia, RAI Amsterdam , Microsoft, LeasePlan, Atradius, Concertgebouw, GVB.
Founder and director of the European Centre for the Experience and Transformation Economy. Published “The Experience Economy, a new perspective, how to create meaningful experiences (Pearson 2005, 4th Edition 2015) and “Economy of Experiences (Boswijk, Peelen, Olthof 2012) and contributed to the Handbook of the Experience Economy Eds; Sunbo, Sorensen Roskilde University Elgar 2013. He is speaker, author with international reputation and guest lecturer at the University of Roskilde, University of Aalborg, University of Amsterdam and Tedx Stenden University.
The ‘Economy of Experiences’ book: http://www.experience-economy.com/page/view/37/our-book
European Centre for the Experience Economy videos: http://www.experience-economy.com/page/view/51
An excellent discussion between Albert and Robert Quinn: https://vimeo.com/80745587
Robert Quinn’s book, ‘Beyond Rational Management’ mentioned in the discussion: https://www.amazon.de/gp/product/1555423779/
The Team Academy, for young entrepreneurs: https://teamacademy.nl/
More books which have inspired Albert:
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