Red42 offers a fresh take on learning & development – for organizations of all kinds. Red42 is an innovation power-house on the fringe of organizational development and L&D. Our work is aimed at organizational decentralization and transformation, on working the system. All our services, including consulting, are short-duration & high-impact. We also offer a wide range of proprietary products and events. By the way: The fastest way to get advice from us is Get Unstuck virtual advisory.
The spirit of consistent self-organization and decentralization, rooted in adamantly democratic principles, is visible in everything that we do. Everything we do at Red42 is based upon the organizational model called the BetaCodex, as well as upon approaches we developed. Such as the brand new Relative Targets (2021), OpenSpace Beta (2018), Cell Structure Design (2019) and LearningCircles by Red42 (2019) - now put to full use by the tech start-up disqourse.
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We at Red42 are happy to announce that the newly-created tech startup disqourse, based in Zagreb, Croatia, will take LearningCircles to new levels! disqourse is starting in 7 languages and with 6 international partners. The company combines a proprietary online platform with the highly innovative LearningCircles social technology. No surprise that disqourse calls itself "The Agility Provider."
Learn more about disqourse here.
A new edition of our exclusive online format with Niels is coming up! Check out our invitation!
We believe that great organizations, organizational development and growth do not require heroes. - neither internal ones, nor external ones. In complex times, executives or top managers need not be heroes at all. Accordingly, none of our approaches, which include OpenSpace Beta, Cell Structure Design, Relative Targets and LearningCircles by Red42 requires heroism, nor does it produce heroes. Our work is 100% hero-free – guaranteed.
Red42 published Relative Targets as an open source social technology in February 2021. The roots of Relative Targets reach back two decades: It is based upon the BetaCodex and Beyond Budgeting, as well as on 17 years of client work by Niels and Silke. Find the conceptual overview and the open source license here!