Bricks+Brands Podcast

Unlocking Creativity Through Radical Knowledge Management Featuring Stephanie Barnes

May 10, 2022 Benjamin Warsinske Season 1 Episode 23
Bricks+Brands Podcast
Unlocking Creativity Through Radical Knowledge Management Featuring Stephanie Barnes
Show Notes

On this episode of the Bricks+Brands Podcast, my guest is a Chief Chaos Organizer based in Berlin, Germany with a focus on helping people and organizations become more collaborative, innovative, flexible, and transparent, moving towards flattening hierarchies, improving employee engagement and adapting an ever evolving environment. 

With an impressive skill set including strategy development, requirements analysis, business process development, problem solving, communication, change management, creativity and innovation, Stephanie is well equipped to help people and organizations become more collaborative, innovative, flexible, and transparent, moving towards flattening hierarchies, improving employee engagement and adapting an ever evolving environment. 

You’ll walk away after listening to this episode:

  • What Radical Knowledge Management (KM) is
  • Why sustainable leadership behaviors are more closely linked to creativity than first glance
  • Why organizations miss the mark when it comes to allowing their employees to tap into their creative capacity
  • Plus a whole lot more!

Meet Stephanie Barnes

Stephanie Barnes is Chief Chaos Organizer at Entelechy, a consultancy whose main purpose is helping people and organizations become more collaborative, innovative, flexible and transparent as they flatten hierarchies, improve employee engagement and adapt to an ever-evolving environment.

As an artist and passionate expert in knowledge management and culture change, Stephanie advocates for curiosity, playfulness and creative learning as the cornerstones of the journey towards knowledge, a context-sensitive notion whose principles have been educated out of us through production line thinking.

Aside from her expertise and experience in the realm of Knowledge Management, Stephanie holds a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration with Honours from Brock University (St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada) and a Master’s degree in Business Administration from McMaster University (Hamilton, Ontario, Canada). 

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