What would you do differently in Denmark, if you had today’s knowledge?

As a project manager, I have always run “Lessons Learned”-sessions at the end of a project, where we talked through the things that have worked and those that did not. The most revealing question is, “how would I do things differently, if I had today’s knowledge?”. And at the end of the book-project on "DOs and DON'Ts in Danish workplace culture", I’ll have done the same and shared what I would like to have known up front when I started working in Denmark and the things I would like to have done differently. Sharing these thoughts can help newcomers to be “smart right from the start”, in line with the Worktrotter motto.

What would you like to have known? DDoing which things different would have changed the course of things?

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