How do I boost our energy? How do I stay awake and alive? If the company knew what it knew and entrepreneurial spirit was lived by everyone, all performance could be increased. Pure energy! Pure wishful thinking? Mostly yes. Because two important obstacles stand in the way of interdisciplinary cooperation, know-how transfer, and autonomy awareness: silo thinking and service-by-direction behavior. These two factors will not disappear as a result of New Leadership or New Work. They are an expression of a corporate structure that has been strongly hierarchical for decades, with a corresponding top-down decision-making culture. In short, they are still preferred today as focused actions and are promoted unilaterally by increasing standardization. Within this, employees have simply forgotten how to open up at lightning speed, how to pass on their knowledge, and how not to answer critical issues with worrywart automatisms but to see them as a source of inspiration. In addition, today’s planning processes seem to be a systematic attempt to replace the unloved coincidence with deliberate error. In a time of maximum speed of change, openness, improvisational power, and spontaneity are the immediate key sources to constantly revitalize the company’s energy balance and not to constantly frustrate the workforce by changing goals. This requires practical exercises and not theoretical managerial games: we don’t make a plan but create something physically tangible. Together with employees, we create MVPs (minimum viable products) that literally make all previous procedures at your company look old. We have developed the following methods for rethinking collusive co-creation: a) Playful Co-Creation: Engaging in an open(-outcome) game to increase the enjoyment of each other and the willingness to work together in general beyond immediate business goals; b) Art Walking: Joint inspiration tour in order to see things through the eyes of others; c) Facing Truth: A test of honesty that brings hidden dissent to light so that it can be confronted; d) Building Purpose: Search for a common intrinsic basis for motivation; e) Creative Jam Session: The power of immediate interdisciplinary collaboration.