Monthly Archives: September 2015

Sharing an extract from the new book: ‘Welcome to the Social Age’

I’m writing this week so, as is my usual practice, am sharing some of the live work as it tumbles out. The new book is provisionally entitled ‘Organisational Change in the Social Age’, and is based around the framework i’ve … Continue reading

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Sharing an extract from the new book: Organisational Change in the Social Age

Over the last month or so i’ve been working up a series of articles around Change: a framework that explores manifestations of change in organisations and seeks to provide a route map to agility. Today i started pulling all of … Continue reading

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Game Mechanics versus Game Dynamics

I’m presenting some new work next week, a session entitled ‘Beyond Badges: Game Dynamics in Learning‘. As i pull that session together, i’m refining some of my earlier work and finding the right framework to present it in. I’ve settled … Continue reading

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Change Curve: Filling in the Gaps

Yesterday i finished the first pass through the Change Curve framework: it’s been fun writing it over the last couple of months and i’m thinking about taking some time to develop it into a book. As i’ve been reading through … Continue reading

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Change Curve: The Dynamic Change Process [Part 5] – Narrative

I’m entering into the final part of the Dynamic Change model, which forms part of the overall Change Curve framework. The Change Curve framework identifies three manifestations of organisational change: ‘Resistant‘, where the organisation kills change conversations, ‘Constrained‘, where it … Continue reading

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Change Curve: The Energy of Change

As i continue to develop the work around the Change Curve, i’m writing a series of pieces to fill in the gaps: as i develop the book out of this, they will slot in to complete earlier narratives. Today, i’m … Continue reading

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Tacit and Tribal Knowledge: Socially Moderated Sense Making

Before i complete my writing around the Change Curve framework, i’m pausing to reflect and rehearse some language around tribal, tacit knowledge. A common thread that lies through the work around Social Learning, Social Leadership, and my more recent Change … Continue reading

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