Monthly Archives: October 2015

Change Curve: Overcoming the Broadcast model

‘Broadcast‘ is not simply a technology, but rather a mindset: a mindset in which the organisation believes that it owns both the authentic story and the authority over the story. A firm belief in both ownership and the right to … Continue reading

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Broadcast

I’m expanding out parts of the Change framework, writing today about ‘Broadcast‘ models, and how we need to overcome them in order to effect co-created and co-owned change: to become truly Dynamic. ‘Broadcast‘ was an old model, when the mechanisms … Continue reading

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Change Curve: Overcoming Stasis

I’m elaborating aspects of the Change Curve framework, a piece of work i’m developing to help organisations move from ‘Resistant‘ to change to ‘Dynamic‘. This is one of a series of articles unpacking the new model around segmenting resistance. Restricting … Continue reading

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Functional Inequality

This is one of a series of posts i’ve been writing around ‘An Imperfect Humanity‘. They are reflective and self developmental explorations of how one charts a path through often difficult moral and ethical dimensions of working in a global … Continue reading

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Change Curve: Segmenting Resistance [Pt1]

Today’s post is part of a series of articles expanding on the Change Curve framework, a piece of work i’m developing to help organisations move from ‘Resistant‘ to change to ‘Dynamic‘. This is the first of four articles unpacking the … Continue reading

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San Francisco: Co-Existence in Culture

Few cities have more layers than San Francisco, it’s Victorian houses baked onto the hillsides, streetcars hauling up inclines and everywhere the coffee shops and bistros. It’s a city in change, a city in flux: both old and new, layered … Continue reading

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Change Curve: Foundations of Change

I’m coming to the end of my initial work to define the full Change Curve framework. It outlines three manifestations of organisational change: ‘Resistant‘ organisations, who oppose and deny change, ‘Constrained‘ ones, who seek it but fail to achieve it, … Continue reading

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