Trust and Change: Exploring the Social Age

This week i’ve prototyped two new bodies of work: on Wednesday I shared the Landscape of Trust work for the first time, and today I ran through the whole Dynamic Change Framework with a group from the NHS. These two research areas significantly expand the landscape of the Social Age: trust is a theme that runs throughout Social Leadership, Social Learning, and culture, and the change work I anticipate being a core theme that I will continue to explore as change is constant in the Social Age.

Aspects of the Socially Dynamic Organisation - Diversified Strength

A Socially Dynamic Organisation is agile not through system, process and codified strength, but rather through its ability to engage with it’s communities. It’s strong through a diversified strength, through it’s willingness to be curious and permeable to new ideas and expertise. In that spirit, this week has been challenging: sharing new work, new thoughts, much of which are still stuck at the ‘complex’ space, but we can only get to ‘simple’ through complexity: we have to iterate, prototype and find the core narrative. And where better to do that than in our communities?

About julianstodd

Author and Founder of Sea Salt Learning. My work explores the Social Age. I’ve written ten books, and over 2,000 articles, and still learning...
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1 Response to Trust and Change: Exploring the Social Age

  1. Pingback: Exploring the Triangle of Trust | Julian Stodd's Learning Blog

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