Monthly Archives: February 2017

Six Week Change: Small Steps to Transformation

A Socially Dynamic Organisation is not just a mild reworking of a formal one: it’s not just a case of repainting it and adding some alloys. It’s a fundamentally adapted creature: an organisation that is evolved to be fit for … Continue reading

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Dimensions of the Socially Dynamic Organisation

Today has been a long day, working with the HR leaders of a range of global businesses exploring aspects of the Social Age, tomorrow I will lead a session on how we build the Socially Dynamic organisation. This is one … Continue reading

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Black Swans: Disruption of Power. A #WorkingOutLoud post

As this is a writing week, i’m focussed on long form writing, so not writing much new just for the blog (which i count as my ‘first reflective space‘, my daily musings). Instead, i’m #WorkingOutLoud and sharing elements of the … Continue reading

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#Writing Week: Reputation

Illustrating the section on Reputation today, for the Social Leadership 100 book: two images shared here, both around activities where we look at the reputation that others hold, and the reputation that we ourselves earn. As an update: this week … Continue reading

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#Writing Week: Reducing Noise

One of the things that Social Leaders do is to reduce the noise in the system: they filter the signal and reduce the clutter. Today, i’m sharing two of the illustrations that I’ve been working on for the new book, … Continue reading

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#Writing Week – Illustrations on Social Leadership

I’ve managed to complete 14 new illustrations today, which may be a record… as this is a writing week, where i am focussed on completing the Social Leadership 100 Days book, no new writing, but sharing some images as part … Continue reading

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#Writing Weeks: Setting the Rules

You may have heard me say that i’m trying to take one full week a month for pure writing: it’s a luxury, yes, but i really find value in that type of uninterrupted time, especially when it comes time to … Continue reading

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