Sharing Extracts From ‘The Change Handbook’

I’m spending the whole of this week writing ‘The Change Handbook: building the Socially Dynamic Organisation’, as i try to complete a full first draft this week. As is my habit when dedicated to long from writing, i’m not creating anything new for the blog, but sharing extracts of what i’m writing. These some snapshots as i work between the digital copy and the full printout (i like having a paper copy to make notes on).

The Change Handbook

The Change Handbook (which is still a working title) explores how organisations change, and how they become constrained in change, as well as sharing a vision of how we can help them to become more ‘socially dynamic’, with both great formal strength, and great strength of engaged communities.

The Change Handbook

The manuscript is around 65k words right now, but still some work to do to get to a full draft.

The Change Handbook

I’ve been working on aspects of this (and #WorkingOutLoud, sharing extracts on the blog) for around three years now.

The Change Handbook

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About julianstodd

A learning and development professional specialising in e-learning and learning technology.
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