Monthly Archives: September 2017

The Next Step

The gap between ‘safety’, and ‘risk’ is quite small, although different for every person to comprehend. I was driven back to this thought time and again this week, across a number of different conversations that relate to ‘The Fear’ that … Continue reading

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The Art of Science

I was speaking to a paediatric consultant earlier, and asked him whether he felt his work was art, or science, and whether he had felt this shift over time. Cognitively, we become adept at pattern matching, whilst sociologically, we learn … Continue reading

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#TakeAKnee

Something strange is happening, but i’m unclear, as yet, what momentum it will build: as part of #WorkingOutLoud, i try to observe, analyse, and share the earliest stage reflections, so please take it in that spirit (and not an overtly … Continue reading

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The Innovation Trap

Everyone wants it, but it remains elusive to most. Organisations invest vast amounts of money in facilities, people, programmes, and process, and yet fail to capture it’s essence, whilst in a garage a group of students demonstrate it, and raise … Continue reading

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The Trust Conference 2018

I’m curating the first ‘Trust Conference’, which will take place in London on 6th February 2018. It will be my first chance to share the full body of 2017 research into the Landscape of Trust. I will be sharing the … Continue reading

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10 Truths at the Start of the Social Age

1. Evolved Context: any conversation, any business model, any structure of organisation, any activity, all take place within the evolved context of the Social Age, which represents new models of organisation, democratisation, social accountability, connectivity, and effectiveness. 2. ‘Nearly’ is … Continue reading

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#WorkingOutLoud on The Projection and Flow of Trust

Some more early stage #WorkingOutLoud around the Landscape of Trust today. I’ve been thinking about culture, and the influence of trust within this: does high trust hold a culture static, or make it dynamic? Recently i shared some early work … Continue reading

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