#WorkingOutLoud on Experimentation in ‘The Trust Sketchbook’

I thought i’d share another illustration from The Trust Sketchbook today: this one looking at the role of ‘trust’ in experimentation, and hence the ability of an organisation to become Socially Dynamic. I completed six pages today, so good progress with the colouring.

The Trust Sketchbook illustration

The Trust Sketchbook will be a co-created exploration of how trust is held, how it flows, and what we can do to encourage it!

About julianstodd

Author, Artist, Researcher, and Founder of Sea Salt Learning. My work explores the context of the Social Age and the intersection of formal and social systems.
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8 Responses to #WorkingOutLoud on Experimentation in ‘The Trust Sketchbook’

  1. Don McPhee says:

    When we and our organisations talk about failure, do we know how we define failure and do we know our organisations define failure. Most organisations would struggle if asked to explain what failure looks like in the context of their organisation.

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