Free eBook – ‘The Socially Dynamic Organisation: A New Model of Organisational Design’

My new book launches today. ‘The Socially Dynamic Organisation: A New Model of Organisational Design’ is the sixth in my series of Social Age Guidebooks, and is available as a free eBook, or from mid August will be on Amazon globally in paperback.

My broader work explores the context of the Social Age, and in this work i draw together a series of themes that i have been exploring over the last four years which consider how we must evolve our Organisations to adapt and thrive in this new environment.

To do so will require us to relinquish aspect of the old, and to innovate parts of the new.

A Socially Dynamic Organisation will hold a diversified strength, will be permeable to expertise, deeply fair, and changeable by design.

The central premise is the shift from the ‘domain’ organisation, vertically separated and reliant on codified strength, through to an interconnected and socially dynamic one, holding strength beyond system alone.

The most important chapter is probably the first one, which shares how the book itself is imperfect: in a time of constant change, a confident answer may be the most dangerous one.

Please feel free to share your thoughts and feedback on the work: all my work is shared as part of #WorkingOutLoud, within this community, and through constant iteration and application, it evolves.

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 Free eBook – ‘The Socially Dynamic Organisation: A New Model of Organisational Design’

  1. Pingback: ‘The Socially Dynamic Organisation’: Domains, Hierarchy, and Investment | Julian Stodd's Learning Blog

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