Author Archives: julianstodd

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...

Blast Off

I’ve just hit ‘send’ on the final manuscript for my next book: the final title is “To the Moon and Back: Leadership Reflections from Apollo”, and it forms the next in my series of Social Age Guidebooks. This final illustration … Continue reading

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Silencing Voices

We live within busy systems: spaces filled with static, discourse, and noise. Through this fog we seek meaning: validation of views, membership and belonging, knowledge and clarity. But not all voices are equal, and not all voices are equally heard. … Continue reading

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Ways of Working: Perspective Shift

A great many Organisations have a focus on future ‘ways of working’: sometimes expressed as a future culture, sometimes as specific digital skills, often as an approach to innovation or change. These programmes represent the normalisation of change, and the … Continue reading

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Trends in Organisational Learning

I have been thinking about some broad trends in Organisational Learning, and sketched up this as a summary: it’s not intended to be definitive, but rather to indicate broad strokes, and to contextualise this as part of the move into … Continue reading

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Learning Science: Life Through a Lens – the Galileo story

As i draw to the end of the writing on the Learning Science Guidebook, i’m working on the summary and conclusions, starting with this story: it’s about how we may need to create our own tools, and share them generously. … Continue reading

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Words About Learning: Curiosity

Curiosity is garnering attention: its a proxy for change, a state of restless creativity, a permissive questioning of the status quo. A culture of curiosity is seen as something to be desired, when just a few years ago it would … Continue reading

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#WorkingOutLoud on the Prototype Community Diagnostic

i’m working this week on a Community Diagnostic, aimed to visualise a profile of a Community. The first iteration will have circa 100 questions, and is likely to be a rough affair, as it consolidates several earlier efforts. In these … Continue reading

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