Category Archives: Change

Traditional Strengths

I’ve shared a couple of reflective posts over the last week about to change, and the need for organisations to adapt. The nature of the disruption that we face is broad, and a simple belief that we are immune is … Continue reading

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Those Things We Think Are Cast in Stone

It’s a mistake to believe that those things we view as permanent are inherently so: just because something is familiar does not mean that it is permanent. This was on my mind today talking about cars: against a background of … Continue reading

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Projects: The Enemy of Change?

To adapt our organisations to thrive in the Social Age will require a holistic pattern of adaptation: you cannot fix an ecosystem challenge with a single touch point. Reflecting on this got me thinking about projects, and more specifically whether … Continue reading

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Six Week Change: Small Steps to Transformation

A Socially Dynamic Organisation is not just a mild reworking of a formal one: it’s not just a case of repainting it and adding some alloys. It’s a fundamentally adapted creature: an organisation that is evolved to be fit for … Continue reading

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Dimensions of the Socially Dynamic Organisation

Today has been a long day, working with the HR leaders of a range of global businesses exploring aspects of the Social Age, tomorrow I will lead a session on how we build the Socially Dynamic organisation. This is one … Continue reading

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Who Has Your Back?

Fortunate enough to see Cirque Du Soleil tonight: a troupe of tumblers being a highlight. Nine men, ranging from heavyset to light, each taking their place in the routine. Diversity being a strength, quite literally in this case. One thing … Continue reading

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To Seek A Truth

One cannot help but be caught up in the frenzy of thinking and discussion around politics, truth or post truth, facts or lack thereof, communication, and change. There’s no doubt that a lot is happening. I’m deeply uneasy: not specifically … Continue reading

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