Category Archives: Change

#WorkingOutLoud Sharing Extracts From ‘The Change Handbook’

Today i’m sharing a section I’ve just completed around the ’16 Amplifiers of Change’, specifically, a section on ‘validation’. The premise is that we can amplify change if we align with a range of these factors, and ‘validation’ is about … Continue reading

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Sharing Extracts From ‘The Change Handbook’

I’m spending the whole of this week writing ‘The Change Handbook: building the Socially Dynamic Organisation’, as i try to complete a full first draft this week. As is my habit when dedicated to long from writing, i’m not creating … Continue reading

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An Overview of the Dynamic Change Framework

I’m spending the whole of this week #WorkingOutLoud, trying to complete a full draft of the book called ‘The Change Handbook: Building the Socially Dynamic Organisation’. Regular readers will recognise that, through various iterations, i’ve been working on this for … Continue reading

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Running Away From The Circus: Change In Two Dimensions

I came across this wonderfully written story charting the final performances of Ringling Bros and Barnum & Bailey Circus this week. The whole circus travelled by train, nearly 70 carriages, over a mile long, some for storage and transport, but … Continue reading

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Intractable Resistance: Frustrated Change

There is a familiar dilemma around change: if we focus on small and manageable projects, it’s easy to define, easy to achieve, but ultimately often fragmented and ineffective when it comes to addressing the wider challenge. But if we focus … Continue reading

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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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