Category Archives: Curation

Social Leadership: Communities and meaning

We don’t just belong to one community: in the Social Age, we belong to many. Maybe there was a time when we all lived in caves and gathered around campfires to skin mammoths, when we were constrained by being in … Continue reading

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Opening Pandora’s box

A while ago i was thinking about ‘how people come to learn‘. There were four main reasons: planned, needs driven, curiosity and by accident. The next two days for me are going to be about curiosity and accidental learning, and … Continue reading

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The core skills of the social leader: Explaining the NET Model

Having spent some time exploring the three Dimensions of social leadership, today, for the first time, I wanted to present the three Dimensions and nine components in full, as well as look at the conceptual design [it turns out circles … Continue reading

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Curation in Social Leadership – a first draft

The 1st Dimension in the NET Model of Social Leadership is Narrative. Curation is one part of this, and it’s to do with how we shape our presence, how we curate our reputation. “Curation focuses on three states: discovery, perception … Continue reading

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The 1st Dimension of Social Leadership: Narrative in the NET model

Yesterday i introduced the NET model for Social Leadership, covering three dimensions: Narrative, Engagement and Technology. It’s a model for leadership in the Social Age, recognising the new ways that people are connected, recognising the evolving nature of work and … Continue reading

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The NET model for Social Leadership

I’m drawing together my ideas around Social Leadership to create a series of models and expand it into a book. Today i’m presenting a first draft of the top level model (i expect this to be the first iteration of … Continue reading

Posted in Agile, Authority, Book, Choreography, Collaboration, Community, Curation, Hierarchy, Leadership, Learning, Narrative, Social Capital, Storytelling | Tagged , , , , , , , , | 53 Comments

A methodology for learning. Part 7 – Footsteps

As we explore the final stage of my learning methodology, we leave the formal learning and move back into the everyday world. Footsteps is about how we transition from the abstract to the concrete, about how we support performance and … Continue reading

Posted in 'Just in time' learning, Blended Learning, Change, Context, Curation, Demonstration, Design, Disturbance, E-Learning, Engagement, Everyday Reality, Feedback, Footsteps, Learning, Learning Culture, Learning Design, Learning Journey, Learning Methodology, Practice | Tagged , , , , , , , , , | 4 Comments

Growing your social learning strategy: 11 key questions on authority and expertise

Knowledge management is a tricky thing. Expertise and authority may exist, but you can’t find it. In social learning, we want to engage with these experts, we need to build emergent communities with the power to make a difference, the … Continue reading

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Drawing upon the wisdom of the group: developing ideas of Social Leadership

Over the last week or so, i’ve been developing ideas around the Social Leader. I’ve been trying to adopt social learning approaches to this design exercise, exposing different parts of the ideas to different communities and individuals and making the … Continue reading

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Where should you invest your time? Taking control of learning

Something i’ve really learnt over the last few years is about time: how it’s stolen, lost, spent or invested, remembered, forgotten or enjoyed. Those of you who are regulars may recall that since Christmas i’ve been playing guitar everyday. I’ve … Continue reading

Posted in 'Just in time' learning, Achievement, Agile, Blog, Blogging, Change, Choices, Curation, Effectiveness, Knowledge, Leadership, Learning, Learning Journey, Legacy, Momentum, Productivity, Sharing | Tagged , , , , , , | 10 Comments