Category Archives: Learning

Trust and Change: Exploring the Social Age

This week i’ve prototyped two new bodies of work: on Wednesday I shared the Landscape of Trust work for the first time, and today I ran through the whole Dynamic Change Framework with a group from the NHS. These two … Continue reading

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#LearningLive – Getting fit for the Social Age

The world is changing: as we move ever deeper into the Social Age, those things of which we are certain, those things which are familiar, evolve to become somehow strange and different. The widespread emergence of social collaborative technology has … Continue reading

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Dynamic Change: The Second Draft #WorkingOutLoud

At the end of a week of writing, i have hit the second draft of the book about the Dynamic Change Framework. So far this week i have: [1] renamed it twice, [2] added 10k new words, about half of … Continue reading

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Creating the Socially Dynamic Organisation

I’m going through the rather abstract exercise of writing what i do, so decided to #WorkOutLoud and share it here. My work sits around the Social Age, the term i use to describe the broad swathes of change make up … Continue reading

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Amplification Effects: Strength Despite System

Exploring another aspect of the Socially Dynamic Organisation today, how amplification effects defy formal hierarchy: how individuals find strength despite the system. This builds on yesterdays piece around nodes and amplifiers. The default communication channel within an organisation, through which … Continue reading

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The Socially Dynamic Organisation: Nodes and Amplifiers

Just a #WorkingOutLoud post today, exploring some aspects of the Socially Dynamic Organisation. It’s an organisation that understands how stories spread, how they are distributed, told and retold around the network. How amplification is a function of magnetism, not volume, … Continue reading

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Learn, Refine, Repeat

Another performance day today: facilitating a workshop around Social Learning communities, bringing together ideas around trust, social collaborative technologies, social leadership, Social Learning, and the new change framework. For me, these days are about sense making: bringing together ideas, refining … Continue reading

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