Tag Archives: Change Curve

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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Resistance to Change: Aspects of Cognition – a #WorkingOutLoud post

I’m sharing another significant chunk of new writing today as I take good strides forward completing the third draft manuscript for the new book on organisational change, and how we build the Socially Dynamic Organisation. I’m #WorkingOutLoud as i do … Continue reading

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Change in the Social Age: Which State Are You In?

I’ve worked across 14 separate parts of the book today, but just sharing one section which is written from scratch. This piece sits after the detailed description of the three manifestations of change. We have talked in depth about the … Continue reading

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Change in the Social Age: the Three Manifestations of Change

My second full day of writing this week on the new book on change in the Social Age: stronger progress today. In total, I’ve worked on half a dozen early sections, which introduce the change curve itself, and discuss in … Continue reading

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Change in the Social Age: a Practical Handbook

2017 will be an exciting year: at the end of last year I managed to complete the manuscript for ‘Social Leadership – my first hundred days’, a practical illustrated guide based around 100 activities for the nascent Social Leader, and … Continue reading

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Overview of The Change Curve

We can observe three ways that organisations change: none of them are fixed, and many will touch upon all three, but very few will achieve the top state, becoming Dynamic and thriving in constant change. Resistant organisations are ones that … Continue reading

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