Tag Archives: Community

Conditions for Community

I’m working on some principles for supporting the development of Communities of Practice, so sharing this illustration, which is about ‘foundations’, what are the conditions for Communities to emerge? It’s not intended to be definitive, just part of a conversation … Continue reading

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#WorkingOutLoud Sharing ‘The Change Handbook’

This is a writing week: i am close to completing a full manuscript for a new book, ‘The Change Handbook – building the Socially Dynamic Organisation’. By a stroke of luck, i have managed to find a calm energy this … Continue reading

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‘The Trust Sketchbook’ is coming

Today is the last day of the Kickstarter Campaign for ‘The Trust Sketchbook‘, and i’m pleased to say that it’s been highly successful, for two reasons. First: it’s exceeded the target significantly, which gives me the freedom to explore new … Continue reading

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The Invisible Organisation: Why Social Leadership?

The answer to the questions ‘why Social Leadership?‘ may rather miss the point: it’s not so much a question of ‘why Social?‘, as much as a question of ‘why not just Formal?‘. Within the visible organisation, within the formal hierarchy, … Continue reading

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#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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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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Rapid Prototyping: The MOODPost3000

I’ve written recently about emergent technology, and the innovation and impacts we see around us: this work explores a basket of seven areas of innovation, one of which is ‘Temperature Checks‘. The idea here is that we can move away … Continue reading

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