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5 Elements of Curation in Social Leadership

I wrote about Curation in Social Leadership yesterday in preparation for a webinar that I’m delivering tomorrow: having introduced five elements, space, content, stories, reputation, and values, today I’m going to build those out a little further. In the context … Continue reading

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12 Aspects of the Social Age

In the Social Age, everything has changed. The Social Contract between organisation and individual is fractured, the nature of work is changing, we’ve seen the democratisation of communication and the devolution of creativity, with the old structures of power and … Continue reading

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Prototyping the Landscape of Trust

So far i’ve pulled together some of the foundations of this work: there is a research programme in place around the ‘Landscape‘, which seeks to establish definitions and a baseline, i’ve started sketching out the Taxonomy (which runs from ‘no … Continue reading

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#WorkingOutLoud on Types of Power: Individual vs Networked

I want to expand out some of the ideas around different types of power, today looking at the difference between individual and networked power. This is part of the body of work looking at the fragility of formal hierarchies, and … Continue reading

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A Question Of Scale

I took part in an interesting session today, talking about scale. It’s interesting to think about how things scale: we are used to talking about it in terms of technology, can you scale the number of users, can you expand … Continue reading

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Seattle: An Architecture Of Innovation

Amazon are building a forest: in the heart of downtown Seattle, beauty emerges, a convoluted scaffolding, sharp sunlight glinting off glass, anodised steel forming perfect spheres. A new building, an architecture of innovation. Three interlinked spheres that will form meeting … Continue reading

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Not Worth The Paper It’s Written On? Contracts And Trust

I’ve been quite surprised by the level of interest in the work around the Landscape Of Trust. I’ve certainly benefited greatly from the support and ideas around the methodology and approach, as well as the input of different perspectives on … Continue reading

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