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An Architecture for Learning Technology

I’ve written before that the Social Age is about an envolved sociology, not simply new technology, but technology is a key part of it. For many organisations it’s the first place they turn, trying to procure a technology solution for … Continue reading

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Change Curve: The Control Effect [Part 2] – chocks away!

Within the Constrained organisation, there are multiple change conversations taking place, but each is somehow isolated: it’s energy is constrained. It’s rather like an aircraft on the runway, with the chocks still in place: it doesn’t matter how powerful the … Continue reading

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“Nothing ever changes”… why learning is all about change.

I bumped into an old colleague this morning. After a quick chat and catch up we parted, with him shouting “nothing ever changes” as he wandered off, a statement that worried me no end. Because everything changes: learning is about … Continue reading

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