Tag Archives: Freedom

Valued or Trusted? #WorkingOutLoud on Types of Trust

This is the latest in a series of posts as i #WorkOutLoud on new research and writing on ‘Types of Trust’. It’s based on an exploration of the subjective notion of ‘trust’, and a desire to surface a workable framework … Continue reading

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To hear freedom, if only at a distance

When i met him, he must have been in his late eighties: a former prisoner of war who had spent years in a Japanese detention centre. He’d built a radio with his fellow prisoners. Not out of a kit: out … Continue reading

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To Thrive in Chaos and Ambiguity

Uncertainty: a shifting landscape of expectations and alliances, technologies and goals. Ambiguity: what does winning mean anymore and will we ever stop striving? Ambiguity: that thing that used to work is less effective these days, the path is less clear. … Continue reading

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Inequality: can we afford to leave anyone behind?

The thing about travelling is that it broadens your perspective, it gives you views you never had when you stood still. Whilst travelling by train through Europe at the weekend, a friend commented that she’d never realised how restrictive her … Continue reading

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Teenage Kicks: The impact of subtle digital freedoms versus command and control.

We’ve just upgraded the work network, which has gone very smoothly, with one jarring exception. Whenever i launch the Internet Explorer now, it takes me to the Corporate homepage. I wouldn’t mind, except that i don’t want to visit the … Continue reading

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