Tag Archives: illustration

Finding your Campfire: Creating your Space

This is an extract from the work i will be sharing this week as part of the ‘Finding your Campfire’ series of webinars. This is new work, pulled together over the last few days, as a free offering to any … Continue reading

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A Practical View of Learning Science

I’m working on the final illustrations for the Learning Science Guidebook this week: some are ‘informational’ to portray the content in a clearly sequenced manner, and others are more about aesthetics, to make the book beautiful. The latter of which … Continue reading

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#WorkingOutLoud on Illustrations for ‘Domain to Dynamic’

Just a short post today: i did not manage to complete the next part of the series exploring the birth of the Socially Dynamic Organisation, but i did finish the illustration to go in it! It’s a re-drafting of an … Continue reading

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A Vision of Culture

‘Culture’ is a much used byword for ‘effect’: we talk about ‘learning cultures’, ‘toxic cultures’, ‘agile culture’, and so on, describing the culture by the effect that it demonstrates, or perhaps we could say by the behaviours that it permits. … Continue reading

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Illustrating Apollo #3

This rather strange looking machine is the Lunar Landing Research Vehicle: it was used by the Apollo Crews to practice final approach to the moon. It had a set of jets that were permanently lit, which supported 80% of it’s … Continue reading

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Illustrating Apollo #2

Today i have completed a new illustration for the Guidebook on ‘Apollo: Leadership Reflections at 50’: it shows Michael Collins (one of the Apollo 11 astronauts), in the simulator, with a white-shirted technician behind him. One of the sections in … Continue reading

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The Social Age 2019: #WorkingOutLoud on the new map

My work is set in the context of The Social Age: a broad term to describe our evolved ecosystem. New structures of work, of social organisation, of learning, leadership, and connectivity. Each year i redraw my map of the Social … Continue reading

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