Tag Archives: Organisations

A Failure of Foresight: Foundations of Failure

The way we view the world may be wrong: our greatest Organisations, structures of power and control, may be trapped in an outdated mindset, caught in redundant webs. Through our own failure of foresight, i believe that we sow the … Continue reading

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Domain Specificity into a Generalised Specificity

This is a conversation about the future of work. Consider this a half formed thought, but one which i’ve been chasing around for a while now. As part of the work exploring where we go, ‘Beyond Organisations’, and linked into … Continue reading

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The Baseline of Trust

I’m sharing a sketch today illustrating how I anticipate the diagnostic to work around the Landscape of Trust. The research at the moment is intended to surface all the locations within our subjective understanding of what trust means, and to … Continue reading

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Sharing an extract from the new book: Organisational Change in the Social Age

Over the last month or so i’ve been working up a series of articles around Change: a framework that explores manifestations of change in organisations and seeks to provide a route map to agility. Today i started pulling all of … Continue reading

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Change Curve: The Antibody Effect

I’ve been sharing a Framework for Change in the Social Age: it’s intended to be a practical view of how organisations typically respond to change and how, using social mechanisms and approaches, we can ease the journey. The Change Curve … Continue reading

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16 Resisters of Change

Yesterday i introduced a new framework for thinking about Change in organisations in the Social Age. It’s intended to draw together a number of loose threads that i’ve been reflecting on the last couple of years: notions around the evolution … Continue reading

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Reflections from Learning Technology conference 2015: Day 1

Technology may facilitate great learning, but it’s not the end in itself. What makes great learning is simple: make it great. Understand how people learn: design the learning to match that. Work with how we learn, don’t make us learn … Continue reading

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