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Guide to the Social Age 2019: Power

The Social Age is a time of rebalanced power: in this, the ninth in a series of articles exploring my Map of the Social Age for 2019, i want to consider ‘power’. The structures it’s held within, and the dynamic … Continue reading

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Guide to the Social Age 2019: New Citizenship

This is the seventh in a series of a dozen essays based around my new Map of the Social Age for 2019. The map illustrates some of the key areas i’m looking at this year, but is not definitive: this … Continue reading

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Guide to the Social Age 2019: Algorithmic Wars

This is the fourth in a series of articles exploring ‘The Social Age 2019’. I redraw the map every year, so the work is cumulative over time. Today, Algorithmic War: how our evolving relationship with knowledge is shifting everything. Humans … Continue reading

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Guide to the Social Age 2019: Community

This post is one of a series exploring aspects of the Social Age, written as i complete the sketch map for 2019. Community: I position the ‘Social Age’ as built upon the foundations of the Digital one. Technology connects us … Continue reading

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Personal Context of Learning

Each of our individual Learning Landscapes is different: we come with different knowledge, context, ability, and motivation, amongst a host of broader pressures. I thought it was worth exploring a few of these: my motivation being that, as we consider … Continue reading

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8 Aspects of ‘The Storytelling Leader’

A key aspect of Social Leadership is to recognise that our primary role is not to craft stories of power, pushing them through a network, but rather to act, with humility, to hear stories within a network, to find the … Continue reading

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The Six O’Clock Community: Transient Infrastructure

It’s rare that i still find the Blue Frog setting up, but a particularly early start today meant that they were still hanging signs and fixing the tent. The coffee, when it landed, was perfect. A carefully choreographed start to … Continue reading

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