Tag Archives: Resilience

Domain to Dynamic: A New Model of Organisational Design [Pt 2] – Forces of the Social Age

Yesterday i started a new series exploring the need for a new model of Organisational Design: the move from the Domain Organisation, to the Socially Dynamic one. I introduced a definition of an Organisation as an entity of ‘collectivism’ to … Continue reading

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The Strength of Social Leaders

I wanted to strip down this post to the essence of Social Leadership: building a movement, nurturing others, putting your shoulder to the cart. The Social Age takes us beyond the context of winning through knowledge, power, and noise alone: … Continue reading

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Resilience: Technology, Community, and Power

I’m working on a new session to deliver this afternoon around resilience in organisations: our ability to become less brittle in the face of asymmetric and unknown disruption. I’m primarily concerned with linking up three separate streams of work: the … Continue reading

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Black Swans: Disruption of Power. A #WorkingOutLoud post

As this is a writing week, i’m focussed on long form writing, so not writing much new just for the blog (which i count as my ‘first reflective space‘, my daily musings). Instead, i’m #WorkingOutLoud and sharing elements of the … Continue reading

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Future Technology: Innovation and Impact [Pt 3]

This is the third in a series of pieces I’m writing around future technology, the innovations that we are seeing, and the impact that it will have around organisational learning and performance. There are seven aspects of innovation that I’m … Continue reading

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Resilience: early stage #WorkingOutLoud

I am working on a new idea around resilience: it’s a future state piece, about the intersection of next generation technology, individual psychology, system adaptability, social filtering (and machine filtering) and other aspects of the Socially Dynamic Organisation could contribute … Continue reading

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