Tag Archives: Sketching

Aggregated Cultural Failure

This sketch is imperfect, but i’m trying to find a way to represent the aggregated effects of culture: how is it that cultures fail, when the individuals within them cannot all desire that failed outcome. It’s an exploration of the … Continue reading

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#WorkingOutLoud on Experimentation in ‘The Trust Sketchbook’

I thought i’d share another illustration from The Trust Sketchbook today: this one looking at the role of ‘trust’ in experimentation, and hence the ability of an organisation to become Socially Dynamic. I completed six pages today, so good progress … Continue reading

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Drawing ‘The Trust Sketchbook’

A couple of months ago, i ran a Kickstarter campaign for ‘The Trust Sketchbook’, intended as a short, guided, reflection on ‘what trust means to me’, to be used by individuals, and within teams. I have shared a few early … Continue reading

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#WorkingOutLoud: Illustrations on the Socially Dynamic Organisation

I spent yesterday working with a group of around forty HR leaders, exploring aspects of the Socially Dynamic Organisation: i took the chance to sketch up some reflections, just my notes really, but sharing them here as part of #WorkingOutLoud. … Continue reading

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Sketching the Socially Dynamic Organisation

A Socially Dynamic Organisation will be fundamentally adapted: not simply a minor reinvention of the current state, but rather a fundamental evolution in organisational design and execution. Not unrelated to the current state, but certainly evolved from it. I shared … Continue reading

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A Sketchbook Of Trust

I’ve been sketching up some pages for a book on Trust: not a book that i write, but rather a provocation, an incomplete book for people to fill in themselves, taking them through a reflective journey through the subject. This … Continue reading

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