Tag Archives: Technology

Dangerous Space: Confronting Uncertainty

I just finished delivering the new work around “Future Technology: Innovation and Impact”. This work involves thinking at a high level about the multitudinous aspects of organisational learning and performance that it will impact. That’s another way of saying that … 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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Future Tech: Innovation and Impact [Pt 2]

Last week, I shared the first three elements from a session I’m running this week on future technology, and the innovation we see, the impact it has, around the organisation. Today, I’m sharing the next piece, looking at ‘sense maker’ … Continue reading

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Future Tech: Innovation and Impact [Pt1]

I’m sharing some thoughts today about the impacts of future technology on organisations, specifically from a learning and performance perspective. This is a #WorkingOutLoud post as I develop a session for a conference next week. As such, despite my optimism, … Continue reading

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Aspects of the #SocialAge – Part 5 – Change Never Ends

The Social Age is about change, change which never ends. We are used to the types of change that influence our lives on a daily basis, things like moving house, moving jobs, mergers, and acquisitions. But the change we feeling … Continue reading

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Technology As Control #WorkingOutLoud

Another #WorkingOutLoud post today as i continue writing the book: this is about ‘Technology’ being applied as a mechanism of control. It’s part of the ’16 Resistors of Change’. I share this, unedited, typos and all, as i’m trying to … Continue reading

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Separation of Space

Over dinner tonight, someone described their commute to work: he said he cycled out of the office, through the converted industrial district, former mills and warehouses, now upmarket advertising agencies and web designers, then over the bridge, through suburbia and … Continue reading

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