Tag Archives: Working Out Loud

The Problem is not a Problem: #WorkingOutLoud on the Future of Work

Sometimes we try to solve a problem that is not a problem. The ‘future of work’ may fall into that category. Maybe the future is just different. The pain, as described, is non specific, and it seems unlikely that a … Continue reading

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The First Three Steps: In Practice

I take some pride in the fact that my work is grounded in research, evidence informed, but does not grind to a halt in the space of thought. Rather, it’s embedded in practice. To be ‘in practice’ is a rather … Continue reading

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Learning: Knowledge, Meaning, Capability

Principles of #WorkingOutLoud allow us to revisit topics with which we feel familiar and comfortable – to question ourselves, to explore new facets, to ask ourselves questions, or address the practical things we have learnt whilst ‘in practice’. Today i … Continue reading

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Research and Publication Schedule 2022

I typically map out a broad structure for the year, whilst remaining willing to deviate as curiosity carries me: today i’m sharing a broad structure of my key research and publication for 2022, with the caveat that it’s incomplete and … Continue reading

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2,000

This is my 2,000th blog post and, appropriately enough, i’m writing it in a coffee shop. The practice of #WorkingOutLoud sits at the heart of my writing: carrying out research, trying to connect dots, sketching out possible ideas, and sharing … Continue reading

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19 Sub Questions on ’The Future of Work’

Yesterday i shared a series of questions around the first two elements of this framework – it’s an enquiry framework for Teams to explore what type of ‘future of work’ they desire. Today, i’m adding a second layer of sub … Continue reading

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#WorkingOutLoud – Realms and Filters of Innovation

Building out from the work i shared yesterday, this piece starts to consider further aspects of Innovation: ‘Realms’ and ‘Filters’. The outer ring illustrates four Realms: the ‘Known’, the ‘Mistaken’, the ‘Unknown’ and the ‘Unknowable’. The inner ring illustrates three … Continue reading

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#WorkingOutLoud – Perspectives on #Innovation

Some early stage thinking here around three perspectives on innovation: this is an abstraction really, but a way to look through three different lenses, to consider where, and how, we innovate. In some ways it may also allow us to … Continue reading

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#WorkingOutLoud on the Social Age Map

Today i am #WorkingOutLoud to share the new map of the Social Age, an illustration for the ‘Social Age Guidebook’ that i am working to complete. I’m still working on this to add in the details. Strictly speaking this is … Continue reading

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#WorkingOutLoud on ‘The Social Age Guidebook’

Today i am #WorkingOutLoud and sharing part the closing chapter of ‘The Social Age Guidebook’. In this book i have shared some of my Expedition Notes, my attempt to understand the emerging context and implications of the Social Age. I … Continue reading

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