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Julian Stodd
Author 'Social Leadership Handbook' []. Blogs . Founder . Sometime artist. Occasional thinker
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will be celebrating Star Wars day with a social learning leaders masterclass in London signup:
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We hit 115 narratives at the weekend for research get involved here: NEEDS YOU!
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Final cover desgin for ' - my 1st 100 days'. Once it goes to print, i will share publication date...
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Sign up for ’s webinar series here: next topic 30th May at 3pm
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I was talking to only last week about the integration between Microsoft's products with LinkedIn to red…
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in the Socially Dynamic Organisation, we will see complex collaboration, within and around formal systems
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Still time to get your ticket for my Conference in May: a 3 day exploration of
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Principles of organisation are changing: democratised, based around shared values, bonded by trust. Often beyond formal control.
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We see the ability of communities not simple to listen to formal authority, and absorb formal stories, but rather to co-create their own
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At the heart of the change we see in the Social Age is the democratisation of technology & innovation, & the connectedness of community
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Sam Westlake 9h
This really is a valuable research project. Can you spare the time it takes for a coffee to complete the survey online?
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Change against a backdrop of systemic ecosystem change is hard: change outside the system is about mindset and relinquishing control
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Change within a known system is easy, achieved through expenditure of resource, effort, and under the mantle of formal control
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Replying to @DrRossEspinoza
Absolutely. The preservation and persistance of outdated Org culture is a significant issue
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We have 'change' that we are familiar with, & then this deeper, fundamental, evolved type of change. Systemic change. That's the
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The represents not simply a different experience of media: it's fundamentally evolved reality. Democratised, connected, adaptive.
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