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Complexity and movements change culture

Chris Corrigan

They adjust and learn as they go, and they both respond to and change their context. Cultures are complex and require complexity to change them.

2016 29

Can you change organizational culture?

Net-Map Toolbox

What organizational culture might these ladies be brewing? The first challenge is finding out what culture you have.

Culture, Change and Faith

Online Community Strategy

posted some of my pics from the trip here: Tagged: culture , socbiz , social business , transformation , u2.

Towards A More Participatory Culture: Enterprise Q&A

Collaborative Thinking

While it seems to be straightforward (ask a question, get an answer), the cultural and social networking dynamics are nuanced. Below are several questions you might want to ask yourself if you are looking into this topic: Where should the question get published to maximize the change of getting a applicable answer? We send out e-mails.

2012 61

Social media: a new type of hammers for change facilitators in organisations

Joitske Hulsebosch

We wrote this for the change facilitators working in and with organisations on change. change management social media

2011 81

Collaboration and Culture Analytics: Answering Key Questions During a Merger or Acquisition

Michael Sampson - Currents

Two of the scenario areas that Dorje and Sam covered in the recent ClearBox Consulting Intranet Analytics report were Collaboration and Culture.

2016 21

Literature Review: Improving Work Practices in Times of Change

Collaborative Thinking

Improving Work Practices in Times of Change. While acknowledging the influences of managers and culture, these factors are not deeply pursued.

2011 75

Herding the Smart Cats: Successful IT Change Leadership

Partnering Resources

Herding the Smart Cats: IT Change Leadership. Other times, this is a challenge, like when trying to change behavior. Employee Engagement.

2012 38

Changing IT Mindsets From Deployment To Adoption

Collaborative Thinking

efforts, “culture” is often cited as the reason results fail to meet expectations set when the project is approved. Some take-aways I hope you consider: Governance programs, user experience design, change management processes, and community outreach efforts must be treated as required components of the project. The point? value.

The Power of Action Learning: A Process for Building a Collaborative Culture

John Tropea - Delicious Faciliatation

One of the most powerful tools for moving an organization’s culture toward collaboration and knowledge sharing is a process called Action Learning.

2012 31

Getting People to Change

Hildy Gottlieb

If creating the world we want means getting people to change what they currently do, how can we get people to change?

The changing role of the online teacher

Jenny Connected

As teachers we know that our students may go through transformational changes as a result of their learning on our courses. 2013). 2014, p.62).

2015 23

Changing attitudes to leadership

Jenny Connected

The questions we ask about leadership would have to change. Aung San Suu Kyi is clearly thought of as a charismatic leader – a leader of change.

Burma 21

What Do You Want to Argue About? How Technology Can Influence Culture

Michael Sampson - Currents

How people work together - the tools, the practices, the processes - have a big impact on culture. Mine says 25% ," Judith adds.

2011 44

Change your meetings, change your culture

Viv Mcwaters

We believe that it’s in our meetings that we create our culture. Is Change your meetings, change your culture is a post from: vivmcwaters.com.au. Culture Facilitation General1st of February – it’s when the new year ‘really’ starts here in Australia. And you’re stuck in a meeting!

Changing the landscape…

Michelle Laurie

It’s fall in Canada and a season full of change. Visually Planning Using a Mind Map. Keep in touch online.

Nepal 21

How This Culture Makes Addicts of Us All (and Why That’s OK)

How to Save the World

So now there is evidence that addiction has become endemic — that our culture has made addicts of us all. Our Culture / Ourselves

2012 23

Change Management for Digital Transformation – my Keynote at the Digital Workplace Conference 2016

Michael Sampson - Currents

It was a great privilege to be able to speak at the conference, especially on the topic of change management for digital transformation, an area I have focused on for most of the past decade. slides 15-16) there are various names applied to these changes, and one commonality is that “tec(h)” is central to them all. 3.

2016 27

The Cultural Impact of The Future of You

Elsua

Cultural Impact of Social Networking in Defining the Workplace of the Future from Luis Suarez. Over at Harvard Business Review  Dr. Remember?

2013 21

How Our Narratives Inform Our Hopes for Change

How to Save the World

Do we need to believe that the economics of oil production will be the key driver in changing our economy and how we live?

2014 16

Social Innovation Meetup: “Exploring Labs for Social Change” – presentation notes

Making CommunitySense

How do they help accomplish social change? There are many tough global problems, like climate change, for which there are no clearcut solutions.

2013 28

Changing attitudes to leadership

Jenny Connected

The questions we ask about leadership would have to change. Aung San Suu Kyi is clearly thought of as a charismatic leader – a leader of change.

Burma 11

In Frankfurt Enterprise 2.0 = Organizational Change & People Challenges

21st Century Organization

e20s was a management rather than technology conference, with organizational impact and change the elephant in the room. W00t!". Jenny Ambrozek.

Behavior change strategy cards (from Artefact)

John Tropea - Delicious Faciliatation

change. changing people’s behaviors. To use the cards Identify a behavior you’d like the change. Influence of fantasy ability on attitude change through role playing. Those who played persuaders, and actively argued against smoking, were more likely to change their own. cultural, religious, or social groups.

2014 16

Anger, Social Change and a Major “Aha”

Hildy Gottlieb

Social Change? confess that my own questions about the place for anger in social change are rooted in all those cultural assumptions as well.

Culture Challenges and Adoption with Collaboration - A Response to Joe Leno

Michael Sampson - Currents

Sharing a culture that supports and extends collaboration. Being Collaborative Collaboration Culture Collaboration Philosophy User Adoption

Jive 19

Changing the world of work: it takes a network

Patti Anklam

joined too late to provide an essay for the inaugural publication: Changing the World of Work. See Networks and NonProfits ). net work

2014 16

Resisting Change – Luddites Unite!

Elsua

We all know change is hard, very hard,  yet, we all acknowledge that, if anything, change is inevitable. No, not like that! Whoahhh!

The artefacts of organisational culture

Viv Mcwaters

The signs seemed, to me, to indicate a culture of control and mistrust. colleague used to say that he could tell a lot about an organisation’s culture simply by visiting the tea-room and seeing what artefacts were present. asked the LinkedIn Creative Facilitation group what other indicators there were of organisational culture.

Are you we? Or are you I?

Net-Map Toolbox

Working in an international organization, I see that we have a strange mixed relationship to our awareness of cultural differences.

2013 29

SXSW Notes: Content As a Means for Social Change

Portals and KM

This is the session on Content As a Means for Social Change led by Biz Stone, CCO/Co-founder, The Obvious Corporation and Brian Sirgutz, SVP, Social Impact, AOL/Huffington Post. Given that content takes up most consumers' time on the web, it's time to harness it as the most effective way to drive social change in the real world.”.

2012 16

SEEFA symposium identifies challenges to innovation in Ageing Better – it’s culture as much as tech

Social Reporter

Summary: a symposium on innovation, technology and later life provides confirmation that many of the challenges to making use of tech for ageing better are organisational and cultural as well as technical. Technology has changed the world dramatically, and it will continue to change. More on that later. Why not adopted more?

Trust and Networks

Alchemy of Change

When people trust each other, it’s easier to respond to change in a smart, coordinated way. Trust makes networks work. In Trust We Trust.

2011 155

The artefacts of organisational culture

Viv Mcwaters

The signs seemed, to me, to indicate a culture of control and mistrust. colleague used to say that he could tell a lot about an organisation’s culture simply by visiting the tea-room and seeing what artefacts were present. asked the LinkedIn Creative Facilitation group what other indicators there were of organisational culture.

F-Suites for C-Suites: 4 Futures Thinking Toolkits To Help C-Suite Leaders Thrive in a World of Change « emergent by design

John Tropea - Delicious Faciliatation

Suites for C-Suites: 4 Futures Thinking Toolkits To Help C-Suite Leaders Thrive in a World of Change. The world is changing. support.

2012 36

The KM and Social Computing Culture Changes

Elsua

The one about culture and strategy and how Social Computing could well be the glue to make it all work out just fine within the corporate environment.

The Evolution of Cooperation

Jenny Connected

Cultural Evolution. Culture is what we learn from each other not what we are born with, but it can evolve in the sense that groups that engage in social learning learn more effectively and so are able to adapt to a changing environment more effectively. Can a culture become self-conscious enough to intentionally evolve itself?

2013 66

Business Reimagined by Dave Coplin, Microsoft

Michael Sampson - Currents

That it needs to be a deep-seated organizational change. But that the technological change needs a deeper cultural one to align with it.

2014 61

Culture: on changing mobile phone cultures

Joitske Hulsebosch

Will see if that changed. Yesterday in the train, a girl was talking loudly to a friend using her mobile. Two men sitting opposite her told her to lower her voice. (I sympathised with her because I seem to do the same thing according to my husband; talking too loud in a phone). And someone added that this was a 'silent' part of the train.

How to do more of what works

Viv Mcwaters

But we can’t plan fast enough – the situation has changed even before the ink has dried, new information is coming at us faster than we could hope to absorb it. Then there’s storyboarding – telling the story with pictures, each board a minute detail, some survive, many don’t, most change. Culture General

2014 43