This is the 5th post in this series on disruption. In this blog, I explore how innovations in new social technologies and arrangements can disrupt not only companies, but public organisations and even communities. For me, social technological disruption is the hardest to defend against.
This is the 4th post in this series on disruption. In this blog, I explore how disruptions may unfold over time. Disruptions can take a long time to build up. Then suddenly, there is an disequilibrium.
The meaning of disruption changes on whether you are disrupting or being disrupted.
In this post, I play around with the definition of disruption. Different kinds of disruptions, like technological, political or natural may have an effect on each other like falling dominoes
Updated on 15 September 2020 It felt to me as if the refrain that technology is disrupting our lives had reached a crescendo in 2019 and early 2020. For most people, it feels as if the implications of technological advancements are creeping slowly but surely into their everyday lives. The “industrial revolution” is not happening… Continue reading What does it mean to be disrupted?
A few years ago, I completed the Personal Knowledge Mastery (PKM) programme by Harold Jarche. I was then struck by how well thought through his training programme was. I could immediately use many of these ideas to improve how I develop, nurture and organise my knowledge on a daily basis. One key idea that Harold… Continue reading A big shout out to Harold Jarche
Updated on 7 April 2020, also posted to www.innovationcoach.co.za/blog I am supporting teams that are using Slack, MS Teams or other remote collaboration applications. Some of my clients also use Viber or WhatsApp. In our company, Mesopartner, we’ve been using Slack for a few years. It’s not my purpose here to review these different applications, but… Continue reading How to use remote team collaboration
Updated on 7 April 2020, also posted to www.innovationcoach.co.za/blog I have been receiving many messages from clients and friends asking for advice on how to work from home. I have organised the requests into three groups. The first group has been asking me how I manage my time. What works for me is to organise my… Continue reading Supporting your team from a distance during self or imposed isolation
I hope you are all following our Systemic Insight podcast series. Instructions below! We have just launched a new episode on the Systemic Insight Podcast. In this episode, I discuss with Marcus the concept of competitiveness. The chat was inspired by some reading Marcus had been doing that condemned competition to be part of the… Continue reading New podcast episode published on System Insight: Episode 6 On Competitiveness
Updated and refined, 12 April 2020 When working to improve the performance of any sector or value chain, we are often confronted with a range of meso organisations or programmes designed to support upgrading, skills development and better decision making in small businesses in the targeted sector. While mapping these organisations is not so difficult,… Continue reading Improving the value proposition of the meso layer to enterprises