We write to share insights and inspiration for people who want to be ready and capable in the future of work.  In being workers of the 21st century, we explore the things that make us human in an age of advancing technology: learning, changing, designing and creating.

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  • “We don’t need Change Managers …”

    Posted on March 6, 2017.

    “We don’t need Change Managers … because everybody does change management.” Heard this comment before? It certainly stirs up the conversation with people who are professionals in the Organisational Change space! What is a useful perspective to this challenge? We can look to an analogy from another professional domain for insight. Take, for example, medical knowledge. […]

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  • The Professional Enrichment Plan

    Posted on January 16, 2017.

    You’re probably already familiar with The Professional Development Plan.  That’s an organisational construct that is arguably based on a deficient model: You-don’t-yet-have-what-we-need-for-you-to-be-of-best-use-to-us-so-we’ll-make-a-plan-to-address-the-gap.  I offer to you The Professional Enrichment Plan – a personal construct (part of the Self unLimited™ narrative) – based on a sufficiency model: You-have-things-you-know-and-can-do-and-these-might-be-enriched-and-also-used-to-enrich-others. The big question is: What would enrich your […]

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  • Looking forward – tech and the org’n change practitioner

    Posted on January 12, 2017.

    The start of a year is a time when people tend to look forward in anticipation with the hopes they have for the newly-minted year. Are you looking beyond this immediate year in your workscape? If you knew what was ahead, what purposeful plans would you make to prepare? I love to read science fiction, […]

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  • For a fraction more reflection

    Posted on December 6, 2016.

    Much is made of a world of constant change. It has always been; it will always be. We know this because humans stop and take stock of things. Where we are; where we have been; where we might go. Who we are; who we have been; who we might be. It’s the act of reflection. […]

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  • Soliloquy on change

    Posted on November 8, 2016.

    Shakespeare’s ‘To Be or Not to Be’ soliloquy, inspired some thoughts on change in the workscape: To change or not to change, that is the question: Whether ’tis wiser in plans to stick With the status quo Or to implement fresh ideas in a sea of disruptions And by tackling them: to innovate, to make […]

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