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Connected Commons webinar / 2
And here is the archive recording of the webinar too:
13 Nov 2018
Connected Commons webinar
Here are the slides I used on today's webinar with Connected Commons. The first part was promoting social capital. And then some of my own ideas about organisational networks which I know not everyone will agree with - though that shouldn't s...
24 Oct 2018
WEBINAR 10/24 12pm: Managing Networks in the Social Organization with Author Jon Ingham
Sorry I've been quiet here for the last couple of weeks but I've been busy on project work. I'll be back on the case next if not this week. And will be asking more people to join us too. And please do continue to share your own insights, ...
17 Oct 2018
ESNchat on Enterprise Social Networks and Social Capital
This is a summary of the tweets on last week's Twitter chat about enterprise social networks and social capital.
3 Oct 2018
A Few Thoughts On Patagonia’s Culture Of Collaboration
This past month I attended a ConnectedCommons webinar on Patagonia’s culture of collaboration.
are some thoughts on the key points Chris Mason brought up - recruit based on mission-match, democratize (!), and use HR tools that serve ...
1 Oct 2018
Investing into Social Capital (SC)- internal leadership coaching, culture and agility
I am a master’s degree graduate within Strategy, Organization and Leadership from Copenhagen Business School. Jon Ingham was kind enough to invite me to this community due to my interest in social capital, and asked me to share some insights fr...
28 Sep 2018
Infographic: How to Avoid Collaborative Overload
Here's an infographic highlighting key findings from a study on workforce collaboration conducted by i4cp and Rob Cross.
24 Sep 2018
Report: How to Avoid Collaborative Overload
Collaborative overload is a growing problem, but it’s one that is overlooked in most organizations. How to Avoid Collaborative Overload is the final brief in a four-part series on collaboration in high-performance organizat...
24 Sep 2018
I came across
this new book
today. It’s for corporate customer focused communities so not everything it suggests will apply here, but I did think this line was interesting and resonated a bit for me: “Do you spend your days endlessly tryi...
23 Sep 2018
An Empirical Study of HRM Systems, Human and Social Capital Development and their Influence on Innovation Capabilities
Jon Ingham was very kind to invite me to join SOCIAL CAPITAL. I am very happy to become a member, and I want to say "Hi" to all members. In this post, I am sharing my article, and I will be glad to read your comments.
20 Sep 2018
Why focus on Social Capital?
recent question in the forum (please do add your views to this too)
promoted me to argue that it is important to focus on and talk about social capital, not just to discuss things which may be a bit easier to focus on, including the end results we...
18 Sep 2018
How Social Capital became central to the People Strategy of ARM Holdings plc
On the 1st January 2000, I started my 13 year tenure as the EVP Human Resources. The company had 441 people most of whom were based in Cambridge and they designed the chips for mobile phones. Unusually, the company had revenues of less than $100m but...
4 Sep 2018
Using Organizational Network Analytics (ONA) to measure the impact of Leadership Development.
How can we apply ONA at our organization? ONA is one of the fastest emerging trends in the field of HR Analytics, and lots of people are reaching out to us to ask for concrete examples of how ONA could be applied in their organization. At
30 Aug 2018
Reframing questions: from an individualistic perspective to a community one
As some of you may know I am writing a blook (a cross between a blog and a book) on Conversational Leadership. Recently I added this post on "Reframing Questions".
The post was insp...
28 Aug 2018
Top Social Capital articles from August
I'm away this week so I'm posting my top articles from August a little early. What are your highlights / insights / comments or questions on these?:How to Make Friends, According to Science - don’t dismiss the humble acquaintance (Septe...
27 Aug 2018
If the future of organisations fear free?
As managing our brain leads to deeper understanding I’m encouraging you to read mindfully. The questions below, plus any you may feel are relevant will help you to read the blog whilst considering what the ideas mean to you. Doing this creates ...
25 Aug 2018
Network Analysis - Handle with care
There are many shapes and sizes of organization network analysis. Irrespective of the method you use the idea behind all of them is the same – to map out the social connections in an organization in order to understand the flow of ideas,...
25 Aug 2018
Warmth, competence, psychological safety - it depends...
One important factor in developing organisational relationships and hence social capital is trust, which can be seen to be based on a combination of competence and warmth. Another important factor in groups is psychological safety, or whether we feel...
20 Aug 2018
Top Posts from July
Jody Hoffer Gittell on Relational Coordination (1 August)Jon’s review of Jody Hoffer Gittell’s book, Transforming Relationships for High Performance: the Power of Relational Coordination. Includes the good point that “human ca...
1 Aug 2018
Why Organizational Network Analysis is a MUST-KNOW Tool for Leaders
Jeppe Hansgaard - Innovisor
Organizational Network Analysis is a tool any organizational leader aiming to be successful must know. No matter where the focus is. Organizational development, collaboration, knowledge management, change management or internal communication. Persona...
1 Aug 2018
Importance of Social Capital
The most fundamental idea behind organizations is that a number of people working together can achieve more than the same number of people working on their own. Unfortunately this doesn't always seem to be the case. Mis-alignment, poor change managem...
24 Jul 2018