Principal Lecturer- Business Engagement Fellow at Sheffield Hallam University

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This is so true and links to many of the themes that are recurring, namely the absence of trust leading to over-regulation and fear. I like your comment on my post about adaptable orgs creating an env... More
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Thanks for the kind words Perry. It is interesting that the top 3 enemies are Fear, Centralisation and hierarchy which all point to a lack of trust. The Reina Trust and Betrayal model outlines the ... More
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YES Kate, so right. Some of our colleagues want development to be done to them, failing to recognise the rich learning environment the workplace is and how much they may have developed by being part o... More
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Conor Moss commented on Fear
It is interesting that the negative connotation of fear has won out over the flip of fear i.e. trust. This is a great post which highlights that ADULTS are fearful of ambiguity and that middle manager... More
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Social media and technology is revolutionalising the way we learn, communicate and problem solve, however organisations are rigid in their development and delivery of learning. They still control the ... More
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Like other contributors centralisation is the enemy of adaptability, centralisation enables macro-level structures, networks and governance allowing top-down management to 'devolve trust'. Conversely,... More
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Social media and technology is revolutionalising the way we learn, communicate and problem solve, however organisations are rigid in their development and delivery of learning. They still control the courses available, who can attend and when and how they are delivered. Adaptaable organisations provide a framework for learning but give...

By Conor Moss on May 13, 2013
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Like other contributors centralisation is the enemy of adaptability, centralisation enables macro-level structures, networks and governance allowing top-down management to 'devolve trust'. Conversely, the same org factors create mistrust by smoothering the importance of relational, pyschological and social trust.

By Conor Moss on May 13, 2013