Throwing Pebbles in the Soup
How can we build ownership with a target audience when we are still building solutions within our project team? It’s a messy process but it happens one pebble at a time.
Commitment and Social Architecture
There are four types of commitment and they learn us about two ways to restore community.
Leadership in a Social Architecture
It turns out that we need more, not less, leadership in a Social Architecture.
Legitimacy leads to Accountability
Legitimate authority is a necessary precondition for accountability to occur within the target audience.
Video: Workshop Social Architecture May 2016 (Dallas, TX)
For those of you who are interested in Social Architecture and the way I choose to bring it across at the global change management practitioners conference (ACMP) in Dallas, this is the full recording.
Defining Social Architecture
The closer I investigate the term Social Architecture the more I begin to look like a dog chasing his tail.
Getting Serious about Community Development (Part 20)
A closer look at the one ingredient that makes the difference between authentic and inauthentic communities, i.e.: Autonomy.
Getting Serious about Community Development (Part 19)
In this article we take a closer look at the personal investment loop that strengthens the feeling of membership.
Getting Serious about Community Development (Part 18)
In this article we look for handgrips to operationalize Sense of Community.
Getting Serious about Community Development (Part 17)
The purpose of this article is to obtain a precise definition of community.