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Commitment and Social Architecture

There are four types of commitment and they learn us about two ways to restore community.

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Leadership in a Social Architecture

It turns out that we need more, not less, leadership in a Social Architecture.

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Legitimacy leads to Accountability

Legitimate authority is a necessary precondition for accountability to occur within the target audience.

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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.

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Defining Social Architecture

The closer I investigate the term Social Architecture the more I begin to look like a dog chasing his tail.

Unlocking the 3rd dimension

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.

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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.

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Getting Serious about Community Development (Part 18)

In this article we look for handgrips to operationalize Sense of Community.

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Getting Serious about Community Development (Part 17)

The purpose of this article is to obtain a precise definition of community.

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Getting Serious about Community Development (Part 16)

The one thing that determines the success of a change is a tapestry composed of a 1000 hands.

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