Social media only increases fragmentation in society which the commerce will happily exploit. Rather what is needed is social bonding and returning to the culture of the past that will help nourish roots and in bonding much joy and happiness will be experienced.
Posts Tagged: culture
As many of you know, I was asked by the folks at GovLoop and 1105 to moderate a session at the OGI conference earlier this week. I hope that you guys appreciate it if I share the results of that session with the rest of the GovLoop community who wasn’t able to make it toRead… Read more »
Elena Rapisardi, a new friend who contracts with, and does innovative volunteer work for, various parts of the Italian government, has reported out on an interesting meeting here. I bring this up because we don’t always notice when new ground is being broken and new fuel is being provided for our own further development andRead… Read more »
(As usual this is a cross post from cpsrenewal.ca; original can be found here.) Hint: Click on the image to enlarge.
Has anyone else observed the phenomena of employee engagement/organisational culture surveys being conducted across organisations by Human Resource/Organisational Development/People areas and then the results being cascaded down through the hierarchy? It’s a bit like drip feeding people information and is, well, disengaging. Wouldn’t it be great if the results of these surveys were anonymised byRead… Read more »
[Note this is a cross post from my blog, the original can be found here.] Bureaucratic culture is akin to a slow-moving train. There are those who have forged ahead and laid track to the destination. They have scouted, planned the route, carved through forests and cut through mountains. Their work is often hard, thankless,Read… Read more »
Hi Folks, The final report of our Gov 2.0 Taskforce has been released and is available from the Department of Finance and Deregulation right now. Borrowing Steve Ressler’s language, It is an awesome report and in many ways the report title – Engage: Getting on with Government 2.0 Report of the Government 2.0 Taskforce –Read… Read more »
Recently on Twitter, a IT senior leader mentioned how daunting making change is today in any global enterprise. He invited me to share my views on leading cultural change and paradigm shifts based on the changes in progress in Enterprise Computing. It was impossible to respond in 140 characters :-), but I wrote a fewRead… Read more »
These are difficult times for leaders at every level in government, business and society across the world. We are all reinventing our visions of the future as we work to forge the new paths in an environment of crisis, challenge, and opportunity. We are also in need of re-evaluating everything about how we think, operate,Read… Read more »
Jeff Bullas has written a fantastic post, 28 Reasons Why The CEO Is Afraid Of Social Media, which lists many of the reasons given by organisations when resisting getting involved with online social media. While he’s followed up with another great post addressing many of these concerns, 9 Ways To Convince The CEO To UseRead… Read more »