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Riding with Uncertainty

First Step, Next Step Together

“You’re not alone in feeling uncertain. You’re not alone in feeling lost. You’re not alone with not knowing what to do next. It’s OK. Let’s take the first step and then the next step together… #GoTogether | #KeepMovingForward | #TakeTheFirstStep” — @changingview


“Riding the wave of uncertainty is the new reality.” — Rúna Bouius

“To surf we go”, as Marcia Conner shares:

“Rather, ten times, die in the surf, heralding the way to a new world, than stand idly on the shore.” Florence Nightingale (Born May 12th, 1820)

The Value of Communities

Organisations as communities, as @rhappe underlines:

“Community structures are among the few governance approaches that can address this seemingly chaotic environment by distributing leadership and capacity to its members. As complex adaptive systems, communities are dynamic and diverse enough to react effectively; addressing, and responding to the complex system around them.”

How about informal communities?

“Informal communities is where it is at. It is where knowledge is discovered and shared, and where new knowledge is co-created and applied.” — @dr_rattray

In addition, teams and networks and in between communities are where work gets done. I have had insightful and valuable calls with @ActivateLearn lately. Helen shared this post as I explored working and learning usages of Teams and MSFT Suite.

How does one start?

“Distributed work is becoming the norm. Personal Knowledge Mastery is a framework to take control of your professional development — connecting teams, communities, & networks. Learn more here: Working smarter means learning smarter” — @hjarche 

I participated in the PKM Workshop a few months ago. Over this Summer, I revisited and refined my practices. Check out more in the Personal Knowledge Mastery series.

Community Management helps propel your internal community and scale engagement to keep learning and innovating with your organisation’s ecosystem.

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