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Socialogy and Social Business – An interview by Justin Kirby

I was interviewed by Justin Kirby on the subject of Socialogy last week. Justin and I had previously collaborated on Collaborative Innovation on behalf of Nesta. The interview runs to about 20 minutes and the main topics we covered were as follows: Four Groups’ 4G methodology and human capital management software platform, The 5 factors required for business transformation, i.e. Continue reading Continue reading

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Thinking about a ‘Physics of People’

Further to Stowe’s piece Socialogy and a Scientifically-Grounded Understanding of People and his Physics of People tag, I’ve been thinking about other people’s thoughts and ideas on the subject. What does the idea of a ‘Physics of People’ consist of and how it might take shape? The following extracts and quotes chart the thinking and writing on the subject over the past ten years or so. Continue reading Continue reading

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Socialogy and a Scientifically-Grounded Understanding of People

A scientifically-grounded understanding of people, such as 4G, has the potential to change business in hugely profound ways, perhaps on a scale comparable to the industrial revolution, the introduction of the PC or the rise of the internet. Such a statement is naturally loaded with many assumptions and implications, so it’s worth exploring both in further detail… Continue reading Continue reading

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