Category Archives: service design

New direction for the sociable organisation

This is probably the most satisfying post I’ve written on this blog. In a way also a huge relief. I’ve looked forward to writing it for quite a while. However, it also means it will be the last post on … Continue reading

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Introducing a Social Publishing model

During their studies at the University of Marburg, the brothers Grimm, who were academics, linguists and cultural researchers before becoming storytellers, came to see language as closely linked to culture and therefore cultural expression. Just as personal values shape the … Continue reading

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From ivory tower to the real seat of power?

After a short break, we are firing up the Sociable Organisation blog with updates about new ways of thinking and exploring more sociable ways of working. We start with a post by Matt Lund, who works in the council’s consultation and … Continue reading

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