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Working the Future blog: our latest insights and future of work sensemaking

Impact Networks: Create Connection, Spark Collaboration, and Catalyze Systemic Change – David Erhlichman, 20

2024-03-04 09:31

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Impact Networks: Create Connection, Spark Collaboration, and Catalyze Systemic Change – David Erhlichman, 2021

Impact Networks provides detailed analysis of how decentralised and distributed networks share information, knowledge and effort to achieve impact.

“Networks are webs of relationships connecting people or things. When they seek to address social and  environmental issues, they are called impact networks. This special type of network brings individuals and organizations together for learning and coordinated action, based on a shared purpose.”

 

As the overarching systems we’ve taken for granted for far too long show their limitations, or worse, collapse, we urgently need to remember how we best come together as humans to co-create ingenuity, innovation and successful societal evolution.

 

David Erlichman shows us how. Impact Networks provides detailed analysis of how decentralised and distributed networks share information, knowledge and effort to achieve impact. It plays to the heart of how individuals engage with purpose and collaborate for a greater good.

 

For anyone charged with the responsibility of redesigning how work is undertaken, this is an essential read. Once we move beyond where work is undertaken and what work is, prioritising how people choose to connect, convene and collaborate is the vital lifeblood of organisational resilience.

 

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