The ecosystem of the Social Age: working, learning and engagement


Julian Stodd's Learning Blog

I’ve been reflecting on the wider ecosystem of the Social Age this week, prompted by several conversations. We have seen, in the last decades, a fundamental shift in the nature of work and the concepts of employment and career. There’s been a shift in ownership of our destiny, away from companies and into our own hands, although we haven’t always noticed it as it happens. On the one hand, companies have driven this change through increased outsourcing and hollow business models, whilst on the other technology has facilitated it by enabling us to trade on our reputations in global markets. The net result is that the ecosystem has developed, but have we kept up?

The nature of work in the Social Age

You can view the SlideShare presentation accompanying this post here.

Organisations are not just changing how they operate, they’re also adapting the principles on which they work. We have seen the emergence of the Socially…

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