Disruption and Opportunity
Multiple trends are disrupting work, workforces, and workplaces.
The pace of change is rapid.
Personal skills and organisational capabilities (performance support systems) will need to adapt.
I will show you how to do that.
Becoming future-capable applies to people, whose skills and capabilities need to be fit-for-purpose as the business environment changes.
For organisations, it’s their ability to adapt business models and to be able to provide people with performance support.
The Smart Work Toolkit
So much depends on context. That’s why I’ve developed The Smart Work Value Toolkit (simple questions, checklists, scorecards, and frameworks).
Tools are co-designed with clients to explore what they think is happening inside and outside of their organisations.
Tiny Triumph Experiments
The toolkit is used in Tiny Triumph Experiments, which are small, practical projects to do something new or different.
They tap into knowledge and experience of people, who are now socially networked across organisational walls and boundaries.
The potential for innovation is enormous.
Acquiring new capabilities is not a spectator sport - you have to do something to see what you think happened.
That's why experiments revolve around activities (not a curriculum).
The diagram shows just a sample of activities that generate opportunities for learning at, through, and for work.
Tiny Triumph experiments include a mix of individual and social, digital and in-person activities, which focus on work and the organisation.
•   on your own
•   with work colleagues
•   with Tiny Triumph peers.
Activities are supported by the toolkit, digital technologies, resources and learning communities. They unfold in three phases:
What trends are affecting the business (or are likely to)? The aim is to get a ‘big picture’ view that will spark ideas for possible things to do.
Explore, experiment, share experiences. What's feasible? How do you prioritise and choose an experiment? What skills will you use? What resources will you need?
And many other questions.
Choose it, think about it, do it, review it as you go!
Are personal and organisational priorities still the same, or have they changed? What are the options for the next Tiny Triumph?
Click on the box to find out more about Tiny Triumphs, including who they are for, how long they are, and how to sign up.