If you are interested, here’s where I’m at with Tiny Triumphs:
The Tiny Triumph package of tasters, tools and tribes (people co-creating and sharing in communities) are all aimed at helping people and organisations – to practice skills and develop the capabilities they will need going into an evolving future of work.
I’m not going to explain the tasters, toolbox, and tribes for the moment. What I will say is that the generic tools are co-developed in use with clients to reflect their unique contexts.
They are underpinned by insights from the Big Picture framework, which is based on the ideas and experiences of numerous practitioners and researchers.
People create (and destroy) value for customers through what they do together. Formal systems that support performance create the conditions for co-created, connected knowledge to emerge.
Formal performance systems are beginning to include technologies that help people to create their own resources, drawing on what they know and can do through experience – personally and collectively. See Looop, for example.
The already phenomenal capability of people within organisations can be now be augmented by ability to connect to ideas and knowledge of others beyond organisational walls, including insights from decades of research and practices that remain valid.
Whether those insights are relevant to specific work contexts is another matter, and assessing that is a skill to be developed.
I’m piloting the Tiny Triumph package and process at the moment. The next phase is to promote it more widely. That’s scary but also exciting.