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Organisational digital storytelling: a medium for change

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Keywords: storytelling, sense making, trust, collective intelligence, innovation, digital storytelling, learning, learning and development

Digital storytelling is rapidly becoming a popular medium within community, heritage and historical projects. Not only is digital storytelling catching on at a community level, but there has been an increase in interest in digital storytelling within organisations.

The essence of digital storytelling is the first-hand narration of lived experience, usually curated into sound and video medium. Digital storytelling is a relatively new practice of everyday people using simple digital tools to tell their story.

This research briefing looks at a new paper about developing digital story telling as an instigator of change and is be particularly useful for anyone involved in corporate communications, organisational change and transformation as well as learning and development.

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