Published on March 16, 2014
Consequences for the management, the experts and the society Hangout from March 16th, 2014 - João Teixeira Soares
Feudal Proprietorships Steep Hierarchies Human Networking Type of Organization Tribal
InternetWeb 2.0 Cloud Computing Social Networks new Products new Services new Practices Virtual reality Augmented realityCrowdfunding Messaging Information management Serious games Virtualization VoIP E-learning
New technologies New practices (Innovation) Innovation New technologies New practices Universities Training centers Surveys CRM Social Media Communities Organizations … Capture The innovation helix User demands New trends
Customer view Business view
Early adopters are specialists searching for new technologies and products to solve their problems and gain competitive edge The mainstream customers are formed by pragmatic generalists that are risk-averse and want maximize profitEarly adopters ■ New smartphone platform (Windows Phone) ■ New interface with the driver ( joystick) ■ New ERP (cloud based) “disruptive” products
Companies depend on customers and investors for resource New markets don’t solve the grow needs of large companies Markets that don’t exist yet can’t be analyzed Organization’s capabilities define its disabilities Technology supply may not equal Market demand (why and when good management lead to failure) 5 Principles
Cost of digitized knowledge → “Zero” Economic value is not based on ownership but use Knowledge collection, processing and transmitting will be dominant in all industries Boundary-less Highly networked Only the “top” is relevant; the “average” will be automated The only sustainable competitive advantage → “Learning”
Learning = Risk
Subsidiarity (forgiveness) Clubs and congresses (Togetherness) Horizontal fast-tracks (trust) Self-enlightenment (competence) Incidental learning (curiosity) Charles Handy “ Managing the Dream:” Wheel of Learning
We don’t learn to respond our questions We are afraid to fail We don’t collaborate The education system prioritize thing that are not impotent anymore Our brains are underused We need a revolution in our education system
16 March 2014, Sunday, at 16:00, UTC+2 I invite you on my open live Hangout Session 1: "The knowledge era, the innovation urgency and the ...
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