Published on July 23, 2012
“Man is only capable of two things,making boxes and tools to make boxes”Alan Stacell -Design / Architecture Professor
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Work is not a place
Work is not a place 5
We are all workingright now 6
We work here 7
and Here The laptop was the gateway drug 8
to some really bad trips 9
Oh and then there arethese things 10
My guilty geekypleasure 11
The real advance:Ear bud shotcomputers that don’tsuck 12
Eﬃcient PowerEar bud shot 13
Always connected. 14
the cloud(s) 15
Always connected.Then there is theReverse-Don Draper-Eﬀect. 16
Our borders are Always connected.compromised andworlds collide.is the Don Then there Draper eﬀect. 17
Conversation Tennis. (asynchronous communications) 18
But really, why do wework like this? 19
because we have to. 20
because we have to. andbecause we want to. 21
How to Work
How to Work 23
multi-disciplinary teams 24
but not together 25
but “being” there 26
Creating a sense ofplace 29
Google Street view forthe oﬃce
structured and unstructuredorder and chaos 31
so what does that actually mean? 32
discover design deliver strategy and design research then development teamfolks do their thing, deﬁning the vision, the then the designers design it (software and hardware) builds solution, and the requirements it 33
failure points discover design deliver strategy and design research then development teamfolks do their thing, deﬁning the vision, the then the designers design it (software and hardware) builds solution, and the requirements it 34
!insight design build convergence of convergence of insight with design design with development 35
!insight design build convergence of convergence of insight with design design with development 36
discovering what wedon’t already know 37
hi-impact low-tech 40
“We consider that the architects in every profession are more estimable and know more and are wiser than the artisans, because they know the reasons of the things which are done.” 44
craftsmanshipGM Wagoner, Henderson, and WhittakerWhittaker said, “I don’t know anythingabout cars....a business is a business.” 45
the prototype 47
explorers, scientists, artists andentertainers 48
Introducing the next greatbusiness operating systemPowerPointOS 49
conclusionsthoughts summarypredictions 50
We are not going tobe working less butmight just perhapsbe happier working. 51
Its going to bemuch less aboutwho we work forand who we workwith. 52
Interesting is thegreat motivator andexperience nevertrumps curiosity. 53
We are what wemake. 54
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