2020 hindsight

Engineers without Fears

So there's been a lot of noise from Stephen & Laurel & others about the Australia 2020 Summit. Australia is not in a place to ask any questions about 2020 let alone answer them. And our future will be different to our present. The best the 2020 Summit can do is float some tenative suggestions around that future - upturn a conceptual apple cart or two - but its immediate impact will be minimal.

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Coming to Your Senses with Iain McGilchrist

Jenny Connected

Each person was given the following handout and asked to draw on their own experience to discuss it in terms of how the different characteristics of the left hemisphere’s view of the word resonate with their personal understanding of education, teaching and learning.

2019 224

How Big is the Cloud?

Portals and KM

billion in 2011 to more than $241 billion in 2020, according to new Forrester forecast data reported in Sizing The Cloud by Stefan Ried, Ph.D. Based on Forrester’s cloud market taxonomy, this new report outlines the different market dynamics for the three core layers of cloud computing - the public cloud, the virtual private cloud, and the private cloud. billion in 2020. billion in 2020. billion in 2020. The cloud market will change as we move toward 2020.

Cloud 141

Everything Flows

Jenny Connected

If so, then all I can recommend is that at the end of 2020, you look out for the new book, ‘The Matter With Things’, as I will be doing. The ‘two are continuous with one another, different aspects of a single process.’ ( Bryan Magee, 1998 , p.156).

2019 138

Shaping the Future of Higher Education – standing still is not an option

Jenny Connected

Currently the balance of different students at Northampton looks like this. A possible scenario for 2020 might be this.

2014 209

Who influences the EU’s green infrastructure strategy?

Net-Map Toolbox

ABSTRACT: ” In 2013 the European Commission launched its new green infrastructure strategy to make another attempt to stop and possibly reverse the loss of biodiversity until 2020, by connecting habitats in the wider landscape. The research presented in this paper served to select stakeholders in preparation for a participatory scenario development process to analyze consequences of different implementation options of the European green infrastructure strategy.

2018 89

The Value and Limits of science

Jenny Connected

Public science is different to what good science is telling us. The two hemispheres find two different worlds. The same genes can give rise to different effects, e.g. Pax6 gives rise to different eyes in the fly, the frog and humans. A bit of background.

2019 163

Open Policy Making promises engagement as well as digital innovation

Social Reporter

This brings with it an opportunity to redefine the role of government, and even create a different relationship between state and public.

2015 182

Meet Your New CEO – Your Kid

Elsua

Never mind their different mindset and behaviours. It’s rather interesting how these wonderfully different working styles collide and clash with one another in an attempt to come up with something better, because there is always something better. .

2013 194

Working as knowmads: How to stimulate knowmadic working in organisations?

Joitske Hulsebosch

They differ in the way in which they employ social technology in their work, depending on the motivation to develop the subject and affinity with social technology. Een wereld vol knowmads in 2020. Imagine, you work in an organization and you are convinced of the importance of knowmads.

2017 141

Launching the Big Society Network

Social Reporter

Certainly the structure of the Big Society Network is different, and designed for independence: neighbourhood groups seeking support for social action can become shareholders in what is a mutual organisation. The aim is to have over 15 million members by 2020.

2010 243

More about The Big Society Network

Social Reporter

The tone – if not yet the substance – of Nat and Paul’s presentations and interview gave me hope that they’ll bring something different to social action. Whatever comes out the other end may look rather different.

2010 179

How #bigsociety can liberate three types of assets, by @rsamatthew

Social Reporter

For example, there are often strong social networks but these are hidden from policy makers and service providers, different networks don’t always join up and many people who could join in are isolated (these are all findings from the RSA Connected Communities project in New Cross).

Assets 126

The Information Needs of Communities

Alchemy of Change

and that is projected to decline to 13 percent by 2020 (page 23). But we are seeing a decline in the media with a particular strength—gathering the information—and seeing it replaced by a media that often exhibits a different set of strengths (for instance, distributing and interpreting it).

2011 230

Social Business, Where Do You Stand?

Elsua

The fact that there are two different and distinct types of businesses wanting to embrace it: Those who are there for the money, your money, that is, the easy buck.

2012 247

How #bigsociety can liberate three types of assets, by @rsamatthew

Social Reporter

For example, there are often strong social networks but these are hidden from policy makers and service providers, different networks don’t always join up and many people who could join in are isolated (these are all findings from the RSA Connected Communities project in New Cross).

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Comparing Collaboration and Social Networks - All Collaboration - allcollaboration.com

John Tropea - Delicious Social Network

This key distinction leads to the manner and means of networking that that are indeed different. It is worth noting that objectives are different of each player – employee, employer, customer and partner - in the collaboration network.

2010 46

Pen and paper sense-making 2.0

Chris Corrigan

Two weeks ago in our Leadership 2020 program I experimented with using a signification framework to harvest a World Cafe. Looking at and comparing the learning needs between the two sectors to see where the overlaps and differences are.

2015 68

IBM’s Smart Work Jam Under Way Already – Are You Jamming?

Elsua

Smart Work 2020 (Exploring the future of work) " Not bad for a provocative , and engaging!, Goodness! Today is going to be one of those days where I could surely do with a day of 36 hours, if not more!,

IBM 158

Ma

Engineers without Fears

I had the same experience again in a very different context this morning in a hospice sitting with a friend who is dying and talking to her son. Bizarrely about sport: the England game last night, the Lions Tour, 2020 world series and Andy Murray. Pots are formed from clay, but the empty space between it is the essence of the pot. - Lao Tse Listening is only partially about what is said. What is unsaid is often more important.

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Can Enterprise 2.0 fix Social Security?

Green Chameleon

Social Security system, which is projected to run out of money by the year 2020, but follow my logic here. What difference does it make that the individual at the other end of an electronic interchange is 18 or 80? Of course Enterprise 2.0 by itself won’t fix the U.S. The New York Times just ran a piece on the advantages of keeping people working past what is considered “traditional&# retirement age.

2008 100

Notes on Wednesday's Keynote at Lotusphere 2012 - The Future of Social Technology

Michael Sampson - Currents

Watson was a collection of different technologies from across the IBM portfolio - eg., cloud delivery - $41 billion today, growing to $241 billion by 2020. The session has three individual sessions, then a panel discussion of the three speakers. Speaker 1 - Sir Tim Berners-Lee. - The web was originally was supposed to be about a collaborative space. Social business is a way of getting there. Cerf developed IP in the late 1960s.

2012 126

Pen and paper sense-making 2.0

Chris Corrigan

Two weeks ago in our Leadership 2020 program I experimented with using a signification framework to harvest a World Cafe. Looking at and comparing the learning needs between the two sectors to see where the overlaps and differences are.

2015 51

Links of the Quarter: September 2018

How to Save the World

Not Ready for 2020: Cory Booker castigates Democrats for simply opposing Trump and not offering a viable alternative or real policies addressing the critical issues of the day. Cartoon by Hugh Macleod from Gaping Void.

2018 59

The village as a venue

Chris Corrigan

Last week, we hosted a group of 35 emerging and legacy leaders in the human services sector on Bowen Island to kick off our sixth Leadership 2020 cohort. this is an almost archetypal journey, and it marks a thresh hold to a different experience. How’s this for a conference centre?

2015 89

Enterprise 2.0 Conference Notes: Enterprise 2.0 Black Belt Workshop - Afternoon Part One - Darwin Discovery Engine Blog

John Tropea - Delicious Community

 Ted covered different types of metrics.Quantitative metrics at a minimal level can look at log-ins and contributors. Ted said to be careful of benchmarks ascontexts are very different. Darwin Discovery Engine Blog Discussing the chaos emerging from Web 2.0

2010 36

australian km? deceptive pragmatism

Engineers without Fears

There is a willingness to mix approaches from different sources where appropriate. You want a 2020 vision , then go for this. I was shooting the breeze having a very serious business meeting with Laurie Lock Lee yesterday and I was reminded of this post I wrote a few years back. Laurie has been applying some VNA stuff to a specific set of business issues in a neat way. In many ways it reminds me of Shawn's approach to the Cynefin / Cognitive Edge stuff.

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Building Social Business: The Seven Types of Social Roles in Employee Communities

John Tropea - Delicious Community

At 2020 Social , we use a simple Engagement Architecture framework for designing social platforms, including online communities. Thoughtful Moments XLRI Jamshedpur - News and latest Updates XLRI Ushers in Job Creators, Batch 2 Rashmi Bansal Crash course in curiosity Abhishek Mittal PWC Research : The Talent Race Rakesh Jhunjhunwala Once Upon A Time In Delhi: The Story Of The Commonwealth Games HRmarketer.com Blog I Love Rewards & Recogni(zing) that something is, well, Different.

2011 43

Practical reconciliation

Chris Corrigan

Today we are preparing to welcome our third Indigenous Focus cohort for the Leadership 2020 program. Participants are from many different backgrounds, ethnicities and communities but they are all working with indigenous children and families.

2015 53

Walking with complexity frameworks

Chris Corrigan

Annemarie and I have been teaching the Leadership 2020 program for a number of years now and we both love walking: she on the long pilgrimages of the Camino and Shikoku and me in the mountains of southern British Columbia.

2017 48

Building Social Business: 5 Skills for Online Community Managers

John Tropea - Delicious Community

Passion about sharing knowledge - A community may have lots of different objectives - but the primary behaviour that makes it successful is a small group of people incredibly passionate about sharing their knowledge with others. Building Social Business At the intersection of Enterprise 2.0

Building Social Business: What Is Social Collaboration in an Organization

John Tropea - Delicious Collaboration

So whats the difference between collaboration and social collaboration? The one aspect IMHO social collaboration is different, is that it is emergent. Building Social Business At the intersection of Enterprise 2.0 and Organization Development.

2011 61

Preparing for Collapse: Non-Attachment, NOT Detachment

How to Save the World

We are all different, and the best way for each of us to cope will be different. There is something seemingly unfathomable to the human mind about exponential curves.

2012 98

The village as a venue

Chris Corrigan

Last week, we hosted a group of 35 emerging and legacy leaders in the human services sector on Bowen Island to kick off our sixth Leadership 2020 cohort. this is an almost archetypal journey, and it marks a thresh hold to a different experience. How’s this for a conference centre?

2015 46

Building Social Business: Connecting, Sharing and Collaborating

John Tropea - Delicious Collaboration

Building Social Business At the intersection of Enterprise 2.0 and Organization Development. Facilitating Social Collaboration with Enterprise Social Networking. Leveraging Community thinking.

2011 51

HR Magazine - Exclusive: Google research heralds arrival of the human systems director

John Tropea - Delicious Collaboration

By 2020 the workplace will be transformed by the sharing and development of ideas, according to a study of 3,500 employees, 100 HR managers and 100 IT managers across the UK, France, Germany, the US and Japan, conducted by the Future Foundation on behalf of Google. "It What will job roles and work look like in 2020? Features. HR TV. Blogs. About. Contact. HR Most Influential. HR Excellence Awards. HR Vision. Employee benefits. Learning & development. Employment law. Recruitment.

2011 34

10 Community Manager Responsibilities that Don't Involve Twitter.

Delicious/choconancy/online_facilitation

I remember sitting in an ROI webinar with New Marketing Labs’ Justin Levy , and he more or less skimmed through 5 or 6 different measuring tools like Grader, and of course, Google Analytics. The difference is updating your website to Web 2.0.

All work is social. Work is conversation. | The AppGap

John Tropea - Delicious Social Network KM

I posted some time ago a taxonomy I borrowed from Tony Byrne , that summarizes the different paths by which technology vendors bring our social sides to life. About | Contributors | Contact us | Subscribe: via RSS , via Twitter UPCOMING WEBINAR: No Time, No Budget, Fewer People?

How to Save the World

How to Save the World

The frustration with the myriad of differentregulations, and different types of regulations, is palpable. Dave Pollards environmental philosophy, creative works, business papers and essays. In search of a better way to live and make a living, and a better understanding of how the world really works. July 7, 2008 The Seven Steps to Business Sustainability Interface Carpets sustainability model I ts tough explaining sustainability to executives.

2008 35