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FRPA 2012 Conference, Florida Parks and Recreation Association Conference : The Impact of Technology. Bryan O'Rourke 2012

FRPA 2012 Conference, Florida Parks and Recreation Association Conference : The Impact of Technology. Bryan O'Rourke 2012

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    • Technology’s ApproachingImpact On Recreation & ParksFRPA Conference 2012@bryankorourke Bill Baggs Cape Florida 1
    • Free Stuff content available @ bryankorourke.com @bryankorourke Bryan K. O’Rourke Technology’s Approaching Impact On Recreation & Parks FRPA Conference 2012 @bryankorourke 2
    • Technology’s Approaching Impact Eleanor WarmackOn Recreation & Parks Executive DirectorFRPA Conference 2012@bryankorourke FRPA T. Michael Stavres Director Winter Haven Community   Don Decker Director Weston Parks and Recreation   Joan Byrne Director Largo Recreation, Parks and Arts   Kevin Dunbar Director Clearwater Parks and Recreation 3
    • The Impact of Technology OnParks & Recreation vast 4
    • O optimistfirst 20 to tweet @bryankorourke get a free copy 5
    • technology 3 6
    • 1changing consumers & constituents 7
    • 2globalization 8
    • 3 rapidly advancing technology 9
    • revolution 10
    • @bryankorourke Lighthouse Of Alexandria 290 BCNavigate Unfamiliar Waters Extinct Technology’s Approaching Impact On Recreation & Parks FRPA Conference 2012 @bryankorourke 11
    • 2012 Change Or Die GET THIS FOR FREE ! 9 Things Leaders &Bryan K. O’Rourke - CEO Integerus Brands Must Do To©2012 | www.bryankorourke.comJanuary 2012 Avoid Extinction & 12 Flourish
    • Improving the quality of life in your communities Your mindset is more importantthan anything else in achieving it. 13
    • parks and recreation industry 14
    • 315
    • Oremember “O” is for optimistic 16
    • 1 trends 17
    • 2 innovations18
    • 3 where to now ?19
    • 1 trends 20
    • technology 21
    • ray kurzweil 22
    • 23 ray kurzweil
    • Kurzweil law of accelerating returns24
    • Not A “Snails Pace” 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10....... 2,4, 8,16, 32, 64 ............technology is progressing muchfaster than many realize 25
    • fastest adoption everipad $9 billion4th biggest consumer electronic catagory 26
    • google glass projectwhat’s next ? 27
    • 6tech trends to watch 28
    • 1CLOUDCOMPUTING 29
    • 2MOBILITY 30
    • 15 billion devices - 2015 3 Augmented 31 Reality
    • 4 SOCIALIZATION OF THE WEB 32
    • 54Gamification 33
    • 64IntelligentMonitoring 34
    • digitization of all experience & 35
    • augmentation of physical experience 36
    • organization’s that get this connectionwill be more relevant 37
    • www.trendwatching.com PEOPLE TRENDS 38
    • The New Consumer:How Millennials Will Impact Parks & Recreation @bryankorourke39 Generational Impact bryankorourke.com
    • generosity, caring, authenticity40 G
    • Mobility, Connected, Applications Special Deals41
    • Online Culture, Online Status 42
    • 500 Million Using Health Apps By 2015 73% Consumers43
    • INTERESTING 2011 CONSUMER TRENDS WWW.TRENDWATCHING.COM eco-friendly yet superior functionality,design & savings. 44
    • 11. FREE LOVE “83% of US consumers want products, services and retailers to support more causes.”Generation G - Insights 45
    • you are competing for hearts and minds 46
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    • what does it 48 mean ? revolution 4
    • 49
    • O 50
    • we can make a bigger impact embracing change 51
    • what would our world be without it ? 52
    • what can our world become with it ? 53
    • 2 innovation54
    • Darwindisruption Of the ten leading vacuum tube companies, none participated in the transistor revolution. 55
    • digital darwinism: the revolution of people’s behavior 56
    • when society & technology evolve faster than we can adapt.... 57
    • 58
    • 59
    • 60
    • Requires Doing Things In New Ways 61 Economics
    • Supply Models 62
    • We are in the era of the humanization of business. Were living by small town rules again." CustomersDemand Models Driving Change 63
    • "It may be fatal to assume that minoradjustments to current business models will keepthe fitness industry abreast of changing times."http://futureoffitnesswhitepaper.ning.com/ 64
    • Technology’s Approaching ImpactOn Recreation & Parks GET IT FREE 65
    • City As A Platform @RachelSterne 66
    • Jennifer Pahlka @pahlkadot 67
    • 3 where to now ? You are competing for hearts & minds to help make a BIG impact on communities 68
    • Keep This In Mind Daniel Boorstin The greatest obstacle to discovery is not ignorance, it is the illusion of knowledgeBryan K. O’Rourke - CEO Integerus©2012 | www.bryankorourke.com 69
    • 9 Things You Should Consider Doing - If You Aren’t Already ;)Bryan K. O’Rourke - CEO Integerus©2012 | www.bryankorourke.com 70
    • I. LEADERSHIP | ACCEPT THINGS ARE REALLY CHANGING Relying On A Glorious Past & Defending The Status Quo Won’t Get You There.71 Bryan K. O’Rourke, CEO Integerus
    • II. Identify And ENABLE EVANGELISTS Organizations Need HERO’S To Reject The Status Quo & Usher In The New. You Need More People From OUTSIDE With Different Views .72 Bryan K. O’Rourke, CEO Integerus 9 Keys To Building A Social Fitness Business
    • III. SHIFT Tactics Move From An OUTBOUND To An INBOUND Philosophy. Listen & Understand Or Perish. Erradicate Old School Approaches73
    • IV. KEEP SERVING Your COMMUNITY Create Powerful Ideas That Solve Big Problems In Exceptional Ways. WOW do good, GiVE Bryan K. O’Rourke, CEO Integerus 74 9 Keys To Building A Social Fitness Business
    • V. Generate & Share Valuable INFORMATION BUILD TRUST Teach, Inform, Share, Learn, BE REAL. YOU ARE IN THE PUBLISHING BUSINESS NOW.75 Bryan K. O’Rourke, CEO Integerus 9 Things Fitness Industry Leaders & Brands Must Do To Avoid Extinction & Flourish
    • VI. Adopt SOCIAL ENTERPRISE PLATFORM | MOSOLO be OpEN The Enterprise Platform Is YourFuture. Move Tech Out Of The Realm Of The Few & Open It To The Many. Be MOBILE, SOCIAL & LOCAL 76 Bryan K. O’Rourke, CEO Integerus 9 Things Fitness Industry Leaders & Brands Must Do To Avoid Extinction & Flourish
    • VII. Involve ALL Stakeholders Collaborate With SUPPLIERS, EMPLOYEES, Shareholders, Customers, & Communities. Really LISTEN To All Who Will Share & Let Them Help You Create The Future.77 Bryan K. O’Rourke, CEO Integerus 9 Things Fitness Industry Leaders & Brands Must Do To Avoid Extinction & Flourish
    • VIII. TRAIN & TEACH People The New Disciplines Nurture The New Vision And Teach The New Disciplines 78 Bryan K. O’Rourke, CEO Integerus
    • IX. Align With Partners That Share The New Mindset Culture Eats Strategy For Breakfast. Make Sure Your Partners Agree That Its The End Of Business As Usual.79 Bryan K. O’Rourke, CEO Integerus
    • most importantly: think differently 80
    • Thank You content available @ bryankorourke.com @bryankorourke Bryan K. O’Rourke Technology’s Approaching Impact On Recreation & Parks FRPA Conference 2012 @bryankorourke 81