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How can we make sure that the invaluable experience and know-how we share at international conferences like these gets turned into concrete business advantage? More specifically, how do you translate ...

How can we make sure that the invaluable experience and know-how we share at international conferences like these gets turned into concrete business advantage? More specifically, how do you translate the intangible wealth of experience inside and outside your organization into big-time benefits to balance sheets?

In this keynote given at J. Boye Philadelphia 13 and updated for J. Boye Aarhus 13, I tried to explain not only how to avoid pitfalls that other people have already encountered – and tackled successfully, but also on the broader perspective of supporting and encouraging these knowledge-sharing processes, and how to maximize the benefits.

The talk is the first public presentation based on my upcoming book on this unexplored dimension of experience-swapping and knowledge-sharing, and I shared how I am developing and expanding this little-explored area of management, innovation, and organizational development.

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    • Turning Experience Into Advantage J. Boye Aarhus 13 November 5 jb@jboye.com #jboye13 Janus Boye @janusboye
    • The New World’s wheel
    • Vikings had their advantage
    • Welcome to J. Boye Aarhus 13
    • A wilder ride than originally anticipated
    • ”Human intelligence is richer and more dynamic than we have been led to believe by formal academic education” - Sir Ken Robinson
    • My hunger for learning
    • Rewind 15 years
    • Back in the 90s
    • Working in Munich
    • WWW7 in Brisbane
    • WWW8 in Toronto
    • Hypertext 99 in Darmstadt
    • Information becomes knowledge
    • Knowledge becomes experience and experience wins
    • We’ve come a long way since 2005
    • It has taken me 10 years
    • ”People don’t want a drill machine, they want a hole in the wall” - Philip Kotler
    • Let me ask you a question
    • Question: What are the world’s 10 largest cities?
    • Question: What are the world’s 10 largest cities with a female mayor?
    • Question: What are the world’s 10 largest cities with a female mayor? Which of those mayors is best at getting the job done?
    • A different perspective
    • ”I’m really sorry, but I don’t see the point of spending time or money on something with no real tangible benefit to me or the business” - A UK manager in late 2012
    • Taking experiment out of change
    • Vast untapped reserves
    • Blood donation – visiting Stockholm
    • …and bringing home new insights
    • Working together
    • Sharing is caring
    • Turn up sharing
    • Enter: Experiology
    • Turn up business advantage
    • Turning Experience Into Advantage J. Boye Aarhus 13 November 5 jb@jboye.com #jboye13 Janus Boye @janusboye