Reinventing the Workplace

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  • Reinventing the Workplace

    1. 3. Everyone equiped Source: The Economist
    2. 4. All technologies available SourceForge
    3. 5. Permanent connectivity Network 1.0 Network 1.2 Network 2.0
    4. 6. Return of the nomads ? Source: « Nomads at Last », The Economist, April 2008 End of 1990’s Mid 2000’s Today
    5. 7. Growth of the third place 1 End of 1990’s Mid 2000’s Today 1 The Great Good Place, Ray Oldenburg (1989, 1991)
    6. 9. Urban nomad ? <ul><li>“ Well, I’m doing two days a week, at, uh, this airline magazine, which is not bad because it allows me to still do my three days as, like, a consultant with my old company, where now you get, um, paid by the hour. Which works well, because you can even do that when you’re traveling, which I have to do quite a bit of now because I’m also doing this speaker program for a tech company on the West Coast—well, was doing, because they’re cutting back on their off-site stuff because… ” </li></ul>Source: « The Gigg Economy », Tina Brown,The Daily Beast, April 2008
    7. 10. Or corporate nomad ?
    8. 11. Beyond mobility <ul><li>Return of the nomads </li></ul>Social mobility Geographicalmobility Professional mobility Work mobility Organization mobility Virtual individual mobility
    9. 12. A new taylorism … A given task can be filled by very different individuals with different contracts Tasks Labor categories Source: Dominique Turcq, Boostzone Institute
    10. 13. A global labor market … Geographical stickiness LOW LOW HIGH HIGH Skill level Maximum bottom driven wage arbitrage ( “proletarization”) e.g. photo tagging for Yahoo Maximum dependance of wages on migration policies for low skills workers Potential for cross border arbitrage of high skills (offshoring of services and tasks like call centers or medical X ray analysis), wage level fixed by lowest country wage Potential for high skills migrations and top driven wage arbitrage Source: Dominique Turcq, Boostzone Institute
    11. 14. … but is it the same WORK ? Leadership ? Expertise ? Management & administration ? Now, everything is fragmented
    12. 15. Management should awake from its industrial dream … « Management was originally invented to solve two problems: the frist – getting semi-skilled employees to perform repetitive activities competently, diligently and efficiently; the second, coordinating those efforts in ways that enabled complex goods and services to be produced in large quantities (…) (…) experts must admit the’ve reached the limits of Management 1.0 – the industrial age paradigm built atop the principles of standardization, specialization, hierarchy, control, and primacy of shareholder interest » Gary Hamel, Moon Shots for Management, in HBR February 2009
    13. 17. Me is at the center ME My company My professional networks My alumni network My NGO projects My projects My family
    14. 18. Time to re-center the workplace ? APPLICATIONS & DOCUMENTS PLACES MEDIA KNOWLEDGE & SHARING SEARCH PEOPLE
    15. 19. What to do with knowledge ? Product centric
    16. 20. How to think about organizations ? CEO HR Marketing Strategy Production IT Logistics R&D Supply Communication sales
    17. 21. How to think about development ? <ul><li>R&D </li></ul><ul><li>MSO </li></ul><ul><li>Operations </li></ul>Key Competencies R&D Competencies MSO Competencies Operations Competencies F1 F2 F3 F1 F2 F3 F1 F2 F3
    18. 22. www.boostzone.fr

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