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Leadership in the new reality

  1. 1. 11/06/2012 Leadership in the new reality Side 1 Indsæt tekst eller deaktiver visning af sidefod
  2. 2. 11/06/2012Side 2
  3. 3. Leadership Follower 3
  4. 4. The art of “Knowledge”… hasgetting things become the resource,done through rather than a resource… ”people. P. Drucker
  5. 5. The Future of work• Value by innovation• Innovation is generating new knowledge and applying it.• More efficient task execution thru use of the human potential to adaption and feedback processes in the production.• The agile organization, that balance flexible decision making and organizational integration.• ICT is the critical component
  6. 6. The Game changing new reality“The shift from traditional mass media to asystem of horizontal communication networksorganized around the Internet and wirelesscommunication has introduced a multiplicity ofcommunication patterns,at the source of a fundamentalcultural transformation,as virtuality becomes an essential dimension ofour reality.” Catells: The rise of the Network society, 2010
  7. 7. 38 years to 50 mill. 13 years to 50 mill. 4 years to 50 mill. 9 months to1439 Gutenberg 200 mill.1480 110 Printing press in Europe
  8. 8. Networked Intelligence • Collaboration • Openness • Sharing • Integrity • Interdependence
  9. 9. Should we crowdsource strategy? In the best companies only 25 % know and understand the strategy Better quality & more alignmentSide 10
  10. 10. What does WEB 2.0 call forSide 11
  11. 11. The call for new Capabilites• Collaborate• Innovate• Adapt
  12. 12. Openness Sharing Diversity11/06/2012 Side 13 Interactivity Indsæt tekst eller deaktiver visning af sidefod
  13. 13. New Knowlegde Based Organizations • Apply new ways of learning & innovating • Create transparent meaning and purpose • Become a knowledge ecology • Balancing openness and cohesiveness • Open and sharing with environment • Flexible dynamic loosely connected network
  14. 14. Self-leadership – leading knowledge craftsmenTwo big shifts From control From time to to commitment task
  15. 15. Leadership in WEB 2.0• The culture and tools of the web are making traditional modes of leadership obsolete• Leaders is to become more open and inclusive• Greater ease of connecting people• Fuller organisational transparency• Lower the costs of collaboration• Web offers means of making organisations, and organising itself, more efficient and more effective
  16. 16. Leadership in WEB 2.0 • Leadership is an activity rather than a role • Leadership seen as a collective phenomenon • Need for individual leaders with higher levels of personal development • From organisation-centric to network- centric leadership • From “machine” to “organisme” organizations • From planning and controlling to learning and adapting • Shift from Generation X & Y to Generation Z
  17. 17. Self-leadershipDistributed leadership within the distributed organisation
  18. 18. The “Virtual” leadership model Creating 1. Creating context Context – Who are we? – Where are we? – What is our role? 2. Cultivating community – Virtual team spirit – Cooperation – Organisational citizenship 3. Co-activating leadership – Shared leadership – Leader intentCultivating Co-activating – Informal authoritycommunity leaders
  19. 19. Three core competencies1. Techno-dexterity – Understanding and facilitating with different technologies – When to use what – Making conscious, selective decisions depending on message and context2. Use of social networks – Building a strong social network and community across boundaries – Finding the optimal mix of face-to-face interactions and online interactions3. Authenticity – Not only genuine, but also transparent – Creating trust and commitment – Leadership is everything in a virtual workforce
  20. 20. Shared Leadership for the WEB 2.0 The art of getting things done with people. Rephrasing - Peter Drucker 21
  21. 21. Side 22