User Adoption Strategy

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  • Why User Adoption?\n\n\n
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  • we can learn most rapidly about the psychology of persuasion and persuasive technology by working with existing solutions.\n\nBe an early adopter. Don’t be that guy who is \n
  • When one looks at the history of successful consumer Internet services, a striking similarity emerges: Each service started in a small, focused way: Google offered a simple search box. Yahoo was merely a list of links. Facebook was a directory created for friends. As the small offerings succeeded, they expanded. That approach to innovation works. In contrast, services launched with many features or ambitious goals seem always to fail.\n
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  • Slowdown Aging & Disease Process\nBiotech\nNano-tech\n
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  • User Adoption Strategy

    1. 1. USER ADOPTIONSTRATEGY
    2. 2. TINYURL.COM/BIBLETECH
    3. 3. TECHSMO Helping leaders LEAD with technology & social media
    4. 4. DIFFERENT PRODUCT, SIMILAR CHALLENGE
    5. 5. DIGITAL LITERACY
    6. 6. PIONEER
    7. 7. USER ADOPTIONSTRATEGY
    8. 8. NO ADOPTION = NO VALUE
    9. 9. INNOVATORSEARLY ADOPTERSEARLY MAJORITYLATE MAJORITYLAGGARDS
    10. 10. TECHNOLOGYACCEPTANCEMODEL
    11. 11. the degree to which a person PERCEIVED believes that using a particularUSEFULNESS system would enhance his or her performance
    12. 12. the degree to which a PERCEIVED person believes thatEASE-OF-USE using a particular system would be free from effort
    13. 13. DEFINE RESEARCH DESIGN IDEATE PROTOTYPETHINKING CHOOSE IMPLEMENT LEARN
    14. 14. GETMENTALNOTES.COM
    15. 15. CONCEPTS
    16. 16. FOCUS ON THE “WHY”NOT THE “WHAT”
    17. 17. DON’T REINVENT THEWHEEL. STUDY IT.
    18. 18. EVERYTHINGSTARTEDSMALL BIG
    19. 19. PROGRESSIVE DISCLOSURE
    20. 20. SIMPLE & SOPHISTICATED
    21. 21. QR CODES
    22. 22. THE INTERNET OF THINGS
    23. 23. GE SMART GRID
    24. 24. AUGMENTING REALITY
    25. 25. COMPUTATIONAL POWER IS PREDICTED TO EXCEED THAT OF A HUMAN BRAIN WITHIN 10 YEARS AND TO EXCEED ALL HUMAN BRAINS WITHIN 30
    26. 26. I WILL LIVE LONG ENOUGH TO LIVE FOREVER... -RAY KURZWEIL
    27. 27. SCARY
    28. 28. I AM SURE THAT NEITHER DEATH NOR LIFE, NOR ANGELS NOR RULERS, NOR THINGS PRESENT NOR THINGS TO COME, NOR POWERS, NORHEIGHT NOR DEPTH, NOR ANYTHING ELSE IN ALLCREATION, WILL BE ABLE TO SEPARATE US FROM THE LOVE OF GOD IN CHRIST JESUS OUR LORD. Romans 8:38
    29. 29. GUTENBERG OPPORTUNITIES
    30. 30. QUESTIONS?
    31. 31. THANK YOU!AARON@GOPOTLUCK.COM

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