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  • 1. WHAT ABOUT IDENTITY? Repercussions of convergence on organizational systematized identity Catarina Lélis [lelis@ua.pt] Doutoramento em Informação e Comunicação em Plataformas Digitais (FLUP + DECA-UA)
  • 2. WHAT ABOUT IDENTITY? Repercussions of culture and media convergence on organizational systematized identity Every organization has its own identity, which can serve as a force to promote change or, on the contrary, to fight change, depending on members involvement. Convergence is a type of change through innovation.
  • 3. WHAT ABOUT IDENTITY? Repercussions of culture and media convergence on organizational systematized identity Convergence may have repercussions on organizational claims and identity vehicles, namely on the following three events: Fusions and Participatory Kleinrock’s alliances culture vision Multiplicity of identities Produsage of New identity identity vehicles vehicles
  • 4. WHAT ABOUT IDENTITY? Repercussions of culture and media convergence on organizational systematized identity What Where identity How What for Systematized identity represents the management of intangible identity aiming its explicit manifestation
  • 5. WHAT ABOUT IDENTITY? Repercussions of culture and media convergence on organizational systematized identity What Where identity Heritages Competences Culture Routines How What for Systematized identity represents the management of intangible identity aiming its explicit manifestation
  • 6. WHAT ABOUT IDENTITY? Repercussions of culture and media convergence on organizational systematized identity What Where identity Heritages Competences Climate Culture Beliefs Mission Routines Behaviors How What for Systematized identity represents the management of intangible identity aiming its explicit manifestation
  • 7. WHAT ABOUT IDENTITY? Repercussions of culture and media convergence on organizational systematized identity What Where identity Heritages Competences Climate Culture Beliefs Mission Routines Behaviors Cohesion Differentiation How Belonging Loyalty Sharing What for Systematized identity represents the management of intangible identity aiming its explicit manifestation
  • 8. WHAT ABOUT IDENTITY? Repercussions of culture and media convergence on organizational systematized identity What Where identity Heritages Competences Climate Culture Beliefs Mission Routines Behaviors Communication Cohesion Differentiation How Belonging Loyalty Sharing What for Systematized identity represents the management of intangible identity aiming its explicit manifestation
  • 9. WHAT ABOUT IDENTITY? Repercussions of culture and media convergence on organizational systematized identity Fusions and alliances Cultures imposing beliefs and values Multiple identities: divergent cultures and styles +x-÷ =
  • 10. WHAT ABOUT IDENTITY? Repercussions of culture and media convergence on organizational systematized identity Fusions and alliances Knowledge Convergence Transdisciplinarity Cultural Convergence Different Business Model Professional Convergence One Man Show
  • 11. WHAT ABOUT IDENTITY? Repercussions of culture and media convergence on organizational systematized identity Fusions and alliances A leader should assume the role of identity entrepreneur
  • 12. WHAT ABOUT IDENTITY? Repercussions of culture and media convergence on organizational systematized identity Participatory culture Content users are no longer in a remote place far from producers - they are produsers Systematized identity contents produsage by organizational members ®
  • 13. WHAT ABOUT IDENTITY? Repercussions of culture and media convergence on organizational systematized identity Participatory culture Intervenient Convergence Identity appropriation
  • 14. WHAT ABOUT IDENTITY? Repercussions of culture and media convergence on organizational systematized identity Participatory culture Identity standards manual should be reinvented adapting to participation
  • 15. WHAT ABOUT IDENTITY? Repercussions of culture and media convergence on organizational systematized identity Participatory culture Identity standards manual should be reinvented adapting to participation
  • 16. WHAT ABOUT IDENTITY? Repercussions of culture and media convergence on organizational systematized identity Kleinrock’s vision implemented in organizations Lack of contact with traditional identity holders/vehicles In Smart Spaces new identity holders/vehicles will be necessary
  • 17. WHAT ABOUT IDENTITY? Repercussions of culture and media convergence on organizational systematized identity Kleinrock’s vision implemented in organizations Technological Convergence Access Convergence Agnostic access to network Application Convergence Agnostic access to network
  • 18. WHAT ABOUT IDENTITY? Repercussions of culture and media convergence on organizational systematized identity Kleinrock’s vision implemented in organizations Aggregator able to unite into a coherent interface all technological resources global workers need
  • 19. WHAT ABOUT IDENTITY? Repercussions of culture and media convergence on organizational systematized identity Kleinrock’s vision implemented in organizations Aggregator able to unite into a coherent interface all technological resources global workers need
  • 20. WHAT ABOUT IDENTITY? Repercussions of culture and media convergence on organizational systematized identity Kleinrock’s vision implemented in organizations Aggregator able to unite into a coherent interface all technological resources global workers need, disseminating organizational claims by means of systematized identity
  • 21. WHAT ABOUT IDENTITY? Repercussions of culture and media convergence on organizational systematized identity Kleinrock’s vision implemented in organizations Aggregator able to unite into a coherent interface all technological resources global workers need, disseminating organizational claims by means of systematized identity
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