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"Boosting Collective IQ" - slide series depicting Doug Engelbart's call to action in an interactive visual format. The Bootstrap "Paradigm Map" portrays Doug's vision and strategy for dramatically …

"Boosting Collective IQ" - slide series depicting Doug Engelbart's call to action in an interactive visual format. The Bootstrap "Paradigm Map" portrays Doug's vision and strategy for dramatically raising our Collective IQ. See http://dougengelbart.org/vision/paradigm-map.html for video footage of Doug presenting these slides, and pointers on navigating the Map.

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  • 1. Boosting Collective IQ A Design for Dramatic Improvements in Productivity, Effectiveness, and Competitiveness Douglas C. Engelbart Christina Engelbart dougengelbart.org EXIT
  • 2. The Bootstrap "Paradigm Map" Collective IQ Improvement Community Deployment Targets? O H S Global Interoperability Objective Continuous Improvement Augmentation System Capability Infrastructure Co-Evolution Most Payoff Improvement Cycles Investment Criteria Improvement Infrastructure Bootstrap Strategy
  • 3. The Bootstrap "Paradigm Map" OBJECTIVE High-Performance Organizations Objective
  • 4. The Bootstrap "Paradigm Map" APPROACH Focus on the Capability Infrastructure Capability Infrastructure
  • 5. The Bootstrap "Paradigm Map" APPROACH Whole-System Augmentation Human System Tool System Augmentation System
  • 6. The Bootstrap "Paradigm Map" APPROACH Pragmatic Co-Evolution Co-Evolution
  • 7. The Bootstrap "Paradigm Map" Step-wise vs. Compounded ROI Most Payoff
  • 8. The Bootstrap "Paradigm Map" STRATEGIC QUESTION What would yield the compounded ROI? Investment Criteria
  • 9. The Bootstrap "Paradigm Map" STRATEGIC TARGET Faster, smarter "improvement cycles" Improvement Infrastructure
  • 10. The Bootstrap "Paradigm Map"
    • COMPOUNDING ROI
    • Targeting Collective IQ
        • Boosts Product Cycle
        • Boosts Improvement Cycle
    Bootstrap Strategy
  • 11. The Bootstrap "Paradigm Map"
    • Collective IQ boosted by:
            • Co ncurrently D eveloping I ntegrating & A pplying K nowledge
    CoDIAK Collective IQ
  • 12. The Bootstrap "Paradigm Map" CHALLENGE Global Interoperability for collective use Global Interoperability
  • 13. The Bootstrap "Paradigm Map" O pen H yperdocument S ystem Critical missing piece of the tool system O H S
  • 14. The Bootstrap "Paradigm Map" QUESTION Best targets for deploying new capabilities? Deployment Targets?
  • 15. The Bootstrap "Paradigm Map" ANSWER Advanced Pilots especially within Networked Improvement Communities Improvement Community
  • 16. The Bootstrap "Paradigm Map"
    • RESULTS !
    • Smarter and Faster:
          • Product Cycles
          • Improvement Cycles
    • = Compounded ROI
    Improvement Cycles
  • 17. The Bootstrap "Paradigm Map" Ever accelerating continuous improvement! Continuous Improvement
  • 18. The Bootstrap "Paradigm Map" OBJECTIVE High-Performance Organizations Objective
  • 19. Objective
    • Coping with complexity and urgency collectively
    • High performance
      • Individuals
      • Teams
      • Organizations
      • Regions
    • Improvement Strategy
      • Boosting Collective IQ
      • Boosting Improvement Infrastructure
      • Networked Improvement Communities
    END
  • 20. The Bootstrap "Paradigm Map"
    • Objective
      • Coping with complexity and urgency collectively
      • High performance
      • Improvement Strategy
    Objective
  • 21. The Bootstrap "Paradigm Map" APPROACH Focus on the Capability Infrastructure Capability Infrastructure
  • 22. Capability Infrastructure Solving large-scale problems requires collective capability END
  • 23. The Bootstrap "Paradigm Map" Capability Infrastructure Capability Infrastructure
  • 24. The Bootstrap "Paradigm Map" APPROACH Whole-System Augmentation Human System Tool System Augmentation System
  • 25. The Whole Augmentation System Capability Infrastructure Paradigms Organizations Procedures Customs Methods Language Skills Knowledge Learning Attitudes Human System Facilities Media Tools Machinery Vehicles etc. Tool System
  • 26. Augmentation System Capability Infrastructure Facilities Media Tools Machinery Vehicles etc. TOOL System Paradigms Organizations Procedures Customs Methods Language Skills Knowledge Learning Attitudes HUMAN System Capability Infrastructure fed by the Human / Tool Augmentation System END
  • 27. The Bootstrap "Paradigm Map" Paradigms Organizations Procedures Customs Methods Language Skills Knowledge Learning Attitudes Facilities Media Tools Machinery Vehicles etc. HUMAN System TOOL System Capability Infrastructure Augmentation System
  • 28. The Bootstrap "Paradigm Map" APPROACH Pragmatic Co-Evolution Co-Evolution
  • 29. The Co-Evolution Frontier Tools System Improvement Human System Improvement 1 20 Years Anticipatable Today Here? Anticipatable Today 20 Years Where is your organization today?
  • 30. The Co-Evolution Frontier Or, is this more like it? 2 Anticipatable Today Anticipatable Today Tools System Improvement Human System Improvement 20 Years 20 Years
  • 31. The Co-Evolution Frontier 3 Anticipatable Today Anticipatable Today Or this ? (more probable) Tools System Improvement Human System Improvement 20 Years 20 Years
  • 32. Anticipatable Today Anticipatable Today Tools System Improvement Human System Improvement 20 Years 20 Years ? Who will be the trailblazers? Outposts on the Co-Evolution Frontier END
  • 33. The Bootstrap "Paradigm Map" Tools System Human System 20 Years Anticipatable Today Anticipatable Today 20 Years Today's Frontier Penetration Co-Evolution
  • 34. The Bootstrap "Paradigm Map" Step-Wise vs. Compounded ROI Most Payoff
  • 35. The Bootstrap "Paradigm Map" STRATEGIC QUESTION What would yield the compounded ROI? Investment Criteria
  • 36. The Bootstrap "Paradigm Map" STRATEGIC TARGET Faster, smarter "improvement cycles" Improvement Infrastructure
  • 37. H T Simple Organizational Model
  • 38. H T Simple Organizational Model A Core Business Activity H T A Core Business Activity
  • 39. Showing explicit provision for Improving product cycle There should be a permanent "continuous improvement" B activity (as for TQM) H T A Core Business Activity Simple Organizational Model B Improves A's Capabilities
  • 40. Improving Product Cycle Improving Improvement Cycle Goals of B and C Activities H T A Core Business Activity B Improves A's Capabilities C Improves B's Capabilities
  • 41.
    • INTEGRATING:
    • • Input, feedback
      • • Evolving requirements
      • • Lessons learned
      • • Evaluations
    • TRANSFERRING:
    • • Paradigm shifts
      • • Pilots
      • • Best practices
      • • Support
    Pushing the Frontier Requires Collaboration H T A Core Business Activity B Improves A's Capabilities C Improves B's Capabilities END
  • 42. The Bootstrap "Paradigm Map" A Core Business Activity B Improves A's Capabilities C Improves B's Improvability H T Improvement Infrastructure
  • 43. The Bootstrap "Paradigm Map"
    • Compounding ROI
    • Targeting Collective IQ
        • Boosts Product Cycle
        • Boosts Improvement Cycle
    Bootstrap Strategy
  • 44. Improving Product Cycle Improving Improvement Cycle The Goals of B and C Activities H T A Core Business Activity B Improves A's Capabilities C Improves B's Capabilities
  • 45. Leveraging gains in collective IQ at multiple levels of the organization yields compounding ROI Extra Bootstrapping Leverage B C H T A END
  • 46. The Bootstrap "Paradigm Map" A B C H T Bootstrap Strategy
  • 47. The Bootstrap "Paradigm Map"
    • Collective IQ Boosted By:
            • Co ncurrently D eveloping I ntegrating & A pplying K nowledge
    CoDIAK Collective IQ
  • 48. How well people work collectively Organizational Unit of any size Leveraging their collective • memory • perception • planning • reasoning • foresight • experience into applicable knowledge
    • How quickly and intelligently people can respond to a situation collectively…
    Collective IQ:
  • 49. Interacting Scanning Ingesting External Environment Engaged in Basic Knowledge Processes CONCURRENTLY: • Assessing • Digesting • Integrating • Collaborating • Developing • Applying • Learning • (Re)using A Dynamic Knowledge Repository (DKR) emerges Rationale Mtg Records Reports Email Proposals Plans Intell Lessons Learned Commentary Contracts Source Code
  • 50. Interacting Scanning Ingesting External Environment CONCURRENTLY: • Assessing • Digesting • Integrating • Collaborating • Developing • Applying • Learning • (Re)using Engaged in Basic Knowledge Processes Rationale Mtg Records Reports Email Proposals Plans Intell Lessons Learned Commentary Contracts Source Code Rationale Mtg Records Reports Email Proposals Intelligence Lessons Learned Commentary Contracts Source Code Plans
  • 51. Interacting Scanning Ingesting External Environment Useful Categorization of the Evolving Knowledge Base CONCURRENTLY: • Assessing • Digesting • Integrating • Collaborating • Developing • Applying • Learning • (Re)using Rationale Mtg Records Reports Email Proposals Plans Intell Lessons Learned Commentary Contracts Source Code Memos Mtg. Records Rationale Commentary Change requests Recorded Dialog Papers, Books News Proceedings Brochures Surveys External Intelligence Plans Proposals Reports Specifications Source Code Knowledge Products
  • 52. Interacting Scanning Ingesting Intelligence Collection External Environment Recorded Dialog Knowledge Products Collective IQ Depends on CoDIAK CONCURRENTLY: • Assessing • Digesting • Integrating • Collaborating • Developing • Applying • Learning • (Re)using CO NCURRENTLY: • D eveloping • I ntegrating • A pplying K nowledge Memos Mtg. Records Rationale Commentary Change requests Recorded Dialog Papers, Books News Proceedings Brochures Surveys External Intelligence Plans Proposals Reports Specifications Source Code Knowledge Products
  • 53. Knowledge Products Intelligence Collection Recorded Dialog Concurrently Amplified by Interacting Knowledge Domains Knowledge Products Intelligence Collection Recorded Dialog END
  • 54. The Bootstrap "Paradigm Map" Interacting Scanning Ingesting External Environment Intelligence Collection Knowledge Products Recorded Dialog CONCURRENTLY: • Developing • Integrating • Applying Knowledge Collective IQ
  • 55. The Bootstrap "Paradigm Map" CHALLENGE Global Interoperability for collective use Global Interoperability
  • 56. Engineering Customers Joint-Venture Partners Manufacturing Quality Management Marketing Finance Legal Procurement Subcontractors Suppliers Example: Manufacturing Organization
  • 57. 4000 Third-Tier Suppliers 2000 Second-Tier Suppliers 200 First-Tier Suppliers Company X -- Major Aircraft Program 2000 - 3000 people Islands in a supplier hierarchy of a major aircraft program would be very costly Distributed Nationwide: • 6000 + companies • Collaborating on tasks & specifications • Tracking progress • Developing products END
  • 58. The Bootstrap "Paradigm Map" 4000 Third-Tier Suppliers 2000 Second-Tier Suppliers 200 First-Tier Suppliers Global Interoperability
  • 59. The Bootstrap "Paradigm Map" O pen H yperdocument S ystem Critical missing piece of the tool system O H S
  • 60. HUMAN SYSTEM TOOL SYSTEM OHS Technology Boosting Collective IQ Dynamic Knowledge Development
  • 61.
    • A collaborative hyperdocument environment
      • Hypermedia for "real work"
      • Unified knowledge capture and management
      • Enhanced utilization of knowledge assets
      • Enables concurrency, coordination, and collaboration
      • Evolvable, interoperable, scalable, and integrative
    OHS Enabling Technology
  • 62. CoDIAK Example Shared knowledge-work environment • Structured • Object linking • Viewing • Browsing • Shared Screens • Scripting OHS for Basic Collaborative Knowledge Work Shared Files
  • 63. CoDIAK Example Structured Multi-Media Document Shared knowledge-work environment • Structured • Object linking • Viewing • Browsing • Shared Screens • Scripting OHS for Basic Collaborative Knowledge Work
  • 64. CoDIAK Example Link to Any Object in Any File Shared knowledge-work environment • Structured • Object linking • Viewing • Browsing • Shared Screens • Scripting OHS for Basic Collaborative Knowledge Work
  • 65. CoDIAK Example Multiple Views of a Document Shared knowledge-work environment • Structured • Object linking • Viewing • Browsing • Shared Screens • Scripting z z z Document A: 3 Document A: 2 Document A: 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1 3 7 7e 7f 1 1a 1b 2 2a 2b 2c 3 3a 4 5 6 6a 6b 7 OHS for Basic Collaborative Knowledge Work
  • 66. CoDIAK Example Rapid, Direct Navigation Shared knowledge-work environment • Structured • Object linking • Viewing • Browsing • Shared Screens • Scripting OHS for Basic Collaborative Knowledge Work Shared Files
  • 67. CoDIAK Example Shared knowledge-work environment • Structured • Object linking • Viewing • Browsing • Shared Screens • Scripting Special architectural feature “ Let’s work on this together!” – “OK” for working together as if side by side Taking turns as the “designated driver” OHS for Basic Collaborative Knowledge Work Connect
  • 68. CoDIAK Example Shared knowledge-work environment • Structured • Object linking • Viewing • Browsing • Shared Screens • Scripting User Extensibility OHS for Basic Collaborative Knowledge Work Shared Files
  • 69. CoDIAK Example E-Mail Shared knowledge-work environment • Structured • Object linking • Viewing • Browsing • Shared Screens • Scripting OHS for Basic Collaborative Knowledge Work Shared Files
  • 70.
    • E-Mail Fully Augmented:
    • structured browsing, editing, filtering
    • object level manipulation …
    E-Mail Shared knowledge-work environment Shared Files From: ce.bi To: dce.bi Subject: Draft Plan In-reply-to: BI-DCE-XY4ZM Message: OK I added some wording in < engelbart,draft-plan@4c >. Take a look and tell me what you think. Also re: < @5a > I think we should incorporate the key points from < BI,plans,7b >. - Christina In-Box File Edit View Messages Tools Fields Email Document
  • 71. CoDIAK Example E-Mail Shared knowledge-work environment • Structured • Object linking • Viewing • Browsing • Shared Screens • Scripting OHS for Basic Collaborative Knowledge Work Shared Files Journal (Library) Journal (Library)
  • 72. To: terry.org Cc: lane.org Subject: Project Status Message: Attach < Doc-X > Example: Posting a document in the Journal Mail Draft Email Document File Edit View Fields Journal (Library) Document X Access Addendum-to Assign Classification Comment Disposition Extended-to Journal Keywords References-to Part-of Sign Supersedes Fields Journal
  • 73. To: terry.org Cc: lane.org Subject: Project Status Message: Attach < Doc-X > Journal: XYZ Example: Posting a document in the Journal terry.org lane.org Email Notices Mail Draft Email Document File Edit View Fields Journal (Library) Document X Send To: terry.org Cc: lane.org Subject: Project Status Journal: XYZ Message: Attach < Doc-X > Mail Draft Email Document To: terry.org Cc: lane.org Subject: Project Status Journal: XYZ Message: Attach < Doc-X > Mail Draft Email Document
  • 74. CoDIAK Example Catalog
    • Journal
    • Ext.Docs
    E-Mail Shared knowledge-work environment Journal (Library) Shared Files External Docs (Offline) • Structured • Object linking • Viewing • Browsing • Shared Screens • Scripting OHS for Basic Collaborative Knowledge Work
  • 75. Basic CoDIAK Support Shared knowledge-work environment CoDIAK Example Intelligence Data Knowledge Products Dialog • Structured • Object linking • Viewing • Browsing • Shared Screens • Scripting OHS for Basic Collaborative Knowledge Work
  • 76. CoDIAK Example Dir File Edit View Window Special Print Help Augmented Knowledge Workshop OHS Overview (2,ALL) Document Support AUTHORSHIP PROVISIONS IN AUGMENT ABSTRACT INTRODUCTION SOME BACKGROUND CONTROLLING THE TOOLS ADDRESSING THE WORKING MATERIALS CONTROLLING THE VIEWS EMBEDDING THE GRAPHIC TRAVELING THROUGH THE WORKING MODIFYING THE DOCUMENT SUPPORTING MULTI-PARTY CONCLUSION REFERENCES For Groups & Individuals • Structure • View Control • Browsing • Object-level • Linking • Integrated Editor Journal: oad,2250 (1,1) Basic CoDIAK Support Shared knowledge-work environment Intelligence Data Knowledge Products Dialog • Structured • Object linking • Viewing • Browsing • Shared Screens • Scripting
  • 77. Dir File Edit View Window Special Print Help Augmented Knowledge Workshop Document Support AUTHORSHIP PROVISIONS IN AUGMENT ABSTRACT AUGMENT is a text processing system INTRODUCTION AUGMENT designed for analyzing human Authorship has received a great deal of We recognize explicitly that highly skilled In this regard, our design goal was to provide An explicit sub-goal in AUGMENT's This paper concentrates upon the development Studying another's work provides a SOME BACKGROUND AUGMENT commands are expressed with FILE CHARACTERISTICS CONTROLLING THE TOOLS ADDRESSING THE WORKING MATERIALS ADDRESSING THE WORKING MATERIALS There is a consistent set of addressing features Many of AUGMENT's unique author-support In the early stages of our program at SRI, we did HISTORY For Groups & Individuals • Structure • View Control • Browsing • Object-level • Linking • Integrated Editor Journal: oad,2250 (2,1) OHS Overview (2,ALL)
  • 78. Dir File Edit View Window Special Print Help Augmented Knowledge Workshop Document Support AUTHORSHIP PROVISIONS IN AUGMENT ABSTRACT AUGMENT is a text processing system INTRODUCTION AUGMENT designed for analyzing human Authorship has received a great deal of We recognize explicitly that highly skilled In this regard, our design goal was to provide An explicit sub-goal in AUGMENT's This paper concentrates upon the development Studying another's work provides a SOME BACKGROUND AUGMENT commands are expressed with FILE CHARACTERISTICS AUGMENT employs explicitly structured files, (Note: AUGMENT workers generally use the CONTROLLING THE TOOLS ADDRESSING THE WORKING MATERIALS There is a consistent set of addressing EXPLICIT STATEMENT ADDRESSES MARKERS For Groups & Individuals • Structure • View Control • Browsing • Object-level • Linking • Integrated Editor Journal: oad,2250 (3,1) OHS Overview (2,ALL)
  • 79. Dir File Edit View Window Special Print Help Augmented Knowledge Workshop Document Support For Groups & Individuals • Structure • View Control • Browsing • Object-level • Linking • Integrated Editor Journal: oad,2250 (all,all) OHS Overview (2,ALL) AUGMENT is a text processing system marketed by Tymshare for a multi-user network environment. In AUGMENT’s frontend is a User Interface System that facilitates flexible evolution of command languages and provides optional command recognition features. Exceptionally fast and flexible control of interactive operations is enabled by concurrent action of mouse and optional one-handed chord keyset. Files are hierarchically structured, and textual address expressions can flexibly specify any text entity in any file. AUTHORSHIP PROVISIONS IN AUGMENT Douglas C. Engelbart Tymshare, Inc. Cupertino, California 95014 ABSTRACT INTRODUCTION
  • 80. OHS: to Support CoDIAK Work Processes and DKRs Catalog
    • Journal
    • Ext.Docs
    E-Mail Shared knowledge-work environment Journal (Library) Shared Files External Docs (Offline) Rationale Mtg Records Reports Email Proposals Plans Intell Lessons Learned Commentary Contracts Source Code
  • 81.
    • Tool-centric system
    • Function-oriented tool / system
    • Authoring and Publishing
    • Isolated passive libraries and archives
    • One user class: &quot;easy to use&quot;
    • Document-centric system
    • Integrated end-to-end knowledge management environment
    • Developing, integrating, & applying knowledge
    • Active &quot;living&quot; libraries seamlessly Integrated within the organization's work processes
    • Many classes of user: Pedestrian to high performance
    FROM TO OHS Represents a Paradigm Shift
  • 82.
    • File-level addressability
    • &quot;Load & scroll browsing&quot; in WYSIWYG or outline view modes
    • Windows tied to a file and to the application used
    • Each application has unique file design
    • Object-level addressability
    • &quot;Precision browsing&quot; Jumping directly to any object in any file with on-the-fly custom views
    • Windows are a portal onto a file repository; a variety of applications may be used on any file
    • Applications use common file design
    FROM TO OHS Represents a Paradigm Shift (cont.)
  • 83. To Support and Integrate CoDIAK-intensive Work
    • Program Management
    • Collaborative Planning & Tracking
    • Command and Control
    • Concurrent Engineering
    • Software Engineering (CASE)
    • Acquisitions Support (CALS)
    • CA - Integrated Architectures
    • Contracts Management
    • World Wide Web (WWW)
    • Records Management
    • Digital Libraries
    • Tele-commuting
    • Online Document Delivery
    • Groupware, CSCW
    • Enterprise Integration
    • Total Quality Management (TQM)
    • Continuous Process Improvement
    • Re-Engineering
    • Organizational Learning
    • Distance Learning
    • Technology Transfer
    • Networked Improvement Communities
    • etc...
    Potential OHS Applications END
  • 84. The Bootstrap &quot;Paradigm Map&quot; Catalog
    • Journal
    • Ext.Docs
    &quot;Throw-Away&quot; E-Mail Shared knowledge-work environment Journal (Library) Shared Files External Docs (Offline) O H S
  • 85. The Bootstrap &quot;Paradigm Map&quot; QUESTION Best targets for deploying new capabilities? Deployment Targets?
  • 86. HUMAN SYSTEM TOOL SYSTEM Pushing the Frontier Requires Aggressive Co-Evolution Dynamic Knowledge Development
  • 87. Mode 1 Distribution of Capability throughout an Organization Knowledge Capability Level 1 Increasing Organizational Capability
  • 88. Distribution of Capability throughout an Organization Knowledge Capability Level 2 Mode 2 Increasing Organizational Capability
  • 89. Distribution of Capability throughout an Organization Knowledge Capability Level 3 Mode 3 Increasing Organizational Capability
  • 90. Distribution of Capability throughout an Organization Knowledge Capability Level 4 Mode 4 Increasing Organizational Capability
  • 91. Distribution of Capability throughout an Organization Knowledge Capability Level 4 2 3 1 Multi-Faceted Deployment Strategy END
  • 92. The Bootstrap &quot;Paradigm Map&quot; Distribution of Capability throughout an Organization Knowledge Capability Level 4 2 3 1 Deployment Targets?
  • 93. The Bootstrap &quot;Paradigm Map&quot; ANSWER Advanced Pilots especially within Networked Improvement Communities Improvement Community
  • 94. Improving Product Cycle Improving Improvement Cycle Goals of B and C Activities H T A Core Business Activity B Improves A's Capabilities C Improves B's Improvability
  • 95. A B C 1 2 A B C n A B C
  • 96. A B 1 n 2 A B A B C C C Networked Improvement Communities H T Improvement Alliance Collaborative &quot; C &quot; Activities Bootstrapping Leverage
  • 97. What to Improve? 1. Doing Group Knowledge Work 2. Transferring ( ) 3. Integrating ( ) Customers Bootstrapping: Strategic Investment Criteria C B A
  • 98.
    • From their B & A activities
    • From External Environment
    • From Internal C Community
    • To integrate, analyze, and portray multiple-source contributions to its knowledge base
    Orgs 1 … n A C B H T C Community Core C-Community Capability
  • 99.
    • Direct experience with an advanced pilot activity.
    • Direct online access to extensive knowledge base.
    • 3. Continuous dialog and knowledge transfer.
    Partner Orgs Get Unique Value Orgs 1 … n A C B H T C Community Value END
  • 100. The Bootstrap &quot;Paradigm Map&quot; Networked Improvement Community A B C 1 n 2 A B C A B C H T Improvement Alliance Collaborative &quot; C &quot; Activities Improvement Community
  • 101. The Bootstrap &quot;Paradigm Map&quot;
    • RESULTS !
    • Smarter and Faster:
          • Product Cycles
          • Improvement Cycles
    • = Compounded ROI
    Improvement Cycles
  • 102. The Bootstrap &quot;Paradigm Map&quot; Ever accelerating continuous improvement! Continuous Improvement
  • 103. The Bootstrap &quot;Paradigm Map&quot;
    • Objective
      • Coping with complexity and urgency collectively
      • High performance
      • Improvement Strategy
    Objective
  • 104. The Bootstrap &quot;Paradigm Map&quot; Capability Infrastructure Capability Infrastructure
  • 105. The Bootstrap &quot;Paradigm Map&quot; Paradigms Organizations Procedures Customs Methods Language Skills Knowledge Learning Attitudes Facilities Media Tools Machinery Vehicles etc. HUMAN System TOOL System Capability Infrastructure Augmentation System
  • 106. The Bootstrap &quot;Paradigm Map&quot; Tools System Human System 20 Years Anticipatable Today Anticipatable Today 20 Years Today's Frontier Penetration Co-Evolution
  • 107. The Bootstrap &quot;Paradigm Map&quot; Step-Wise vs. Compounded ROI Most Payoff
  • 108. The Bootstrap &quot;Paradigm Map&quot; STRATEGIC QUESTION What would yield the compounded ROI? Investment Criteria
  • 109. The Bootstrap &quot;Paradigm Map&quot; A Core Business Activity B Improves A's Capabilities C Improves B's Improvability H T Improvement Infrastructure
  • 110. The Bootstrap &quot;Paradigm Map&quot; A B C H T Bootstrap Strategy
  • 111. The Bootstrap &quot;Paradigm Map&quot; Interacting Scanning Ingesting External Environment Intelligence Collection Knowledge Products Recorded Dialog CONCURRENTLY: • Developing • Integrating • Applying Knowledge Collective IQ
  • 112. The Bootstrap &quot;Paradigm Map&quot; 4000 Third-Tier Suppliers 2000 Second-Tier Suppliers 200 First-Tier Suppliers Global Interoperability
  • 113. The Bootstrap &quot;Paradigm Map&quot; Catalog
    • Journal
    • Ext.Docs
    &quot;Throw-Away&quot; E-Mail Shared knowledge-work environment Journal (Library) Shared Files External Docs (Offline) O H S
  • 114. The Bootstrap &quot;Paradigm Map&quot; Distribution of Capability throughout an Organization Knowledge Capability Level 4 2 3 1 Deployment Targets?
  • 115. The Bootstrap &quot;Paradigm Map&quot; Networked Improvement Community A B C 1 n 2 A B C A B C H T Improvement Alliance Collaborative &quot; C &quot; Activities Improvement Community
  • 116. The Bootstrap &quot;Paradigm Map&quot;
    • RESULTS !
    • Smarter and Faster:
          • Product Cycles
          • Improvement Cycles
    • = Compounded ROI
    Improvement Cycles
  • 117. The Bootstrap &quot;Paradigm Map&quot; Ever accelerating continuous improvement! Continuous Improvement
  • 118. The Bootstrap &quot;Paradigm Map&quot; Collective IQ Improvement Community Deployment Targets? O H S Global Interoperability Objective Continuous Improvement Augmentation System Capability Infrastructure Co-Evolution Most Payoff Improvement Cycles Investment Criteria Improvement Infrastructure Bootstrap Strategy
  • 119. End of Slideshow Extra Slides and Photos Follow
  • 120. • External Intelligence: gathering; integration • Comprehensive Scenario Development • Enterprise Process Modeling • Knowledge Management / Intellectual Capital • Full-Enterprise CoDIAK -- and Global OHS • Total Quality Candidate NICs Targeting Improvements In:
  • 121. • Communities of agencies cooperating toward improving capabilities of, e.g.: • Procurement • Budgeting • Large-Project Management • Generic Knowledge-Work • AND ESPECIALLY: Planning and implementing internal capability improvements Pilot Deployment Candidates
  • 122. • Evolve into a NIC that supports a (growing) community of NICs -- a TurboNIC (MetaNIC, SuperNIC) • With a smallest core of fixed staff • Developing this as a high-performance virtual organization And what does the Bootstrap Alliance propose to do?
  • 123.
    • Where to find us on the World Wide Web:
      • http://www.bootstrap.org
    Bootstrap Alliance Website
  • 124. other other other Conoco A.C. ASIS Berkeley NTT Koop Hll IFTF CMU Netscape Kellogg ETF Stanford Sun other USAF CIA GSA C Gov't Industry Universities Not-for-profit Initiatives Sharing Solutions: Note: Representative organizations that have indicated an interest in this approach. H T
    • Common Challenges, Issues, Requirements
    • Share Advice, Strategies, Lessons learned
    &quot;C&quot; Level Cooperative The Alliance Idea C C C C
  • 125. Photos
  • 126. Photo Contents 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48
  • 127. 1. Judy at Workstation (1964)
  • 128. 2. First Mouse
  • 129. 3. Knee Control
  • 130. 4. Keyset
  • 131. 5. Keyset Code
  • 132. 6. C-supported Meeting (1967)
  • 133. 7. Martin with CRT Display Module (1968)
  • 134. 8. Jake with Display Generator System
  • 135. 9. Lab-type Workstation
  • 136. 10. Duvall at &quot;Yoga&quot; Workstation
  • 137. Last slide @ 122
  • 138. The Bootstrap &quot;Paradigm Map&quot; Objective
  • 139. A B C H T I redrew this slide, thought to keep a copy here just in case.
  • 140.  

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