NERCOMP: Web Governance - Planning for Disruption

  • 687 views
Uploaded on

Only some emerging technologies will become disruptive. Can we identify which ones? If so, how? We'll survey some current methods for: analyzing present conditions, examining trends on the horizon, …

Only some emerging technologies will become disruptive. Can we identify which ones? If so, how? We'll survey some current methods for: analyzing present conditions, examining trends on the horizon, spotting which might become disruptive, and preparing for the unexpected.

More in: Education , Technology
  • Full Name Full Name Comment goes here.
    Are you sure you want to
    Your message goes here
    Be the first to comment
    Be the first to like this
No Downloads

Views

Total Views
687
On Slideshare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
1

Actions

Shares
Downloads
3
Comments
0
Likes
0

Embeds 0

No embeds

Report content

Flagged as inappropriate Flag as inappropriate
Flag as inappropriate

Select your reason for flagging this presentation as inappropriate.

Cancel
    No notes for slide

Transcript

  • 1. Planning for Disruption:Governance, Strategy, and Management in a Web 3.0 World February 7, 2011 Jay Collier • jay.collier@thecompass.com bit.ly/nercomp_disruption B. S. Wise
  • 2. “An act of delayingor interrupting the continuity”
  • 3. “A ‘disruptive innovation’ is aninnovation that transforms an existingmarket or sector — or creates a newone — by introducing simplicity,convenience, accessibility, reliability,and affordability”
  • 4. SURVEYMost disruptive of 20th century? 40 Air travel 8% 30 Electricity 39% The Internet 38% 20 Nuclear weapons 4% 10 The Pill 3% 0 Untitled 1
  • 5. SURVEYWho is most responsible? 50 Agile incumbents 13% 37.5 Early adopters 34% 25 Investors 6% 12.5 Scrappy upstarts 47% 0
  • 6. SURVEYWhich have been most disruptive? Proprietary systems ! Open software and standards Text interfaces ! Graphical Web browsers Landlines ! Cell phones and network access Wired modems ! Broadband and wireless networks Real-time video viewing ! Digital video recorders Centralized servers ! Peer-to-peer file sharing Expensive mainframes ! Cheap portable storage Content management ! Free blogging services Video studios ! YouTube and camcorders Local storage ! Cloud computing, accessed anywhere
  • 7. The way it was ... David DeHeter
  • 8. The way it was ... Luis Argerich
  • 9. The way it has been ... NASA Goddard Photo and Video
  • 10. The way it will be ... GE Healthcare
  • 11. Vizzzual.com
  • 12. docsearls
  • 13. Andrew de Poda
  • 14. Martin Luff
  • 15. Martin Luff
  • 16. • Inventory local conditions• Survey underground pressures• Evolve agile practices Assoc. Bay Area Governments
  • 17. Inventory local conditions David de Hetre
  • 18. INVENTORY LOCAL CONDITIONSBusiness context Mission Statement Ford Motor Company: Values Statement We are a global family with a proud Microsoft: heritage passionately committed to providing personal mobility for honesty, Competitors/constituents We value integrity, people around the world.Amnesty International: openness, personal excellence, constructive self-criticism, SWOT Statement • UN Human Rights Commission continual self-improvement, and mutual respect. Strengths Weaknesses • Médcins Sans Frontières Expertise Location Marketing Distribution Innovative svc. Quality • Human Rights Watch Opportunities Threats International Price war Mergers Regulations
  • 19. INVENTORY LOCAL CONDITIONSGovernance framework Marc Smith, Colin Project Perfect, Level Five Solutions
  • 20. INVENTORY LOCAL CONDITIONSDefinitions for success 30 Lines, David Carrington, Wesley Fryer
  • 21. INVENTORY LOCAL CONDITIONSCurrent staff and budgeting structure Matthew Cua, D’Arcy Norman, Jay Collier
  • 22. INVENTORY LOCAL CONDITIONSDomain architecture Jay Collier
  • 23. INVENTORY LOCAL CONDITIONSTactical priorities
  • 24. Survey underground pressures Stephen Jones
  • 25. SURVEY EXTERNAL PRESSURESEnvironmental scan
  • 26. SURVEY EXTERNAL PRESSURESVirtual prediction markets
  • 27. SURVEY EXTERNAL PRESSURESDelphi forecasting method ADOPTION WITHIN ONE YEAR Mobile computing & open content ADOPTION WITHIN THREE YEARS Electronic books & simple augmented reality ADOPTION WITHIN FIVE YEARS Gesture-based computing & visual data analysis
  • 28. SURVEY EXTERNAL PRESSURESScenario development Communications technology scenarios 2015 Digital The Wide The Long Great World of ImbricationBalkanization Open World Recession Points Nation Course management Libraries E-books Collaboration tools Scholarly communication Administrative computing Computer hardware Professional development NITLE
  • 29. SURVEY EXTERNAL PRESSURESSystems approach Jay Collier, Wikipedia
  • 30. Prepare for unexpected challenges San Jose Library
  • 31. PREPARE FOR DISRUPTION1. Monitor
  • 32. PREPARE FOR DISRUPTION2. Listen Pelle Sten, Tim Pierce, Kristen Wolff
  • 33. PREPARE FOR DISRUPTION3. Prioritize Eliatt, Jay Collier
  • 34. PREPARE FOR DISRUPTION4. Prototype Text
  • 35. PREPARE FOR DISRUPTION5. Formalize Rob Enslin, Babak Fakhamzadeh, Daniel Panev
  • 36. PREPARE FOR DISRUPTION6. Operationalize Robert Higgins, Perhapstoopink, UMass, EDUCAUSE
  • 37. PREPARE FOR DISRUPTION7. Iterate 1996 2001 2006 Wikipedia
  • 38. PREPARE FOR DISRUPTION8. Evaluate sBenefits (revenue, lead generation) - Costs (people, materials) = ROI Bill McChesney, TopRankBlog
  • 39. PREPARE FOR DISRUPTION9. Repeat Awareness Knowledge Selection Satisfaction Loyalty Advocacy Robin Corps
  • 40. Planning for Disruption:Governance, Strategy, and Managementin a Web 3.0 Worldbit.ly/nercomp_disruptionJay Collier • jay.collier@thecompass.com B. S. Wise