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Real-time Web: Timeshifting Organizational Learning

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Teemu Arina's presentation at the DCL conference in Vanajanlinna, Hämeenlinna on 4th of November 2009. For more information, see http://tarina.blogging.fi

Teemu Arina's presentation at the DCL conference in Vanajanlinna, Hämeenlinna on 4th of November 2009. For more information, see http://tarina.blogging.fi

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  • 1. REAL-TIME WEB Timeshifting Organizational Learning November 2009 Teemu Arina tarina.blogging.fi tar1na
  • 2. CHANGING CONTEXT OF LEARNING AT WORK
  • 3. Ours is a brand-new world of allatonceness. McLuhan
  • 4. We can no longer build serially, block-by-block, step-by-step, McLuhan
  • 5. ...because instant communication insures that all factors of the environment and of experience co-exist in a state of active interplay." – Marshall McLuhan (1967)
  • 6. “We might already be beyond the age of speed, by moving into the age of real-time. The move towards real-time is one way out of the world of speed.” Ivan Illich 1996
  • 7. FROM LINEAR SEQUENTIAL MODELS
  • 8. TO NON-LINEAR SIMULTANEOUS PARALLEL HAPPENING
  • 9. FACTORIES & SCHOOLS DIGITAL ECOSYSTEMS
  • 10. I NEED IT ALL AND I WANT IT NOW
  • 11. Ref: Domino’s Pizza, USA
  • 12. NOW WEB – JWT Trendletter August 2009
  • 13. AWARENESS “We define awareness as the ongoing interpretation of representations i.e. of human activity and of artifacts.” – Matthew Chalmers et al. (2002)
  • 14. AWARENESS SYSTEMS “...offer tremendous potential for innovation, with a wide range of forms and contexts for transforming the space around us.” – Panos Markopoulos et al. (2009)
  • 15. INFORMATION & ATTENTION “What information consumes is rather obvious: it consumes the attention of its recipients. Hence a wealth of information creates a poverty of attention.” – Social Scientist Herbert Simon (1971)
  • 16. ATTENTION ECONOMY “Attention is focused mental engagement on a particular item of information. Items come into our awareness, we attend to a particular item, and then we decide whether to act.” – Davenport & Beck (2001)
  • 17. CONTINUOUS PARTIAL ATTENTION – Linda Stone (1998)
  • 18. FELT PRESENCE OF THE IMMEDIATE EXPERIENCE
  • 19. BE HERE NOW – Ram Dass
  • 20. POWER OF NOW – Eckhart Tolle
  • 21. NOWISM – Trendwatching.com
  • 22. REAL-TIME WEB
  • 23. The web is transitioning from mere interactivity to a more dynamic, real-time web where read-write functions are heading towards balanced synchronicity. The real-time web is the next logical step in the Internet’s evolution. – OM Malik, Giga OM (2009)
  • 24. PAGES TO STREAMS “This isn’t an inbox we have to empty, or a page we have to get to the bottom of — its a flow of data that we can dip into at will but we can’t attempt to gain an all encompassing view of it.” ― John Borthwick, VC focusing on the Real-time Web
  • 25. News Activity Media Search Drivers 2009 Real-time web: from pages to streams CONSUMER Real-time sense of colleagues, 2010 customers and business intelligence ENTERPRISE
  • 26. http://twitter.com/cremebruleecart Over 8400 followers
  • 27. REAL-TIME SPACES
  • 28. DIGITAL DNA DIGITAL ’N’ ANALOG DOUBLE HELIX
  • 29. AMBIENT INTELLIGENCE “...refers to electronic environments that are sensitive and responsive to the presence of people.” – Cai & Abascal (2005)
  • 30. AMBIENT INTELLIGENCE IN THIRD PLACES
  • 31. MICROSOFT SURFACE
  • 32. COMMUNICATION CONTENT CONTEXT <<2000 2000-2008 2008>> 3 MOBILE ERA’s Ref: SPRXMobile
  • 33. REAL-TIME ECONOMY
  • 34. ?
  • 35. MANAGEMENT CYBERNETICS
  • 36. CYBERSYN PROJECT “What you are about to hear today is revolutionary – not only because this is the first time that this is applied in the world –   it is revolutionary because we are making a deliberate effort to GIVE THE PEOPLE THE POWER that science gives to us, enabling them to use it freely.” – Stafford Beer, 1970
  • 37. Ref: Stafford Beer
  • 38. REAL-TIME OPERATIONS ROOM Real-time computer controlled planned economy Opsroom, Chile, 1970-1973 MULTINODE_METAGAME, Turkey, 2009
  • 39. REDUCTIONISM
  • 40. 4 M’s • MEN COMPLEXITY VARIETY • MATERIALS • MACHINERY • MONEY Ref: Stafford Beer
  • 41. VIABLE SYSTEM MODEL "A self-organized system must be always alive and without finalizing, since conclusion is another name for death." – Stafford Beer
  • 42. } REDUCTIONIST VS. PARADIGM CYBERNETIC top-down, management driven
  • 43. } REDUCTIONIST VS. PARADIGM CYBERNETIC bottom-up, people driven
  • 44. "If you want to create change, you must challenge not only the models of Unreality, but THE PARADIGMS that underwrite them." – Stafford Beer, 1970
  • 45. SLOWISM
  • 46. LIQUID MODERNITY – Zygmunt Bauman
  • 47. ENERGY >> SLOW DRINKS Photo: Fracis Bourgouin
  • 48. FROM INFORMATION OVERLOAD, TO...
  • 49. SOCIAL INTERACTION OVERLOAD
  • 50. SLOW MOVEMENT “It is the need to belong. The need for nearness and care, and for a little love! This is given only through slowness in human relations. In order to master changes, we have to recover slowness, reflection and togetherness.” – Guttorm Fløistad
  • 51. TOMATOES. Teemu Arina CEO - dicole ltd. tarina.blogging.fi www.dicole.com teemu@dicole.com MY VCARD TO YOUR PHONE: “Imagination is more important than knowledge.” – Albert Einstein tar1na