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SOCIALMEDIA
developments in the real-time economy




CEO Teemu Arina, Dicole Oy
October 2008
MAN-MACHINE SYMBIOSIS
      – J. C. R. Licklider, 1960
Corporations of the Past
Speeding on a Tightrope




  Focus. Purpose. Clarity. Commitment.
Throwing Darts
                 Photo: Will hybrid
Linear Cause and Effect
More structure
leads to security,
      but...




                     Photo: Photochiel
...many organizations look like this!
Today we live in an increasingly
 complex and connected world
“ We might already be beyond the
  age of speed, by moving into the
age of real-time. The move towards
   real-time is one...
We Move From the Mechanical Age of
Speed to the Digital Age of Real-Time
Agile + Adaptive + Real-time
Organic Enterprise
Open Innovation
(Commons-based) Peer Production
Crowdsourcing
www.realtimeeconomy.net
Quadruple Helix
                 Principle




Public
Private
Research
Crowd
FUTURE OF MEDIA :                                                                                                         ...
“Ours is a brand-new world of allatonceness.
 'Time' has ceased, 'space' has vanished. We
 now live in a global village......
Contact
 Teemu Arina                    Email teemu@dicole.com
 CEO, Dicole Ltd.                Blog tarina.blogging.fi
  ...
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  1. 1. SOCIALMEDIA developments in the real-time economy CEO Teemu Arina, Dicole Oy October 2008
  2. 2. MAN-MACHINE SYMBIOSIS – J. C. R. Licklider, 1960
  3. 3. Corporations of the Past
  4. 4. Speeding on a Tightrope Focus. Purpose. Clarity. Commitment.
  5. 5. Throwing Darts Photo: Will hybrid
  6. 6. Linear Cause and Effect
  7. 7. More structure leads to security, but... Photo: Photochiel
  8. 8. ...many organizations look like this!
  9. 9. Today we live in an increasingly complex and connected world
  10. 10. “ 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)
  11. 11. We Move From the Mechanical Age of Speed to the Digital Age of Real-Time
  12. 12. Agile + Adaptive + Real-time
  13. 13. Organic Enterprise
  14. 14. Open Innovation
  15. 15. (Commons-based) Peer Production
  16. 16. Crowdsourcing
  17. 17. www.realtimeeconomy.net
  18. 18. Quadruple Helix Principle Public Private Research Crowd
  19. 19. FUTURE OF MEDIA : CONSI : STRATEGIC FRAMEWORK PRO DUCTIO N MAINSTREAM MEDIA ST ENC Y MUSIC PRO FES SIO VOICE N AL TIME SHIFTING IS USER CONTROLLED S M ES EMBEDDED C FORMAT SPACE SHIFTING AC VIDEO FORMAT SHIFTING TEXT USER IMAGES CHANNELS T V / TRUM SPEC T AU V O PRIN GS SUMER GL RADI RS CON DI TIN N AD GP O EN G MA A L I Z AT I O OB BL SL CAB CD O CE LE W PASSIVE Wi M A X A L I Z AT I O N CREATION FILTERING CONTENT DISTRIBUTION MOBILE FIXED AC TIVE MP MOBIL LO C PC 3P ES JO E E C R E AT O R AL AM SOL LA UR VID G N YE RI R NA CO EO O P DA IT LI TV iPO ED ST D S D ME MEDIA G ET E PAY PER VIEW A DEVICES SU TAR SUBSCRIPTION RABL CLASSIFIEDS E E REVENUE UR S PO F- EX CO NV ADVERTISING S EL ER D DIR SAT FREE ATE ION EC T EG GR AG ANN PS OTATI NSHI ON SOCIAL MEDIA RELAT IO This framework is published under a www.futureexploration.net Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 2.5 License
  20. 20. “Ours is a brand-new world of allatonceness. 'Time' has ceased, 'space' has vanished. We now live in a global village...a simultaneous happening. Electric circuitry profoundly involves men with one another. Marshall McLuhan (1967)
  21. 21. Contact Teemu Arina Email teemu@dicole.com CEO, Dicole Ltd. Blog tarina.blogging.fi Company www.dicole.com “Imagination is more important than knowledge” – Albert Einstein
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