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  • a very useful (but wishful) demo how many organizations could recreate resilience and ..thus interest to work for them and to be creative
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  • Congratulations on a brilliantly argued and visually exciting presentation!
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  • interesting stuff

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  • Yeehaw! This is awesome Teemu!

    Maarten den Braber and I posit something similar for consumer/patient-centric progression of HoIP (web-based health) towards semantic interoperability of health (we will be able to access healthcare goods and services, online and offline, at will) - think slide 7! Brick and mortar healthcare delivery model ('real-world') has much in common with 'closed.'

    At true north, 'open' would be virtual healthcare we're finding is migrating to the cloud - currently web 1.0/health 1.0 (content), web 2.0/health 2.0 (community, or social web) and moving towards 3.0 (commerce - although transactions not necessarily monetized).

    Of course, there's a reason we're all using quadrants and grids right? (evolutionary visualization in 3 dimensions, quadrants, etc - read Back of the Napkin p. 51 for great summary of this).

    Nitin Karandikar, who blogs at Software Abstractions, also gave us a heads up that this is similar to Sramana Mitra's 4C+V+PS.

    After seeing the organic enterprise slide (28) think we must be kindred spirits. Are you familiar with Amber Case's work on cyborg anthropology? If not, introductions must be made...:)

    Pleasure to 'meet' you - Jen McCabe Gorman
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  • 1. Vision of the future of Organization 2.0 During times of universal deceit, telling the truth becomes a revolutionary act. – George Orwell CEO Teemu Arina, Dicole Oy December 2008
  • 2. korporaatio- palomuuri Organization 1.0
  • 3. Corporate Firewall Organization 1.0
  • 4. 132 million visitors / day Companies Search & individuals Consume Create Validate Stimulate Contribute Target Community Extend toolset 1 million and value businesses Mashups Relevance New offerings New revenue New revenue Monetization New tools Ref: Bala Iyer & Thomas H. Davenport
  • 5. True Value Network Traditional Value Generation Network Circulation Value Generation € Apps Gmail € € Consumers € Apps € Search € Server Engine € Corporate products customers € € € € Partners Enter- tainment UGC € €
  • 6. Digital Ecosystem
  • 7. When memories exceed dreams, the end is near. The Hallmark of a truly successful organization is the willingness to abandon what made it successful and start fresh. – Michael Hammer
  • 8. Liear Complicated Complex Known Knowable Perceived
  • 10. Centralized Knowledge Knowledge was in research centers and well organized companies. People and capabilities were concentrated in these organizations. Most people spent their life working for a limited number of organizations.
  • 11. Decentralized Knowledge Availability and mobility of highly educated workforce is abundant, therefore there is more and more knowledge outside traditional institutions. Skills flow between companies as knowledge workers rapidly relocate and work with different companies and problems.
  • 12. Global Organization
  • 13. quot;In the electric age we wear all mankind as our skinquot; – Marshall McLuhan Global Operational Platform
  • 14. Closed Innovation
  • 15. Open Innovation quot;I am more of a sponge than an inventor. I absorb ideas from every source.... My principal business is giving commercial value to the brilliant but misdirected ideas of othersquot; – Thomas Alva Edison
  • 16. Dicole Platform CASE
  • 17. Linear Mindset
  • 18. Non-linear Mindset
  • 19. “Our Age of Anxiety is, in great part, the result of trying to do today's job with yesterday's tools and yesterday's concepts.” Marshall McLuhan
  • 20. Standardized working environment
  • 21. Are there enough freaks on the board? – Pasi Mäenpää, Elisa Oyj
  • 22. “ The future belongs to those who give the next generation reason for hope.” Teilhard de Chardin
  • 23. KIDPOWER Net Generation “[Technology] will change . . . the way children everywhere think about themselves in relation to the world.” – Seymour Papert
  • 24. Instant Messaging Sends more: 76% 70% 30% 24% Instant Messaging Email Kids Adults Lähde: AP-AOL Instant-Messaging Trends Survey
  • 25. Organic Enterprise Nervous system Brain Feeds, Search, APIs - Wikis, tagging - Sharing, discovering and Connecting and remixing tapping into reflections reflectons Blood system Senses Social networking, Blogs, Microblogs - Real-time Reflection in and on action communications, Network analysis - Optimizing interaction flow Skeleton Automation, Real- time processes, Operative technologies - Back-bone for business processes Ref: Teemu Arina, Illustration: Lotta Viitaniemi
  • 26. All three or none. Sea of opportunity Sturdy beach Creative ecosystem New eyes Tools Practices
  • 27. ? Human 2.0
  • 28. HOMO CONTEXTUS “A person starts to live when he can live outside himself.” – Albert Einstein
  • 29. Contact Teemu Arina Email CEO, Dicole Ltd. Blog Company “Imagination is more important than knowledge” – Albert Einstein