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Closing presentation for Learning Technologies in London, January 2009.

Closing presentation for Learning Technologies in London, January 2009.

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    Learning Technologies 2009 Learning Technologies 2009 Presentation Transcript

    • Cozumel
    • Mechanical Complex
    • Me. Us.
    • Work Learnscape Patterns Learn For example Annual $ benefit Category Users Organizational Intelpedia $20,000,000+ Know-where 20,000 employees wiki Automated FAQ T. Rowe Price $3,000,000 Know-how 1,500 temps Community Know-who SAP $50,000,000+ 1,000,000 customers network Know-how Professional CGI Systems $10,000,000+ Know-what 4,000 professionals updates Professional 15,000 military Company Command Many lives saved Know-how network officers & NCOs Know-who Blogs as KM Sun Microsystems $10,000,000+ 1,000 employees Know-how Benefits > $100,000,000 Investment = negligible
    • Europe Neanderthals Homo sapiens Agriculture Industrial Age Stone Age -20,000 -8,000 -50,000
    • Homo sapiens Agriculture Stone Age -20,000 -8,000 2009 -50,000
    • Agriculture Industrial Age -20,000 -8,000 2009 -50,000
    • Network Era -20,000 -8,000 2009 -50,000
    • Industrial Age Network Era Me Us Mechanical Complex Stocks Flow Learn to do Learn to be Nodes Connections Content Context Produce Serve Final Perpetual beta
    • Europe -20,000 -8,000 2009 -50,000 Flat, knowledge-based culture 1848 -50,000
    • Sustainable culture Respect: the glue of society, a means of creating symmetry, balance, empathy, and positive relationships between individuals. Post-hierarchy No royalty No chiefs No armies No wars Intangible economy: No priests dedicated 50% - 80% time No bureaucrats to production of information, No burglars No police education, diplomacy, No taxes maintaining order, entertainment, art and ceremonies for death and marriage.
    • Karl-Erik Sveiby Professor, Knowledge Management Hanken Business School Helsingfors, Finland
    • Flat society Everyone leads Consensus decision-making Gender equality Respect for knowledge Respect for one another In it for the long haul Clear cultural norms Treading Lightly The Hidden Wisdom of the World’s Oldest People
    • Baayami Tex Skuthorpe Treading Lightly Learning Stories Campfires Community
    • Journey of Knowledge Tex Skuthorpe Treading Lightly Learning Journey 18 years 26 countries Holistic
    • Map Ov