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Learning Technologies 2009
Learning Technologies 2009
Learning Technologies 2009
Learning Technologies 2009
Learning Technologies 2009
Learning Technologies 2009
Learning Technologies 2009
Learning Technologies 2009
Learning Technologies 2009
Learning Technologies 2009
Learning Technologies 2009
Learning Technologies 2009
Learning Technologies 2009
Learning Technologies 2009
Learning Technologies 2009
Learning Technologies 2009
Learning Technologies 2009
Learning Technologies 2009
Learning Technologies 2009
Learning Technologies 2009
Learning Technologies 2009
Learning Technologies 2009
Learning Technologies 2009
Learning Technologies 2009
Learning Technologies 2009
Learning Technologies 2009
Learning Technologies 2009
Learning Technologies 2009
Learning Technologies 2009
Learning Technologies 2009
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Learning Technologies 2009

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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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  • 1. Cozumel
  • 2. Mechanical Complex
  • 3. Me. Us.
  • 4. 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
  • 5. Europe Neanderthals Homo sapiens Agriculture Industrial Age Stone Age -20,000 -8,000 -50,000
  • 6. Homo sapiens Agriculture Stone Age -20,000 -8,000 2009 -50,000
  • 7. Agriculture Industrial Age -20,000 -8,000 2009 -50,000
  • 8. Network Era -20,000 -8,000 2009 -50,000
  • 9. 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
  • 10. Europe -20,000 -8,000 2009 -50,000 Flat, knowledge-based culture 1848 -50,000
  • 11. 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.
  • 12. Karl-Erik Sveiby Professor, Knowledge Management Hanken Business School Helsingfors, Finland
  • 13. 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
  • 14. Baayami Tex Skuthorpe Treading Lightly Learning Stories Campfires Community
  • 15. Journey of Knowledge Tex Skuthorpe Treading Lightly Learning Journey 18 years 26 countries Holistic
  • 16. Map Ov

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