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Let's Predict the Future: D2 Making the Case
Let's Predict the Future: D2 Making the Case
Let's Predict the Future: D2 Making the Case
Let's Predict the Future: D2 Making the Case
Let's Predict the Future: D2 Making the Case
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Let's Predict the Future: D2 Making the Case

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Slides on "Let's Predict the Future: Making the Case" for a workshop session on "Predicting the Future" held on 3 June 2014 at the SAOIM 2014 conference in Pretoria, South Africa and facilitated by …

Slides on "Let's Predict the Future: Making the Case" for a workshop session on "Predicting the Future" held on 3 June 2014 at the SAOIM 2014 conference in Pretoria, South Africa and facilitated by Brian Kelly, Cetis.

See https://ukwebfocus.wordpress.com/events/saoim-2014-lets-predict-the-future-workshop/

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  • 1. D: We've Predicted the Future! So What? Let’s Predict the Future! A half-day workshop at the SAOIM 2014 conference held on Tuesday 3 June 2014 facilitated by Brian Kelly, Cetis Slides available under a Creative Commons (CC-BY licence) 1 D2: Predicting the Future: Making The Case (Group Exercise)
  • 2. Important to You – But What Are The Next Steps? You have identified technologies / technology-related areas which you feel will be important in your area of work. Next steps: • Identify the implications of the technologies • Assess the associated risks • Make a case to senior management for further related work 2
  • 3. A Planning Template (1) From the Hyperlinked Library MOOC Planning template used in assignment 2: • Goals/Objectives for the technology • Action Brief Statement:  Convince ______ that by _______ they will ________ which will ________ because _______. • Mission, Guidelines & Policy • Funding considerations • Evaluation • … 3 Acknowledgements to Michael Stephens and Kyle Jones
  • 4. A Planning Template (2) The Need to Explicitly Address Risks From “Risks and Opportunities Framework for Exploiting the Social Web” by Kelly & Oppenheim: • Summarise risks • Summary risks of not adopting technology • Summarise strategies for minimising (or accepting) risks • Evidence base • Document biases and prejudices 4 Can you innovate without taking risks?
  • 5. Group Exercise You have an opportunity make a case to a senior management need which has funding to explore innovative technologies. In your groups: • Select one of the technologies identified previously • Prepare a case for funding based on the templates • Give a presentation of < 5 minutes Note only one submission can be funded! 5 Example of use of this methodology available on post on “Assignment 2: Emerging Technology Planning” on Hyperlinked Library MOOC
  • 6. Questions Any questions? 6

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