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By Lukas Ritzel, 2009
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Although me might sometimes be blind regarding the future. If we tap into the unprecedented, storytelling can be a help When you have encountered something that is unfamiliar to you, you can live with it once you have made up a good story about it .
“ The Bottleneck is at the Top of the Bottle ” “ Where are you likely to find people with the least diversity of experience, the largest investment in the past, and the greatest reverence for industry dogma? At the top !” — Gary Hamel, “Strategy or Revolution/ Harvard Business Review
Worldwide, the number of people living in a country different from where they were born has doubled since 1965. In Western Europe and North America, almost 10% of the population is foreign-born. Many are refugees, but many are also the best, brightest and most entrepreneurial.
In “As the future catches you” Juan Enriquez
What is the ideal country for exporting flowers? lot of land, cheap labor, fertile soil, warmth and sun
200 cities with > 1,000,000 population. Source: “China Takes Off”, David Hale & Lyric Hughes Hale/ Foreign Affairs /Nov-Dec2006
Cost of a Programmer, per IBM … USA: $ 56 per hour China: $ 12.50 per hour
Drawing: Cécile Périnelle-Michelet Old-model stand-alone computer (if any) Paper domination (files, binders, trays, books, post-it, flying sheets…) Small traditional desk Old-model telephone The employee mainly works with telephone, pen and paper. The computer is used for word processing, if at all Working time is monitored Hard white light from ceiling neon lighting Dress code is strict (uniform, full suit) Simple revolving chair, no armrest Working Environment # 1: Cramped cubicles are separated by 1.80m high partitions; senior managers have larger individual offices behind closed doors. Virtualization???
Drawing: Cécile Périnelle-Michelet Reasonably recent desktop with sound, connected to LAN Paper is used but controlled Spacious L-shaped desk, adapted to computer work Modern wireless telephone with speakerphone The employee mainly works with telephone, paper, fax and computer. Offices are equipped with printers and fax machines Natural light supplemented with halogen lamps Dress code is business elegant (suit with no vest, no uniform) Working Environment # 2: Glass-walled offices for 1 to 4 people (those for one person also have a small comfortable sitting area). Comfortable revolving chair with armrest Mobile phones are sometimes used Personal touch (family photos…)
Drawing: Cécile Périnelle-Michelet Recent multimedia notebook, connected to intranet Hardly any paper except mail and reference books Mobile phone with headset The employee mainly works with portable computer and telephone. Office is equipped with printer/fax/scanner/copy machine Natural light supplemented with halogen lamps Dress code is business casual (suit with no vest and tie, no uniform). Hairdo code is liberal Working Environment # 3: Open landscaped working area for all, modern ergonomic working stations (not always permanently assigned to employees) Ergonomic revolving chair PDAs are sometimes used Conference room for large meetings and private conversations R&R area with TV, video and CD/DVD facilities Banners stressing corporate values Comfort features (coffee machine, food, plants) Children and pets are allowed in the office
Drawing: Cécile Périnelle-Michelet Latest notebook, connected to Internet No paper The employee works virtually (teleworker) Virtual work tools (webcam, speaker, headphones) Natural light or whatever preferred light Total freedom in dress code, hairdo code, furniture, working position, working hours Working Environment # 4: Home or anywhere else, as the employee chooses. Virtual conference room with text and voice chats, video and visuals Friendly family or other environment Mobile phone serving as modem, PDA