LeaderLens The Participation Economy December 15, 2010 Twitter hashtag #LeaderLens
Ashley Welch Director, Leadership & Sustainability Interaction Associates
Logisitics Send your questions Questions Twitter hashtag #LeaderLens “ fit in viewer”
Christine Arena CEO, sparkUp Author, High Purpose Company www.christinearena.com
Today’s Conversation <ul><li>What does the “Participation Economy” mean and why do you consider this a meta-trend? </li></...
What does the  “Participation Economy”  mean and why do you consider this a meta-trend? 1
The Participation Economy represents a shift in power, and unprecedented opportunity. The Attention  Economy The Attractio...
 
<ul><li>The participation economy is  more about sharing ideas than making purchases.  When we participate, we join a larg...
 
<ul><li>This is a world of  technology-enabled transparency, openness and two-way dialog  with stakeholders. If you’re not...
 
What does a  strategy  for the “Participation Economy” look like? 2
 
Where Are  You Now? Reactive Proactive Collaborative
What  tools  can leaders and organizations use to better engage stakeholders and innovate? 3
<ul><li>Start by listening and using feedback. </li></ul><ul><li>Engage people inside the organization. </li></ul><ul><li>...
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Ashley Welch Director, Leadership & Sustainability [email_address] Twitter hashtag #leaderlens
WHAT WHO Shannon Horst CEO, Savory Institute Holistic Management January 19, 2011 WHEN
Thank you! Webinar on demand at: interactionassociates.com/ideas
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  • MICHAEL…. AW – move to next slide when he introduces me
  • You should know that this webinar is being recorded, and you will receive a link to the complete webinar within 48 hours. We’ll also be posting the recorded webinar at interaction associates dot com. So let’s review how you can best participate in today’s Web event. (Click) The Control Panel is where you can interact with the presenters. (Click) You can minimize the control panel by clicking this little tab. (Click) If you have any questions during the webinar, you can send them to me through the Questions pane. Simply type in your question and click send. At the end of the presentation we will do a Q&amp;A session to answer as many questions as we have time for.
  • And to wrap up today– I’d like to point to the Harvard Business Review…and a recent HBR article titled Why Sustainability is the Key Driver of Innovation. The piece was written by the great business strategist and author, C.K. Pra-ha(accent)-lad — who sadly died last week. He argued that the current economic system has placed enormous pressures on our planet while catering to the needs of only about a quarter of the ppl in the world. That traditional approaches to business will collapse, and companies will have to develop innovative solutions” He said – “This will happen only when executives recognize a simple truth – Sustainability = Innovation”. I’d like to end there. We look forward to having you at our next Leader Lens on May 26 with David McConville. Thanks for joining us – and I’ll turn this back to Michael Tirrell
  • To close out today…we want to tell you more about the Leader Lens series — and specifically: Our next Leader Lens. First — Leader Lens is a monthly audiocast series that – beginning with the next one on May 26th – is a format of 30-minute interviews with leading thinkers across a wide spectrum and I will speaking to them about their passions and the future of leadership. We’re calling Leader Lens a dial-in and listen series – a half-hour with each month’s guest– and all you need to do is dial in and listen. We’ll also be taping these sessions for podcasting on InteractionAssociates.com May 26: Our first guest will be David McConville — to talk about immersive and transformational learning and specifically how that applies to developing leaders today. David is a man of many talents: a leading business thinker, inventor, futurist of-sorts, — and widely known as creator of the GeoDome. The GeoDome is an innovative immersive environment that advances transformational learning by powerfully visualizing complex data and trends. Trends such as water scarcity, population expansion, etc. David’s going to talk to us about systemic thinking – and looking at trends holistically. We’re excited to have David lined up – and promise an invigorating half-hour into the world as he’s helping people see it. I hope you will join us.
  • LeaderLens Christine Arena

    1. 1. LeaderLens The Participation Economy December 15, 2010 Twitter hashtag #LeaderLens
    2. 2. Ashley Welch Director, Leadership & Sustainability Interaction Associates
    3. 3. Logisitics Send your questions Questions Twitter hashtag #LeaderLens “ fit in viewer”
    4. 4. Christine Arena CEO, sparkUp Author, High Purpose Company www.christinearena.com
    5. 5. Today’s Conversation <ul><li>What does the “Participation Economy” mean and why do you consider this a meta-trend? </li></ul><ul><li>What does a strategy for the “Participation Economy” look like? </li></ul><ul><li>What tools can leaders and organizations use to better engage stakeholders and innovate? </li></ul>
    6. 6. What does the “Participation Economy” mean and why do you consider this a meta-trend? 1
    7. 7. The Participation Economy represents a shift in power, and unprecedented opportunity. The Attention Economy The Attraction Economy The Participation Economy 1950 - 1989 1990 - 2005 2006 - Today
    8. 9. <ul><li>The participation economy is more about sharing ideas than making purchases. When we participate, we join a larger community around an idea. That social dynamic is fluid and natural and it’s a hotbed of innovation. More and more, we will see that the best ideas, products and services create an opportunity for participation. </li></ul><ul><li>Kevin Roberts, CEO of Saatchi & Saatchi Worldwide </li></ul>
    9. 11. <ul><li>This is a world of technology-enabled transparency, openness and two-way dialog with stakeholders. If you’re not willing to engage, if you can’t tolerate a world where you’re sharing information and getting inputs from lots of different people, then you’d better find a new profession. </li></ul><ul><li>Jeffrey Immelt, CEO of GE </li></ul>
    10. 13. What does a strategy for the “Participation Economy” look like? 2
    11. 15. Where Are You Now? Reactive Proactive Collaborative
    12. 16. What tools can leaders and organizations use to better engage stakeholders and innovate? 3
    13. 17. <ul><li>Start by listening and using feedback. </li></ul><ul><li>Engage people inside the organization. </li></ul><ul><li>Develop products with consumers, not for them. </li></ul><ul><li>Focus on creating a better experience. </li></ul>sparkUp
    14. 18. Questions
    15. 19. Ashley Welch Director, Leadership & Sustainability [email_address] Twitter hashtag #leaderlens
    16. 20. WHAT WHO Shannon Horst CEO, Savory Institute Holistic Management January 19, 2011 WHEN
    17. 21. Thank you! Webinar on demand at: interactionassociates.com/ideas
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