Changing World Paradigms

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A futurist look at the past and future of the church in America

A futurist look at the past and future of the church in America

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  • 1. http://www.millenniummatrix.com
  • 2. Digital Immigrants and Digital Natives
  • 3. Digital Race Institutional Buggy
  • 4. Who Is Rex Miller?
  • 5. Market Place
    • 25 years
    • Project Management
    • Executive Leadership
    • Futurist/Authors
    • Business Model Innovation
    • Executive Coaching
    • Strengths Development
  • 6. Ministry
    • 34 Years
    • Campus Evangelist
    • Theology Degree
    • Lay Pastor/Board Member
    • Consulting
    • Coaching
    • Speaking
    • Training
  • 7. http://www.millenniummatrix.com
  • 8.  
  • 9. Acknowledgements/Credits is comprised of AIA, GSA, Gensler, KPMG, Metropolis Magazine, Turner Construction, Haworth, WP Moore, Acoustic Dimensions, Kyle Davy Consulting, Lucchesi Galati Architects, Transwestern, Cushman & Wakefield, Solidus, and Aardex. Our purpose is to shift the building culture toward greater collaboration and integration.
  • 10. If Corollas were Design-Bid-Build? Design-Bid-Build… It would cost: $44,000
    • and it would be
    • Late
    • Over budget
    • Value-engineered
    • Missing parts
    • and have No warranty
    Integrated… It would cost: $16,000
  • 11. What hit us?
    • Matrix Effect
      • Digital Platform, Species and Worldview
    • Flatworld - level playing field
        • Big/small
        • Young/old
        • Far/ Near
    • The Long Tail
      • Markets of masses
      • Reach more with less
    • iGeneration
      • Digital Natives
      • DIY - On Demand
      • Tribal
  • 12. S-Curve Time is Not Your Friend
  • 13. We’re Not Alone
    • Education
    • Business
    • Media
    • Healthcare
    • Judicial System
    • Municipalities
    • Governance
    • Global Conflict
    • Family & Community
    • The Environment
    • Public Civility
    • Sports & Entertainment
  • 14. Describe Common Challenges You See for Other Institutions
  • 15. Medium as Message
  • 16. Medium as Worldview Worldview Worldview Our Worldviews Change
  • 17. In The Beginnng
  • 18. 1950
  • 19. Gutenberg’s Revolution
  • 20. 1992
    • Netscape & Tim Berners-Lee
  • 21. Brain Wiring Print Linear, Sequential, Rational Broadcast Fluid, Fragmented, Emotional Digital/Interactive Non-linear, Holistic, Systems Thinkers
  • 22. Dynamic Open-Ended Ephemeral Intimate Now Messenger Linear Sequential Permanent Abstract Historical Content Fluid Fragmented Transitory Vicarious Future Impression Interactive Linked Iterative Virtual Time-Morph Experience
  • 23. What did Luther do?
  • 24.  
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  • 27.  
  • 28. Symbolic Realistic Conceptual Convergent
  • 29. Describe shifts in our understanding in the following slides.
  • 30. Symbolic Space
  • 31. Form Function
  • 32. Spiritual Malls
  • 33. Connecting Spaces
  • 34. Equipping Spaces Resource Hub
  • 35. Gospel
  • 36. Truth
  • 37. New psychology New relationships NEW Structures New institutions
  • 38. What changes did the Reformation and Renaissance bring to Western Civilization?
  • 39.
    • Autonomous
    • Distinct - Categorical
    • Deductive
    • Fixed in Place
    • Linear/Rational
    • Steady
    • Tangible Bias
    • Sequential
    • Predictable
    • Connected
    • Converging
    • Interactive
    • Mobile
    • Complex
    • Accelerating
    • Intangible (value)
    • Immediate
    • Unpredictable
    Digital World Old World
  • 40. Digital Natives vs. Digital Immigrants
  • 41.  
  • 42.  
  • 43. Forging New Skills
  • 44. The World is Flat World is Flat
    • Horizontal organizations built on collaboration.
    • Openly networked with diverse organizations and resources.
    • Convergence of once independent silos; commerce, community, denominations...
  • 45. Mass Collaboration (crowdsourcing) (crowdsourcing) (crowdsourcing)
  • 46. The Long Tail
    • Low cost production
    • Low cost distribution
    • Search
    • From hits to niches
    • One size to tailored
    • Celebrities to tribal leaders
    • Producer Consumers
    • Markets of masses to masses of markets
    • Hidden Demand
  • 47. DIY – Pro-sumers
  • 48. On Demand World
  • 49. Social Networks
  • 50. Mobile Nomads
  • 51. Story Telling in a Connected World
  • 52.  
  • 53.  
  • 54. Directing to Mobilizing
  • 55. Digital Era Focus
    • Impartational Leadership through Trust
    • Discipleship Premium
    • Advocates and Facilitators
    • Collaboration
    • Creating Human-Scaled Communities
    • From Branding to Open Source
    • From Growth to Sustainability
    • From Denominations to Federations
    • Convergence with Commerce, Community & Charity
  • 56. What would Luther do?
  • 57. What new leadership skills are needed for the digital era?
  • 58. What new organizational structures work best in a digital era?
  • 59. http://www.millenniummatrix.com