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Workplace Revolution: 5 Keys to the Future of Work and Transforming Engagement

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The industrial model is still embedded in our thinking and our practice. Like the Titanic we have not seriously dealt with the fact that we are sailing in vessels for a past era and form calm and …

The industrial model is still embedded in our thinking and our practice. Like the Titanic we have not seriously dealt with the fact that we are sailing in vessels for a past era and form calm and stable seas. Until we realize that trying to make obsolete structures and thinking more efficient still leads to a ship that sinks - we won't change the conversation. Unless we change the conversation we won't change our fundamental beliefs, practices, habits and culture.

This is a presentation designed to provoke a conversation around the current urgencies and discontinue our attempts to re-arrange the deck chairs on our institutional Titanic's.

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  • Until we are willing to admit that the vessels we built for a different era and a different kind of sea are no longer survivable in our current North Sea world then our conversations and actions are truly rearranging the deck chairs on the Titanic.
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    • 1. July 2013 The Coming Workplace Revolution: From Enraged to Engaged
    • 2. rmiller@tagconulting.org 214-498-3055 http://www.slideshare.net/mrexmiller/workplace-revolution
    • 3. The Facts • Average life span of an S&P 500 company – 1938 – 60 years – 2012 – 15 years • 20 out of the last 30 largest insurance catastrophes in the last 60 years have occurred since 2001. • Digital Natives and Immigrants – 2013 – 65% of the workplace – Digital Immigrants – 2018 – 75% of the workplace – Digital Natives
    • 4. 5 Key Points for Today 1. My Futurist Decoder Key 2. Organizations with a Gutenberg Hangover – Industrial Model is Still Here – Command without Control – Built-in Disengagement 3. Digital Natives and Digital Immigrants 4. Power to the Edge – Situational Awareness 5. The Workplace Revolution – Re-Engagement
    • 5. When the primary means of storing and distributing information changes… the whole world changes.
    • 6. 2008
    • 7. 2018
    • 8. Gutenberg Organization Command – Will Control – Aligning Responsibility with Authority
    • 9. Gutenberg Breaks Down into a VICIOUS Future Virtual Interconnected Complex Iterative Order of Magnitude Uncertain Speed
    • 10. The Answer to Wicked Problems
    • 11. The OMG Factor
    • 12. Black Swans
    • 13. Framework of a Narrative
    • 14. Outliers
    • 15. 1.Research 2.Predictions and Scenarios 3.Consulting and Strategy 4.Facilitation through Content 5.Guided Discover and Transformation
    • 16. Designing for the VICIOUS Future Virtual Interconnected Complex Iterative Order of Magnitude Uncertain Speed
    • 17. Testing and Simulation or Design, Engineer and Build
    • 18. rmiller@tagconulting.org 214-498-3055 http://www.slideshare.net/mrexmiller/workplace-revolution