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