NASSCOM GIC Conclave 2014 - Building Better Networked Organizations - Ross Dawson, Chairman, Advanced Human Technologies Group

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  • 1. 1 Ross Dawson: Building Better Networked Organisations NASSCOM GIC Conclave – April 16, 2014 © 2014 Ross Dawson www.rossdawson.com Building Better Networked Organisations  Futurist  Strategy advisor  Author @rossdawson The economy of individuals
  • 2. 2 Ross Dawson: Building Better Networked Organisations NASSCOM GIC Conclave – April 16, 2014 © 2014 Ross Dawson www.rossdawson.com Networks Strategies Organisations Innovation Connections Analysis Frameworks
  • 3. 3 Ross Dawson: Building Better Networked Organisations NASSCOM GIC Conclave – April 16, 2014 © 2014 Ross Dawson www.rossdawson.com Networks Who does this man know?
  • 4. 4 Ross Dawson: Building Better Networked Organisations NASSCOM GIC Conclave – April 16, 2014 © 2014 Ross Dawson www.rossdawson.com The most connected actors Better networked companies Source:Deloitte Australia Social Media Report2012
  • 5. 5 Ross Dawson: Building Better Networked Organisations NASSCOM GIC Conclave – April 16, 2014 © 2014 Ross Dawson www.rossdawson.com Organisations The networked organisation
  • 6. 6 Ross Dawson: Building Better Networked Organisations NASSCOM GIC Conclave – April 16, 2014 © 2014 Ross Dawson www.rossdawson.com Ad-hoc networks Standardised processes The two layers of organisations… Building unique companies
  • 7. 7 Ross Dawson: Building Better Networked Organisations NASSCOM GIC Conclave – April 16, 2014 © 2014 Ross Dawson www.rossdawson.com We are social The inside is the outside
  • 8. 8 Ross Dawson: Building Better Networked Organisations NASSCOM GIC Conclave – April 16, 2014 © 2014 Ross Dawson www.rossdawson.com Innovation
  • 9. 9 Ross Dawson: Building Better Networked Organisations NASSCOM GIC Conclave – April 16, 2014 © 2014 Ross Dawson www.rossdawson.com Innovation by recombination “I put together elements that were already there, but that’s what inventors always do. You can’t make up new elements, usually. The new element, if any, was the combination, the way they were used.” Kary Mullis,Nobel Prize Winner, Chemistry,1993 “No matter who you are, most of the smartest people work for someone else.” Bill Joy, Co-Founder, Sun Microsystems Flickr credit: Andrew Morrell Photography
  • 10. 10 Ross Dawson: Building Better Networked Organisations NASSCOM GIC Conclave – April 16, 2014 © 2014 Ross Dawson www.rossdawson.com Procter & Gamble asks for help Connections
  • 11. 11 Ross Dawson: Building Better Networked Organisations NASSCOM GIC Conclave – April 16, 2014 © 2014 Ross Dawson www.rossdawson.com Mapping networks Source:McKinsey & Co. Communication gaps Source:Rob Cross,UniversityofVirginia
  • 12. 12 Ross Dawson: Building Better Networked Organisations NASSCOM GIC Conclave – April 16, 2014 © 2014 Ross Dawson www.rossdawson.com Network roles Peripheral Specialist Central Connector Boundary spanner Information broker Source:Patti Anklam The importance of boundary spanners
  • 13. 13 Ross Dawson: Building Better Networked Organisations NASSCOM GIC Conclave – April 16, 2014 © 2014 Ross Dawson www.rossdawson.com Networks for innovation Source: The NetworkRoundtable/Rob Cross Networks in client relationships
  • 14. 14 Ross Dawson: Building Better Networked Organisations NASSCOM GIC Conclave – April 16, 2014 © 2014 Ross Dawson www.rossdawson.com Analysing purchasing decisions Successful Unsuccessful Analysis
  • 15. 15 Ross Dawson: Building Better Networked Organisations NASSCOM GIC Conclave – April 16, 2014 © 2014 Ross Dawson www.rossdawson.com Network methodologies Surveys Digital trails Types of networks Bounded Unbounded
  • 16. 16 Ross Dawson: Building Better Networked Organisations NASSCOM GIC Conclave – April 16, 2014 © 2014 Ross Dawson www.rossdawson.com Network dimensions Demographics  Tenure  Location Communication  Frequency of communication  Value of communication  Importance in achieving work  Want to communicate more  Energising Expertise  Knowledge of capabilities  Input into decision-making  Confidence in capabilities  Trust Value  Time saved  Revenue generated  Personal benefits Network over-dependency Numbers who communicate to this person at least once a month. Number who say they would be more effective if they could interact more with this person Likely bottlenecks. People that are already heavily sought out yet others need more of their time.
  • 17. 17 Ross Dawson: Building Better Networked Organisations NASSCOM GIC Conclave – April 16, 2014 © 2014 Ross Dawson www.rossdawson.com Frameworks Flickr credit: wildxplorer
  • 18. 18 Ross Dawson: Building Better Networked Organisations NASSCOM GIC Conclave – April 16, 2014 © 2014 Ross Dawson www.rossdawson.com
  • 19. 19 Ross Dawson: Building Better Networked Organisations NASSCOM GIC Conclave – April 16, 2014 © 2014 Ross Dawson www.rossdawson.com
  • 20. 20 Ross Dawson: Building Better Networked Organisations NASSCOM GIC Conclave – April 16, 2014 © 2014 Ross Dawson www.rossdawson.com Strategies Flickr credit: charisgj6
  • 21. 21 Ross Dawson: Building Better Networked Organisations NASSCOM GIC Conclave – April 16, 2014 © 2014 Ross Dawson www.rossdawson.com Unique priorities Flickr credit: Nina Matthews Photography Integrating social and business processes Flickr credit: INTVGene
  • 22. 22 Ross Dawson: Building Better Networked Organisations NASSCOM GIC Conclave – April 16, 2014 © 2014 Ross Dawson www.rossdawson.com Culture and organisational change Connecting expertise  Awareness of capabilities  Understanding of those capabilities  Confidence in those capabilities  Personal trust  Action!
  • 23. 23 Ross Dawson: Building Better Networked Organisations NASSCOM GIC Conclave – April 16, 2014 © 2014 Ross Dawson www.rossdawson.com Energy in networks Networks Frameworks Strategies Organisations Innovation Connections Analysis