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Presented by J. Tod Fetherling at the 2014 Tennessee STEM Leadership Academy in Nashville, TN, June 23-26, 2014. …

Presented by J. Tod Fetherling at the 2014 Tennessee STEM Leadership Academy in Nashville, TN, June 23-26, 2014.

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  • 1. EDUCATE TO INNOVATE J. Tod Fetherling T:Jtodwork
  • 2. A GAME
  • 3. NATIONAL TRENDS
  • 4. MAKER GENERATION • Gloom and Doom • Your income potential is going down (US $5,000 Median HH Decrease 2010 to 2012) • We will have to become engineers again • We have to re-engineer almost everything • Health • Manufacturing • Defense • Creative
  • 5. FASTEST GROWING OCCUPATIONS 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 2000-2010 Growth 2008-2018 Non-STEM STEM
  • 6. HYPE CYCLE
  • 7. EDUCATION IS TRANSFORMED • Peter Senge – Lifelong Learner – Fifth Discipline • Google It • MOOC (massive online open course) - Changes the Game • Motivation is the new Determinant of Success
  • 8. INNOVATION MODELS • Vairos – Data Driven Strategy • Process Improvement (Incrementalism) • Consumer Value • Line Extensions • Disruption/Technology • Blue Ocean • Open Innovation • Exit/Extinction
  • 9. LOCAL TRENDS
  • 10. THREE STRATEGIES TO TRANSFORM EDUCATION IN YOUR COMMUNITY 1. Organically Grow Talent 2. Recruit Talent from Specific Markets with the Talent YOU Need 3. Retrain Talent
  • 11. TOD’S TOP 10 LIST For STEM
  • 12. TOP 10 2014 1. Mobile dials itself. If you study network effects, it is apparent that phones will begin to auto dial/text each other based on proximity. (CNET, EE|Times, Verizon) • Blackberry is done. Fire sale beginning with hardware unit, then Software division spins out into a new entity. • 5G forces consolidation in the market (EE:Times) • Reality Mobile Series will create new Avatars (Fetherling)
  • 13. TOP 10 2. The world gets more sensitive. Sensors will be deployed in all kinds of devices this year. • Wearable Tech explodes (Wired, VentureBeat) • The Genie can’t be put back in the bottle. Genetics win out. Consumers overtake FDA Offices to get 23andMe Genetic Tests (Futurist) • Bkon – New Startup
  • 14. TOP 10 3. Moore’s Law will not become obsolete. Because I believe in technology and innovation, I am confident something will be innovated and the law will continue it relevance. (Futurist) Metcalfe’s and Moore’s Laws will collide in Electronic Records and will take effect at some point in my life.
  • 15. TOP 10 4. Big Data discussion shifts to Visualization, Tufte is crowned King of Data Visualization (Fetherling, Wired, Futurist, Gartner, VentureBeat)
  • 16. TOP 10 5. Crowdsourcing and Community Hacking will accelerate Startups who Take on More Government Services (Wired, Futurist, VentureBeat)
  • 17. TOP 10 6. Nothing changes in Washington at Midterms. Republicans keep House, Democrats keep Senate. Public remains apathetic (Forbes)
  • 18. TOP 10 • 7. New Healthcare Delivery Systems will emerge slaughtering the proverbial “sacred cows” (Fetherling, Beckers, AMN) • Mergers and Acquisitions grow to a record pace (AMN) • Obamacare website problems are just the tipping point of the real chaos about to begin. (Forbes) • Nurses learn to code (Fetherling) • Price Transparency get traction among consumers (Futurist, Modern Healthcare,)
  • 19. TOP 10 • 8. Markets will go Sideways (Forbes, Faber) • 8-10 Years of absorbing the Boomers! • Bitcoin moderates and looks more like the dollar by year’s end (Fetherling, Wired)
  • 20. TOP 10 9. YouTube becomes the “Must Watch TV” (Economist, Google) • Made In Network
  • 21. TOP 10 10. Music Industry Rebounds (Economist, FloThinkery)
  • 22. EVERYTHING ELSE POSSIBLE • WiFi Bubble Technology is launched enabling the launch of targeted Wifi networks overnight (Fetherling, VentureBeat) • Cyber-Security becomes key part of the Corporate Strategy (Verizon, FBI) • Nashville announces its NEXT Big HIT (Fetherling) • Fluid Workspaces become the norm (Wired) • Analytics Software Battle Heats Up (Gartner) • Experiences become more important than owning things (Wired, Futurist) • Facebook launches an Experiential Search (Fetherling) • Robots Proliferate (Wired, Economist, Gartner) • Free From Food Takes Off (USNews) • Social Analytics Intersect with Real World
  • 23. CAREERS OF THE FUTURE 1. Analytics  Visualization  Predictive 2. Community Engineering/Hacking 3. Data Scientist
  • 24. DATA SCIENTIST • So you want to be a data scientist? • Data Aggregator • DBA • Statistics/Mathematician • Artist • Coder • Model Builder/Crusher
  • 25. THE THREE ELEPHANTS OF BIG DATA •How do you eat an Elephant? •Elephant Child •Dancing with an Elephant
  • 26. READ EDWARD TUFTE
  • 27. WHY • This is the most important question you can ask
  • 28. RESOURCES • Strata/StrataRX – O’Reilly • Model Building Course – Coursera • Stats (R, SPSS, SAS) • Database (SQL, MySQL) • Java Script Libraries for Visualizations • Open Government (Federal, State, Local)

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