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Slides for Ross Dawson's keynote at Connected Enterprise 2012

Slides for Ross Dawson's keynote at Connected Enterprise 2012

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  • 1. Building Massively SuccessfulNetworked Organisations  Futurist  Strategy advisor  Author @rossdawson
  • 2. NetworksWorkConnectionsAnalysisLeadershipAction
  • 3. Networks
  • 4. Who does this man know?
  • 5. The most connected actors
  • 6. Networks and life
  • 7. The structure is the same
  • 8. Layers of the living networksBrain Internet Applications Organizations Industries
  • 9. Work
  • 10. Distributed work
  • 11. ModularisationFlickr credit: ulybug
  • 12. We are social
  • 13. “The world is becoming too fast,too complex and too networkedfor any company to have all the answers inside.” Prof. Yochai Benkler, Harvard University and author, The Wealth of Networks
  • 14. Markets for talentFlickr credit: blprnt_van
  • 15. Connections
  • 16. The networked organisation
  • 17. Network roles Boundary spanner Information broker Central Connector Peripheral SpecialistSource: Patti Anklam
  • 18. The importance of boundary spanners
  • 19. Networks for innovation
  • 20. Networks in client relationships
  • 21. Analysing purchasing decisionsSuccessful Unsuccessful
  • 22. Analysis
  • 23. Network methodologiesSurveys Digital trails
  • 24. Types of networksBounded Unbounded
  • 25. Network dimensionsDemographics Expertise Tenure  Knowledge of capabilities Location  Input into decision-making  Confidence in capabilitiesCommunication  Trust Frequency of communication Value of communication Value Importance in achieving work  Time saved Want to communicate more  Revenue generated Energising  Personal benefits
  • 26. Network over-dependencyNumber who saythey would be more Likely bottlenecks.effective if they People that arecould interact more already heavilywith this person sought out yet others need more of their time. Numbers who communicate to this person at least once a month.
  • 27. LeadershipFlickr credit: Calsidyrose
  • 28. Successful organisations of the future  Networked  Scalable  Flexible  Talented  Responsive  Open  Integrated  Innovative  Extended
  • 29. The inside is the outside
  • 30. Governance for transformationBenefits Risks/ Concerns Risks of NOT taking actionProductivity and Productivity loss Reducedefficiency competitivenessStaff satisfaction and Loss of control Harder to attractengagement talented staffAccess to information Information reliability Fragmentation ofand processes informationFlexibility in work Systems security Unauthorized use of technology
  • 31. Action
  • 32. Unique prioritiesFlickr credit: Nina Matthews Photography
  • 33. Integrating social and business processesFlickr credit: INTVGene
  • 34. Culture and organisational change
  • 35. Connecting expertise Awareness of capabilities Understanding of those capabilities Confidence in those capabilities Personal trust Action!
  • 36. NetworksWorkConnectionsAnalysisLeadershipAction