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Keynote by Ross Dawson at MegaTrends conference in Abu Dhabi on Profiting from Accelerating Change

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Keynote: Profiting from Accelerating Change - MegaTrends Abu Dhabi Conference Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Profiting from Accelerating Change Ross Dawson Futurist, Entrepreneur, Strategy Advisor, Author
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  • 3. Source : US DoC; Cap Gemini Ernst & Young
  • 4. Shift to clean energy
  • 5. Deleveraging Source : US Federal Reserve US$ billion
  • 6. A time of dislocation
  • 7. Taking diverging paths
  • 8. Source : UK Office of National Statistics
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  • 12. EXPONENTIAL DRIVERS COMMODITIZATION EXPECTATIONS
  • 13. EXPONENTIAL DRIVERS COMMODITIZATION EXPECTATIONS
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  • 15. Bandwidth grows Source : Cisco, Approaching the Zettabyte Era
  • 16. Computing power soars
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  • 19. EXPONENTIAL DRIVERS COMMODITIZATION EXPECTATIONS
  • 20. Squeezing out the inefficiencies
  • 21. Transparency drives business relationships
  • 22. Speed to market is the heart of competition
  • 23. EXPONENTIAL DRIVERS COMMODITIZATION EXPECTATIONS
  • 24. We expect more
  • 25. Creating the next billion middle class
  • 26. More money and more refined taste
  • 27. We are now participants
  • 28. Accountability for everything
  • 29. EXPONENTIAL DRIVERS Bandwidth Processing power Man-machine interfaces COMMODITIZATION Efficiency Speed Global markets Information access EXPECTATIONS Aspiration Luxury Participation Accountability
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  • 31. Scale-free networks everywhere
  • 32. How valuable are your relationships?
  • 33. Industries are networks
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  • 37. Increased media consumption Source: Carat
  • 38. Fragmentation
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  • 40. Organizations are media
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  • 42. Innovation and global networks Concept Development Environment Funding Intellectual property Scaling Global markets
  • 43. Tapping your customers’ ideas
  • 44. Getting the world’s brightest
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  • 46. The two layers of organizations… Ad-hoc networks Standardized processes
  • 47. Finding what you need
  • 48. How organizations really work
  • 49. What is Enterprise 2.0? The application of Web 2.0 and other collaboration technologies to enhance organizational performance. 1 2 Establishing the organizational structures and processes that will drive success in an intensely competitive connected economy.
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  • 52. The only way you can control your destiny is to be more flexible than your environment - The Law of Requisite Variety
  • 53. Forecasting and scenarios Beyond the limits of forecasting
  • 54. Thinking about the future of drilling Source: Global Business Network & Peter Schwartz
  • 55. Life is full of surprises Source: Global Business Network & Peter Schwartz
  • 56. Strategy in the flow economy
  • 57. Develop strategy based on industry networks Pull together the best global talent Create more flexible organizations Tap internal and external innovation Experiment, learn, refine Use downturns to invest and reposition Strategic action
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  • 60. We have a choice
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