Keynote: The Power of Social Media and Future Organizations

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Slides for Ross Dawson's keynote at senior client executive conference of major professional services firm

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  • Hi iash2n, I'd be happy to - and sometimes do - provide a .pps for download, but I don't think that's what you want. Most importantly, as I always make clear, the slides are NOT intended to be useful or to be used on their own. Their only intent is to support my presentations. If they are useful outside of that context, that's great, but I do not encourage people to try to read things from the visual metaphors in my slides without attending my presentations, because they will simply be making up their own story, not what I am trying to tell. If people used these slides for other purposes than skimming through them, it would undoubtedly be in ways that are a long way from what I intended. In addition, there are licensed images in my slidedecks that are not licensed to people who download them.

    I absolutely encourage you to download and work with all of my visual frameworks - they are designed for that, although my presentations are not. I'll shortly be providing a single place where you can download all of my frameworks, which you can use in absolutely any way you want, with attribution.
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  • Oh Ross,
    Some great ideas in there.

    Haven’t we talked about how future organizations will work with ideas and knowledge: share, connect, collaborate, and take them to higher level? In short, to ’socialize it’.

    Some of us need to download your contributions to work with it, put it in our organization’s context, and maybe invite your our next leadership retreat. However, ’download disabled by author’ comes from a false sense of control over IP. It’s anti-social. Think about it.

    You’ll gain more influence, attribution, and social capital by enabling your collaborators to work with your contribution, not just to look at it. It’s the difference between museum and workshop.
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  • Hi Anna, certainly, it's on Creative Commons so use with the attribution included in the image is fine.
    All the best! Ross
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  • Hi Ross
    I always get so much from your presentations. May I use your 'Success in a Connected world' graphic with attribution? Al best
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  • 1. The Power of Social Media
    and Future Organizations
  • We lead the world
  • 5.
  • 6. If you help bring the networks to life…
    …you will create success for yourself
    Flickr credit: Lumeta/ jurvetson/
  • 7. Taking diverging paths
  • 8. Social Landscape
    Organizations
    Individuals
    Leadership
  • 9. Social Landscape
  • 10. More than 1 billion peopleare on social networks
  • 11. Over 30 billion pieces of contentare shared on Facebook monthly
  • 12. 36% of social network usershave posted about brands
  • 13. 89% of US companies are using social media for recruiting
  • 14. Social media dominates
  • 15. Young and old
  • 16. Wherever you go
  • 17. Organizations
  • 18. How organizations
    really work
  • 19. The two layers of organizations…
    Standardized
    processes
    Ad-hoc
    networks
  • 20. Finding what you need
  • 21.
  • 22.
  • 23. The reality of organizations
    Competent
    Jerk
    High
    Lovable
    Star
    Competence
    Lovable
    Fool
    Incompetent
    Jerk
    Low
    High
    Low
    Likeability
  • 24. Individuals
  • 25.
  • 26.
  • 27.
  • 28.
  • 29.
  • 30. Who ARE you?
  • 31. Anyone can do it
  • 32.
  • 33.
  • 34.
  • 35.
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  • 37.
  • 38.
  • 39.
  • 40.
  • 41. Leadership
  • 42. The only way
    you can control your destiny
    is to be more flexible
    than your environment
    - The Law of Requisite Variety
  • 43. Going beyond control
  • 44. Governance for transformation
  • 45.
  • 46.
  • 47. Social Landscape
    Organizations
    Individuals
    Leadership