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Some thoughts on how work is changing. Experimenting with mixing text and my original slides for solo view. Live presentation includes only the sketches, and has some extra company-specific slides.

Some thoughts on how work is changing. Experimenting with mixing text and my original slides for solo view. Live presentation includes only the sketches, and has some extra company-specific slides.

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Work: The Next Generation Presentation Transcript

  • 1.  
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    • I talk to a lot of people about
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    • Many people don't understand the tools we use
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    • or why we use them.
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    • They find it hard to imagine what it's like to grow up with these tools...
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    • ... with these ideas.
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    • But I'm not here just to talk about
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    • because the
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    • is changing faster than even the generations do.
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    • The best companies respond to those changes
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    • by becoming
    • more collaborative,
    • more flexible,
    • more global.
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    • Knowledge is still power.
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    • The old way was to keep it
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    • Now, power comes from knowledge
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    • Our old tools were good for
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    • communication and small-team collaboration, but new tools enable
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    • on a game-changing scale.
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    • Your social network used to be about your team, your group,
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    • Now you can blog without knowing who'll read it, expanding
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    • It's no longer just about collaborating
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    • your team or group, but reaching out
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    • geographical and organizational boundaries, even outside the company.
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    • All this was there before,
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    • All this was there before, but not on this scale.
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    • How can we help people make the shift?
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    • sacha chua.com