Digital Transformation, creating a happier you.

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Digital transformation. I know who I was this morning, but i’ve changed a few times since then. We talk about change, but do we really change? Why is collaboration; transparency; sharing and empowerment more important than ever.

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Digital Transformation, creating a happier you.

  1. Digital transformation I know who I was this morning, 
 but i’ve changed a few times since then. VisitWonderland.be
  2. GROWING UP YOU
  3. WITH HEROES
  4. DREAMS
  5. AND TALENTS
  6. In a world of
  7. CORPORATIONS
  8. STRATEGIC PLANNING
  9. RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT
  10. PHASE GATE SYSTEMS
  11. INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY
  12. We love & hate our industries
  13. TRANSPORTATION
  14. HEALTHCARE
  15. TECHNOLOGY
  16. FINANCIAL
  17. FOOD
  18. Change is Inevitable, Growth is Optional
  19. AGRARIAN AGE
  20. INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION
  21. INTERNET REVOLUTION
  22. INDUSTRIAL INTERNET
  23. DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION Blind men and an elephant
  24. Hans Rosling: Global population growth, box by box 7,231,350,841 Homo sapiens sapiens
  25. Hans Rosling: Global population growth, box by box
  26. Accelerating growth in technology. Printing press 3D chip
  27. MOBILE Number of mobile phones to exceed world population by 2014
  28. BIG DATA Big data sizes are a constantly moving target, as of 2012 ranging from a few dozen terabytes to many petabytes of data in a single data set.
  29. VIRTUAL AND AUGMENTED REALITY
  30. PAYMENT $Y$TEMS Bitcoin is a peer-to-peer payment system introduced as open source software in 2009 by developer Satoshi Nakamoto.
  31. CYBERSECURITY Edward Snowden, the computer analyst whistleblower who provided the Guardian with top-secret NSA documents leading to revelations about US surveillance on phone and internet communications.
  32. ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE 
 & ROBOTICS
  33. SOCIAL MEDIA
  34. … not yet reached our intellectual limits.
  35. Great opportunities
  36. Great opportunities
  37. GLOBAL REACH & BOUNDARY LESS ORGANISATIONS
  38. REAL TIME STRATEGY & RAPID RESPONSE TO EMERGENT OPPORTUNITIES
  39. SIMPLIFIED 
 INNOVATION PROCESSES
  40. BEST SOLUTIONS FROM ANYWHERE & 
 CREATIVE POWER OF SUPPLIERS AND CLIENTS
  41. HIGHLY CUSTOMISED DESIGNS
  42. These new innovation practices are not without their own challenges.
  43. CONSTANTLY CHANGING COURSE
  44. LOCAL POLITICS & LEGAL ACCOUNTABILITY
  45. COMPLEX OPERATIONAL REQUIREMENTS
  46. DISJOINTED SOLUTIONS & LOW MANUFACTURABILTY
  47. SHAREHOLDER VALUE & DISRUPTIVE POWER OF SUPPLIERS AND CLIENTS
  48. Digital Darwinism, Adopt or Die
  49. 2009 SAAB
  50. 2012 KODAK
  51. 2013 BLACKBERRY
  52. 2014 FREE RECORD SHOP
  53. It takes all the running you can do, to keep in same place. If you want to get somewhere else, you must run at least twice as fast as that. Red Queen
  54. new way of doing things?
  55. FEDERATED ORGANISATIONS
  56. CROWD FUNDING The Pebble raised $10.3 million for Kickstarter, making it the most successful product ever released by the company.
  57. INNOVATION TOURNAMENTS Pagemaker, Social innovation hackton.
  58. CROWDSOURCING MIT Gamifies Brain Analysis, Using Crowdsourcing As a Tool To Discover Why You Are The Way You Are
  59. OPEN SOURCE INNOVATION Elon Musk, the mind behind a high- speed tube transit system called the Hyperloop has used crowdsourcing to build his innovative engineering team.
  60. Collaboration; transparency; sharing and empowerment.
  61. Brand new roles for …
  62. MARKETEERS New ways of maintaining and building.
  63. LEADERS Facilitating and vision is the basis of their work. It's about Her.
  64. DESIGNERS From disciplinary to designing innovative experiences.
  65. DEVELOPERS Every business is a digital business.
  66. Careers: Complex, fragmented, specialized, collaborative and ever evolving. Our work life will be made up of a portfolio of micro-careers.
  67. Highest point of contribution. Talent Market Passion You
  68. People do not naturally resist change. They resist the pain of change. They resist the fear of the unknown. The brain is naturally going to seek, be curious, explore, and do new things.
  69. But to explore, you have to feel safe. When you feel safe enough, then you go out and explore.
  70. CREATING FOR A BETTER WORLD
  71. CREATING HAPPIER PEOPLE
  72. CREATING A HAPPIER YOU
  73. Your story? Valentijn Destoop, twitter: @quidante, valentijn@visitwonderland.be VisitWonderland.be ! Thank you for appreciating by sharing.

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