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We Are the Architects - Keynote EuroIA 2013
We Are the Architects - Keynote EuroIA 2013
We Are the Architects - Keynote EuroIA 2013
We Are the Architects - Keynote EuroIA 2013
We Are the Architects - Keynote EuroIA 2013
We Are the Architects - Keynote EuroIA 2013
We Are the Architects - Keynote EuroIA 2013
We Are the Architects - Keynote EuroIA 2013
We Are the Architects - Keynote EuroIA 2013
We Are the Architects - Keynote EuroIA 2013
We Are the Architects - Keynote EuroIA 2013
We Are the Architects - Keynote EuroIA 2013
We Are the Architects - Keynote EuroIA 2013
We Are the Architects - Keynote EuroIA 2013
We Are the Architects - Keynote EuroIA 2013
We Are the Architects - Keynote EuroIA 2013
We Are the Architects - Keynote EuroIA 2013
We Are the Architects - Keynote EuroIA 2013
We Are the Architects - Keynote EuroIA 2013
We Are the Architects - Keynote EuroIA 2013
We Are the Architects - Keynote EuroIA 2013
We Are the Architects - Keynote EuroIA 2013
We Are the Architects - Keynote EuroIA 2013
We Are the Architects - Keynote EuroIA 2013
We Are the Architects - Keynote EuroIA 2013
We Are the Architects - Keynote EuroIA 2013
We Are the Architects - Keynote EuroIA 2013
We Are the Architects - Keynote EuroIA 2013
We Are the Architects - Keynote EuroIA 2013
We Are the Architects - Keynote EuroIA 2013
We Are the Architects - Keynote EuroIA 2013
We Are the Architects - Keynote EuroIA 2013
We Are the Architects - Keynote EuroIA 2013
We Are the Architects - Keynote EuroIA 2013
We Are the Architects - Keynote EuroIA 2013
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We Are the Architects - Keynote EuroIA 2013

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Information architects need to take a larger role in establishing the architecture of the information age.

Information architects need to take a larger role in establishing the architecture of the information age.

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  • Some of us may not be used to doing this because we have be webmastering – or reacting
  • Some of us may not be used to doing this because we have be webmastering – or reacting
  • Information Supply Chain: A Unified Framework for Information-SharingShuang Sun and John YenPenn State University (2005Based, on traditional scm. I systematic way to map out understand: What to shareHow to share itWhen to shareHow to share
  • We mechanized and automatedEmailFaxDigital signsBooksSignsDataMeta data
  • IN our information evolutionInformation is faster but we could be slowerCan we sit back and let the information flow. Trust the information to do it’s job.You could help us do that by making the information supply chain solid and the management and maintenance of it less like art and more like science.Commoditized, repeatable, measureable modelsThe information moves fasterThere is more of itMake things fasterSend them fartherMove ourselves faster
  • Can we turn the org chart back around and get back to the origitnal visionAre we moving back to the more disintegrated “piece work model”Are we moving towards trees, and a flat or matrix management model
  • Can we turn the org chart back around and get back to the origitnal visionAre we moving back to the more disintegrated “piece work model”Are we moving towards trees, and a flat or matrix management model
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    • 1. @lwelchman We are the Architects
    • 2. When the present determines the future, but the approximate present does not approximately determine the future. Edward Lorenz (1917 – 2008) the butterfly effect
    • 3. little things can make a big difference
    • 4. we are making a big difference.
    • 5. you are the prime architects in the information age fearless creator
    • 6. are the world’s best chance to ensure that the way we leverage the Internet and Web makes us better You
    • 7. fun we have the responsibility to do our best work
    • 8. mature we have the responsibility to do our best work
    • 9. look industrial & information
    • 10. industrial supply chain management
    • 11. technology
    • 12. speed
    • 13. re-organizing people and communications
    • 14. re-organizing people and communications
    • 15. information supply chain management information
    • 16. technology industrial +
    • 17. speed
    • 18. re-organizing people and communications
    • 19. re-organizing people and communications
    • 20. to get better opportunities
    • 21. work a move back to piece work specialization and craft less waste
    • 22. relationships family organizational longevity multi-dimensional
    • 23. equity Illuminating disparities telling stories empathy compassion
    • 24. peace cultural individual political can we broker peace with good information flow?
    • 25. the planet needs you to rethink your role in this evolution please
    • 26. deep front of the screen back of the screen in the platform in the “thing”
    • 27. inclusive culture economic gender
    • 28. in front promoting information solutions to hard problems
    • 29. we do this . . .
    • 30. Western Union internal memo, 1876 "This 'telephone' has too many shortcomings to be seriously considered as a means of communication. The device is inherently of no value to us.” fear change
    • 31. regulate “…the Department of Commerce became worried that too many stations -- especially amateur and experimental -- were making broadcasts intended for the general public, and, effective December 1, 1921, adopted regulations which restricted public broadcasting to stations which met the standards of a newly created broadcast service classification.” US Early Radio History – Thomas H. White
    • 32. Film - 1915 The New York Times, from an interview with D. W. Griffith “The time will come, and in less than 10 years, when the children in the public schools will be taught practically everything by moving pictures…Imagine a public library of the near future, for instance. There will be long rows of boxes of pillars, properly classified and indexed, of course. At each box a push button and before each box a seat.” dream
    • 33. but none of this ensures quality
    • 34. you are the architects
    • 35. thankYOU

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