OTAK KANAN
KOMPETENSI ERA KONSEPTUAL
Bonnie S
bee7179@yahoo.com
inspirasisolusibisnis.blogspot.com
Bonnie.Soeherman
@Bonni...
Bagaimana
dunia
saat ini?
ASIA
Efficiency Outsourcing C-I Growth
ABUNDANCE
AUTOMATION
AUTOMACY: THEY ALREADY
REPLACE US!
POTRET PASAR TENAGA KERJA
UNTUK SUKSES, PERLU
MENGOPTIMALKAN KOMPETENSI
BARU
Welcome to the Conceptual Age
ABUNDANCE
ASIA
AUTOMATION
ERA KONSEPTUAL HARUS
DIRESPON DENGAN OPTIMALISASI
FUNGSI OTAK KANAN
RIGHTBRAIN urusan seniman?
SIX SENSES
1.  Not just function but 
also DESIGN
2.  Not just argument but 
also STORY
3.  Not just focus but also 
SYMPH...
1. DESIGN
"The wealth of nations and the well-being of
individuals now depend on having artists in
the room. In a world enriched by
...
“In 2036 Design takes over.
Design has spread like gas to
almost all facets of human
activity… to help people deal with
ch...
2. STORY
“Everyone
loves story”
Tabrakan beruntun mewaskan 5 orang
Seorang ibu hamil bersama 4 
anaknnya tewas mengenaskan dalam 
tabarakan beruntun
Fungsi story:
Healing  sugesti
Selling  testimoni
Menegur
PENGARUH
emosional
THE PRESENTATION
SECRET OF STEVE JOBS
1. Plan in analog → movie storyboard
3. Develop messianic sense of purpose
6. Introd...
3. SYMPHONY
Tidak cuma spesialisasi tapi SINTESIS
→ melihat seluruh perspektif,
melampaui batasan, menciptakan
kesatuan ba...
“Kehidupan seperti sepeda, selalu akan
seimbang jika terus bergerak”
-Albert Einstein-
Melatih metafora
“The ability to put oneself into the mental shoes of
another person to understand her emotions and
feelings.”
Alvin Goldma...
“Rata-rata dokter
meng-cut pembicaraan
pasien pada detik ke
23”
-Dan Pink's A Whole New Mind
“Tuhan memberi 2 telinga dan 1 mulut agar
kita lebih banyak mendengar daripada
berbicara”
-Epictetus-
5. PLAY → FUN
Kegembiraan
“Dalam sebuah riset ditemukan dokter yang diberi waktu
khusus bermain dalam sehari, peluang keberhasilan operasi
37% ketim...
Secara anatomis, dibutuhkan lebih sedikit
otot untuk tersenyum daripada cemberut.
6. MEANING
Refleksi itu penting!
Bonnie S.
Email: bee7179@yahoo.com
inspirasisolusibisnis.blogspot.com
Bonnie.Soeherman
@Bonnie_Soe
• Co-Founder
Mechanimot...
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Berbagi tentang poin-poin buku A Whole New Mind, kompetensi baru yang diperlukan untuk sukses di era konseptual.
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Bonnie S
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bee7179@yahoo.com

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  • Meet the competition. $14,000 is above the average annual salary of the Knowledge workers of India. One out of ten jobs in the U.S. computer, software, and information technology industry will move overseas in the next two years. One in four IT jobs will be offshored by 2010. According to Forrester Research, “at least 3.3 million white collar jobs and $136 billion in wages will shift from the U.S. to low-cost countries like India, China, and Russia” by 2015. Nations such as Japan, Germany, and the United Kingdom will see similar job loss. But outsourcing is overhyped in the short term and underhyped in the long term. Read Greg Tamblyn doctor story here. Friedman describes the dormitory living conditions of telephone companies India, technological training, and dialect training based on area code. 15% of the India population is equal to the US work force. 150,000,000 people are connected to America for free. The advantage of outsourcing at night for work done during the day in Asia and returned before we begin our following day.
  • We live in the age of abundance. Two out of three Americans own the homes in which they live. 1 % of homes purchased are 2 nd homes. And they are very large compared to the homes of our parents and grandparents. Even though family sizes have gotten smaller from the time of our grandparents ‘til today. But, a real measure of abundance that our grandparents would not have understood, is that with our smaller family size and larger houses, we still do not have enough room to store our stuff. We have developed a whole new industry: the self-storage industry.
  • Meet the competition. $14,000 is above the average annual salary of the Knowledge workers of India. One out of ten jobs in the U.S. computer, software, and information technology industry will move overseas in the next two years. One in four IT jobs will be offshored by 2010. According to Forrester Research, “at least 3.3 million white collar jobs and $136 billion in wages will shift from the U.S. to low-cost countries like India, China, and Russia” by 2015. Nations such as Japan, Germany, and the United Kingdom will see similar job loss. But outsourcing is overhyped in the short term and underhyped in the long term. Read Greg Tamblyn doctor story here. Friedman describes the dormitory living conditions of telephone companies India, technological training, and dialect training based on area code. 15% of the India population is equal to the US work force. 150,000,000 people are connected to America for free. The advantage of outsourcing at night for work done during the day in Asia and returned before we begin our following day.
  • But, our abundance has placed a premium on more right-brain sensibilities – beauty, spirituality, and emotion. It is no longer enough to create products that are reasonably priced and adequately functional. They must also be beautiful, unique, and meaningful. It must have what author Virginia Postrel calls the “aesthetic imperative.” Have you been paying attention to commercials lately? Designs by Michael Graves, a Princeton University architecture professor and one of the most renowned architects and product designers in the world designing toilet brushes that sell at Target fro $5.99. Online companies such as Ebay have standardized products across the globe. All companies compete for the same products on the one hand, but it is also possible to find the unique and interesting, that which goes far beyond mere functionality. Automobiles designed by haute couture fashion designers. Business and industry is taking notice of the kind of products that are selling – The “aesthetic imperative” may not be the vocabulary they are using, but the result is the same.
  • Seeing the big picture, integrating learning, synthesizing information to create something new that is more than the sum of its parts. Seeing the forest for the trees. Be the conductor of your life, working all of the parts in harmony.
  • Seeing the big picture, integrating learning, synthesizing information to create something new that is more than the sum of its parts. Seeing the forest for the trees. Be the conductor of your life, working all of the parts in harmony.
  • IQ has little correlation to success. Emotional intelligence is key to success. Understanding others, forging relationships, and caring about others are keys to success in the 21 st century. Learning to walk a mile in the shoes of another and learning to see the world from their perspective is crucial to empathy. Empathy cannot be outsourced and it cannot be automated. Describe this work in detail. Here is where art, music, theatre, and dance can be particularly strong. Take an acting class. Role play. Listen more than you talk Volunteer Pay attention. Listen. Visually describe emotion, circumstances, dilemmas, injustices. Create the metaphor that helps others to more clearly understand. Help students to create metaphor
  • Life is not all about being serious. Play is essential and elusive. Creative play is one of the best ways to have students take risks, juxtapose images, discover new relationships, and have fun. There is no question that a playfully light attitude is characteristic of creative individuals. Play leads to greater creativity and productivity. In the book “Alice in Wonderland”, Alice is tells the queen, “One can’t believe in impossible things”, to which the queen responds, “I dare say you haven’t much practice. Why, sometimes I’ve believed as many as six impossible things before breakfast.”
  • Why are we here? What do we do with our lives to give them meaning? Your students need to grapple with big ideas, enduring ideas. In fact, art education is about meaning making. What is the work about? What are you trying to do? What are you trying to say? What is another way to design it? What is another metaphor for the same message?
  • Brief Points from A Whole New Mind

    1. 1. OTAK KANAN KOMPETENSI ERA KONSEPTUAL Bonnie S bee7179@yahoo.com inspirasisolusibisnis.blogspot.com Bonnie.Soeherman @Bonnie_Soe
    2. 2. Bagaimana dunia saat ini?
    3. 3. ASIA Efficiency Outsourcing C-I Growth
    4. 4. ABUNDANCE
    5. 5. AUTOMATION AUTOMACY: THEY ALREADY REPLACE US!
    6. 6. POTRET PASAR TENAGA KERJA
    7. 7. UNTUK SUKSES, PERLU MENGOPTIMALKAN KOMPETENSI BARU
    8. 8. Welcome to the Conceptual Age ABUNDANCE ASIA AUTOMATION
    9. 9. ERA KONSEPTUAL HARUS DIRESPON DENGAN OPTIMALISASI FUNGSI OTAK KANAN
    10. 10. RIGHTBRAIN urusan seniman?
    11. 11. SIX SENSES 1.  Not just function but  also DESIGN 2.  Not just argument but  also STORY 3.  Not just focus but also  SYMPHONY 4.  Not just logic but also  EMPATHY 5.  Not just seriousness  but also PLAY 6.  Not just accumulation  but also MEANING A whole new mind (Daniel Pink)
    12. 12. 1. DESIGN
    13. 13. "The wealth of nations and the well-being of individuals now depend on having artists in the room. In a world enriched by abundance but disrupted by the automation and outsourcing of white-collar work, everyone, regardless of profession must cultivate an artistic sensibility”.      WE MUST ALL BE DESIGNERS!
    14. 14. “In 2036 Design takes over. Design has spread like gas to almost all facets of human activity… to help people deal with change… This grand new era has already begun. Design is moving centre-stage in the eternal human quest to make beauty out of necessity.” Paola Antonelli senior curator of architecture and design, New York Museum of Modern Art
    15. 15. 2. STORY “Everyone loves story”
    16. 16. Tabrakan beruntun mewaskan 5 orang Seorang ibu hamil bersama 4  anaknnya tewas mengenaskan dalam  tabarakan beruntun
    17. 17. Fungsi story: Healing  sugesti Selling  testimoni Menegur PENGARUH emosional
    18. 18. THE PRESENTATION SECRET OF STEVE JOBS 1. Plan in analog → movie storyboard 3. Develop messianic sense of purpose 6. Introduce the antagonist 7. Reveal the conquering hero
    19. 19. 3. SYMPHONY Tidak cuma spesialisasi tapi SINTESIS → melihat seluruh perspektif, melampaui batasan, menciptakan kesatuan baru
    20. 20. “Kehidupan seperti sepeda, selalu akan seimbang jika terus bergerak” -Albert Einstein- Melatih metafora
    21. 21. “The ability to put oneself into the mental shoes of another person to understand her emotions and feelings.” Alvin Goldman 4. EMPATHY
    22. 22. “Rata-rata dokter meng-cut pembicaraan pasien pada detik ke 23” -Dan Pink's A Whole New Mind
    23. 23. “Tuhan memberi 2 telinga dan 1 mulut agar kita lebih banyak mendengar daripada berbicara” -Epictetus-
    24. 24. 5. PLAY → FUN
    25. 25. Kegembiraan
    26. 26. “Dalam sebuah riset ditemukan dokter yang diberi waktu khusus bermain dalam sehari, peluang keberhasilan operasi 37% ketimbang yang full bekerja.”
    27. 27. Secara anatomis, dibutuhkan lebih sedikit otot untuk tersenyum daripada cemberut.
    28. 28. 6. MEANING
    29. 29. Refleksi itu penting!
    30. 30. Bonnie S. Email: bee7179@yahoo.com inspirasisolusibisnis.blogspot.com Bonnie.Soeherman @Bonnie_Soe • Co-Founder Mechanimotion Entertainment • Academician • Author

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