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4th Industrial Revolution by Sam Williams


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We are in a time of dizzying change. It’s estimated that nearly half of all jobs could be at risk over the next two decades because of Artificial Intelligence, automation, cloud and IoT.

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4th Industrial Revolution by Sam Williams

  1. 1. Our Sponsors
  2. 2. SAMUEL WILLIAMS Why everyone needs to be ready for the Fourth Industrial Revolution
  3. 3. MISSION OBJECTIVE… What does “possible” look like, taste like, feel like… Some ideas, frameworks and ways to navigate Industry 4.0… Challenge you to… Samsofy
  4. 4. Degree of complexity 1800 1900 2000 Today Time First Industrial Revolution through the introduction of mechanical production facilities with the help of water and steam power First mechanical loom, 1784 Second Industrial Revolution through the introduction of a division of labour and mass production with the help of electrical energy First assembly line Cincinnati slaughter, 1870 Third Industrial Revolution through the use of electronic and IT systems that further automate production First programmable logic controller (PLC), Modicon 084, 1969 Fourth Industrial Revolution through the use of cyber-physical systems Humanity will change more in the next 20 years more than the 300 years before
  5. 5. 915,103,765 What are the possible combinations of six bricks?
  6. 6. 1717
  7. 7. 2017 2017
  8. 8. 2037 2037 8,968,662,492
  9. 9. 2037 2037
  10. 10. INNOVATION
  11. 11. Geoffrey Moore’s Model of Disruption Types… 18 Infrastructure Model Raspberry Pi, Cloud, SaaS, BYOD, Virtualisation, Containerisation, Micro-services Business Model Uber, YouTube, Spotify,, Autonomous Cars, 3D Parts Printing, Amazon Prime Operating Model Mobile Banking, Amazon, e-Bay, Self-Service, Google Nest, Drone Deliveries
  12. 12. BUSINESS MODEL 100m subscribers
  13. 13. OPERATING MODEL “Just walk out technology”
  15. 15. Managing a Portfolio The Three Horizons Model Horizon 1 0 to 12 months Horizon 2 12 to 36 months Horizon 3 36 to 72 months Current Businesses Generate today’s cash flow High Growth Businesses Today’s revenue growth + tomorrow’s cash flow Growth Options Options on future high-growth businesses Expected Window of Returns AccumulatedTotalReturns Geoffrey Moore
  16. 16. A Zone Based Approach to Innovation Effectiveness Disruptive Innovations Sustaining Innovations Delivers Material Revenue Consumes Investment Incubation Zone Performance Zone Transformation Zone Productivity Zone Horizon 1 Horizon 1 Horizon 2 Horizon 3 Geoffrey Moore
  19. 19. The future is not just something that happens to us. The future something we create.
  20. 20. Heaven or Hell, Dystopia or Utopia, Abundance or Scarcity? Perspective, Ethics and New Economics. Your personal agility will be more valuable than past achievement.
  21. 21. Lessons from the coalface of innovation