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Smart Workspaces


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Presentation for Chief Digital Officer Forum, November 2, 2016, on Smart Workspaces, by Martha G Russell, mediaX at Stanford University

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Smart Workspaces

  1. 1. SMART  WORKSPACES         CDX  Forum   November  2,  2015  
  2. 2. VISION   3.51  nauHcal  miles       The  half-­‐century  KondraHev  cycle   Academic  producHon  cycle     11  years  -­‐  pharma  to  11  seconds  -­‐  social  media   5-­‐10  years  for  future  of  work  
  3. 3. OUR  SITUATION  IS  ALREADY  URGENT   The  relaHonships  between  producHvity,  people  and  place  are  in  flux.   Boundaries  are  blurred–  employee  /  employer,  work  /  leisure,  office  /  home,  personal  /  professional.   Changing  responsibiliHes  call  for  complex  new  skills.     Learning  is  conHnuous.   Work  and  workspaces  are  redefined.    
  4. 4. I.  Global  Forces   II.  Workplace  Trends  –  Employee  Mindsets   III.  Smart  Workspaces   IV.  Knowledge  Landscape   V.  Management  Challenges   VI.  Looking  Ahead  to  2020   •  Connected  Produc,vity  Pla2orms   •  Interpersonal  Presence  Environments   •  Augmented  Personal  Intelligence  &   Wellbeing   VII. QuesHons  for  Research   Agenda   Agenda  
  5. 5. Global  Forces  
  6. 6. Workforce  Trends                    Employee  Mindset  
  7. 7. Smart  Workspace  
  8. 8. Knowledge     Landscape  
  9. 9. Management     Challenges  
  10. 10. Grand  Challenge   Grand  Challenge   Given  the  acceleraHng  advancements  in  informaHon  technology;   exponenHal  growth  in  compuHng  power;  mobile,  smart  and  wearable   devices;  quanHfied  self;  always  connected  individuals;   ubiquitous  embedded  sensors;  arHficial  intelligence;  augmented  and   virtual  reality  environments;  roboHcs;  predicHve  algorithms  for  large  data   sets;  real-­‐Hme  feedback  mechanisms...   Given  the  perpetual  human  aspects  of  work,  with  a  premium  on  high   quality  communicaHon,  collaboraHon;  cooperaHon;  creaHve  problem   solving;  common  purpose  for  the  work-­‐provider  and  for  appreciaHon;   well-­‐being;  producHvity;  flow;  conHnuous  learning;  self-­‐actualizaHon;   posiHve  group  dynamics;  balance  in  work  and  life  for  the  worker...   Given  the  shiaing  from  physical,  centralized,  local,  hierarchal  workplaces   to  distributed,  mobile,  mulHple-­‐site,  virtual,  fluid  workspaces…       How  might  we  design  a  smart   technology  enabled  workspace  of   2020  that  improves  both   produc,vity  and  well-­‐being  of   workers?  
  11. 11. Smart Workspaces Connected Productivity Platforms Interpersonal Presence Environments Augmented Personal Intelligence Smart  Workspaces  
  12. 12. A  Placorm  to  Unite  Them  All  
  13. 13. Specialized  Hubs  for  B2B  
  14. 14. AI  and  I   Am  What  I  Wear  
  15. 15. Geeng  Real  with  Virtual  Reality  
  16. 16. A  New  Age     Of  Remote  Work  
  17. 17. QuesHons   What  tools  and  pracHces  enable  system   leadership  and  network  orchestraHon  for   placorm  economies  and  the  workers  who  are   hired  and  inspired  to  work  together  for   creaHve  producHvity?     What  are  professional  pracHce  and  working   environment  implicaHons  on  educaHon,   conHnued  learning,  skill  requirements,  and   responsibiliHes  of  future  workers?     What  governance/infrastructure  is  needed   for  data  exchange  in  smart  workspaces?     -­‐  Data  access,  security,  privacy  and  permissions   -­‐  Data  policies,  management  and  terms  of  use   -­‐  Digital  estates  and  legacy  data     Smart  Workspaces  -­‐  QuesHons  
  18. 18. Ecosystem  for  Discovery  CollaboraHons  
  19. 19. CSLI Eng EE Psy Ed SSP SCIL SUMMIT PBLL GSB Ling CHIMe Art Discovery Collaborations Span Stanford Labs School of Education; Education and Learning Sciences Digital Art Center Graduate School Of Business Communication Between Humans and Interactive Media Stanford Center for Innovations in Learning Project Based Learning Laboratory Symbolic Systems Program Engineering & Product Design Center for the Study Of Language & Information Stanford University Medical Media & Information Technology Computer Science Psychology Linguistics Phil Philosophy Law Center for Legal Informatics LIFE Learning in Informal and Formal Environments CS Electrical Engineering SHL Stanford Humanities Lab VHIL Virtual Human Interaction Lab PBLL Work Technology & Organization DVL Distributed Vision Lab Des Stanford Joint Program in Design at S T A N F O R D U N I V E R S I T Y
  20. 20. •  November  16   – The  Experience  of  Immersion   •  November  19   – Placorms  for  CollaboraHon  and  ProducHvity   •  Tuesdays  –  noon  to  1pm   – Seminars  –  InteracHve  Media  and  Games     Upcoming  
  21. 21.          Thank  You   Martha  G  Russell