Breaking the paradigm. nov6, 2009

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This was presented to a group of IT professional in Bangkok, Thailand on November 6, 2009

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Breaking the paradigm. nov6, 2009

  1. 1. Breaking the Paradigm N a t Yo g a c h a n d r a R o c h e s t e r, N e w Yo r k November 6, 2009 I n t e r n a t i o n a l S c h o o l s Te c h n o l o g y Exchange Committee w w w. n a t y o g a c h a n d r a . b l o g s p o t . c o m
  2. 2. Book Titles Soon to be included: • Globalization and Cultural Competency • Curry for the Soulwww.hopeislife.org • Community Services Leadership
  3. 3. Who are the Owners
  4. 4. Who are the Owners
  5. 5. Who are the Owners
  6. 6. Who are the Owners
  7. 7. Who are the Owners
  8. 8.  Japanese brand. Headquartered in Japan Controlled by Renault (partly owned by the French government In Mississippi, it’s a domestic car
  9. 9.  Japanese brand. Headquartered in Japan Controlled by Renault (partly owned by the French government In Mississippi, it’s a domestic car  Symbol of British Empire  Built by Germans - BMW
  10. 10.  Japanese brand. Headquartered in Japan Controlled by Renault (partly owned by the French government In Mississippi, it’s a domestic car  Symbol of British Empire  Built by Germans - BMW  Swedish brand  Owned by Americans
  11. 11.  Japanese brand. Headquartered in Japan Controlled by Renault (partly owned by the French government In Mississippi, it’s a domestic car  Symbol of British Empire  Built by Germans - BMW  Swedish brand  Owned by Americans  Symbol of British Empire  Owned by Indians (TATA)
  12. 12. American Brand Firestone Now owned by the British American BrandInter Continental Hotels Group Now owned by Japans Bridgestone
  13. 13. The Chrysler Building Owned by the Japanese an American icon -owned by investors from Abu Dhabi
  14. 14. Budweiser Beer American CITGO The Plaza Hotel oil company an american icon in New York city
  15. 15. The Plaza HotelAmerican Brand Started by an an american icon in American oilman New York cityOwned by the Owned by the Owned by by Israeli Belgians government of billionaire Yitzhak Tshuvas Venezuela El-Ad Group Before this owned by a Saudi Prince
  16. 16. AMECO Petroleum
  17. 17. Partial list of companies/brands owned by foreign companies
  18. 18. Who are the Owners
  19. 19. One- half of McDonnell Douglas Corp,’s MD-95 was built overseas Fischer (Austria) Allied Signal (U.S.) Halla Heavy Industries Alenia (Italy) Environmental (Korea) Interior Controls Fuselage Wing Honeywell (U.S.) Avionics Israel Aircraft (Israel) ShinMaywaKorean Aerospace Landing gear Industries (Korea) (Japan) Nose Horizontal Tail Allied Signal (U.S.) BMW/Rollsroyce (Britain) Customer Avionics APIC (France) Engines Auxiliary power McDonnell merged with Boeing and renamed to 717
  20. 20. V I RT U A L L I B R A RY Suggest Library Materials BookLeadsCatalogs and databases ebook pathfinderDatabases by subject PowerPoint Reform ToolsAlexandria catalog Image GeneratorsPathfinders Avatar MakersSearch tools Mind Mapping, timelining, graphingSearch for video Fair Use and InfoEthicsOnlineLessons Guidelines Teacher ToolsResearch guideStyle Guide ASK Here PA Librarians can tameCopyright-friendly Annual Report Mission information by providingNoodletoolsInterlibrary loan Staff interfaces using IT to VirtualLibraryLibrary CalendarNewTools Dr. Vs SLJ Blog create orderNew! Dr. Vs Resume Dr. Vs Workshops in a virtual library for 21stCurrent NewsletterArt gallery demopage centuryPics of SpringfieldLife logoPrerequisite summer reading zzstyle
  21. 21. Information Technology - internet - globalization - outsourcing Shrunked the world into a global village Global Villagers Global Managers - Asian Economy - US dollar loosing strength - India, China Fastest growing economies in the world -Widening gap between rich and poor - Digital on the rise
  22. 22. Global VillagersC H A N G E
  23. 23. C H A N G E• Change happens• Anticipate change• Monitor change• Adapt to the change quickly• Change yourself• Enjoy change• Be ready to change again
  24. 24. A n t i c i p a t e C h a n g e $19 b $8 b
  25. 25. Resistance to ChangeThe pleasure to continue is greater than the change, they may:• lack the desire of change• Lack the discipline to change• lack the belief that they can change• Lack the awareness for the need to changeFollowing excuse are the most common fornot changing negative habits: • I have always done it that way • I have never done it that way • That is not my job • I don’t think it will make any difference • I am too busy
  26. 26. A group of scientists placed 5 monkeys in a cage and in the middle, a ladder with bananas on the top
  27. 27. Every time a monkey went up the ladder, thescientists soaked the rest of the monkeys with cold water
  28. 28. After a while, every time a monkey went upthe ladder, the others beat up the one on the ladder
  29. 29. After some time, no monkey dare to go up the ladder regardless of the temptation
  30. 30. Scientists then decided to substitute one ofthe monkeys. The 1st thing this new monkeydid was to go up the ladder. Immediately the other monkeys beat him up After several beatings, the new member learned not to climb the ladder even though never knew why
  31. 31. A 2nd monkey was substituted and the same occurred.The 1st monkey participated on the beating for the 2nd monkey. A 3rd monkey was changed and the same was repeated(beating). The 4th was substituted and the beating was repeated and finally the 5th monkey was replaced
  32. 32. What was left was a group of 5 monkeys that even though never received a cold shower, continued to beat up any monkey who attempted to climb the ladder
  33. 33. If it was possible to ask the monkeys why they would beat up all those who attempted to go up the ladder….. I bet you the answer would be…. “I don’t know – that’s how things are done around here” Does it sounds familiar?
  34. 34. Why we continue to do what we are doing if there is a different way out there “When I am holding on to the past, I don’t have my hands free to reach the future”
  35. 35. What is a Paradigm• They are a set of assumptions, beliefs, philosophies, and “ways of doing things”• They are habits and processes• And until they change, we usually do not notice them
  36. 36. Paradigm ShiftsParadigm shifts are changes from one wayof thinking to another. It is a change inperspectiveThink of a Paradigm shift as a change fromone way of thinking to another. Its arevolution, a transformation, a sort ofmetamorphosis. It just does not happen,but rather it is driven by agents of change (Term first used by Thomas Kuhn in his influential book The Structure of Scientific Revolutions (1962)
  37. 37. How and when do they happen Paradigm shifts happen everyday New technology New knowledge New people New circumstances
  38. 38. A ll o rgani za t ion s are f ac i ng a new e nv iron me n t• Rapidly changing technology and capabilities• Everything depends on connectivity• Growing need to share information• Doing more at the same or less cost• Ensuring privacy and security for networked data• Human services are increasingly consumer-driven
  39. 39. IT - Major Differentiator in your school Digital Citizens - "the most informed and participatory citizens we ever had or are likely to have" - represent a critical emerging group for today and tomorrow
  40. 40. IT - Major DifferentiatorSCHOOLS 20 th CenturySTUDENTS 21 st Century Students my daughter Digital Native Teachers me Digital Immigrant Times Have Changed
  41. 41. IT - Major Differentiator Young people have a better idea what the future is bringing Communicating Sharing Buying and Selling Instant Messaging Blogs eBay Exchanging Creating MeetingPeer-to-peer technology Flash 3D worlds - Skype Collecting Coordinating Searching Downloads wikis Google Reporting Programming Socializing Camera Phones Modding chat rooms IT needs to help the students take advantage Learning of these new tools and systems to educate Web surfing themselves
  42. 42. N O L I M I T SDigital technologies have opened up unimagined opportunities for students and teachers Webcam in every classroom - to show parents and admin what really goes on - share best practices Webcast -after each field trip, students in the elementary section create a webcast documenting what they have seen and learned during their travels
  43. 43. Blog, blogging, blogger, blogsphere • Blog is web-based publication consisting of periodical articles • No technical skills to create your own blog • Blog can contain text, media, links • There are blogs, moblogs, vlogs, • Blogsphere is a community of bloggers • Blog can be a first component of digital portfolio developed by students
  44. 44. P o d c a s t i n g• Method of distributing audio programs or video over the Internet for playback on mobile devices and personal computers• Podcasts are distributed using either the RSS or Atom syndication formats.
  45. 45. Cell Phones - replace computers -Most important tool for 21 century cell phones are the future of classroom computers Trinity Meadows Intermediate School in Keller, Texas: a class of fifth graders have been using donated Verizon smart phones with specialized software to perform tasks including Internet research and using Microsoft Office programs Word and Excel
  46. 46. many schools have banned voice - short messaging services (SMS), graphics, user controlled operating systems, down-loadable, browsers,camera functions (still and video), geo positioning, thumb key boards, plug-in screens, voice recognition, PC functions, mobile commerce The new WWW offering on cell phone or Personal Handheld Devices (Third generation- 3G) whatever we want, whenever and wherever we want 4 G - data rates are expected to be 100 time faster
  47. 47. Cell Phones - replace computers -Most important tool for 21 century United States - cell population penetration 82 percent China mobile phone penetration rate hits 52.5% India - Mobile phone usage is rising faster than anywhere else in the world. Seven million customers added every month A U.N. report published today states that six in ten people (60%) of the worlds population has a cell phone subscription. The driving growth trend is coming from poor, developing countries. This 60% figure is up from just under 15% in 2002
  48. 48. Thin Walls Classroom Project Two international schools in two different locations to become truly globalized Criteria for partnership: Access at school to wikis, blogs, ThinkFree, YackPackand Moodle and Skype to exchange videos, photos and more
  49. 49. IT. It’s Your Paradigm Marketing Mix Strategic Variables (4Ps) Product Strategy Pricing Strategy Promotional Strategy Place (channel) Strategy Sustainable competitive advantage too difficult to achieve with first three Ps IT programs provide a new frontier for creating a “sustainable competitive advantage” through the fourth P, channel strategy
  50. 50. Global Villagers We have become interconnected and interdependent1. Understanding Global Interdependence2. Understanding Global Economics3. Understanding Global Problems4. Understand Human Conflicts5. Understanding Other Cultures
  51. 51. Digital Tools are Like Extensions of Students’ Brains Educate and evaluate a student with the tools Challenge: How to develop a new generation ofknowledgeable digital citizens who can operate in the unregulated world
  52. 52. I T - L E A D E R S H I P (IT coordinator for a school district, New York)Technology can make THE GREATEST difference in the schools when all stakeholders agree about it purposes, use and importance in education • IT leaders must have insight about ways in which the world is changing • Should be aware of the new tools that are available for teaching (cutting-edge technologies) • IT leaders must be the change-agents who help the teachers and staff help think beyond what is happening outside of the school environment • They must articulate a clear vision of technology and curriculum integration • Take advantage of the latest technologies and best practices
  53. 53. I T - L E A D E R S H I P (IT coordinator for a school district, New York) Traditional Role: It is only an efficiency tool Modern Role: IT should be involved in school operations and improvements as well as in defining business strategyIT and teachers must lobby to get tools to enhance the knowledge of students into their classroom and libraries
  54. 54. Best Jobs for the 21st Century The 25 Fastest-Growing Jobs The fastest-growing jobs through 2010 from JIST Publishing.Job Titles Percent Growth1. Computer Software Engineers, Applications 100%2. Computer Support Specialists 97%3. Computer Software Engineers, Systems Software 89.7%4. Computer Security Specialists 81.9%5. Network and Computer Systems Administrators 81.9%6. Network Systems and Data Communications 77 5%Analysts7. Desktop Publishers 66.7%8. Database Administrators 65.9
  55. 55. Three of the top 10 “Best jobs in America” are in Information Technology #1 Systems Engineer #5 Information Technology Project Manager #8 Computer Network Security Consultant (MONEY magazine - November 2009)
  56. 56. THANK YOU

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