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Teemu Arina's presentation at the DCL conference in Vanajanlinna, Hämeenlinna on 4th of November 2009. For more information, see http://tarina.blogging.fi

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Real-time Web: Timeshifting Organizational Learning

  1. 1. REAL-TIME WEB Timeshifting Organizational Learning November 2009 Teemu Arina tarina.blogging.fi tar1na
  2. 2. CHANGING CONTEXT OF LEARNING AT WORK
  3. 3. Ours is a brand-new world of allatonceness. McLuhan
  4. 4. We can no longer build serially, block-by-block, step-by-step, McLuhan
  5. 5. ...because instant communication insures that all factors of the environment and of experience co-exist in a state of active interplay." – Marshall McLuhan (1967)
  6. 6. “We might already be beyond the age of speed, by moving into the age of real-time. The move towards real-time is one way out of the world of speed.” Ivan Illich 1996
  7. 7. FROM LINEAR SEQUENTIAL MODELS
  8. 8. TO NON-LINEAR SIMULTANEOUS PARALLEL HAPPENING
  9. 9. FACTORIES & SCHOOLS DIGITAL ECOSYSTEMS
  10. 10. I NEED IT ALL AND I WANT IT NOW
  11. 11. Ref: Domino’s Pizza, USA
  12. 12. NOW WEB – JWT Trendletter August 2009
  13. 13. AWARENESS “We define awareness as the ongoing interpretation of representations i.e. of human activity and of artifacts.” – Matthew Chalmers et al. (2002)
  14. 14. AWARENESS SYSTEMS “...offer tremendous potential for innovation, with a wide range of forms and contexts for transforming the space around us.” – Panos Markopoulos et al. (2009)
  15. 15. INFORMATION & ATTENTION “What information consumes is rather obvious: it consumes the attention of its recipients. Hence a wealth of information creates a poverty of attention.” – Social Scientist Herbert Simon (1971)
  16. 16. ATTENTION ECONOMY “Attention is focused mental engagement on a particular item of information. Items come into our awareness, we attend to a particular item, and then we decide whether to act.” – Davenport & Beck (2001)
  17. 17. CONTINUOUS PARTIAL ATTENTION – Linda Stone (1998)
  18. 18. FELT PRESENCE OF THE IMMEDIATE EXPERIENCE
  19. 19. BE HERE NOW – Ram Dass
  20. 20. POWER OF NOW – Eckhart Tolle
  21. 21. NOWISM – Trendwatching.com
  22. 22. REAL-TIME WEB
  23. 23. The web is transitioning from mere interactivity to a more dynamic, real-time web where read-write functions are heading towards balanced synchronicity. The real-time web is the next logical step in the Internet’s evolution. – OM Malik, Giga OM (2009)
  24. 24. PAGES TO STREAMS “This isn’t an inbox we have to empty, or a page we have to get to the bottom of — its a flow of data that we can dip into at will but we can’t attempt to gain an all encompassing view of it.” ― John Borthwick, VC focusing on the Real-time Web
  25. 25. News Activity Media Search Drivers 2009 Real-time web: from pages to streams CONSUMER Real-time sense of colleagues, 2010 customers and business intelligence ENTERPRISE
  26. 26. http://twitter.com/cremebruleecart Over 8400 followers
  27. 27. REAL-TIME SPACES
  28. 28. DIGITAL DNA DIGITAL ’N’ ANALOG DOUBLE HELIX
  29. 29. AMBIENT INTELLIGENCE “...refers to electronic environments that are sensitive and responsive to the presence of people.” – Cai & Abascal (2005)
  30. 30. AMBIENT INTELLIGENCE IN THIRD PLACES
  31. 31. MICROSOFT SURFACE
  32. 32. COMMUNICATION CONTENT CONTEXT <<2000 2000-2008 2008>> 3 MOBILE ERA’s Ref: SPRXMobile
  33. 33. REAL-TIME ECONOMY
  34. 34. ?
  35. 35. MANAGEMENT CYBERNETICS
  36. 36. CYBERSYN PROJECT “What you are about to hear today is revolutionary – not only because this is the first time that this is applied in the world –   it is revolutionary because we are making a deliberate effort to GIVE THE PEOPLE THE POWER that science gives to us, enabling them to use it freely.” – Stafford Beer, 1970
  37. 37. Ref: Stafford Beer
  38. 38. REAL-TIME OPERATIONS ROOM Real-time computer controlled planned economy Opsroom, Chile, 1970-1973 MULTINODE_METAGAME, Turkey, 2009
  39. 39. REDUCTIONISM
  40. 40. 4 M’s • MEN COMPLEXITY VARIETY • MATERIALS • MACHINERY • MONEY Ref: Stafford Beer
  41. 41. VIABLE SYSTEM MODEL "A self-organized system must be always alive and without finalizing, since conclusion is another name for death." – Stafford Beer
  42. 42. } REDUCTIONIST VS. PARADIGM CYBERNETIC top-down, management driven
  43. 43. } REDUCTIONIST VS. PARADIGM CYBERNETIC bottom-up, people driven
  44. 44. "If you want to create change, you must challenge not only the models of Unreality, but THE PARADIGMS that underwrite them." – Stafford Beer, 1970
  45. 45. SLOWISM
  46. 46. LIQUID MODERNITY – Zygmunt Bauman
  47. 47. ENERGY >> SLOW DRINKS Photo: Fracis Bourgouin
  48. 48. FROM INFORMATION OVERLOAD, TO...
  49. 49. SOCIAL INTERACTION OVERLOAD
  50. 50. SLOW MOVEMENT “It is the need to belong. The need for nearness and care, and for a little love! This is given only through slowness in human relations. In order to master changes, we have to recover slowness, reflection and togetherness.” – Guttorm Fløistad
  51. 51. TOMATOES. Teemu Arina CEO - dicole ltd. tarina.blogging.fi www.dicole.com teemu@dicole.com MY VCARD TO YOUR PHONE: “Imagination is more important than knowledge.” – Albert Einstein tar1na

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