Do You Know


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This presentation is designed to impress upon you the rapid & converging nature of our world. We all need mutual, beneficial outcomes. Choice around all sides of the debate. Have a say in big decisions: like bank governance, climate change, food supply. Create, follow &/or observe our future. Engage with your own and many other communities

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Do You Know

  1. 1. Did you know? Did You Know? originally started out as a PowerPoint presentation for a faculty meeting in August 2006 at Arapahoe High School in Centennial, Colorado, United States. The presentation "went viral" on the Web in February 2007 and as of June 2007 had been seen by at least 5 million online viewers. Today the old and new versions of the online presentation have been seen by at least 20 million people, not including the countless others who have seen it at conferences, workshops, training institutes, and other venues.
  2. 2. So what do you know? More importantly what don't you know! This presentation is designed to impress upon you the rapid & converging nature of our world
  3. 3. Currently the most populous country And rapidly becoming one of the most wealthy China has significant US $ reserves giving China immense power
  4. 4. Rapidly urbanising Cost effective labour force Ability to invest in alternative technologies Keen to develop China will become more of a central player in our World
  5. 5. Speaking English We are fortunate that English is the language of the Internet Are you selling internationally & translating your web content into native text? Great for SEO and selling
  6. 6. Largest global population - India Well not now but by 2030 source UN Highly educated English speaking 42 cities > 1m USA 9 How do we compete as a nation in knowledge industries with this?
  7. 7. Population growth A 50% increase globally in 40 years How do we manage? How do we engage with each other, share more ideas & information more rapidly & in a more fragmented market?
  8. 8. The problem isn't only ours! Competition for web footprints will increase The sooner we all learn what to do and how to do it the greater the strength of our future economy
  9. 9. Questioning our kids education! It is not only us that has to learn fast We need to encourage our kids to engage and learn online too
  10. 10. Which leads into employment The entire employment landscape in changing
  11. 11. 6 years for a major shift How long will this shift continue for?
  12. 12. How do we deal with this? What should we be doing now? Engaging with social media will help you to keep up to date also assisting your kids keep up to date and even get ahead
  13. 13. We all need to engage Learning in small steps is easier than big chunks Engagement now means we will all learn and evolve together
  14. 14. We face many of these Climate change Weather extremes Drought Population growth Migration Energy shortages
  15. 15. Job for life is gone Mobility is the key Nimble minds Open minds Cross disciplinary minds To cope with a varied work life
  16. 16. Contracting landscape? Friends become even more important Keep in touch more easily Using social media
  17. 17. Better financial education r'qd Long term planning will be less secure
  18. 18. No part of life is sacred! The internet touches every part of our lives
  19. 19. Internet stats 25% of global population can access the internet Mobile broadband will become mainstream in 2 years with incredible handsets
  20. 20. Can you believe this Global population expected to reach 9bn by 2050 1.3m moving to cities every week Income per day $100 $10 $1 % world pop 20% 60% 20% % world income 74% 24% 2%
  21. 21. Google just noticed 1998 And now!
  22. 22. How reliant are we? Incredibly!
  23. 23. What did we do? Employ more researchers? Read more books? Employ more staff? Live in a seemingly smaller world Where are we headed?
  24. 24. Did you even have a mobile then? When did you have your first mobile? Within a couple of years our mobile will be our main computing tool With Google likely running the operating system?
  25. 25. British Empire had the telegraph How quickly we are getting connected as a species
  26. 26. TV changed how we communicate The most powerful education medium? For how much longer?
  27. 27. Seems we all wanted it! And still do! Engaging in a richer way than Google searches & email provides us all with a richer life if we choose to use what is there!
  28. 28. And now Facebook Social media breaks wide open communications Demographic growth is biggest now in the 35+ age group With business/charity engagement rising rapidly – what are you doing to engage?
  29. 29. How was your computer knowledge then? Internet born 40 years ago in 1969 Became an adolescent in 1989 when Tim Berners Lee develops http
  30. 30. How was your computer knowledge then? Did you even have a mobile device?
  31. 31. And now? This growth will continue for time to come What is your strategy to stay ahead of the game? Or at least keep pace?
  32. 32. Would you like to count them? Admittedly many are technical terms
  33. 33. But still...... Would Shakespeare's plays be even longer and more complicated with a current dictionary?
  34. 34. Information flows are increasing How are you managing your ins & outs of info to your audience? Learn how to watch, listen, understand, share, collaborate, help & discuss topics with your audience?
  35. 35. Where is all this info coming from? Engage! Social media is liberating us from the confines of linear email and web sites
  36. 36. The written/typed word Stephen Fry has over 1m followers on Twitter Is taking the place of the spoken word Language is changing How are you moving with this?
  37. 37. We need to support each other To avoid being left behind To ensure we don't have to become techies To spread the load Get involved now
  38. 38. Still hankering to be 18 again? We need to support our kids We need to share to stay abreast Collaboration has never been so important as today And so easy!
  39. 39. WOW! Incredible! 14,000,000,000,000 bits per second
  40. 40. WOW! When did you buy your first CD? How many do you own now? Or are you part of the iPod/mp3 generation already?
  41. 41. WOW WOW! That's truly amazing! What can we do with this?
  42. 42. Will the machines take over? Or do we keep apace with them?
  43. 43. What can we use this power for This will affect our lives soon To have your opinion heard and hear what is really going on away from simplistic mass media you will need to engage
  44. 44. What DOES it all mean? Are you coming along for the ride or staying behind ? The longer you sit & deliberate the further will be your journey of discovery The more of us engaged now the more we determine the future
  45. 45. The media landscape has changed Evolution perhaps even revolution is happening right now? If you can use Microsoft Office come & join in the party now!
  46. 46. The convergence of media is here Radio Television Newspapers Magazines Podcasts Webinars Offline meeting online
  47. 47. The global scale is vast Currently 25% of the global population have access to the internet
  48. 48. Newspapers are suffering Traditional methods of communication either on a local, regional, national or global scale are changing
  49. 49. We are shifting away from print And moving online for our news, information, entertainment & fun Communication styles are diversifying & changing for good
  50. 50. Reducing revenues affect output Traditional forms of media are struggling to adapt & prosper with the cost of infrastructure & programming. ITV are a classic example
  51. 51. More money being spent online Means that our online experience has richer choice & content. What & how will you choose ? Decisions that will affect your life. Or don't bother & leave it to pass......
  52. 52. The age of user generated content That's you........ Video email is here & becoming the norm Susan Boyle became a global success thanks to YouTube You don't have to sing to engage!
  53. 53. Despite the industries best efforts Illegal downloads & file sharing for some, provided motivation to go online Collaboration & sharing has become normal – it's expected
  54. 54. Mobile phones are the future Nokia are the largest suppliers of cameras in the world More than 50% of our population use a mobile phone - 50% was exceeded mid 2007; globally
  55. 55. No part of society is untouched Obama the first US president to fund raise online
  56. 56. The power of social networks Successfully! The explosion of online social networks has happened with our innate desire to communicate
  57. 57. Twitter is here to stay & evolve Text messaging for the internet A mini blog of 140 characters allows you to build a list of followers & communicate easily from your mobile or PC
  58. 58. Web 3.0 just around the corner Email; was mainstream for > a decade The new semantic web is coming; searches will be tailored to you Email; obsolete < 10 years
  59. 59. Mobile phones is where it's at As technology develops our mobile phone will be our primary method of communication – especially connecting to the internet
  60. 60. Technology - quicker & smaller Do you remember the size of your TV 20 years ago? Or your mobile phone 5 years ago Windows Vista is 3 years old on January 30 2010
  61. 61. The future - smaller & faster Communication between us all is getting easier & more detailed Social media is the start of web 3.0 Are you riding the wave or the shore?
  62. 62. Convergence is here Before you simply had an audience - using traditional marketing – now you have a multi layered immediately responding community Community building takes time & planning. The sooner you start the sooner you'll enjoy Source Shift Happens video. Autumn 2009 your success !
  63. 63. Success Passion Fun Practice Focus Pushing yourself Serving others Watch this excellent 3 minute TED talk Ideas Persistence
  64. 64. Bigger & more important We want to be part of something An urge to direct our own lives To get better at something that matters Fulfill our needs, Watch Tony at TED beliefs & emotions
  65. 65. Leaders Organisations Individuals We all need mutual, beneficial outcomes Choice around all sides of the debate Have a say in big decisions: like bank governance, climate change, food supply Non zero sumness TED talk Create, follow &/or observe our future
  66. 66. Social Media for beginners Take the plunge with some training Offered for one and three days Fully interactive! Improve what we do best In preparation of your new capabilities & opportunities to broadcast business and personal news, connect with clients, colleagues & chums, comment, engage, discuss, promote events, & share. Collaboration defines our next decade
  67. 67. Contact us now We can show you how to access funding for some or all of your strategy planning & education. Call Ivor Kellock 01727870613 email Ivor Kellock Call Greg Peachey 01727823131 email Greg Peachey