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  • I am hydro geologist by trainingNever was a good hydroI have spent my 30 year career studying and applying principles for creation of companies where great hydrogeologist can do great work for their clients
  • Great IT is required to be a Great Company!Great IT is required to attract and retain great professionals and great clients
  • Name one thing your company IT does to make it easier for you to be a great professional doing great work for your clients.
  • Cloud + SaaS WaveSweeping overlegacy software systems you own and installed on servers located in your building and maintained and updated by your IT staff.
  • Mobile Computing WaveSweeping over your “PC based” technology model
  • Social Networking WaveSweeping over one way, controlled, individual communication pipelines
  • Let’s create a simple model of your IT systemsSystems of RecordSystems of Engagement
  • Consumerization of IT WaveSweeping over the Corporate IT driven computing model
  • Using personal devices for work purposesLaptopsTabletsSmartphonesConsumer software setting expectations and driving the pace of your IT departmentSunday – Monday gapUser experience is King, not IT.
  • Millennial Mindset WaveWashing onto the shore of the Boomer Mindset.
  • Boomers – Traditional view of Enterprise ITHelp desk, on-site technicians, software installed and maintained on their pcWitnessed slow introduction of technology into workplaceDos – windowsInternal network – internetCell phones – blackberries-0 smart phonesGen XDifferent starting point Better adjusted to the fast pace of technologyFamiliar and tolerant of enterpriseMillennial have grown up in consumer technologyComputer chips in their toys, digital natives, etcThey require and expect anytime, anytime access to information, for both personal and business use.They expect to use their personal smart phone for work.
  • Millennial and Associates:GmailquoterollerHuddleIntacctHarvestBasecampSalesforce/chatterOffice on each PCMonthly stipend for mobile devicesPaychex Website – professional Office on the PCFacebook /Google+No serversNo IT guy, ( yessocial media gal)Outsource helpdeskConnected to the worldCool open offices
  • Let’s create a simple model of your IT systemsSystems of RecordSystems of Engagement
  • Let’s create a simple model of your IT systemsSystems of RecordSystems of Engagement
  • Assess inside and outsideViable markets, right clients, TeamsCompany
  • Because it is important toYour clientsYour employeesYour owners and investors
  • On-premise server-based legacy systemsAccess to information requires PC behind the firewallMobile/Cloud computingOne way communications using telephone and emailSocial network communicationTechnology solutions developed within the IT departmentConsumer driven technologyLimited to clients and employees with a boomer mindset Millennial mindset
  • Af 5 it-wavesthatwilldisrupt

    1. 1. FIVE Information Technology Waves that willDISRUPTthe Way You Do Business ARE YOU READY?
    2. 2. Jerry RickVice President of Consulting Services
    3. 3. GREAT Professionals+ GREAT CompanyGREAT WORKFOR CLIENTS
    4. 4. Break away from the pack Differentiate COMMODITYUnique Value PropositionsforCLIENTSEMPLOYEESOWNERS/INVESTORS
    5. 5. TABLE SHARE How does your firm use information technology to make it easier to do great work for clients?
    6. 6. FIVE DISRUPTIVETECHNOLOGY WAVES Today  2015 AEC 1.0  AEC 2.0
    7. 7. FIVE DISRUPTIVEInformation Technology Waves 1. Cloud + SaaS Wave 2. Mobile Computing Wave 3. Social Networking Wave 4. Consumerization of IT Wave 5. Millennial Mindset Wave
    8. 8. WAVES OF DISRUPTION 1. Cloud + SaaS
    9. 9. AEC 1.0Your server roomhosting licensedsoftware
    10. 10. Cloud + SaaS Data Center AEC 2.0 Pay for Use Model
    11. 11. WAVES OF DISRUPTION 2. Mobile Computing
    12. 12. NEVER TRUSTA COMPUTERYOU CAN’T LIFT Introduction of the first Macintosh Computer 1984
    13. 13. SmartphonesDevice Shipments byForm Factor, MillionsSource: IDC, Gartner, Morgan Stanley Research
    14. 14. Mobilecomputingat work
    15. 15. Mobile ComputingLeads to UniqueValue Propositions
    16. 16. WAVES OF DISRUPTION 3. Social Networking
    17. 17. Social Networking1.0
    18. 18. Social Networking 2.0 Platforms for collaborating online in real time on any device anywhere
    19. 19. Repurposing and RebrandingSocial Networking Systems Systems of Engagement Platforms for collaborating online, in real time on any device, anywhere
    20. 20. Enovia“ENOVIA is committed to providing products andsolutions that enable individuals at organizations of allsizes -- from small businesses to the largest globalenterprises -- to participate in effective and rewardingcollaborative innovation.”
    21. 21. SOCIAL NETWORKSARE NOT TO BEIGNORED “What is transpiring is momentous, nothing less than the planet rewiring itself a new nervous system. If your organization is not linked into this nervous system, you will be hard pressed to participate in the planet’s future”. – Geoffrey Moore
    22. 22. Systems of Engagement 1.0 2.0
    23. 23. WAVES OF DISRUPTION 4. Consumerization of IT
    24. 24. WidespreadCompanies who report use of consumer technology in the workplace 88% USE
    25. 25. IT Driven Technology AEC 1.0
    26. 26. Consumer Driven Technology AEC 2.0 iCloud
    27. 27. AEC 2.0
    28. 28. WAVES OF DISRUPTION 5. Millennial Mindset
    29. 29. Digital Natives Millennial Generation
    30. 30. Millennial Mindset Workforce in 2015 26.7% 22.9% 20.5% Boomers Gen X Millennial 51-69 35-50 15-34
    31. 31. BoomerMindset
    32. 32. MillennialMindset http://community.bomgar.com/blogs/4?cat_id=7&limit=2
    33. 33. Meet Kate and LukeEmerging Company Leaders They Emerging ClientsEmerging Owners/Investors
    34. 34. FIVE DISRUPTIVETECHNOLOGY WAVES Today  2015 AEC 1.0  AEC 2.0
    35. 35. AEC 1.0Systems of Record Systems of EngagementCRM ACCOUNTING TELEPHONEERP HR EMAIL, VOICEMAILCAD LIMS MEETINGS
    36. 36. AEC 2.0 Systems of Record Systems of Engagement Cloud + SaaS MobileConsumerization Millennial Mindset
    37. 37. Engineering Firm IT AEC 1.0 AEC 2.0 AE 2.0
    38. 38. HOW DOESYOUR FIRMPREPAREFOR THESE WAVES?
    39. 39. Option 1 Expect your IT PERSON to take care of it.
    40. 40. Option 2 PREPARE STRATEGICALLY
    41. 41. Five Strategic Recommendations1. Elevate strategic IT decisions to the CEO.2. Develop responses to waves within an effective, agile strategic planning and alignment process.3. Consider impact of waves on value propositions for your clients, employees and owners/investors.4. Expect responses to differ for Systems of Record and Systems of Engagement.5. Welcome leaders with a millennial mindset into the decision making processes.
    42. 42. WHY ARE WAVESIMPORTANT
    43. 43. Break away from the packDifferentiate COMMODITY With CLIENTS EMPLOYEES OWNERS/INVESTORS
    44. 44. YOUR FIRMCAN LEARNTO RIDE THESEWAVES!
    45. 45. THE END

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