Updated! -- #AIIM16 keynote -- Why the H**** Should You Care About Information Professionals?

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My keynote at #AIIM16 -- Digital Disruption and the critical need for information professionals.

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  • Updated! -- #AIIM16 keynote -- Why the H**** Should You Care About Information Professionals?

    1. 1. LEANING INTO THE FUTURE: Amidst all of this disruption, what the H*** is an Information Professional and why should anyone care?
    2. 2. 1996: The Technology Landscape
    3. 3. 1996: Jurassic Web For following slides – http://www.slate.com/articles/technology/technology/2009/02/jurassic_web.html
    4. 4. 1996: Jurassic Web Only 20 million American adults had access to the Internet.
    5. 5. 1996: Jurassic Web Something called a “blog” was still 3 years away.
    6. 6. 1996: Jurassic Web 99% phone users did not find text messaging to be of any use.
    7. 7. 1996: Jurassic Web The first iPhone was still 11 years away.
    8. 8. 1996: Jurassic Web Microsoft's Office 97 was published in December 1996 on a CD ROM but also on a set of 45 3½-inch floppy disks.
    9. 9. 1996: Jurassic Web There's no YouTube, Huffington Post, Google, Twitter, Facebook, or Wikipedia.
    10. 10. 1996: Jurassic Web A Clinton was President of the United States.
    11. 11. And this prescient voice, one month before I joined AIIM…
    12. 12. “Despite the euphoria of Internet enthusiasts and the hyped-up selling palaver of some web services providers, we remain uncertain as to the long-run substantive benefits the Internet will bring to businesses and to individual users.” --AIIM Inform Magazine, April 1996
    13. 13. Oops.
    14. 14. So what the heck is this thing called AIIM about, anyway?
    15. 15. 3 words.
    16. 16. People. Process. Technology.
    17. 17. People. Process. Technology. How can we automate content intensive, complicated, mission-critical processes? Industry = Departments at Fortune 500 scale organizations. Information Management
    18. 18. People. Process. Technology. How can we automate content intensive, complicated, mission-critical processes? Industry = Departments at Fortune 500 scale organizations. Complex, custom and expensive implementations. No standard body of knowledge; expertise lodged in the consulting community. Information Management
    19. 19. People. Process. Technology. How can we automate content intensive, complicated, mission-critical processes? Industry = Departments at Fortune 500 scale organizations. Complex, custom and expensive implementations. No standard body of knowledge; expertise lodged in the consulting community. Solutions are difficult to use and require lots of training, but who cares because the people who use it are specialists anyway? Information Management
    20. 20. CLICK HERE http://info.aiim.org/what-is-the-new-role-of-an-information-professional
    21. 21. Meanwhile, back in the real world, a lot of “stuff” is going on.
    22. 22. And this “stuff” is accelerating…
    23. 23. Klaus Schwab World Economic Forum, 2016: "The speed of current breakthroughs has no historical precedent."
    24. 24. Steven Kotler: "For the first time in history, the world’s leading experts on accelerating technology are consistently finding themselves too conservative in their predictions…"
    25. 25. Dion Hinchcliffe: “The old days of doing it all ourselves using traditional IT projects are receding and even counterproductive much of the time.”
    26. 26. The Indicators of Accelerating Digital Disruption: MINDSETS – MESSAGES – MONEY – MACHINES
    27. 27. MINDSETS – How Do We Look at Things? “I’ll set up a meeting with IT.” “How can I do it myself?” ‘How do I control information?” “How do I set information free?” Updating legacy Rolling out apps LIFE AT THE EDGELIFE IN THE MAINSTREAM MINDSETS – MESSAGES – MONEY – MACHINES
    28. 28. MESSAGES – What Stories Do We Tell? SHAREPOINT SLACK TELLER DEPOSITS = $.65 EACH MOBILE DEPOSITS = $.03 EACH IT Heroes = EFFICIENCY IT Heroes = INNOVATION LIFE AT THE EDGELIFE IN THE MAINSTREAM MINDSETS – MESSAGES – MONEY – MACHINES
    29. 29. MONEY – What do we value? GM VALUATION = $55 BILLION UBER VALUATION = $68 BILLION Physical -> Digital Digital -> Physical GDP Korea = $1.3 T FB, AMZN, AAPL, GOOG = $1.3 T LIFE AT THE EDGELIFE IN THE MAINSTREAM MINDSETS – MESSAGES – MONEY – MACHINES
    30. 30. MACHINES – What Skills do we need? ON-PREMISE CLOUD PC is the LEGO MOBILE is the LEGO Build and Develop Configure and Connect LIFE AT THE EDGELIFE IN THE MAINSTREAM MINDSETS – MESSAGES – MONEY – MACHINES
    31. 31. CLICK HERE http://info.aiim.org/what-is-the-new-role-of-an-information-professional
    32. 32. What is the net impact of this on People, Process, and Technology?
    33. 33. People. Process. Technology. Process owners can implement their own solutions. Business processes must be appified. Everything begins with mobile. Information Management
    34. 34. People. Process. Technology. Process owners can implement their own solutions. Business processes must be appified. Everything begins with mobile. Configure, connect and mobile skills key. End of perimeter- based security. Massive legacy drag. Information Management
    35. 35. People. Process. Technology. Process owners can implement their own solutions. Business processes must be appified. Everything begins with mobile. Configure, connect and mobile skills key. End of perimeter- based security. Massive legacy drag. Usability is everything. Even individual users can implement their own solutions. Blurring of lines between home and the office. Information Management
    36. 36. All of which translates into three very different perspectives.
    37. 37. How can I do this as quickly and cheaply as possible? Can I buy a solution by the drink? How can I do this without involving IT? PROCESS
    38. 38. How can I do this as quickly and cheaply as possible? Can I buy a solution by the drink? Is this vendor reliable? How can I do this without involving IT? Is this solution scalable? secure? Am I going to be stuck supporting this solution? TECHNOLOGY PROCESS
    39. 39. How can I do this as quickly and cheaply as possible? Can I buy a solution by the drink? Is this vendor reliable? How can I do this without involving IT? Where should I put my stuff? Can work where and how I want? Is this solution scalable? secure? Am I going to be stuck supporting this solution? Do I have what I need to do my job? PEOPLE TECHNOLOGY PROCESS
    40. 40. A new tension. Silos on Steroids vs. Line of Business Agility
    41. 41. Who now owns the big picture?
    42. 42. Who provides the adult supervision to all of this?
    43. 43. Who is going to reconcile these three very different perspectives?
    44. 44. People. Process. Technology. Information Management
    45. 45. The Journey Has Just Begun.
    46. 46. The Journey Has Just Begun. Join us.
    47. 47. CLICK HERE http://info.aiim.org/what-is-the-new-role-of-an-information-professional
    48. 48. CLICK HERE http://www.aiim.org/Resources/Toolkits/How-to-Prepare-CIP-Exam

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