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Chris Batt

  1. 1. Three Careersin Seven Years 180
  2. 2. 2004Chief Executive 178
  3. 3. Investing in knowledge 178
  4. 4. Investing in Knowledge The raw material of the future Convergence in the digital space 110
  5. 5. Hoard of the Things 109
  6. 6. THE RETURN OF THE THINGS• Sustain the fellowship• Remember the two towers (content/people)• Create a sustainable national infrastructure• Learning will be a collective activity• The uniqueness of the Maori experience is a metaphor for all communities and cultures of the world• Inhabit on a global stage 097
  7. 7. SHARING The Three Kete of Knowledge1. A meeting place for different roles and institutions2. Partnerships between practitioners and citizens3. Creating a single House of Knowledge 096
  8. 8. 2007Consultant 095
  9. 9. • Maori projects• Crowdsourcing 094
  10. 10. 093
  11. 11. 2009PhD Student 092
  12. 12. The long-term impactof digital technologieson the exploitation of public knowledge collections... 091
  13. 13. 090
  14. 14. EvolutionRevolutionExtinction 014
  15. 15. 013
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  17. 17. UncertaintyComplexity Change 011
  18. 18. Determination, innovation, experimentation,simplicity, consumer focus, ambition, opportunism,eccentricity, flexibilityPolicy, trust, consistency, fairness, accessibility,market failure, public value, individual and community 010development
  19. 19. Determination, innovation, experimentation, simplicity, consumerfocus, ambition, opportunism, eccentricity, flexibility “Give the customers what they want before they know they want it”Policy, trust, consistency, fairness, accessibility,market failure, public value, individual and community 009development
  20. 20. Determination, innovation, experimentation, simplicity, consumerfocus, ambition, opportunism, eccentricity, flexibility Status Quo 2.0Policy, trust, consistency, fairness, accessibility, market failure, public value, individual and community 008development
  21. 21. Assume a revolutionwith the serious risk of extinction 007
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  23. 23. 1. Make value explicit 005
  24. 24. 2. A collective mission 004
  25. 25. 3. Re-invent the practitioner 003
  26. 26. 4. Organisational change 002
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  28. 28. Share, think, listen,enjoy! 000

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