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  1. 1. Knowledge Management, Innovation and Quantum Science Ron Young, 23 rd November 2010, KM Asia, Singapore
  2. 2. Upside Down Management Ron Young, 23 rd November 2010, KM Asia, Singapore
  3. 3. UK in the knowledge driven economy Ron Young, 23 rd November 2010, KM Asia, Singapore Our Competitive Future building the knowledge driven economy
  4. 4. The Big 5 Ron Young, 23 rd November 2010, KM Asia, Singapore Learning, Skills, Knowledge, Creativity, Innovation
  5. 5. Knowledge Asset Management <ul><li> </li></ul>Ron Young, 23 rd November 2010, KM Asia, Singapore
  6. 6. Knowledge Asset Framework Ron Young, 23 rd November 2010, KM Asia, Singapore Developed by the Know-Net Consortium 1998 – 2000 Enhanced by Knowledge Associates 2001-2009
  7. 7. APO KM Publications 2009-2010 Ron Young, 23 rd November 2010, KM Asia, Singapore
  8. 8. www.knowledge-management-online.com Ron Young, 23 rd November 2010, KM Asia, Singapore
  9. 9. Knowledge Transfer Ron Young, 23 rd November 2010, KM Asia, Singapore
  10. 10. Reticular Activating System Ron Young, 23 rd November 2010, KM Asia, Singapore
  11. 11. Scotoma Ron Young, 23 rd November 2010, KM Asia, Singapore
  12. 12. Achieving results using the Reticular Activating System Ron Young, 23 rd November 2010, KM Asia, Singapore
  13. 13. Selective Perception & Scotoma’s Ron Young, 23 rd November 2010, KM Asia, Singapore
  14. 14. Radical Innovation can occur when we transfer existing knowledge across different domains Ron Young, 23 rd November 2010, KM Asia, Singapore
  15. 15. Quantum Science Concepts and Questions Ron Young, 23 rd November 2010, KM Asia, Singapore
  16. 16. Knowledge Transfer Ron Young, 23 rd November 2010, KM Asia, Singapore Thin Communications Rich Communications TACIT KNOWLEDGE EXPLICIT KNOWLEDGE TACIT KNOWLEDGE EXPLICIT KNOWLEDGE
  17. 17. Visible and Invisible Ron Young, 23 rd November 2010, KM Asia, Singapore
  18. 18. Duality Ron Young, 23 rd November 2010, KM Asia, Singapore
  19. 19. Coherence Ron Young, 23 rd November 2010, KM Asia, Singapore
  20. 20. Entanglement & nonlocality Ron Young, 23 rd November 2010, KM Asia, Singapore
  21. 21. Superposition Ron Young, 23 rd November 2010, KM Asia, Singapore
  22. 22. Collapse of the wave function Ron Young, 23 rd November 2010, KM Asia, Singapore
  23. 23. Quantum Vacuum Zero Point Field Ron Young, 23 rd November 2010, KM Asia, Singapore
  24. 24. Professor Ervin Laszlo An Integral Theory of Everything Ron Young, 23 rd November 2010, KM Asia, Singapore
  25. 25. “ There exists an interconnecting field at the roots of reality, beyond matter and energy, a subtle force field that has been missing in our sciences, that conserves and conveys information Ron Young, 23 rd November 2010, KM Asia, Singapore
  26. 26. “ This zero point field is the constant enduring memory of the universe” Ron Young, 23 rd November 2010, KM Asia, Singapore
  27. 27. Quantum Leap Ron Young, 23 rd November 2010, KM Asia, Singapore
  28. 28. Quantum Science concepts and ideas can act as a catalyst for a new knowledge paradigm Ron Young, 23 rd November 2010, KM Asia, Singapore
  29. 29. Possible New Knowledge Theory Ron Young, 23 rd November 2010, KM Asia, Singapore
  30. 30. Personal conscious knowledge Personal subconscious knowledge World Wide Web of information Ron Young, 23 rd November 2010, KM Asia, Singapore
  31. 31. Molecular Computing Quantum Computing Ron Young, 23 rd November 2010, KM Asia, Singapore
  32. 32. Collective knowledge Ron Young, 23 rd November 2010, KM Asia, Singapore
  33. 33. Old Knowledge Paradigm Ron Young, 23 rd November 2010, KM Asia, Singapore Thin Communications Rich Communications TACIT KNOWLEDGE EXPLICIT KNOWLEDGE TACIT KNOWLEDGE EXPLICIT KNOWLEDGE
  34. 34. New Knowledge Paradigm Ron Young, 23 rd November 2010, KM Asia, Singapore An Ocean of Knowledge A Sky of Information
  35. 35. Unified Global Repository of Knowledge Ron Young, 23 rd November 2010, KM Asia, Singapore
  36. 36. Empowered Global Knowledge Worker Ron Young, 23 rd November 2010, KM Asia, Singapore
  37. 37. Knowledge Management, Innovation and Quantum Science Ron Young, 23 rd November 2010, KM Asia, Singapore
  38. 38. Personal Scenario 1. “I’ll believe it when I see it” Ron Young, 23 rd November 2010, KM Asia, Singapore
  39. 39. Personal scenario 2. “I’ll see it when I believe it” Ron Young, 23 rd November 2010, KM Asia, Singapore
  40. 40. Collective scenario 3. “We will see it when we believe it ” Ron Young, 23 rd November 2010, KM Asia, Singapore
  41. 41. Scenario 4. “It is known” Ron Young, 23 rd November 2010, KM Asia, Singapore
  42. 42. Consider extending the old knowledge paradigm to embrace a new extended knowledge paradigm that better recognises a unified field of information. Ron Young, 23 rd November 2010, KM Asia, Singapore
  43. 43. Creative insight, intuitive knowledge & radical innovation Ron Young, 23 rd November 2010, KM Asia, Singapore
  44. 44. Knowledge Management, Innovation and Quantum Science Ron Young, 23 rd November 2010, KM Asia, Singapore
  45. 45. Contact Me <ul><li>Twitter: www.twitter.com/ronyoung </li></ul><ul><li>Blog: http://km-consulting.blogspot.com </li></ul><ul><li>Facebook: www.facebook.com/ronyoung </li></ul><ul><li>Linkedin: www.linkedin.com/ronyoung </li></ul><ul><li>Website: www.knowledge-management-online.com </li></ul><ul><li>Email: [email_address] </li></ul>Ron Young, 23 rd November 2010, KM Asia, Singapore

Editor's Notes

  • Key Messages Transition
  • Key Messages The day is split into 5 modules.   Transition Before we move onto a further understanding of KM looking at the why, the what and the how, lets do cover the objectives of the day.
  • Key Messages 90:10 analogy. 10% explicit knowledge 90% tacit knowledge Transfer of the tacit to tacit knowledge   Rate of transfer of k between people is dependent on the richness of the information communicated   Transition
  • Key Messages 90:10 analogy. 10% explicit knowledge 90% tacit knowledge Transfer of the tacit to tacit knowledge   Rate of transfer of k between people is dependent on the richness of the information communicated   Transition
  • Key Messages 90:10 analogy. 10% explicit knowledge 90% tacit knowledge Transfer of the tacit to tacit knowledge   Rate of transfer of k between people is dependent on the richness of the information communicated   Transition
  • Key Messages The day is split into 5 modules.   Transition Before we move onto a further understanding of KM looking at the why, the what and the how, lets do cover the objectives of the day.
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