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Roadmap to Society30-Nacht van de Binnenstad

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Key note for 'Nacht van de Binnenstad' meet-up, a conference on the social economic value creation in cities. Arnhem, The Netherlands. March 2017.

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Roadmap to Society30-Nacht van de Binnenstad

  1. 1. ROADMAP TO THE CITY: A PLACE TO MEET, COLLABORATE & GROW…
  2. 2. FOTO CREDIT: HENK JAN WINKELDERMAAT I NO LONGER HAVE A JOB, I HAVE DECENTRALIZED ACTIVITIES… AUTHOR PUBLISHER TRENDWATCHER ENTREPRENEUR COACH INVESTOR CHAIRMAN OF SOCIETY30 FOUNDATION RONALD VAN DEN HOFF
  3. 3. The factory of the future will have only two employees: a man and a dog. The man will be there to feed the dog. The dog will be there to keep the man from touching the equipment.* *Autodesk CEO Carl Bass
  4. 4. 5 years old WHATSAPP $19 billion 450 million users 55 employees $345.5 million per employee 23 years old VODAFONE $128 billion 440 million users 92.000 employees $1.4 million per employee
  5. 5. Nokia CEO ended his speech saying this: “we didn’t do anything wrong, but somehow, we lost”.
  6. 6. *UNIVERSITY OF UTRECHT, Prof. dr. Erik Stam SCENARIOS for The NETHERLANDS*. DECENTRAL Interdependent Economy: Groups of connected people, swarms of creative citizens creating, simultaneously in various networks, sustainable social economic value. CENTRAL A-SOCIAL SOCIAL Scale-up economy: New sustainable initiatives are scaled up by existing- or new organizations Gig Economy: freedom, self organizing, working for platforms Traditional Economy: Big businesses, large governments, hierarchies, employees, gap between rich and poor getting larger, non-sustainable.
  7. 7. TRENDS PLATFORMS
  8. 8. Interdependent Economy networked value creation, based on solidarity, sustainability & reciprocity. decentralized local networks interconnected internationally: Internet of Cities
  9. 9. takeaway home cooked meals COLLABORATIVE ECONOMY: STUFF, FOOD & MORE
  10. 10. “We’re living in a world where people can become businesses in 60 seconds.” Brian Chesky, Airbnb
  11. 11. NEIGHBOURHOOD BECOMES ONE BIG-GIG ECONOMY, WITH THE PLATFORMS AS ENABLERS.
  12. 12. ENHANCING THE EXPERIENCE… “This is the future disruptor,” Chip Conley said: “We’re not an accommodations company; we’re a travel company...”
  13. 13. COLLABORATIVE: SOCIAL generosity.com
  14. 14. COMMUNITY INTEGRATED CO-WORKING, CO-LIVING & CO-PRODUCING, CO-IMPACTING
  15. 15. Co-working is not about the venues, the hardware, the software, or the kinky design. It’s about the number and quality of serendipitous connections, opportunities & open collaboration. CO-WORKING = THE FUTURE OF WORK
  16. 16. spaces, services and products monetary capital shared co-working & open collaboration social capital
  17. 17. MATCHMAKING BY USING ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE. working on a key note presentation Try to describe in one sentence what you are working on today. Or if you need support. We will connect you!
  18. 18. RESULTS: BEING PART OF THE ECOSYSTEM MEANS ANY TOPIC YOU CAN THINK OF: THE COLLEGUE (EXPERT) IS ‘IN THE HOUSE’
  19. 19. WORK: TOOLS & PLATFORMS
  20. 20. DATA CREATES NEW OPPORTUNITIES TO STRENGTHEN DECENTRALIZED NETWORKS… DATA SHARING WITH LOCAL NETWORKS: 9:00 AM : IN NEED OF TRANSPORTATION 1:00 PM : IN NEED OF LUNCH 5TH VISIT: READY TO HELP NEWBEES car-sharing program home take away food program introduction to ambassador program POTENTIAL EVENT ORGANIZER Seats2meet event program presentation, language course, education platform
  21. 21. DATA CREATES NEW DECENTRALIZED MARKET OPPORTUNITIES EVENT MARKET DISRUPTION: DETERMINE TRENDING TOPICS SELECT & INVITE RELEVANT CO-WORKERS TO CO-CREATE EVENT SELECT EVENT TOPIC & BOOK SPACE EVENT LAUNCH SELECT & INVITE POTENTIAL AUDIENCE NO-RISK EVENT EXECUTION
  22. 22. …got a new job, was invited for a new project or started a new company: 2013 1 out of 8 2015 1 out of 6 200 Serendipity Machines 105 K knowledge tags 100+ K check-ins 2016 (=25%) 24 countries ** 2013-2015 Survey by the Erasmus University of Rotterdam. RESULTS: BEING PART OF THE ECOSYSTEM MEANS** -sales -marketing -pr. -research -innovation …and assisted us in activities like:
  23. 23. “Decentralization enables at a fine grain level groups of people to self-organize in a manner that was not possible before…” David Orban, Singularity University

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