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The world of the professional of tomorrow.

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Opening Keynote for 2016 Windesheim University-Honours College, conference. Zwolle, The Netherlands. June 2016.

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The world of the professional of tomorrow.

  1. 1. We have to create work environments that would encourage each of us to achieve more of our potential and deliver more and more value to our stakeholders ROADMAP TO
  2. 2. FOTO CREDIT: HENK JAN WINKELDERMAAT RONALD VAN DEN HOFF AUTHOR PUBLISHER TRENDWATCHER ENTREPRENEUR COACH INVESTOR CHAIRMAN OF SOCIETY30 FOUNDATION
  3. 3. Uber, the world’s largest taxi company owns no vehicles. Facebook, the world’s most popular media owner creates no content. Alibaba, the world’s most valuable retailer has no inventory. Airbnb, the world’s largest accommodation provider owns no real estate or beds. Skype, WeChat, WhatsApp & Facebook Messenger the world largest phone companies own no telco infra Netflix world’s largest movie house owns no cinemas TODAY TEN YEARS AGO YouTube, the first video was uploaded Facebook, just a year old Bitcoin, didn't exist Android, a small startup that Google just acquired 6.4 billion humans on Earth, only ~1 billion were online, and none of them had heard of Uber or AirBnb
  4. 4. FUNCTIONAL ASPIRATIONAL MEANINGFULL INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION DIGITAL REVOLUTION AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY INDUSTRIAL SOCIETY DATA SOCIETY FABRICATION REVOLUTION 1850 1990 20302015BEFORE 1800 A CHAORDIC SOCIETY ON THE RISE
  5. 5. A CHAORDIC SOCIETY ON THE RISE* * CONCEPT BY INTERNET SOCIAL MEDIA COLLABORATIVE ECONOMY 1995 202520152005 AUTONOMOUS WORLD
  6. 6. Robots Artificial Intelligence Virtual Reality Self Driving Cars Space Internet Of Things
  7. 7. TRENDS Didi Kuaidi PLATFORMS: HOSPITALITY & OTHER SERVICES
  8. 8. E-Sports for pro-gamers. The heroe ‘PewDiePie’ has 41 million subscribers and 10 billion video clicks. PLATFORMS: GAMING BIGGER THAN SPORTS
  9. 9. COUNTRY AS A PLATFORM ESTONIA: E-resident-ID-cards. E-residents have validated identities and can open bank accounts, start companies, hire staff without ever visiting Estonia in real life. PLATFORM: COUNTRY AS SERVICE PLATFORM
  10. 10. 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 PLATFORMS: PRODUCTION
  11. 11. COMPUTERS  ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE  ROBOTS  JOBS? 1964 AT&T $267 billion 760.000 employees 2015 GOOGLE $370 billion 55.000 employees 5 years old WHATSAPP $19 billion 450 million users 55 employees $345.5 million per employee 23 years old VODAVONE $128 billion 440 million users 92.000 employees $1.4 million per employee JOBS DISAPPEAR, AS WE SPEAK!
  12. 12. COMPUTERS  ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE  ROBOTS  JOBS? Former McDonalds CEO Says a $15 Minimum Wage Will Give Jobs to Robots JOBS DISAPPEAR, AS WE SPEAK!
  13. 13. 3D PRINTING : MAKERS PLATFORM WE CAN PRODUCE ANYTHING & FINANCE IT OURSELVES
  14. 14. DECENTRALIZED AUTONOMOUS PLATFORMS & TOOLSCOLLABORATION SOFTWARE. DECENTRALIZATION
  15. 15. Interdependent Economy: networked value creation, based on solidarity, sustainability & reciprocity.
  16. 16. takeaway home cooked meals COLLABORATIVE ECONOMY STUFF, FOOD & MORE
  17. 17. “We’re living in a world where people can become businesses in 60 seconds.” Brian Chesky, Airbnb THE AIRBNB ‘EFFECT’
  18. 18. PIVOTTING FOR A PART OF THE PIE…
  19. 19. COLLABORATIVE SERVICE ECONOMY NEIGHBOURHOOD BECOMES ONE BIG-GIG ECONOMY, PLATFORMS AS ENABLERS. MATE Hotels creates their own Hub & Spoke platform
  20. 20. CO-WORK INDUSTRY: COLLABORATION OR STAND-ALONE? “We want to create a platform where employees and coworkers come together and reinforce each other. ” Silvia Onos, Program-manager, Centraal Beheer.
  21. 21. COLLABORATIVE: SOCIAL generosity.com
  22. 22. VALUE CREATION CIRCLES OR SOCIAL ECONOMIC ENTITIES FUND market survey & money SELL MARKETPLACES CREATE prototype + build SERVICES MEET&SHAR E @ physical spaces MARKTPLACEWORK & MEETUP KNOWLEDGE NETWORK CONNECTIONS with people you know UNEXPECTED REAL TIME CONNECTIONS with RELEVANT people you DIDN’T KNOW before: SERENDIPITY. HOTELS MAKERS KNOWMADS HOSPITALITY
  23. 23. spaces, services and products monetary capital shared co-working & open collaboration social capital ECO SYSTEM BASED ON A-SYNCHRONOUS RECIPROCITY, offering SERENDIPITOUSLY UNEXPECTED REAL TIME CONNECTIONS with RELEVANT people you DIDN’T KNOW BEFORE….
  24. 24. SERENDIPITOUSLY MATCHMAKING BY USING ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE. Seat Reservation System
  25. 25. WHOIS INDA HOUSE?
  26. 26. unexpected encounters learned unexpected things great encounters % 80 60 40 20 0 experienced serendipity 2013 2015 ** 2013-2015 Survey by the Erasmus University of Rotterdam. RESULTS.
  27. 27. a new job, invitation for a new project or started a new company: 2013 1 out of 8 2015 1 out of 6 ** 2013-2015 Survey by the Erasmus University of Rotterdam. RESULTS: BEING PART OF THE ECOSYSTEM MEANS -sales -marketing -pr. -research -innovation …the network assist us in activities like:
  28. 28. “By facilitating serendipitous encounters we enrich the ongoing education of staff and students.” Guido van Dijk, coach and developer SOM “We want to create a platform where employees and coworkers come together and reinforce each other. ” Silvia Onos, Program-manager, Centraal Beheer. SCHOOLS, LIBRARIES, CORPORATE OFFICES, MALLS THEATERS, HOSPITALS, HOTELS, COFFEE SHOPS… …BUT ALSO IN PRIVATE HOUSES AND RURAL AREAS
  29. 29. ROADMAP. IT IS ALL ABOUT

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