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Towards the leader 2.0?

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Keynote at the Enterprise 2.0 Summit in Frankfurt on October 27th 2010

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Towards the leader 2.0?

  1. 1. #e20s Towards the Leader 2.0? Richard Collin Twitt @richardcollin
  2. 2. The end of Management… Turns out that in an age of wrenching change, the most valuable human capabiltiies are precisely those that are least Manage-able. Nerve. Artistry.Elan. Orginality.Grit. Non- conformity. Valor. These are the qualities that create value in the 21 st century..
  3. 3. The art of making thing happen Rules N° 5 People can manage themselves if you let them
  4. 4. Self organization Cost of coordination
  5. 5. The changing nature of leadership Shifting competition bases Drive for innovation Need for reinvention Greater collaboration
  6. 6. you Dow Jones Informations Goods North Territory
  7. 7. Changing Composition of Output 100% 80% 60% 40% 20% 0% 1985 1990 1995 2000 2005 2010 2015 2020 2025 2030 2035 2040 Time Industrial products Innovation (S&T/R&D) Personal products Creativity (Refinement of taste)
  8. 8. A unique creation economy Unpredictable Artist tasks Creativity Future consumer/ producer - cyber creator Empowered team-worker, informed shopper Predictable Mass-era worker tasks and consumer Repetition Imposed Freedom to Authority initiate
  9. 9. The notion of a process –a defined series of steps in the production of good or the delivery of services _ subordinates individuals to their roles in the process …but now connectedness should always take precedence over efficiency, especially where the efficiency comes at the cost of the customer… The process should be secondary to the strategic principles of the firm Stowe Boyd The rise of networks, the end of process
  10. 10. Competitiveness: what is at stake ? o To bring the lessons from successful innovations in war to the life of general public o Moving manufacturing into services o Redifining and transforming brand o Shifting market power to the retailer o Turning a product into an experience Institute for the Future, www.iftf.org.
  11. 11. “Theonly way to meet the continuously unpredictable challenges ahead of us is to match them with continuously unpredictable changes of our own
  12. 12. Value chain 2.0
  13. 13. Technology: It’s just the beginning …toward the NBIC
  14. 14. NBIC Economy 2.0 Demography Sustainable development
  15. 15. The new enterprise paradigm ?
  16. 16. A leader can be defined by an ability to get others to follow willingly Denise Caron
  17. 17. What 2.0 can make for us? Or What 2.0 be going to make of us?
  18. 18. A leader can be defined by an ability to get others to be connected willingly People are replacing their trust in traditional authorities with trust in each other
  19. 19. 2. Design tinkering 3. Establish systematic serendipity 4. Thrive on gradual for Leader the Enterprise 2.0 breakthrough Ciborra, C. U. The Labyrinths of information, Challenging the Wisdoms of Systems •Value bricolage strategically •Design tinkering •Establish systematic serendipity •Thrive on gradual breakthrough •foster the why not attitude •enable power distribution •transcend barrier to information sharing
  20. 20. Leadership 2.0: Towards The knowledge Entrepreneur The farmer of trust And the skills harvester
  21. 21. The future of work future of work map
  22. 22. You never change things by fighting the existing reality. To change something, build a new model that makes the existing model obsolete Buckminster Fuller , The Foundation for P2P Alternatives www.p2pfoundation.net
  23. 23. To trust
  24. 24. To walk the talk
  25. 25. To be transparent & To tell the truth
  26. 26. To imagin
  27. 27. To recognize & to give
  28. 28. To update & to be updated
  29. 29. To dare
  30. 30. To network & to be connected
  31. 31. To focus on the IT Usage And not on the tools
  32. 32. To stimulate
  33. 33. To coach
  34. 34. Solidarity & Humility
  35. 35. Thank you Richard.collin@grenoble-em.com