This talk from Raghava KK is an outcry to allow and to go for multiple “WEs” in our today’s society. He makes it so obvious and easy to understand why we need communities with multiple inputs in order to achieve multiple outcomes. THE “one and only” outcome is no longer enough (and maybe never was) to find responsible and sustainable solutions. Thank you for this Raghava!
Yesterday I was at Petersberger Gespräche in Bonn, where I moderated a series of “nextpractices” to Enterprise 2.0. The opening of the conference were the following 2 keynotes by Peter Kruse, nextpractice, Bremen, and Lee Bryant, Headshift, London.
Tapscott syas: “The global economic crisis is a wake-up call to the world: we need to rethink and rebuild many of the organizations and institutions that have served us well for decades, but now have come to the end of their life cycle. The financial services industry, for example, does not just need fresh infusion of capital or some new regulations; it needs a whole new operating model — one based on transparency, sharing of intellectual property and global governance.
As the crisis has spread to other sectors in the economy and even other sectors of society, it is exposing structural weaknesses and modes of operation that no longer nurture social and economic growth. The recent collapse of many newspapers is just one storm-warning of more to come: conventional wisdom isn’t going to cut it for success in this century. We need to reinvent our institutions…”
Best Tapscott I’ve ever seen! It is really worth watching the entire 62 minutes …
According to Wikipedia Don Tapscott is a Canadian business executive, author, consultant and speaker based in Toronto, Ontario, specializing in business strategy, organizational transformation and the role of technology in business and society. Tapscott is chairman of business strategy think tank New Paradigm (now nGenera Insight), which he founded in 1993. Tapscott is also Adjunct Professor of Management at the Joseph L. Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto.
At LeWeb in Paris David Weinberger and Itay Talgam gave inspiring talks about leadership. While David was setting up a frameset for leadership in a social media world in which “leaders” only make decisions if the crowd fails, Itay pointed out different “models” of leadership by showing us how famous conductors play with their role of leading an orchestra.
With both of them we will start a discussion about leadership on our DNAdigital platform addressing digital natives and managers.
Why don’t we get the best out of people? Sir Ken Robinson argues that it’s because we’ve been educated to become good workers, rather than creative thinkers. Students with restless minds and bodies — far from being cultivated for their energy and curiosity — are ignored or even stigmatized, with terrible consequences. “We are educating people out of their creativity,” Robinson says. It’s a message with deep resonance.