CEOs and other senior executives are increasingly engaged as their companies step up efforts to build digital enterprises. A McKinsey & Company article.
Ken Tyler's insight:
prediction: digitalization is an invasive and disruptive process that will wreak havoc on the unprepared enterprize. Those organizations with a higher maturity level in their connectivity processes and collaborative leadership will rise to the top in their fields.
iDesktop.tv provides a really useful and user friendly service for anyone who wants to use video clips from sources like YouTube, but doesn't want their students looking around at anything unsuitable, or for anyone who has ever found a really useful clip, only to go back later and find it has moved or been removed.
The future of learning requires us to have the tools and the skills of connectivity and collaboration whereby we maintain streaming sources of very relevant and rapidly processable information. This appears to be one of these tools...
Tom Malone's MIT Center for Collective Intelligence is emerging as the single most active researchsite for studying augmented collective intelligence. -- Howard
"If we want to predict what's going to happen, especially if we want to be able to take advantage of what's going to happen, we need to understand those possibilities at a much deeper level than we do so far. That's really our goal in the MIT Center for Collective Intelligence, which I direct. In fact, one way we frame our core research question there is: How can people and computers be connected so that—collectively—they act more intelligently than any person, group or computer has ever done before? If you take that question seriously, the answers you get are often very different from the kinds of organizations and groups we know today."
A few weeks ago I wrote about my recent participation in the 2013 Roundtable on Institutional Innovation, an Aspen Institute event that took a close look at the impact of digital technologies on the evolution of companies and other organizations....
Ken Tyler's insight:
"It’s too early to tell how collaborative economies will evolve in the future and how big they’ll become. As is generally the case with disruptive innovations, they face a number of challenges... It is truly one of the most exciting and important innovations in our 21st century digital economy. All of us, - policymakers, business, VC’s, the research community, and others - must thus do everything possible to help the collaborative, sharing economy succeed."
Putting the record straight on 'reconciliation' The Island.lk (subscription) This significant piece of research which was conducted in five former war-affected districts, Mannar, Jaffna, Kilinochchi, Vavuniya and Trincomalee, with the express...
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