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Envisioning the future of money

Envisioning the future of money | Work in the Path of the new systems | Scoop.it
Is your organization prepared for the intelligent, autonomous and interconnected future of money?

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what does a new organization needs in terms of vision in order to go to the future?

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Scott A Gibbs's curator insight, January 24, 2014 5:08 PM

So, is innovation in the concept of currency  going to be a disruptive technology?

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@ScotT A Gibbs the person I know that explores further how innovation the currency of the future to bring innovation forward is @ingenesist .My thoughts on that is that if we take the metacurrency distinction of what currency is then currencies is a new language, a new expressive capacity for humanity that holds the promise of radical innovation and change. (see the former video on Integral wealth).
june holley's curator insight, July 14, 2014 8:17 AM

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Work in the Path of the new systems
Wonderings about work and the structure and the forms it is taking
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Why empathy is the key to a creative and profitable organisation.

Why empathy is the key to a creative and profitable organisation. | Work in the Path of the new systems | Scoop.it

Empathy is human nature, and should not be switched off, but instead utilised.

 

...It’s common knowledge that the brain is an extremely complex organism. It can process language, numbers, feelings, thoughts and emotions. Put very simply, the brain can be broken down into two components; the ‘systemiser’, which excels at logic and rules; and the ‘empathiser’, which excels at dealing with people and emotions.

 

If this is the case, why is having a high IQ being used as the only determinant of success?..

 

by Perdie Alder 


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Dimitris Portokalis's curator insight, October 5, 2014 11:29 AM

"Even with all this knowledge and information about human nature, empathy is still an emotion. For some reason, emotion in business can still be seen as a weakness. "

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Yes, the collaborative economy is destroying jobs. So what's next?

Yes, the collaborative economy is destroying jobs. So what's next? | Work in the Path of the new systems | Scoop.it

Yes, the collaborative economy is massively destroying jobs.  

 

The XXI century is shifting our perception of what is a job versus work and creation and play...nice insights...


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The Five Skills of Disruptive Innovators - Jason Sylva - Harvard Business Review

The Five Skills of Disruptive Innovators - Jason Sylva - Harvard Business Review | Work in the Path of the new systems | Scoop.it

Creativity and innovative thinking are not genetic traits. What makes people great innovators is not their genetic makeup, but a set of skills and behaviors. The good news: anyone can learn, practice, and master the skills necessary to become a disruptive innovator.


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Five trends that will dominate the “cloud” in 2012

Five trends that will dominate the “cloud” in 2012 | Work in the Path of the new systems | Scoop.it
2011 has been an exciting year for the cloud. Companies are starting to accept the idea of using internet-based services instead of servers they control themselves. That in turn has driven a push t...

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Emerging Tech Trends That Will Impact Social Business in 2012

Emerging Tech Trends That Will Impact Social Business in 2012 | Work in the Path of the new systems | Scoop.it
While social media remains one of the single largest demographic changes of our time, over the last year or so the field has been accompanied by an entire generation of new technology advancements that are starting to reshaping the industry.

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Approaching Service design – holistic, systems thinking | Meld Studios

Approaching Service design – holistic, systems thinking | Meld Studios | Work in the Path of the new systems | Scoop.it

To be as successful as possible, service designers should seek to approach their project with an holistic, systems-thinking perspective.

 

--- Meld Studios is an interaction design and service design studio based in Sydney, Australia.


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Envisioning the future of money

Envisioning the future of money | Work in the Path of the new systems | Scoop.it
Is your organization prepared for the intelligent, autonomous and interconnected future of money?

Via Ferananda
Irene Valdes's insight:

what does a new organization needs in terms of vision in order to go to the future?

more...
Scott A Gibbs's curator insight, January 24, 2014 5:08 PM

So, is innovation in the concept of currency  going to be a disruptive technology?

Ferananda's comment, January 26, 2014 11:18 PM
@ScotT A Gibbs the person I know that explores further how innovation the currency of the future to bring innovation forward is @ingenesist .My thoughts on that is that if we take the metacurrency distinction of what currency is then currencies is a new language, a new expressive capacity for humanity that holds the promise of radical innovation and change. (see the former video on Integral wealth).
june holley's curator insight, July 14, 2014 8:17 AM

Great powerpoint...

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The wild west of work media: A deluge of streamed, unstructured data

The wild west of work media: A deluge of streamed, unstructured data | Work in the Path of the new systems | Scoop.it
As work media -- social media tools designed to get work done -- become more ubiquitous, futurist Stowe Boyd sees an even greater need for well-defined standards that would help companies transport their data out of the current silos.

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Future of Learning Technology – 2015 | Upside Learning Blog

Future of Learning Technology – 2015 | Upside Learning Blog | Work in the Path of the new systems | Scoop.it
The Learning Circuits Big Question this month asks –“What will the workplace learning technology look like in 2015”.

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Career of the Future: Data Scientist [INFOGRAPHIC]

Career of the Future: Data Scientist [INFOGRAPHIC] | Work in the Path of the new systems | Scoop.it
Want a job where the talent is scarce -- and likely to remain that way for at least the next five years? Become a data scientist.

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How Big Business Are Using Coworking Spaces - Business - GOOD

How Big Business Are Using Coworking Spaces - Business - GOOD | Work in the Path of the new systems | Scoop.it
There's a seismic shift in how large companies they are envisioning their own internal real estate. That shift is toward mobility.

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Social Sign-In is Changing Customer and Brand Experience

Social Sign-In is Changing Customer and Brand Experience | Work in the Path of the new systems | Scoop.it
Jamie Beckland joins the Social Pros Podcast to discuss his role at Janrain, a company that is making data actionable through their social sign-in technology and their analytics tools.

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