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Dion Hinchcliffe
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Nice night time photo of this famous landmark I took in Paris this week.
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How should we design our enterprises for the near future? I explore the topic of how to adapt our organizations to today's technological and network realities at Intersection 2014 this week in Paris. My keynote deck I used this morning...

http://www.slideshare.net/dhinchcliffe/social-enterprise-by-design-intersection-conference-2014-keynote-by-dion-hinchcliffe
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Updated from ‪#‎WTF‬, The Wheel of Disruption for 2014-2015.
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I've been thinking lately... it's clear that the future is pulling away from our organizations as the rate of external change, frequently led by technology, is now happening considerably faster than our organizations can absorb.

What can we do about this? What should we do about it?

http://adjuvi.com/rethinking-how-we-transform-our-organizations-for-the-future/
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Great post! More disenfranhised employees are now beginning to understand the dimension of disruption. I fear a whole generation will be displaced and replaced only by the next generation fortunate to be educated to meet the challenge.
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The C-suite continues to shift as technology gets more and more pervasive. While I see that most CMOs and CIOs actually get along, the blur and overlap in their responsibilities as mobile, cloud, social, and consumerization take hold is making it interesting. This is particularly the case as CMO budgets grow faster than IT's, as marketers start making major strategic technology investments.
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Yep, maps are powerful and visceral ways of depicting ideas and models.
 
Why Map?
In comparison to box and wire diagrams (IT system diagrams, business process maps etc) then ...
In comparison to box and wire diagrams (IT system diagrams, business process maps etc) then ...
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"How Pinterest started" as told by +Ben Silbermann at Startup Grind (http://bit.ly/1gDnJzm) by +Anna Vital.
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I put down some of my latest thoughts yesterday on how to use the newest technologies for collaboration to improve how we work in ways that really matter...

http://adjuvi.com/how-to-improve-global-workforce-collaboration/
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I was poking around Stowe Boyd's new Future of Work community and left a comment. I then turned it into a full blown blog post trying to get my arms around the full scope of how work is changing today: http://dionhinchcliffe.com/2014/03/27/what-is-the-future-of-work/
Much has been made recently about one of the stand out trends of the times we live in: Everything is becoming infused with technology. Software is eating the world it is said. Some have claimed tha...
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+Simon Terry  +Dion Hinchcliffe  +Stowe Boyd  What needs to be understood is the Future of Work is not about 'new transformative (information) technologies.'  

Vague platitudes on 'new modes of management' don't cut it either, sorry.

The Establishment punditry has been focused for  decades on IT and enterprise. Well, the FoW will not be defined by IT or enterprise.

Look, saying the same thing over and over and over <yawn> will not make it true. The Information Era/Age/Revolution is over, done, fini, concluded.

Look, 'new transformative technologies' in mechanical energy may advance Industrial Era concepts, but they do not define the future.  Same for 'new transformative technologies' in information do not define the future. NewsFlash: Those 'Revolutions' are over. We won. Innovation will be continuous, but the future is not!  

Let's move on. More IT/enterprise hubris means nothing to the authentic future-of-work.

Nostalgic establishment pundits need to must travel outside their comfort zone. Talk to anthropologists, sociologists, clergy, biologist, teenagers, fiction authors, etc., not exclusively your IT-vendor and enterprise CIO masters. 

Furthermore,  it makes no sense to attack or dismiss the FoW iconoclasts, but we expect it will happen, and we are prepared. 

With respect to online discussions on FoW, it is key to avoid logically fallacies, especially, argumentum ad populum.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Argumentum_ad_populum 

Here are the other big offenders.

http://colabria.com/the-many-commandments-of-social-media-argumentation/
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I finally got a chance recently to explore how the top IT role in our organizations is bring reshaped by the growing urgency of digital business transformation, along with a host of related pressures... cloud, big data, social, mobile, and better customer engagement, etc.

http://www.zdnet.com/the-new-cio-mandate-7000024851/

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  • Adjuvi
    Chief Strategy Officer, 2014 - present
    I conduct market-making research on the strategic intersection of technology and business. This includes developing thought leadership to help guide executives on their journey to update their organizations for the 21st century. I speak, lecture, and deliver workshops around the world on high impact topics related to Adjuvi's change and performance management business for digital/social, including workforce collaboration, social business, digital business models, Internet ecosystems, and the future of work. Finally, and most importantly, I consult and advise directly with senior executives at client firms in North America, Europe, and Asia to connect the latest advances and ideas to their business to drive high impact results. Responsible for making the market in social business change and performance management for Adjuvi, as well driving business development for the consulting line of business.
  • Dachis Group
    Chief Strategy Officer, 2012 - 2014
  • Dachis Group
    Executive Vice President, 2010 - 2013
  • Hinchcliffe & Company
    CTO, 2006 - 2010
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Dion is an internationally recognized business strategist and enterprise architect who works hands-on with clients in the Fortune 500, federal government, and Internet startup community. A founding member of the Enterprise Irregulars, Dion helps lead the industry by evolving the thinking for next-generation businesses in various social media including ZDNet's influential Enterprise Web 2.0 Blog, On Web Strategy, InformationWeek, and ebizQ's Next-Generation Enterprises. He is extensively published in leading industry periodicals and journals including the Microsoft Architecture Journal, AjaxWorld Magazine, SOA/Web Services Journal, and was founding Editor-in-Chief of Social Computing Journal. His thought leading work has been covered in BusinessWeek, The Wall Street Journal, CNET News, Wired Magazine, CIO Magazine, and many other well-known periodicals.

In addition to helping companies deliver effective Web 2.0 and Enterprise 2.0 solutions as the Chief Strategy Officer of the Dachis Group, Dion is also is a regular keynote speaker on the topics of business strategy, customer engagement, Web 2.0, SOA, and Enterprise 2.0 and has presented or keynoted at Web 2.0 Expo, CeBIT, Business Integration Forum, Interop, JavaOne, SOA Web Services Edge, Enterprise 2.0 Conference, Office 2.0, and many other major business and software conferences. He has also been instrumental in pioneering ideas around next-generation SOA and Product Development 2.0, with many of those ideas being shared in his blog on Musings and Ruminations on Building Great Systems

He can be reached at dion.hinchcliffe@dachisgroup.com or on Twitter.

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