Monthly Archives: November 2008

In 1996, when I left the world of corporate employment to do my own thing, I soon realized that not only do you not have anyone organizing a Christmas party for you, you may have no-one or very few people to party with. So together with some of my self-employed and entrepreneurial friends, we decided

Continue reading Celebrate at the 10th Annual Self-Employed and Entrepreneurs Xmas Drinks! Sydney, 16 December

I’m delighted to announce that registrations are open for Enterprise 2.0 Executive Forum 2009 on 24 February – full details on the website. To help you make up your mind early, there are significant discounts for registrations before Christmas, and the first 25 registrations get a free copy of my book Living Networks. Click here

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Design our new logo – get rich and famous!

The existing logo for Advanced Human Technologies was designed in 1997. Not only has the world changed a lot since then, it is now becoming a very different company. It is time for a complete rebranding, starting with the logo, and including a complete redesign of the website, which is also sorely out of date.

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Keynote: The Future of Technology in Aged Care

Last week I gave a keynote speech on The Future of Technology in Aged Care at the Aged Care Association Annual Congress. In this case I wanted to take the audience on a big-picture journey into where aged care is going, which went down very well between the many high-detail presentations at the conference. I

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Extinction analysis and extending the hype cycle

Nick Gall of Gartner writes about our Extinction Timeline, saying (in jest I presume), referring to Gartner’s famed hype cycle: I think we should enter negotiations with the author, Ross Dawson, for adding extinction analysis to hype cycles immediately! Extinction Timeline: what will disappear from our lives before 2050 As it happens, in the wake

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Future of Media Framework adapted into Portuguese

The Future of Media Strategic Framework is still getting plenty of attention 2 1/2 years since it was created – we’re up to around 150,000 downloads and it is still used extensively by companies and consultants in strategy development. I regularly hear new stories of how it’s been used, and I continue to use it

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Oof! Well hopefully my last 13 blog posts as I chaired ONSBCW over the last two days have been useful to people, and not annoyed any faithful readers. Between Jenny Williams on Twitter, myself blogging, and various other people twittering and blogging, we had the event pretty well covered :-). It would have been nice

Continue reading Quick review of Online Social Networking & Business Collaboration World event

I’m at Day Two of Online Social Networking & Business Collaboration World, where I’m chairing the plenary sessions and enterprise streams. Other posts: RIchard Kimber, CEO of Friendster, presentation Rebekah Horne, head of Fox Interactive Media Australia and Europe, presentation Francisco Cordero, GM Australa, Bebo, presentation CEO panel Paul Slakey, Google Enterprise stream – Part

Continue reading Online Social Networking & Business Collaboration World – The Law meets Web 2.0

I’m at Day Two of Online Social Networking & Business Collaboration World, where I’m chairing the plenary sessions and enterprise streams. Other posts: RIchard Kimber, CEO of Friendster, presentation Rebekah Horne, head of Fox Interactive Media Australia and Europe, presentation Francisco Cordero, GM Australa, Bebo, presentation CEO panel Paul Slakey, Google Enterprise stream – Part

Continue reading Online Social Networking & Business Collaboration World – Government stream part 2

I’m at Day Two of Online Social Networking & Business Collaboration World, where I’m chairing the plenary sessions and enterprise streams. Other posts: RIchard Kimber, CEO of Friendster, presentation Rebekah Horne, head of Fox Interactive Media Australia and Europe, presentation Francisco Cordero, GM Australa, Bebo, presentation CEO panel Paul Slakey, Google Enterprise stream – Part

Continue reading Online Social Networking & Business Collaboration World – Government stream

I’m at Day Two of Online Social Networking & Business Collaboration World, where I’m chairing the plenary sessions and enterprise streams. Other posts: RIchard Kimber, CEO of Friendster, presentation Rebekah Horne, head of Fox Interactive Media Australia and Europe, presentation Francisco Cordero, GM Australa, Bebo, presentation CEO panel Paul Slakey, Google Enterprise stream – Part

Continue reading Online Social Networking & Business Collaboration World – Paul Marshall

I’m at Day Two of Online Social Networking & Business Collaboration World, where I’m chairing the plenary sessions and enterprise streams. Other posts: RIchard Kimber, CEO of Friendster, presentation Rebekah Horne, head of Fox Interactive Media Australia and Europe, presentation Francisco Cordero, GM Australa, Bebo, presentation CEO panel Paul Slakey, Google Enterprise stream – Part

Continue reading Online Social Networking & Business Collaboration World – Laurel Papworth

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Ross Dawson is globally recognized as a leading futurist, entrepreneur, keynote speaker, strategy advisor, and bestselling author. He is Founding Chairman of AHT Group, which consists of 3 companies: consulting, publishing, and ventures firm Advanced Human Technologies, future and strategy firm Future Exploration Network, and events company The Insight Exchange.

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