Monthly Archives: December 2009

Top blog posts of 2009: 8 Perspectives on Influence

Other 2009 summary posts Top blog posts of 2009: 6 on Twitter and the media Top blog posts of 2009: Enterprise 2.0 and organizational effectiveness Top blog posts of 2009: The future Top keynote speech presentations/ videos of 2009 And one more summary of my blog posts that have attracted the most interest this year,

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In his excellent book The Meaning of the 21st Century, James Martin asks when in human history you would most like to be alive. For me there is no question that it is now. The coming decade will be the most exciting in human history. The very challenging year of 2009 that we are preparing

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Top keynote speech presentations/ videos of 2009

Other 2009 summary posts Top blog posts of 2009: 6 on Twitter and the media Top blog posts of 2009: Enterprise 2.0 and organizational effectiveness Top blog posts of 2009: The future Fourth in my series of summary blog posts from 2009 is selected presentations and videos from keynote speeches I’ve delivered this year (plus,

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Top blog posts of 2009: The future

Other 2009 summary posts Top blog posts of 2009: 6 on Twitter and the media Top blog posts of 2009: Enterprise 2.0 and organizational effectiveness Top keynote speech presentations/ videos of 2009 Third in my series of my blog posts that have attracted the most interest this year, on the general topic of the future.

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Other 2009 summary posts Top blog posts of 2009: 6 on Twitter and the media Top blog posts of 2009: The future Top keynote speech presentations/ videos of 2009 Continuing my series of my blog posts that have attracted the most interest in 2009, here is my selection of 10 posts on Enterprise 2.0 and

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Top blog posts of 2009: 6 on Twitter and the media

Other 2009 summary posts Top blog posts of 2009: Enterprise 2.0 and organizational effectiveness Top blog posts of 2009: The future Top keynote speech presentations/ videos of 2009 At this time of year it’s good to look back at the blog posts I’ve written and see what is most interesting. Some have got quite a

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The 10 TENsions That Will Define 2010

To anticipate what will shape 2010, we need to understand the TENsions that will define the opening year of the TENsions decade. The TENsions that are most prominent will evolve during the course of the decade. However the accelerating pace of change means that TENsions will inevitably define the decade, in myriad forms. These are

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When I was a child I dreamed of creating an immersive experience of light and images. I put a chair in a cupboard in which I intended to put up lights around me that would create an experience of being in a magical world. Unfortunately the technology I had available wasn’t up to the job.

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I very rarely find the time to write magazine articles, but I was delighted to write the opening feature article for MediaTitles 2010, an annual publication which covers the media and magazine industry. To see the article in the full splendor of the print version, go to the MediaTitles website, which has the full publication

Continue reading Creating the Future of Media: 4 Driving Forces, 4 Strategic Issues, 4 Essential Capabilities

For many years I have believed that our everyday interfaces with computers are deeply limited, and that creating more effective interfaces is central to our future. In my 2002 book Living Networks I selected Interfaces as one of the three key enablers that would bring the networks to life. Pranav Mistry of MIT Media Lab’s

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We have had a fantastic global uptake of the translations of our Social Media Strategy Framework into 12 languages. As such, we intend to translate a lot more of the content created by Advanced Human Technologies and Future Exploration Network, starting with our Enterprise 2.0 Implementation Framework, which plays a central role in my book

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The future of video and man-machine interfaces

The Institute for the Future has shared its Future of Video project using the presentation platform Prezi. This is a great way of giving access to the rich visual frameworks that are the trademark of IFTF – it’s well worth a browse just to see part of what Prezi can do. The presentation wraps up

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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.

Ross is author most recently of Getting Results From Crowds, the prescient Living Networks, which anticipated the social network revolution, the Amazon.com bestseller Developing Knowledge-Based Client Relationships, and Implementing Enterprise 2.0. (click on the links for free chapter downloads). He is based in Sydney and San Francisco with his wife jewellery designer Victoria Buckley and two beautiful young daughters.

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