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@EskoKilpi
1
designing post-industrial work
2
the big shifts
3
value grows from values
4
profit over purpose
purpose over profit
5
from asymmetric to symmetric
relations
6
redesigning the old
7
growth
productivity
meaning of work
8
growth
9
from growing what you have to
growing what you can do
10
from supply side scaling up to
demand side network effects
11
from making things to
connecting things
12
productivity
13
not doing more with less
14
productivity is about creating
more value
15
the word productivity equals the
word learning
16
meaning of work
why work?
17
work is not a task or a role
work is a relationship
18
meaningful things
with meaningful people
in meaningful ways
19
work is interaction between
interdependent people
20
designing the new
21
platforms
algorithms
contextuality
22
platforms
23
platforms as the new commons
24
what assets were for the industrial
firm, network effects are for the
post-industrial platforms
25
from transaction costs to
network effects
26
from just scaling up
to scale and scope
27
algorithms
28
the biggest democratization of
productive capacity human beings
have ever encountered
29
automation is not the first phase of
the post-industrial era but the last of
the industrial
30
augmenting human cognitive
capability is the first
31
natural language interfaces
agent based systems as the next OS
32
new systems of distributed trust
changing government and politics?
blockchain?
33
contextuality
34
there are many problems
without mass solutions
35
post-industrial work starts with
context specific interaction
36
this is why conversational
commerce is so important
37
industrial work created products.
post-industrial work creates
customers
38
what could be the total opposite
of industrialism?
39
unique time and place
process as product
40
work is solving problems
41
defining the problem
solving the problem
scaling up the solution
42
learning is asking questions
43
what kind of problems do you
solve?
what kind of questions do you ask?
44
the industrial era was about reducing
choices. the post-industrial is about
an ontological expansion
45
the platform economy
the algorithmic economy
the interactive economy
46
www.kilpi.fi
47
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Esko Kilpi- Challenging Our Traditional Beliefs About Business and Work

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The words of business adn work is at a pivotal moment of change: we finally uderstand that post-industrial work IS interaction. The relational view is a new conceptualization of work, and is opening up new opportunities: it is time to change the focus from creating jobs to creating customers — in new, innovative and interactive ways.

To quote Max Planck: “If you change the way you look at things, the things that you look at change.”

We need to challenge our beliefs in work and business.

http://ouisharefest.com

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Esko Kilpi- Challenging Our Traditional Beliefs About Business and Work

  1. 1. @EskoKilpi 1
  2. 2. designing post-industrial work 2
  3. 3. the big shifts 3
  4. 4. value grows from values 4
  5. 5. profit over purpose purpose over profit 5
  6. 6. from asymmetric to symmetric relations 6
  7. 7. redesigning the old 7
  8. 8. growth productivity meaning of work 8
  9. 9. growth 9
  10. 10. from growing what you have to growing what you can do 10
  11. 11. from supply side scaling up to demand side network effects 11
  12. 12. from making things to connecting things 12
  13. 13. productivity 13
  14. 14. not doing more with less 14
  15. 15. productivity is about creating more value 15
  16. 16. the word productivity equals the word learning 16
  17. 17. meaning of work why work? 17
  18. 18. work is not a task or a role work is a relationship 18
  19. 19. meaningful things with meaningful people in meaningful ways 19
  20. 20. work is interaction between interdependent people 20
  21. 21. designing the new 21
  22. 22. platforms algorithms contextuality 22
  23. 23. platforms 23
  24. 24. platforms as the new commons 24
  25. 25. what assets were for the industrial firm, network effects are for the post-industrial platforms 25
  26. 26. from transaction costs to network effects 26
  27. 27. from just scaling up to scale and scope 27
  28. 28. algorithms 28
  29. 29. the biggest democratization of productive capacity human beings have ever encountered 29
  30. 30. automation is not the first phase of the post-industrial era but the last of the industrial 30
  31. 31. augmenting human cognitive capability is the first 31
  32. 32. natural language interfaces agent based systems as the next OS 32
  33. 33. new systems of distributed trust changing government and politics? blockchain? 33
  34. 34. contextuality 34
  35. 35. there are many problems without mass solutions 35
  36. 36. post-industrial work starts with context specific interaction 36
  37. 37. this is why conversational commerce is so important 37
  38. 38. industrial work created products. post-industrial work creates customers 38
  39. 39. what could be the total opposite of industrialism? 39
  40. 40. unique time and place process as product 40
  41. 41. work is solving problems 41
  42. 42. defining the problem solving the problem scaling up the solution 42
  43. 43. learning is asking questions 43
  44. 44. what kind of problems do you solve? what kind of questions do you ask? 44
  45. 45. the industrial era was about reducing choices. the post-industrial is about an ontological expansion 45
  46. 46. the platform economy the algorithmic economy the interactive economy 46
  47. 47. www.kilpi.fi 47

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