Scene setting keynote introduction for Enterprise Digital Summit London on 24 October 2016 at the British Academy. This session framed the current digital landscape, discussing the incredible rate of change, the digital enterprise wave, the importance of Enterprise Social Networks as a foundation for transformation, technology bad, good and exciting, and positioning the culture and network centric leadership required for today's landscape. It set the scene for Chris Fussell's session on the shift from command and control to network centric team based management (co-author of the Team of Teams book), then Dr David Wilkinson's session on the neuroscience behind the shift to an agile thinking mindset, and then Jenni Lloyd's session on purpose and the emotional intelligence required to create a connected organisation.
From Framing the Mindset to Distributing Digital Patterns
From Framing the Mindset to
Distributing the Digital Patterns
Enterprise Digital Summit – London | 24 November 2016
David Terrar | Founder & CXO – Agile Elephant | @DT on Twitter
innovation | digital transformation | value creation | (r)evolution
• Digital patterns
• Reset – where are we?
• Framing the mindset
“The illiterate of the 21st century will
not be those who cannot read and write,
but those who cannot learn, unlearn,
and relearn. ”
volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous
Forums – Usenet in the 70s, web based forums & bulletin board services start ‘94 – online journals ‘94
1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015
Being Digital – Nicholas Negroponte – moving atoms to bits – published Jan ‘95
Wikis – Ward Cunningham installs first wiki Mar ‘95
Blogging – term “weblog” John Barger Dec ’97, “blog” used as noun and verb Peter Merholz Apr ‘99
Wikipedia – opens Jan ‘01
WordPress – first released May ‘03
LinkedIn – launches May ‘03
Flickr – launches Feb ‘04, acquired by Yahoo Mar ‘05
Facebook – launches Feb ‘04
iPhone – announced Jan ‘07, available Jun ‘07
iPad – launches Apr ‘10
Twitter – 1st tweet Mar ‘06, SXSW Mar ’07, Apr ‘07
Instagram – Oct ‘10
Snapchat – Jul ‘11
Tumblr – Feb ’07
WhatsApp – Feb ‘09
Pinterest – Mar ‘10
20 years of a World Gone Digital
The development of social media,
social networks and
YouTube – launches Feb ’05, acquired by Google Oct ‘06
Skype – launches Aug ’03, acquired by eBay ‘05, Microsoft May ‘11
• Disruption is real – nearly half of all business leaders (44%)
think their existing business models will cease to exist within
the next five years.
• It’s happening quickly – half of all organisations think that
their industry will be disrupted within the next two years.
• Taking action is the only option – yet almost half (46%) of
business decision makers think their senior leadership are
unwilling to disrupt their existing businesses in order to grow
and compete more in the future.
1. Collaboration & social usages are increasing : + 15 % in 2015 vs 2014
2. Managers have a significant level of awareness of digital
transformation benefits & risks but still lack of practice
3. Digital Leaders are engaged in a sustainable way: they represent
a new asset for companies
4. Social Usages are developing at the heart of the value chain
Lecko research – key findings
Enabling Digital Transformation at Scale Using Online Community
Your Business and
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The Eleven "Rules of the Garage"
1. Believe you can change the world.
2. Work quickly, keep the tools unlocked, work whenever.
3. Know when to work alone and when to work together.
4. Share tools, ideas. Trust your colleagues.
5. No Politics. No bureaucracy. (These are ridiculous in a garage.)
6. The customer defines a job well done.
7. Radical ideas are not bad ideas.
8. Invent different ways of working.
9. Make a contribution every day; if it doesn’t contribute, it doesn’t leave the garage.
10. Believe that together we can do anything.
Articulated in 1999 by then HP CEO Carly Fiorina