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The Future of Work: How to Unleash Your Inner Startup and Drive Continual Innovation

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In our latest Leadership Series Web Seminar, Lane Becker - entrepreneur and co-author of New York Times bestseller "Get Lucky" - explores the secret formula behind the world's most successful organizations: "planned serendipity." Learn how to guarantee startup-like success for your business, over and over again.

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The Future of Work: How to Unleash Your Inner Startup and Drive Continual Innovation

  1. 1. The social way to improve performance at work
  2. 2. The Future of Work: How to Unleash Your Inner Startup and Drive Continual Innovation Featured Speaker: Lane Becker Live: June 12 @ 11:00 am PST Continue the conversation! @Rypple #futureofwork #GetLucky
  3. 3. Your Panelists for Today Your Host Our Guest Nick Stein Lane Becker Co-Founder of Get Satisfaction Director of Content & Media Author of New York Times best Rypple seller “Get Lucky” @stein_nick @getsatisfac tion
  4. 4. Ten Year Computing Cycles 10X more users with each cycle 2010 s Social 2000 s Mobile Revolution 1990 s Cloud 1980 s Desktop Computing Client/Server Cloud 1970 s Mini Computing Computing 1960 s Computing Mainframe Computing Data Business Process Web Mobile Social Management Logic Apps Automation Apps Apps Apps Apps Apps
  5. 5. The Social Revolution Transformed the Way We Live
  6. 6. Now Social is Transforming the Way We Work From Batchto Real Time From Seniorityto Influence From Hierarchy to Network CC Evan Leeson http://www.flickr.com/photos/ecstaticist/1340787730/
  7. 7. Social Revolution: Social Eats the Web Social Network Usage Rest of the Web Usage 8 hours per month on social media 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 Source: Comscore, “Top 10 Need-to-Knows About Social Networking and Where It’s Headed” December 2011
  8. 8. But… Traditional HR Tools & Processes Weren’t Designed For The Social Enterprise Top-Down & Disconnected Demographic Shifts Outdated Science Not Engaging
  9. 9. It’s Time to Bring the Social Enterprise to Work Social Transparent Real-Time Bottom-up, not top down Performance, not politics Not once a year The greatest threat to your company’s long-term performance is your management model. - Gary Hamel “What Matters Now”
  10. 10. Rypple is Social Performance Management Continuous Real-Time Coaching Feedback Help people Increase the achieve their frequency of goals feedback loops Meaningful Recognition Thank people for the great work they do
  11. 11. The Future of Work: How to Unleash Your Inner Startup and Drive Continual Innovation Featured Speaker:Lane Becker Co-Founder of Get Satisfaction Author of New York Times best seller “Get Lucky” Continue the conversation! @Rypple #futureofwork #GetLucky
  12. 12. Mark your calendars… Intro to Rypple Learn more about how you can engage, retain and align your people. Featured Speaker: Erin Clark When: Wednesday, June 20th @ 3pm ET Positive Intelligence For Your Sales Team Featured Speaker: Shirzad Chamine When: Tuesday, July 24 @ 2:00pm ET
  13. 13. Thank You

Editor's Notes

  • Our industry is constantly shifting, and that shift continues today.We have seen the industry change from mainframe computing and mini-computing in the 60’s and 70’s, to client server and desktop cloud computing in the 80’s and 90’s. In the 2000’s, Steve Jobs led the shift with iPhones and iPads to mobile cloud computing.Now we’re in the middle of a major shift in computing. We call it the Social Revolution.Visionaries like Mark Zuckerberg at Facebook and Jack Dorsey at Twitter are leading this shift to social. The enterprise computing world needs to change and transform as well.
  • This social revolution is different than other industry shifts. The social revolution, which is going faster and broader and bigger than anything we've ever had, is different is because it's bleeding into our society.  We saw it start to really happen about eighteen months ago with Arab Spring. We saw this shift happening in the Middle East. We saw this Google employee, WaelGhonim, say: "All Egyptians come home" on Twitter. And we saw the fall of a government.We saw amazing things happen when a Canadian foundation took a picture of the Wall Street bull and put a ballet dancer on it and put a hash tag underneath it: "Occupy Wall Street." We saw something spectacular that business had never seen when a nineteen-year-old nanny named Molly Katchpole said to the Bank of America: "I'm not going to pay these fees.”And when you look atthe Middle East, we never saw signs like this before: "Thank you, Facebook." There were no signs that said, "Thank you, IBM" or "Thank you, Microsoft." Right? This is a bleed into the industry that we've never seen. Time Magazine said the protestor is the man or woman of the year. But it's not just the protestor: it's the protestor with that mobile device and with the social networking that's connecting them to making all of this happen.
  • Social Media has changed people’s lives and shifted time away from traditional media. The Facebook generation lives in social medial and they expect these technologies when they come to work. If you don’t deliver it for them, you won’t be able to keep them. They expect to be able to connect and share and collaborate with business colleagues like they do at home. Except, instead of sharing photos and videos, they are sharing business files and agendas.
  • If work is social -- if working together, fundamentally, is a social activity, then why can't our HR applications be social? Why can't our HR applications be as collaborative, engaging and transparent as the social apps we use everyday in our personal lives? If we could do that, we could take HR applications from being systems that just tracked employee information to being weapons to really transform our cultures and take our performance to a new level.
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