Wednesday, March 6, 2013 at 2:53AM
The Quantified Enterprise ITSM Weekly Podcast Episode 105
Special Guest: Former host Chris Dancy
- Changing roles – Mark taking over hosting
- Chris in wired.com article and hangout and techcrunch – culmination of last few years of working in and from the future
- MIT not aware of the cutting edge realities of digital connectivity being talked about
- Need mindfulness to deal with frustrations of the real world and to reconnect with humanity
- Have to pay attention. Sometimes you have to listen for people.
- What’s relevant?
- Let’s slow things down
- Complex biological information systems we need to try to understand ourselves
- Looking at evolutionary psychology for next year – see Amber Case
- No power in volume (words)
- Quantified enterprise – people finding it difficult to understand / accept
- The next 7 years is going to freak people out – these new personal skills will be important
- FitBit interesting model for software design – feedback system
- Moved to systems of impermanence
- Attention is not same as respect
- It’s about survival - analysing your own data has gone from luxury to necessity
- Steve Jobs – all about paying attention. Is it possible to will something into existence?
- Things will fail before they succeed - what’s important is to get started
- Christory software??
- Quantification in the Enterprise means starting to analyse metrics not understood before –interacting with people and devices based on location at level one and proximity at level two.
- Level 3 is contextual – Chris’ new slide deck: ‘Mr Jobs I’m ready for my close-up’
- ‘Just in time’ information for the Enterprise – lots of implications
- Next level will bother people – devices linked to you, contextual and bio-chemical systems
- 7 years from now – pick out a team for a project by their traits and biochemistry
- Another example of what we have now - ‘Hello’ from Evernote
- New calendar – Tempo – contextual and interactive
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