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The Future of
Project Leadership
▪ Futurist
▪ Strategy advisor
▪ Author
@rossdawson
Living in the future
Now and Zen
Everything a project
Finite players play within boundaries
Infinite players play with boundaries
- James Carse
Acceleration
Leadership
Structure
Work
Organisations
Expectations
Capabilities
Acceleration
Consistent exponential growth
Everyone and everything connected
Image: Mark Pegrum
Acceleration
Vibration
Water levels
Leaks
Acoustic/Ultrasound
Light
Solar intensity
Chemical/Gas
Odour
...
Beating humans
Machines teach themselves
Source: Electronic Frontier Foundation
Always getting better
A voracious appetite for data
Source: EasySolutions
The next interface beyond smartphones
Using our thoughts to control the world
Expectations
We
expect
more
Excellence
Image: Dennis Yang
Flexibility
Sustainability
Image: NASA
Accounting for externalities
Transparency and accountability
Structure
Brain Internet
Applications
Organisations Industries
Proteins Actors
Society
PoliticsContagion
Networks everywhere
“Ranked by market value, 60 of the
world’s 100 largest corporations
earn at least half of their revenue
from platform mark...
enable
value-creating interactions
between
external
producers and consumers,
based on an
open infrastructure
and
governanc...
The many layers of platforms
Technology standards
City-as-Platform
Company-as-Platform
Platform business models
Government...
Value is created across ecosystems
Complex emergent patterns
The M2M economy
Credit: Commonwealth Bank
Emergent behaviours
Work
Continuous job destruction and creation
Work can be done anywhere
The rise of virtual organisations
Automating manual tasks
Expertise
Creativity
Image: ^rika^
Relationships
Organisations
Human and machines together
Source: StitchFix
Bounded Unbounded
Organisations are networks
Innovation across boundaries
Fluid roles and work
Capabilities
Image: Guido Heltko
Diverse thinking
Leading distributed teams
Data strategies and governance
Cognitive offloading
Leading change
Distributed reputation and credentials
Leadership
The only way
you can control your destiny
is to be more flexible
than your environment
- The Law of Requisite Variety
In the present, facing the future
Hearing the call to the hero’s journey
Acceleration
Leadership
Structure
Work
Organisations
Expectations
Capabilities
Project leaders at the heart of the future
Keynote slides: The Future of Project Management
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Keynote slides: The Future of Project Management

  1. 1. The Future of Project Leadership ▪ Futurist ▪ Strategy advisor ▪ Author @rossdawson
  2. 2. Living in the future
  3. 3. Now and Zen
  4. 4. Everything a project
  5. 5. Finite players play within boundaries Infinite players play with boundaries - James Carse
  6. 6. Acceleration Leadership Structure Work Organisations Expectations Capabilities
  7. 7. Acceleration
  8. 8. Consistent exponential growth
  9. 9. Everyone and everything connected
  10. 10. Image: Mark Pegrum Acceleration Vibration Water levels Leaks Acoustic/Ultrasound Light Solar intensity Chemical/Gas Odour Pollution Motion/Velocity/Displacement Electric Magnetic Position Biological process Proximity Flow Pressure Force/Strain/Load/Torque Temperature Humidity/Moisture Air pressure Sensors everywhere
  11. 11. Beating humans
  12. 12. Machines teach themselves
  13. 13. Source: Electronic Frontier Foundation Always getting better
  14. 14. A voracious appetite for data Source: EasySolutions
  15. 15. The next interface beyond smartphones
  16. 16. Using our thoughts to control the world
  17. 17. Expectations
  18. 18. We expect more
  19. 19. Excellence
  20. 20. Image: Dennis Yang Flexibility
  21. 21. Sustainability Image: NASA
  22. 22. Accounting for externalities
  23. 23. Transparency and accountability
  24. 24. Structure
  25. 25. Brain Internet Applications Organisations Industries Proteins Actors Society PoliticsContagion Networks everywhere
  26. 26. “Ranked by market value, 60 of the world’s 100 largest corporations earn at least half of their revenue from platform markets” - Prof. Thomas Eisenmann, Harvard Business School
  27. 27. enable value-creating interactions between external producers and consumers, based on an open infrastructure and governance structures Adapted from: Platform Revolution, Parker, van Alstyne and Choudhary Platforms
  28. 28. The many layers of platforms Technology standards City-as-Platform Company-as-Platform Platform business models Government-as-Platform Social platforms Technology platforms
  29. 29. Value is created across ecosystems
  30. 30. Complex emergent patterns
  31. 31. The M2M economy Credit: Commonwealth Bank
  32. 32. Emergent behaviours
  33. 33. Work
  34. 34. Continuous job destruction and creation
  35. 35. Work can be done anywhere
  36. 36. The rise of virtual organisations
  37. 37. Automating manual tasks
  38. 38. Expertise
  39. 39. Creativity
  40. 40. Image: ^rika^ Relationships
  41. 41. Organisations
  42. 42. Human and machines together Source: StitchFix
  43. 43. Bounded Unbounded Organisations are networks
  44. 44. Innovation across boundaries
  45. 45. Fluid roles and work
  46. 46. Capabilities
  47. 47. Image: Guido Heltko Diverse thinking
  48. 48. Leading distributed teams
  49. 49. Data strategies and governance
  50. 50. Cognitive offloading
  51. 51. Leading change
  52. 52. Distributed reputation and credentials
  53. 53. Leadership
  54. 54. The only way you can control your destiny is to be more flexible than your environment - The Law of Requisite Variety
  55. 55. In the present, facing the future
  56. 56. Hearing the call to the hero’s journey
  57. 57. Acceleration Leadership Structure Work Organisations Expectations Capabilities
  58. 58. Project leaders at the heart of the future

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