A few moments ago I delivered my presentation entitled “Culture Matters: The cultural requirements for Web 2.0 powered innovation, networking, and collaboration” at Accenture Innovation Forum here in London. I had plenty of time to research, create and cook up new ideas, so the slideshow is almost completely new compared to my earlier work, but I couldn’t resist to put in a few of my favourites.
I also created a 2×2 matrix to explain my strategy for releasing my presentation recordings. I usually use a camcorder with a wireless microphone to record my talks and I make them available in one way or another – even if the talk was complete failure, as illustrated in the chart below:
- Top performance and great ideas
Action: Video goes unedited on the internet. Job done.
- Top performance but boring rambling
Action: If you have less of those great ideas, it helps to drop back to audio form and edit out the parts that are complete nonsense.
- Weary and unanimated performance, but great ideas
Action: Better cut out the boring looks and bad hairday, and just release the audio podcast.
- Weary and unanimated performance combined with boring rambling
Action: If you look bad and the content is from somewhere down under, it’s better just cook up a fantasy of what you thought should have happened, in other words blog about it.
The point is to share, no matter what. We’ll see what I will do with the video recording from this event.