Presentation: Social Media Developments in the Real-Time Economy (in finnish)


Here is one of my latest presentations delivered at the Real-Time Enterprise Summit 08 held at Finlandia Hall on 6th of October 2008. The presentation is in finnish, but the slides are available in english. This is related to my previous post on real-time economy community.

Video recording synced with slides available here.

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  • ossi

    Hyvä Teemu

  • http://iki.fi/markus.koljonen Markus Koljonen

    I like the question from the audience in the end: Does the human race need to evolve in order to be able to respond to the challenges that development and technology now impose on us?

    I’d like to continue from Teemu’s answer.

    Firstly, I believe that the new practices of networking, information exchange and real-time context-specific action & learning are not a step away from natural human action and thinking. Quite the contrary, they are more _native_ to human action and thinking than is the old-school one-directional, top-down driven action and thinking. Organizations are becoming more like organisms – more like us. I see this as a very welcome direction.

    Secondly, evolution is not only biological but a strongly social phenomenon. Civilisation as we know it is founded on social, not biological advancements. In this sense, yes, as a human race, we need to change and evolve; we need to embrace these new tools and ways of thinking in order to face the challenges posed before us.

    PS. Teemu: The DNA is natively double helix; triple helices are anomalies :)

  • http://tarina.blogging.fi/ Teemu Arina

    Sure, DNA is double helix, but the reference here is to triple helix principle (derived from DNA double helix), which is basically the same thing (public-private-research) but doesn’t include the crowd (the missing link).

    Btw., some biologists think that the concept of evolution should not be used unless it involves genes. The theory of evolution may then not be seen as an universal concept. Well then again, in cultural context the theory of memes uses genes as an analogy for evolution of ideas.