What Do Future Technology and Trends Mean for You?
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- 1.What Do Future Technology and Trends Mean for You? #AFCPE30 November 20, 2013Anne Mims Adrian @aafromaa [email protected] slideshare.net/aafromaa
2. Who is this man? 3. Nick Saban Head Football Coach University of Alabama 4 National Championships 4 SEC Championships Recruitsgreat players 4. Confident Paranoia His great players know that someone can take their place or they can take others places. Individual players continue to improve. Players know complacency will result in a loss of position for themselves and the team. 5. DeadDied from within 6. 2008 Copernicus Survey 7. Good News 2008 Copernicus Survey: Those who have used Cooperative Extension believe Cooperative Extension is valuable.Ask an Expert Survey: Those who asked a question via the web using the Ask an Expert widget were new to Cooperative Extension. 8. MOOCs Massive Open Online Courses 9. What do you see, how do you react, and how do you feel? 10. Democratization and fast flowing information Changed frameworks Behavior change Cultural impacts Opportunities Changes in privacy Concerns of reliability Overwhelming amount of information 11. Changed FrameworksDemocratized accountability Wirearchy not hierarchy No one is in charge Every tribe (community) is a channel Communities form and flow with shared interests and passions 12. Changes is Behavior and Expectations 13. Cultural Impacts 14. Opportunities Greater diversity in thought Creativity and innovation Empowerment Increased effectiveness (being able sense trends and assess needs sooner) Greater reach Impacting in areas we have not before Increasing capacity 15. Concerns Privacy 16. Information Overload Confirming Reliability 17. New growth to blooming to flourishing MOOCs Open Access Classes Blended learning models Mobile Computing Open Research Streaming TV (Netflix, Google, & Apple) Geolocation products (Driverless cars, geo-targeting marketing) Wearable computing (Google Glass & fitness bands) 18. Being challenged Newspapers K-12 Education Higher Education Land lines Cable TV 19. Trust Being embedded and in the flow Building relationships Consistent open sharing Consistent finding value in others Consistent providing value 20. Closed Mixed Closed vs Open apps Access closed/open AccessMore open to Open AccessEmailFacebook, LinkedIn, Google +, FoursquareTwitter, Yelp, PinterestIntranetsDropbox, BoxTumblr, Scoop.it StorifyMS Word DocsGoogle DocsSlideshareMost research journalsMost blogging appsOpen access journals Wikipedia 21. Closed Mixed Closed closed/open vs Open appsMore open to OpenEmailFacebook, LinkedIn, Google +, FoursquareTwitter, Yelp, PinterestIntranetsDropbox, BoxTumblr, Scoop.it StorifyCan Googlelearn and share in the Can we learn and share in the we Docs Slideshare open? open?MS Word Docs Most research journalsMost blogging appsOpen access journals Wikipedia 22. Skills needed in Cooperative Extension Able to think critically, analyze, provide insight, and relay understanding in contextual ways (e.g. sense-making and curation). Be adept in new media. Collaborate virtually. Work in and cross disciplines - understand and developing skills and knowledge in a range of subjects. 23. Skills needed in Cooperative Extension Think and respond quick-novel and adaptive ways. Read social clues and respond. Be socially savvy online and off line (social Intelligence). Have a design mindset. Have cross-cultural competency. Think computationally and understand vast amount of data. 24. As an organization, what should Cooperative Extension look like? Amplify without a bull horn effect. Respond to changing landscapes. Keep and hire life long learners. Develop systems for constant skill renewal. Develop content that is sharable and open. 25. As an organization, what should Cooperative Extension look like? Identify critical skills to select and develop talent. Build a structure that is flexible for disruptions. Collaborate inside and outside the organization. Meet complex problems with flexible processes (logic model does not work in these situations). Stop using language that shows we dont understand. 26. Referencess 1 of 2 pages Photo credits are in the notes of each slide. Resources for this presentation came from the following works Institute of the Future 2020 Skills for Knowledge Workers http://www.iftf.org/our-work/global-landscape/work/future-work-skills-2020/ Realiging Human Organization: A toolkit for making the future http://www.iftf.org/uploads/media/IFTF_FutureofCoordination_Toolkit_SR-1553.pdf Cooperative Extension Brand Survey ExtBrandValue_2-16-10.pdf Ask an Expert User Survey http://about.extension.org/2013/06/30/ask-an-expert-evaluation-and-impact-data/ 27. References 2 of 2 pages The state of the news media 2013 http://stateofthemedia.org/2013/overview-5/ Harold Jarche http://www.jarche.com/ Jon Husband http://wirearchy.com/ Beth Kanters The 4 Cs Framework of Social Media http:// beth.typepad.com/beths_blog/2009/07/guest-post-by-gaurav-mishra-the-4cs-social-media-framework.htmlThe Impact of Social Networks on Behavioral Change: A Conceptual Framework http://www.wrbrpapers.com/static/documents/March/2012/7.%20Nergis.pdf 28. What Do Future Technology and Trends Mean for You? #AFCPE30 November 20, 2013Anne Mims Adrian @aafromaa [email protected] slideshare.net/aafromaa Creative Commons License What Do Future Technology and Trends Mean for You? by Anne Mims Adrian is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 3.0 Unported License.