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‘Era of transition’Disrupt or be disruptedTony	  Bosma:	  Futurist	  /	  Trendwatcher	  /	  Extend	  Limits	  /	  www.exte...
Wedo not seethingsas theyare, we seethings asweare (source: Anais Nin)
Transition
The riseof a circular and meaningfuleconomypowered by a differentmindset
Technology and the network make the transition tobecome adaptive towards humans
TransparencyTransrealityUrbanizationInnovating to ZeroDiffusion of PowerSharing economyMore with lessRise of roboticsFast ...
Organizations which are able to connectwith society will be the winners oftomorrow
Not a ‘zeitgeist’ of change but achange of ‘zeitgeist’
Resilience and circular
The future is bright if we look at it from adifferent perspective
We miss the big picture(source: Ray Kurzweil 2010)
Right here, right nowTheres no other place that Id rather beRight here, right nowWatching the world wake up from history
The changes we are undergoing are soprofound that they are impacting thefundamentals of life (Alvin Toffler, 2009)
Redefinition
Create new institutions/modelsChange the rulesDoing only goodCircular and resilienceAdress the system thatcreates the prob...
The only sustainablegrowth will come fromredefiningyour world
Meaningful and Circular economy
With peoplePreventiveOpen / accessibleAd hoc realtimeHumanAccessFor peopleReactivePrivacy / closedLoyaltySystemOwnership
to knowledgeto communicationto technologyto funding
People expect too muchin 1year,and not enough in 10years
Shanghai
ShanghaiShanghai
ShanghaiShanghaiDubai
ShanghaiShanghaiDubaiDubai
ShanghaiShanghaiDubaiDubaiBangkok
ShanghaiShanghaiDubaiDubaiBangkokBangkok
World population: 6.071 billion (source: United Nations)6.933 billionInternet users (worldwide): 361 million(source: Inter...
People killed by natural disaster: 17.000 (Source: Swiss Reinsurance company)260.000Economic loss from natural disasters: ...
2010: 1,9 billion people(Source: United Nations)2020: 5 billionpeople2010: 575 millioncomputers (Source: United Nations)20...
2007: 500 million internet-connected devices - about 1 for every 20people on the planet2010, 35billion, or about 5per pers...
Singularity
Merge of humans andtechnology
We now relyon "external brains"(cell phones and computers) tocommunicate, remember, even live outsecondarylives (bron: Amb...
In Brazil and India, machines are starting to do primary care, becausethere’s no labor to do it. They may be better than d...
In Brazil and India, machines are starting to do primary care, becausethere’s no labor to do it. They may be better than d...
In Brazil and India, machines are starting to do primary care, becausethere’s no labor to do it. They may be better than d...
Humans are facing the prospect of being completelyout-competedby their owncreations
No, grandma...listen,double-click theChrome Icon
No, grandma...listen,double-click theChrome Icon
No, grandma...listen,double-click theChrome Icon
No, grandma...listen,double-click theChrome Icon
No, grandma...listen,double-click theChrome Icon
No, grandma...listen,double-click theChrome Icon
No, grandma...listen,double-click theChrome Icon
No, grandma...listen,double-click theChrome Icon
Our biggest challenge is nottechnological,it is to use technology infavor off all human kind
It is about connect the seamlesslyunconnected events in the world to get aview on what is happening
Maker revolution
Ubiquitous network
Rise of robotics
Rise of the sharing economy
Innovating to zero
GM recycles about 90 percent of itsmanufacturing waste.
GM recycles about 90 percent of itsmanufacturing waste.
GM recycles about 90 percent of itsmanufacturing waste.
GM recycles about 90 percent of itsmanufacturing waste.
Life begins at the endof your comfortzone (NealeWealsh)
You will only make a difference bydoing not by saying!
Interested	  in	  a	  keynote,	  contact	  me!Tony	  Bosma	  Trendwatcher/Futurist+31	  6	  -­‐	  290	  813	  52tony@exten...
Era of transition 2013 example slidedeck Tony Bosma
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Era of transition 2013 example slidedeck Tony Bosma
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Era of transition 2013 example slidedeck Tony Bosma
Era of transition 2013 example slidedeck Tony Bosma
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Era of transition 2013 example slidedeck Tony Bosma
Era of transition 2013 example slidedeck Tony Bosma
Era of transition 2013 example slidedeck Tony Bosma
Era of transition 2013 example slidedeck Tony Bosma
Era of transition 2013 example slidedeck Tony Bosma
Era of transition 2013 example slidedeck Tony Bosma
Era of transition 2013 example slidedeck Tony Bosma
Era of transition 2013 example slidedeck Tony Bosma
Era of transition 2013 example slidedeck Tony Bosma
Era of transition 2013 example slidedeck Tony Bosma
Era of transition 2013 example slidedeck Tony Bosma
Era of transition 2013 example slidedeck Tony Bosma
Era of transition 2013 example slidedeck Tony Bosma
Era of transition 2013 example slidedeck Tony Bosma
Era of transition 2013 example slidedeck Tony Bosma
Era of transition 2013 example slidedeck Tony Bosma
Era of transition 2013 example slidedeck Tony Bosma
Era of transition 2013 example slidedeck Tony Bosma
Era of transition 2013 example slidedeck Tony Bosma
Era of transition 2013 example slidedeck Tony Bosma
Era of transition 2013 example slidedeck Tony Bosma
Era of transition 2013 example slidedeck Tony Bosma
Era of transition 2013 example slidedeck Tony Bosma
Era of transition 2013 example slidedeck Tony Bosma
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Era of transition 2013 example slidedeck Tony Bosma
Era of transition 2013 example slidedeck Tony Bosma
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  1. 1. ‘Era of transition’Disrupt or be disruptedTony  Bosma:  Futurist  /  Trendwatcher  /  Extend  Limits  /  www.extendlimits.nl  /  twi;er:@tonybosma  /  (+31)  06-­‐29081352Example slidedeck futurist / trendwatcher Tony Bosma
  2. 2. Wedo not seethingsas theyare, we seethings asweare (source: Anais Nin)
  3. 3. Transition
  4. 4. The riseof a circular and meaningfuleconomypowered by a differentmindset
  5. 5. Technology and the network make the transition tobecome adaptive towards humans
  6. 6. TransparencyTransrealityUrbanizationInnovating to ZeroDiffusion of PowerSharing economyMore with lessRise of roboticsFast tech - slowlife
  7. 7. Organizations which are able to connectwith society will be the winners oftomorrow
  8. 8. Not a ‘zeitgeist’ of change but achange of ‘zeitgeist’
  9. 9. Resilience and circular
  10. 10. The future is bright if we look at it from adifferent perspective
  11. 11. We miss the big picture(source: Ray Kurzweil 2010)
  12. 12. Right here, right nowTheres no other place that Id rather beRight here, right nowWatching the world wake up from history
  13. 13. The changes we are undergoing are soprofound that they are impacting thefundamentals of life (Alvin Toffler, 2009)
  14. 14. Redefinition
  15. 15. Create new institutions/modelsChange the rulesDoing only goodCircular and resilienceAdress the system thatcreates the problemsSave the worldBe exception to therulesDoing less badSustainabilityFix specific problems(hunger, climate change...)
  16. 16. The only sustainablegrowth will come fromredefiningyour world
  17. 17. Meaningful and Circular economy
  18. 18. With peoplePreventiveOpen / accessibleAd hoc realtimeHumanAccessFor peopleReactivePrivacy / closedLoyaltySystemOwnership
  19. 19. to knowledgeto communicationto technologyto funding
  20. 20. People expect too muchin 1year,and not enough in 10years
  21. 21. Shanghai
  22. 22. ShanghaiShanghai
  23. 23. ShanghaiShanghaiDubai
  24. 24. ShanghaiShanghaiDubaiDubai
  25. 25. ShanghaiShanghaiDubaiDubaiBangkok
  26. 26. ShanghaiShanghaiDubaiDubaiBangkokBangkok
  27. 27. World population: 6.071 billion (source: United Nations)6.933 billionInternet users (worldwide): 361 million(source: Internet world stats)1.96 billionMobile subscriptions: 719 million (source: United Nations)5.3 billion
  28. 28. People killed by natural disaster: 17.000 (Source: Swiss Reinsurance company)260.000Economic loss from natural disasters: 38 billion (Source: The Globe, USAToday)222 billionAverage price barrel oil: 28 dollar (Source: United Nations)64 dollar
  29. 29. 2010: 1,9 billion people(Source: United Nations)2020: 5 billionpeople2010: 575 millioncomputers (Source: United Nations)2020: Billions of connected sensors
  30. 30. 2007: 500 million internet-connected devices - about 1 for every 20people on the planet2010, 35billion, or about 5per personBy 2013, maygrow to 1trilliondevices, or 140devices per person (source: Cisco jan. 2011)
  31. 31. Singularity
  32. 32. Merge of humans andtechnology
  33. 33. We now relyon "external brains"(cell phones and computers) tocommunicate, remember, even live outsecondarylives (bron: Amber Case, 2010)
  34. 34. In Brazil and India, machines are starting to do primary care, becausethere’s no labor to do it. They may be better than doctors
  35. 35. In Brazil and India, machines are starting to do primary care, becausethere’s no labor to do it. They may be better than doctors
  36. 36. In Brazil and India, machines are starting to do primary care, becausethere’s no labor to do it. They may be better than doctors
  37. 37. Humans are facing the prospect of being completelyout-competedby their owncreations
  38. 38. No, grandma...listen,double-click theChrome Icon
  39. 39. No, grandma...listen,double-click theChrome Icon
  40. 40. No, grandma...listen,double-click theChrome Icon
  41. 41. No, grandma...listen,double-click theChrome Icon
  42. 42. No, grandma...listen,double-click theChrome Icon
  43. 43. No, grandma...listen,double-click theChrome Icon
  44. 44. No, grandma...listen,double-click theChrome Icon
  45. 45. No, grandma...listen,double-click theChrome Icon
  46. 46. Our biggest challenge is nottechnological,it is to use technology infavor off all human kind
  47. 47. It is about connect the seamlesslyunconnected events in the world to get aview on what is happening
  48. 48. Maker revolution
  49. 49. Ubiquitous network
  50. 50. Rise of robotics
  51. 51. Rise of the sharing economy
  52. 52. Innovating to zero
  53. 53. GM recycles about 90 percent of itsmanufacturing waste.
  54. 54. GM recycles about 90 percent of itsmanufacturing waste.
  55. 55. GM recycles about 90 percent of itsmanufacturing waste.
  56. 56. GM recycles about 90 percent of itsmanufacturing waste.
  57. 57. Life begins at the endof your comfortzone (NealeWealsh)
  58. 58. You will only make a difference bydoing not by saying!
  59. 59. Interested  in  a  keynote,  contact  me!Tony  Bosma  Trendwatcher/Futurist+31  6  -­‐  290  813  52tony@extendlimits.nlWebsite:  www.tonybosma.nlBlog:  www.extendlimits.nlTwi;er:  @tonybosma  Skype:  Tony  BosmaLinkedIn:  Extend  Limits  –  Tony  BosmaThis  an  example  slidedeck,  discussed  trends  and  cases  are  always  being  adjusted  to  the  audience!  More  info  see  also  www.extendlimits.nl

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