I was thinking about the recent news of renowned scientists and experts warning us against Artificial Intelligence that could surpass us. Unfortunately, I think this happened already without us knowing it, and, what most, it has made us its slaves (or we’ve inadvertently submitted ourselves to it).
Cleaning up Notes, I found these I crafted some months ago. It’s about how social links are used in companies based on the maturity level of employees.
- The Psychopath doesn’t have any social link.
- The Bureaucrat will limit social interactions to the coffee machine
- The Pragmatic will use them to exchange information
- The Efficient will use them to accelerate and simplify the job by exchanging pieces of work with others in the organization, or provoke internal collaborative meetings
- The Radical will provoke trans-organizational collaborative meetings to awake true collective intelligence
- The Awaken will work between organizations and won’t even see the frontiers.
Where do you stand today and what can you start doing now to move on the scale? 😉
Interesting approach that grounds co-creation (but not only) into reality.
Stuff worth considering for the Labso…
I’ve just watched this great video on TED: Clay Shirky: How the Internet will (one day) transform government | Video on TED.com.
What I find interesting is that tools such as GitHub allows for a perfect collaboration among people to build the best possible Systems Thinking view of any issue, by drawing in any stakeholder and have them sharing their own view.
Of course there are other online collaboration tools (like etherpad, Rizzoma or Debategraph for instance), but I have yet to find some that allow for clearly identifying, then reconciling different contributions.
How to concretely achieve this has yet to be thought out, but I promise you to give it a shot.