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To be your own Captain in Chaos

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the the hello I I have never Denmark research here in Berlin someone wondering home many here knows about
HyBR island OK I will still will wait until a market research them and what I'm so glad to be here I'm outspent like 1 minute talking about high pollen and then I'll spend the rest of the time talking about you and me the sigh prior land is the educational company we have schools and we do training for students but also for companies and it's it's Swedish School Lasorda Sweden and about 20 years ago and specializes in the digital technology so 20 years ago and the new emerging technology was can anyone guess it was CD-ROM production so at that time I have 1 was a school in CD-ROM production
today we actually exist in several places in the world I'm in Sweden of course is to schools in Singapore in UK Manchester London in New York and in Sao Paolo and also the collaboration here Linwood wired are doing classes for professionals we we have students young students that learn how to excel in digital become entrepreneurs and learn everything around the sign tech and user behaviors but they would bring that knowledge into a bunch of companies that actually
need to learn a lot as well but today i'm going talk
about being a captain in chaos because my view is that we comforted quite a simple world would come from a linear world but took things were very predictable you can almost feel that the world was easy used to be easier life used to be a little bit easier as a manager always a coworker was a communicator used to be easier because we ask users customers and clients we had quite a predictable behavior and today we walked into what I call the loan nonlinear world where everything is much more unpredictable so if you in banking for example you need to have banking of bank office hours open and so on but you also need to have this awesome on the phone for other people that want to do their banking errands whenever they would like so this is a world were granted where we communicate we shall we do stuff all the time everywhere whenever we want and the technology the technical development is driving this change and we to that before assume that humans found for example when we went from being nomads to being farmers or being farmers into the industrial error and when we moved into the city that's 1 difference in this change and that is probably the speed that we're going through right now the cell is say that a technical device or a technical thing REST Service has reached become a amassed technique or mass service when it reaches 50 million users and it took the call are 75 years to reach 50 million users and it took the 38 years to reach 50 million users and it took television 13 years television was really really fast to television 13 years to reach 50 million users I took the internet for years to reach 50 million users the and it took the iPod you I thought yeah well it took the i put 3 years and then died after 2 and a half years it moved into the phone instead there's something that took 35 days to reach 50 million users the the the the the and
this is not just fun facts would fun facts but it says something about the speed that were in at the moment and let's look at 1 more example of this was the
installation of a pope 2005 a lot of people with there there were probably very proud of being there at that moment and felt a lot of important feelings and when they left that moment they probably went home a share their stories with friends and families only 8 years later the same situation looks like this it's the
same human need to be in a situation and share the stories about the situation but would do it in a different way we do it real time this any can anyone guess how this would look like 8 years from today would probably can't and that's 1st time because in the fifties we kind of knew what would that what the sixties we're gonna look like in the sixties we continue with the sentences were gonna look like but today we can really say that this situation would look like how we will actually share stories and our feelings and emotions the and I worked in a global company and when I'm asleep Singapore weight is awake to working in and when I worked in New York is sleeping the 1st thing I do every morning before I get out of bed is actually watch my e-mails and the phone so I open my folder and when I open my phone I get so many messages it's Facebook it's Twitter it's e-mails at some Snapchat's and its Instagram all these messages all this flow of communication the reaches me and sometimes I feel like living in this world feels like this anyone can
recognize this well anyway I started to blame other people and realize that it's
us that are doing this I'm a big contributor to making other people feel like washed over with communication and that and and stuff the and this of course affects everybody it affects
every company every industry every organization everybody and I do a lot of training of managers and board members and and and so on and when I train them
I I usually start by you know taking up this curve on the floor and essay so water you when it comes to digital all you like an innovator you create absence and great platforms and and you know really profit from the network society work or an early adopter that you know really all here's a new thing I want to try that or in early majority so the neighbors tried the new thing you'll go on or or you late majority while you wait until you know everybody has an iPad you also get an iPad or you are you like a laggard like my dad is a veterinarian a still right seize invoices in it with the typewriter what people usually say at least in the Nordic countries that they are there in the red spots all I know I like booking tickets online 90 100 cure I want the new iPhone and actually we looked at the apple orchard in a magazine and no I don't create stuff but I feel very early you know adapting to digital technology the and then I asked them so but what about your work at the workplace that the company were you working where are you there and then they step back and no to the blue spots and say 0 gosh at work where laggards we don't do anything we don't adapt clients who don't adaptive users was so slowly work in silos it's just not working the so I'm wondering how it can be that all these companies are like filled with early adopters but still don't manage to adapt faster than and make a short call here so how many of you recognize yourself in this picture it stand up we need we in now I I would say it's about 60 % that's about much research that I do but anyway I would like you to think about this for a little moment
reflect with your neighbor do you recognize itself in the diffusion curve and why is this why is it that a lot of companies lot of industries are full of people that early adopters but they still don't developed to take like the give about a half a minute and a half in into into those the we we we we we we we we we we we we really the the OK so here in the room we have the answers to this this dilemma when I think a lot about is how to be a captain in this scout chaos and how to actually work with self leadership in this chaos because that's what I believe that leadership is too important to be
left to managers so we're all leaders and we all have at least 1 person to lead and that is ourselves
and I think the most important thing is to be in this case uh chaos is actually to understand how change affects people the 1st thing people do when the object's cis change when change the posted change changes happening is that they do like this and when they can't
breathe any longer because they're done that they ask themselves 5 questions the what is going to happen to
me what is going to happen to me what is going to happen to me what is going to happen to me what is going to happen to me the and then the CEOs ask what will happen to the company if we don't change but these are the 5 most important questions that anyone will ask as easy to laugh from that but it it's very human so I think a lot about working with companies in working with students and and and trying to support people in change and transformation I think a lot about this model it's how
as human beings react and change this model suggests that we 1st go through an ending phase but we feel strong feelings of sorrow and loss we know we're losing we have no idea what we're moving into and everybody was lost someone because this is not just at work this is not any change any loss you can have and I know that that feeling and no you need so that feeling some people stay in that In that could ending stage that most people move on to the neutral face this is kind of a soul where it's uncomfortable to be because you know you can never go back things are never going to be the way they used to be but you don't really know what you're heading towards to feel very lost some of the lost feelings to take with you but it's more round confusion you might be very energetic in this phase but you actually just running around in not doing anything that actually brings you forward as some people stay in this phase as well most of us as we move on to the beginning phase and this is when you feel that actually left something behind you turn the page and you feel that you are actually a driver in this change you almost maybe think that you've invented it out that's of passion and you can feel about the change we feel that you to you've taken a new step In toward something new and exciting the 2nd thing is
to talk practiced self leadership to lead yourself and really have a conscious way of doing things and same things to support myself in practice leadership of actually made my own leadership guide and I wanted like days to think about how your leadership guide would look like if you had 1 the the I but so far for chapters
in my leadership guide chapter 1 it
is I have a yearly development talked with myself the now it people that work in big organizations have a yearly development talk with the boss of course you know how my going to develop underway perform is called review and so on well I have 1 with myself and I ask my fellow itself how did I perform what they do well did I developed and you will want to stay in this job in of the year and then I ask myself how is my marriage you will want to keep this man for another year but he doesn't really know but that's don't we did the and then ask myself is this the life that I actually want to live and if it's not what can I do about it thank the the 2nd thing I think a lot about that I really try to an almost no right in my hand every morning when I get up is how can I
be of France front-seat driver in my own life how can I make sure that what happens to me are by my own choice and every time people hear me being a little bit victimized I tell them you so tell me not to be a victim because I have to I want to be a front-seat driver in my life I don't want to be a victim of circumstances that just happened the
3rd thing is I feel very comfortable when I feel on
top of things when I actually feel like I'm a little bit in control and the when actually feel that I actually you know and and not just in the flow of something I actually am it's again of the driver thing again them actually in control and and I can decide and i've competence enough to decide what I'm going to do so focus a lot on on how to stay on top of things how to feel that I am on top of things that do different kind of forces led to different kinds of of developing stuff for myself to to feel on top of things the 3rd thing in my leadership guide
is a think a lot about flow so a lot of people think about things that don't work but in this area where it's really feels guilty once a while and we're very very nonlinear I tried to focus on what works so try to remember for example that work at right remember situation when I felt that I was at slow when I had a flow and then bring that situation into other other situation bring the feeling into other situations and I try to recreate it's in the morning when I go to work so I can create flow at work the and then add an experiment from the last couple of years because um I used to feel really really stressed I'm a CEO of a global company and a lot of workers have 3 children and I I have 2 horses now love going horseback riding and we travel and we do a lot of activities in my family and and of course the travel other work as well so I felt very big amount to stress a lot of distress was connected to when do I work when do actually shut off work
shouldn't be available all the time I was very I was thinking a lot about the people in my age do that we think a lot about time so I decided to do an experiment with myself that I would stop measuring time my own time and I will start measuring things in energy instead so I would not be warranted if I worked in a late at nite for a whole week there would not be
Wardy fate you know came home late or if I if I am things took longer than that they should have I would not be ward if they spend too much time with my kids instead of working I I start measuring in energy so if I've done something that takes a lot of energy I need to do something that gives me a lot of energy energy and the way it's been working now as a tool in my my life is that for example tomorrow and on-demand it Thursday I have a board meeting and that takes account of I know a lot of an energy we have what's seminar and a lot of people and we are in no incidents for really prepared a lot of
figures is really know can quit taking the corporate out of me and I know that I'm going to be super super tired after worsens can take a lot of a lot of myself so I've already booked in that on friday I have a whole day off and was that writing the because that will be filled my energy again and when I started thinking about you know thinking less about time and thinking more about energy you know giving energy being any receiving energy or that myself receive energy I stopped being as although of course also stressed once in a while but I stopped being a stress as I used to be then I have a 5th thing in my leadership guide that I'm not gonna talk so much about I would in a practice it instead and that it is a a reflection so and invite you all to sit quietly for 1 minute how it's it's quite long time in our in our society where we communicate 0 time and you can tweet now you can only
be with yourself for 1 minute see if we can handle that Celtic time and reflects this so how would be your
guide looked like if you had a leadership guidance of your over yourself to support yourself to be the captain in your chaotic life what would that look like take 1 minute in silence we we we the the the OK so everyone you thought that was a very long time raise your hand not so many guys have been practicing reflection good at that that at at finally I think the 1 thing a lot when you can work with changing when you and it work with this this transformation or or transforming company of transforming individuals to you know move into the digital error error and the networked world there's just 1 thing you need to think about
concerning change management and that is how to eat an elephant the gangs known out it's no offense well of course bit by bit because if you start planning in looking at the whole elephant Origanum moving into a change we need get a change your whole behavior or it when you're working with changing people changing organizations if you look at the whole parts you never going to manage but if you just start working in an agile way taking 1 bite at a time Dumont much more likely to succeed means thank you thank and so it has to be we we he was that I don't have this and don't go way don't go away were about to start with the next session right away on stage I'm but sound but China's also his answer cover of your questions is there anybody direct immediate question following the talk I you'll reflecting about at
all right now with the new most difficult because of that you could be with us for a little bit but it's OK so people are reflecting on the rest might be asking a couple minutes they behind United States wonderful thank you so much for being with us and of another beer and of rows these thank you hit by
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Titel To be your own Captain in Chaos
Serientitel re:publica 2015
Teil 87
Anzahl der Teile 177
Autor Frelin, Johanna
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DOI 10.5446/31895
Herausgeber re:publica
Erscheinungsjahr 2015
Sprache Englisch
Produktionsort Berlin

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Fachgebiet Informatik
Abstract The world is changing in a more and more rapid pace. It took the car 75 years to reach 50 million users, but I-pod only three years. It will never be so slow as it is today. Tomorrow the pace will be even faster. We are pushing ourselves into the networked society where behaviours and communication is non-linear. The paradox is that as users and consumers - we are pushing this change - but as employees at companies we are slowing down the change.

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