Posts Tagged ‘Stowe Boyd‘

smarterplanet: Beyond Social: imagining the post-normal business This is Stowe Boyd’s keynote from Meaning 2012. It is jam-packed with brainfood about the near-future of business. I recommend it: you’ll walk away with something to mull, something to pass on. The Meaning 2012 conference was a blast,

stoweboyd: My talk with Paul Greenberg at Pivot Conference on Leadership In The Social Business (or more apt, Leadership In The Postnormal).

stoweboyd: What Will Matter In The Future? My talk from the recent Startupfest in Montreal. From the description: We have to have some idea of the world we are headed for sowhat we do will matter. It makes no sense to build a better mousetrap

stoweboyd: Cloud Computing 2020 Futurecast – Fred McClimans, Alan Dickenson, and I spoke about the future of cloud computing. I make the point that the first-order benefits — reducing the cost of today’s IT — will be irrelevant by the time that the second-order benefits

Special Report: Social TV and The Second Screen

Link: Special Report: Social TV and The Second Screen stoweboyd: I am happy to release a special report I’ve recently written, Social TV and The Second Screen, developed cooperatively by Work Talk Research and The Futures Agency. Gerd Leonhard from The Futures Agency wrote the foreward,

Free Webinar: The Future of Television: Social, Mobile, Over-the-top?

On September 4th, Gerd Leonhard and Stowe Boyd offer a free webinar:Tue, Sep 4, 2012 5:00 PM – 6:00 PM CEST Social web strategist, speaker and blogger Stowe Boyds and futurist, speaker & author Gerd Leonhard are delighted to present this 60-minute, free webinar based on

futuristgerd: Please join me for this unique event (there is no charge except for your attention:) The Future of Television: Social, Mobile, Over-the-top? With Stowe Boyd and Gerd Leonhard (The Futures Agency) on Sep 4, 2012 5:00 PM CEST Social web strategist, speaker and blogger Stowe

IBM @ SXSWi 2012: Interview with Stowe Boyd (by IBMSocialBiz)

#140conf NYC 2011: Stowe Boyd, “Social Cognition: How Twitter Makes Us Smarter” (by 140Talks)