EC SIG: Business in the Year 2025
$10 for non-SDForum Members
No charge for SDForum members and students with ID
The year is 2025. Arriving to work at the collaborative ECOsystem, your Working Persona creates a 48 hour company that pulls together three business service providers and sells 15,000 units of a new product. Later that night, you go home where an alpha chip in your brain synthesizes all of the day's activity, and in the information becomes part of your psyche when you awaken the next morning.
. . . . . Science Fiction?
What will happen in the future? How will work be accomplished? How productive have companies, individuals, computers and society become? E-commerce management expert and pundit, Mitchell Levy, will discuss business/ e-commerce in the year 2025.
After a story of a day-in-the-life of Mitchell in 2025, Mr. Levy will discuss the five fundamental building blocks that made this happen:
1) Knowledge workers and their personas
2) Object-based ECOsystems (e-commerce object systems)
3) The semantic Web
4) Bio-integration with information technology
5) Collaboration If you know the future or at least get a glimpse at it, imagine what can be done today to prepare your company for it! This presentation pulls in a lot of what's happening today and a lot of what will be invented in the next 10 to 20 years.
Mitchell is a popular speaker, lecturing on ECM issues throughout the U.S. and around the world. He is the esteemed author of E-Volve-or-Die.com and the Founder and Program Coordinator of San Jose State E-Commerce Management Certificate Program (http://ecmtraining.com/sjsu). He is President of ECnow.com, an ECM consulting firm helping companies transition from the industrial-age to the Internet-age. Mr. Levy serves as Chair for the core conference at Comdex Las Vegas and Chicago (Comdex.biz) and for his own symposia series, ECMsym.com. Mitchell is executive producer of ECMgt.com, an on-line ECM e-zine. He is actively involved with numerous industry consortia and is frequently asked to judge the ECM efforts of companies on a global level. This is Mitchell's last evening as chair for this SIG.