12 Avril 2013
Aan de hand van vele voorbeelden zal Trompenaars een aantal dilemma's bespreken waarmee wij regelmatig geconfronteerd worden in en door social media:
Globalisering ("rest of world"-mentaliteit) vs. de multi-local company;
• Onafhankelijkheid (iedereen vindt het wiel opnieuw uit) vs afhankelijkheid (input van experts);
• Collectieve intelligentie (group think) vs. verspreide kennis (complexiteit);
• Realtime (continue afleiding) vs. research (de molensteen van bewijs);
• Transparantie (publieke geheimen) vs. geslotenheid ("for your eyes only").
Social media zorgen ervoor dat we meer en meer worden geconfronteerd met deze dilemma's en de verschillende (culturele) interpretaties ervan. We zullen onszelf dan ook moeten gaan trainen om via 'reconciliation' deze dilemma's te tackelen.
Bron : Emesa Connect 2013
Alfonsus (Fons) Trompenaars (born 1953) is a Dutch organizational theorist, management consultant, and author in the field of cross-cultural communication known for the development of Trompenaars' model of national culture differences.
Biography: Born in Amsterdam Trompenaars in 1979 received his MA in Economics at the Vrije Universiteit and in 1983 his PhD from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania for the thesis The Organization of Meaning and the Meaning of Organization.
In 1981 Trompenaars started his career at the Royal Dutch Shell Personnel Division, working on job classification and management development. In 1989 together with Charles Hampden-Turner he founded and directed the consultancy firm Centre for International Business Studies, working for such companies as BP, Philips, IBM, Heineken, AMD, Mars, Motorola, General Motors, Merrill Lynch, Johnson & Johnson, Pfizer, ABN AMRO, ING, PepsiCo, Honeywell. In 1998 the company was bought by KPMG and renamed
Trompenaars was awarded the International Professional Practice Area Research Award by the American Society for Training and Development (ASTD) in 1991. Subsequently, In 1999 Business magazine ranked him as one of the top top 5 management consultants next to Michael Porter, Tom Peters and Edward de Bono In 2011, he was voted one of the top 20 HR Most Influential International Thinkers by HR Magazine. In 2011 and 2013 he was ranked in the Thinkers50 of the most influential management thinkers alive Positions - Co-Director at the Servant-Leadership Centre for Research and Education (SLCRE) at the Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam. - Member of Advisory Board Webster University Leiden. - Distinguished Advisor of Centre for TransCultural Studies at Temasek Polytechnic, Singapore. - International Director at the International Society for Organisational Development. - Faculty member at the Global Institute for Leadership Development (GILD). - Judge of the Fons Trompenaars award for Innovation and Creativity at the Australian Human Resources Institute (AHRI).