Using the Vantage Points Model

Using the Vantage Points Model, the conditions for communication at the end of the 20th Century affecting the Transition Manager will be:

As technology provides information and tools to interpret cause and effect and perhaps even boost our own capacity for thinking, the energy and ethics will reflect the atmosphere of the environment. Our shared commonality may be uncommon even by today's norms.

The shared access to knowledge on the Internet has already changed our culture and will serve as a medium to reshape it even further. The cultural behavior will become increasingly more plastic as the various components of an enterprise are tied together in an instant.

Typical lag times in disseminating changes in purpose, intent and goals will all but disappear. Teams working in dynamic environments will have the capacity for immediate effective response.

Quick response or the "exchange rate" of information communicated. Communication is vital in calculating risks and identifying opportunities for innovation.

Instant communication in the field of direct business exchange arenas will provide players with the real time information to carry out strategy with immediate feedback.

The technology, fields of energy, knowledge, and modes for the distribution of these throughout the enterprise will aid the transition manager at this level.

Rapid learning and exchange will advance the rate that tasks will be performed in the year 2000. Virtual Reality will be reality.

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