FutureNext is durable, digital, and decentral.
Making our time free is a condition for creating FutureNext. We will do it by reducing the time we spend on administrative tasks. A decentralized digital infrastructure will become the technology that makes it happen.
That's the message of the latest book, Data Wisdom, by Paul Bessems. He speaks about the development of digital assembly lines between all organizing parties within society.
The book's last chapter gives recruitment as a possible use case. It was the domain where Co-Inpetto started and where I got aware that teaming up for transformation was the way forward. After all, I am a kind of economist.
Just throwing money toward all kinds of societal problems is not the solution.
A reorganization of digital infrastructure with a PDS (personal data service) for every person gives us new possibilities to transact, communicate and share information. Together with rich data, we create trust and productivity.
It will give us the time and attention needed to care for people and the planet. We will use our precious talents in new organizational formats and take up work in new ways.
We co-design to bring (y)our sweet spots in FutureNext closer. I will use the learnings of Paul's book to write upcoming Tuesday Posts. Do you want to read the book of Paul Bessems by yourself? Buy it here (Dutch only).