As interactive media was first being developed I had the opportunity to produce the demonstration presentations for one of the first interactive video systems (3/4" video cassette format).
During my almost four decades in the communications industry, I've had the privilege to work on many great projects at the leading edge of technology. As an anthropologist and great fan of Marshall McLuhan I approach program and project development with the understanding that the media and the message are inseparable.
Our imaginations are just starting to explore what the implications of these solutions will mean to the world. To begin to understand the future; imagine change and innovation moving at a much (exponentially) faster rate than they’re moving now.
TBWA\Chiat\Day - Senior Manager IT Solutions Group. Enterprise and client facing application development and integration for a top-tier international advertising agency. The Solutions Group at TBWA consisted of geography diverse teams of software developers who customized and integrated open source software for the agency's digital infrastructure. At TBWA Ted began to fully appreciate the great value of open source technology.
Open Source Imperative - co-authored the Open Source Imperative, a top line document presented to the United Nations on the role of open source technologies in the UN, NGOs and other institutions.
Open Sea Commons Token Launch - helping to create the foundation for the collaborative development of the Seafood Industry.
As manufacturing goes digital, a third great change is now gathering speed. It will allow things to be made economically in much smaller numbers, more flexibly and with a much lower input of labor, thanks to new materials, completely new processes such as 3D printing, easy-to-use robots and new collaborative manufacturing services available online.
Since 2009 the rapid growth of the IoT has created a move away from mass manufacturing and towards much more individualized production. Business and organizational structure will move into more collaborative and open systems.
Change and innovation are accelerating faster than ever. We are in one of the most transformative times in history. The next wave is being defined now.
We question the status quo and verify results. We share openly and are committed to new forms of collaboration. We believe our best advantage is our community of remarkable, innovative people.
A wide range of experience to lead agile high performance teams.
Hoag's events and campaigns (Chrysler, Disney, Japan Railways, KFC, Union Carbide, WB Mason) have been featured on the Style Network, Extra, Entertainment Tonight, Bravo, and CNN; on the cover of Time and Newsweek, in such periodicals as Crain's, Forbes, Glamour, Horizon, Town and Country, and Vanity Fair; in trade journals (Adweek, Crain's, Special Events, WWW); in scores of newspapers (London Times, Tokyo Times, Boston Herald, Boston Globe, NY Times).
Barbara holds a master’s degree in Public Administration from CUNY/Bernard Baruch College, a bachelor’s degree in Information Systems Management from CUNY/York College, and certificate in Nonprofit Leadership from Fordham University. In addition, she holds a project management professional (PMP) from the Project Management Institute, and a certified scrum master (CSM) from the Scrum Alliance.
Joel also brings with him experience learned while working at Hearst Corporation's Digital Media department for both their editorial and advertorial website properties.
He is a speaker at NYC’s first TEDx event, TEDxGotham. His is a founder of Occupy Wall Street, a recognized honorer of First Nation’s Treaty rights, and a founder of Victory Farm and Seedball teaching a K – 12 curriculum on “global cooling agriculture” in public schools through the only National Nature Conservancy Grant given to an independent educator in NYC.
Harvey is an ordained Interfaith minister and co-founded the Association of Interfaith ministers. He now prefers to be called an Open Faith minister. In 2004, Harvey became the chairperson of A World Alliance of Interfaith Clergy serving until 2008 when he enabled them to have their first conference of Interfaith clergy. In 2008, he became an active member of the United Nations NGO Committee for Spirituality, Values, and Global Concerns and began meditating in the Dag Hammersjold Meditation Center in the United Nations where he met Ted Schulman and co-founded TransComs.