QUBE Evangelist


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Thanks!

Whether it is because you ‘get’ the World After Midnight idea and want to spread it. Or because you too realise that of the all the competitive advantages organisations could have, learning is one of the most powerful, and difficult for competitors to notice or copy. Or because you just love working with friends and colleagues on QUBE. Or because you want to save the planet from the over 20% of fossil fuel which goes into moving people (atoms) around instead  of moving electrons. Or some other reason, we thank you for helping us spread QUBE.

People Create change People Constrain Change
Obeng’s 3rd Law of Change:

This page is for you! We’ve summarised the key learnings we have discovered in in spreading QUBE.  There are useful links, assets and more. A really useful document is the Executive Summary one pager which you can download as a .pdf

Connect with other QUBE evangelists in the hub-Q | New World Cafe.

Tweet @QUBEcc #QUBEcc or follow us.

‘Spy’ at any time to see who’s live on QUBE.

Let’s do the right thing. Let’s make the work different and better. Let’s save the world.

john hancock1 this one

 

 

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Dos and Don’ts  

Don’t
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Enthusiastically explain QUBE to someone who has never experienced it (or any other multi-user, remote player game).

Let them think of QUBE as ‘software’ or ‘a platform’ of a ‘meeting place’.  It really is an embodiment of World After Midnight culture & behaviour.

Show them QUBE on a screen without insisting that they at least ‘drive’ the qubot

Show them qubots (avatars) or qubicles (rooms) without first explaining why they are simple, and look basic.  E.g. The qubicles have the minimum furniture to help you move easily. The walls are different colours (with vertical lines) to make it easier for your brain to know where you are standing.   The qubots allow diversity of users without pre-conceptions (boss/subordinate, tall/short, male/female etc) and remember you may be good looking but everyone loves a smiley.

Tell them remarkable things about QUBE:

  • on average work is done in half the time with a cost of half the resources
  • the square feet of rooms (qubicles) on QUBE is equivalent to FIVE times the Empire state building
  • the energy saved on an average QUBE meeting (qall) would heat and light an average UK house for 400 days.
  • After only fifteen minutes 98% of people forget they are looking at a flat computer screen and not in an actual room with others.  After only 3 visits 92% report feeling very comfortable “Three Strikes and you’re in!”

Use the analogy of QUBE being another world, like Narnia to introduce QUBE.  Insist it’s not a tool, platform, system  or solution

Discuss real challenges e.g. innovation acceleration, Senor executive engagement in change, knowledge sharing…

Remind them how hard it is for people returning from a workshop, away-day or course, to transfer and embed the learning with colleagues.

Remind them how impossible it is to maintain momentum for execution after a kick-off, conference or meeting.

Remember how Steve Jobs introduced the iphone.  He used analogies of three things people recognised to describe something they had never experienced.  Do the same with QUBE  Use this Poster.

Compare Pentacle’s QUBE with other Management Development and Business Development approaches  Use this poster.

 

Experience:

Invite people to the Open Inspiration on QUBE events which happen Every Month
Organise a QUBE Lab – A physical session where a group of up to 10 people meet, and without worry or becoming intimidated, gently transition to working on QUBE and back to physical again to really feel the difference and understand the opportunity. Send us a webmail to book
Invite people to a QUBEx (a sort of TEDx but on QUBE). Send us a webmail to book

 

 Assets:

QUBE_Executive_Summary_v3.2

 

Why it’s disruptive:  Slideshow as .pdf

How It Works:  QUBE One hour workshop (worqshop) in a minute Video

How It Works:  QUBE 30 minute meeting (qall) in a minute Video

 

Success stories to share
Videos to share

 

Wolters Kluwer Innovation Competition QUBE submission Video

Telefonica Case Story

NHS Cases by Mark Blayney

Blog
On Linkedin

6 minutes to learn how QUBE transforms life from the point of view of the CEO, Project Manager, IT, Innovation Lead L&D

Inspiration on QUBE.  Shows a novice presenter and mix of new and seasoned qubists getting value by learning about influencing

LEGO’s David Gram on Innovation

Sales guru Geoff Burch on influence

Short blog on attending an inspiration monthly  by Mark Blayney

Day in the life (2mins) compares a day on QUBE to a day in a normal commuter’s life Watch here

 

Social Media
QUBE Icons

QUBE: @QUBEcc #QUBEcc #QUBEim15

Pentacle: @PentacleTheVBS  PentacleTheVBS.com  Blog – NewWorldTimes

Eddie Obeng: @Eddie Obeng  EddieObeng.com  Blog – Imagine-A-Fish  On TED introducing QUBE

Why QUBE?: World After Midnight

New QUBE social icons

QUBE_SHINY_SQUARE_LOGO_83by83           – Get QUBE

QUBE_SOCIAL_ICONS_48x48_0001_QUBOT RED           – Get an EntryPass

QUBE_SOCIAL_ICONS_48x48_0003_SPEECH          –  Go to the New World Cafe

QUBE_SOCIAL_ICONS_48x48_0001_QUBOT GREEN          –  Who’s on QUBE now?

Frequently Asked Questions/ Presentations

List of the top 20 FAQ’s  and Due Diligence Questions with answers here

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Spy

We have had significant penetration testing done by some of the largest financial institutions and corporations in the world and have passed. I would say that this puts us in the upper categories of safeness but still below top secret grade.

Ron Teitelbaum 3DICC

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