The networking of the future

We can already see the change in the networking landscape that heralds the new era. The more networked our world becomes, the more demanding the “networked” become. We used to feel connected to someone when we received a card from them once a year, at Christmas or from holidays. Today we are already offended if we don’t get a response to our Facebook message within a day. Tomorrow this will not be enough for us either. We will increasingly long for real, authentic, sustainable relationships. We will no longer accept when someone simply asks: “how are you?” without expecting an answer. We will not consider anyone as a friend who has simply “added” us somewhere or sent us serial invitations.

In the future it will no longer be enough to make quick contacts. Speed and openness alone will no longer be enough. Soon new skills will be needed to build and maintain successful networks. 

We can already see the change in the networking landscape that heralds the new era. The more networked our world becomes, the more demanding the “networked” become. We used to feel connected to someone when we received a card from them once a year, at Christmas or from holidays. Today we are already offended if we don’t get a response to our Facebook message within a day. Tomorrow this will not be enough for us either. We will increasingly long for real, authentic, sustainable relationships. We will no longer accept when someone simply asks: “how are you?” without expecting an answer. We will not consider anyone as a friend who has simply “added” us somewhere or sent us serial invitations.

In the future it will no longer be enough to make quick contacts. Speed and openness alone will no longer be enough. Soon new skills will be needed to build and maintain successful networks. 

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