Why has the long term never been shorter?
Where is all of this technology and data taking us? What can we best do to prepare for an increasingly tech- and data-oriented future? In this talk, I put on my swami hat.
We are living in an era marked by accelerating technological, political, and social change. Odds are that this scares you, not to mention many business folks who are far more comfortable with stability and predictability.
Today disruption is everywhere.
Make no mistake: Today disruption is everywhere. Competition is coming faster than ever, and often from unexpected sources such as Uber (taxis), AirBNB (hotels), and the like. As the Chinese say, however, in crisis there lies enormous opportunity.
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What Attendees Will Learn
To state the obvious, the specific questions that I answer in these talks vary a great deal. At a high level, though, they tend to resemble this list:
- Why has the long term never been shorter?
- What trends are causing all of this change?
- Why are the costs of inaction greater than the costs of action?
- What can my organization do to best prepare for this change?
- Which skills are essential nowadays? What about five years down the road?