Eating Disruption for Lunch: Digesting Decentralization

May 26, 2015 by Bonnie D. Graham

The buzz: Decentralizing.

In the industrial age, businesses like railroads and electric power companies grew large because centralizing allowed them to deliver improved services to their markets.

Now we’re seeing a paradigm shift fueled by technology-enabled de-centralization.

Innovations like 3D printing, the Internet of Things, smart watches, mobile technology and Tesla’s standalone battery that can power a home or office – all allow us to de-couple from businesses.

These exciting – and / or scary – disruptions have vast implications for the future of your business. Are you ready?

The experts speak.

Frank Diana, TCS: “The challenge is to rehearse the future and prepare for a range of possibilities.” (Fast Future Research)

Gray Scott, Futurist: “Nothing comes unannounced, but many can miss the announcement.” (Terence McKenna)

Timo Elliott, SAP: “Status Quo is, you know, Latin for ‘the mess we’re in.’” (Ronald Reagan)

Join us for Eating Disruption for Lunch: Digesting Decentralization.

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