The buzz: Crystal ball time.
Yes, change is inevitable. But today’s unprecedented pace and scale of change presents unique challenges for the future of business.
Futurists worldwide are examining and assessing the potential business impact of new and emerging paradigms, energy innovations, physical-digital boundary blurring, business decentralization, and other global drivers.
What are the implications for future leaders?
The experts speak.
Frank Diana, TCS: “We are entering a world where everything we know and understand about the purposes of business and the mission of our own organization will be challenged.” (Rohit Talwar)
Gray Scott, Futurist: “We are becoming a digitized species. We are heading toward a crunch in digitization. We are crossing the computational event horizon into a digital black hole.” (Gray Scott, contributor to the new book, The Future of Business)
Timo Elliott, SAP: “Any intelligent fool can make things bigger and more complex. It takes a touch of genius and a lot of courage to move in the opposite direction.” (British Economist E. F. Schumacher)
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