The Future of Driving Is Electric

The Future of Driving Is Electric

Peter Valdes-Dapena (@peterdrives) reported yesterday that the end is coming for petrol-powered verhicles. "A number of countries around the world are looking to move away from fuel-burning automobiles. India, France, Britain and Norway all want to abandon gas and...
Are humans really necessary?

Are humans really necessary?

It was two days of great minds exchanging thoughts about sustainable leadership, management, innovation — and technology. It happened in Warsaw on 26-27 April, and I was both a keynote speaker and one of 61 people on six panels discussing a wide range of issues. It...

Mangled By Attention Spangles

Many today do not have an exten­sive atten­tion span. Instead, they have “atten­tion span­gles”. Their atten­tion span is as small as a sequin, some­times glit­ter­ing with bril­liance but, in the main, only a brief reflec­tion of some­one else’s...

Turning Entrepreneurship Upside Down

New­ton Cam­pos, a good friend who lives in São Paulo, Brazil, is one of those rare peo­ple who is at home in both the busi­ness world and acad­eme. He’s exec­u­tive vice-direc­tor of the Pri­vate Equi­ty and Ven­ture Cap­i­tal Research Cen­ter at FGV-SP — and...

Intimidated? Terrified? Prepared?

You can get there from here. I’m speak­ing of the future, which many man­agers and lead­ers I meet seem to con­sid­er far more of a threat than an oppor­tu­ni­ty. There’s a rea­son for that.  Any ath­lete, artist, health provider, politi­cian...

Eat Problems For Breakfast

“Expect prob­lems,” said the essay­ist Alfred A. Mon­ta­pert, “and eat them for break­fast.” That makes total sense to any­one involved in nextsensing. In my con­ver­sa­tions with MBA stu­dents and cor­po­rate clients alike, one ques­tion pops up repeat­ed­ly: “How do...

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