ch-ch-ch-ch-ch-changes Plenty of companies, like Kodak, Nokia, and Blackberry (previously known as Research in Motion or RIM) weren’t able to change fast enough when disruption came to their markets. In Kodak’s case, the disruption even came from within. Apparently, it was a Kodak engineer who… Read More »Do You Fail To Change When You Need To?
Chatbots Of The Future: Privacy Even More Overrated Let’s talk chatbots. There have been several interesting articles over the holiday break about how Amazon Echos have been “behaving badly.” One was on a TV talk show triggering ordering things; another was a child in the house… Read More »Say Goodbye To Privacy From The ChatBots of the Future
Predicting the Future Is Hard Back in 2007, I ran a program for my company which looked 10 years out into the future. It was a roaring success, and as part of that exercise, I wrote a number of “Blog Posts From The Future”, dated… Read More »Ten Years Ago I Made A Bunch Of Predictions. Which Were Right?
What Is Digital Blowback and Is It Real? Today we’re going to talk a little bit about an interesting phenomenon that I have seen over the last little while, which I’m calling Digital Blowback. It occurs when people start actively turning away from digital representations… Read More »Is Digital Blowback Deadly To The Future?
Are You Still Taking The Weekend Off? Lunch is for wimps – Gordon Gekko, Wall Street Ah, the good old days, when we all used to work for big companies, sometimes for life. We’d get up early on Monday morning, make coffee, make breakfast, shower,… Read More »Weekends Are For Wimps