Goodbye to what we thought we knew. In a world digitizing and virtualizing at breakneck pace, managers and leaders must constantly adapt. But how do we transfer the evergreen skills of management and leadership to be ready for the future workplace? What challenges and threats are born by technomic systems and artificial intelligence? What does the data reveal about the way leadership has changed – and will change further – under the glare of new technologies? The traditional pyramid is giving way to ecosystems of people and things. How do we lead the new matrix from the centre and connect the nodes that will unleash success?
Also in this issue
Professor Tony O’ Driscoll – Into the wirearchy
Dr Srini Pillay – The power of unfocusing
Professor Steven Van Belleghem – The final days of googling
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