Have you worked out how to future-proof your career in the age of robots? Author Carmine Gallo suggests that "Persuaders are irreplaceable”, and Practical Futurist Andrew Grill argues why.
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Reading the brilliant cartoon from Tom FIshburne titled “innovation dreamers, realists and spoilers it reminded me of may “innovation sessions” that companies run these days - you know the ones [...]
When you come across a new terminology, some new jargon or acronyms, do you seek to understand what they mean or let them wash over you? I encourage all of my audiences to be curious and [...]
A new study by DDI, EY and CNBC puts the spotlight on the often neglected “Gen X" segment (of which I am one), born generally between 1965 and 1981. The report suggests that Gen X is quickly [...]
Andrew spoke with Tonya Hall from ZDNet about how the C-Suite needs to embrace digital.
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Recently Facebook has tried to rebalance the network from being a heavily advertising focused platform (with some social networking thrown in) to something closer to what the network was designed [...]
What is a fair value exchange for your personal data? £10, £100, a John Lewis Voucher, a free meal, free WiFi or something else. Ordinary consumers with no real grasp of the “backstage” [...]