At this year’s Drucker Forum, Alex Adamopoulos – CEO of Emergn – will moderate a panel discussion:
More than ever, new organizational and social patterns will develop to support business models that are designed to address the wave of change; more intuitive technologies, smarter decision making and legislation that democratizes digitization. The way we do things will need to change and with it, social contracts will be developed to address the shifts in communication, collaboration and coordination.
Both companies and societies will adapt to manage digital disruption so that the human touch and continued ingenuity isn’t lost. The Role of Technology – Threat or Catalyst for Human Prosperity, will address these looming issues and discuss what we can do to be prepared as responsible leaders to exploit the ensuing opportunities before us for continued growth without sacrificing the welfare and capabilities of the people we serve.
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Listen to Alex’s podcast “Being digital, staying agile” where he explains why he’s a champion of products over corporate projects… and how (in Peter Drucker’s words) “culture eats strategy for breakfast”.