We live in an amazing new world made possible by fabulous emerging technologies and multidisciplinary knowledge.
This new world will be in eternal construction because the multidisciplinary and technological Golden Knowledge (GK) evolves day by day.
Every day we experience an explosion of new knowledge of exceptional excellence in emerging technologies (e.g., AI, 5G, Robotics, Automation, IoT, lithium-ion battery ) and in multidisciplinary knowledge (e.g., Leadership, management, strategy, innovation, creativity, teamwork, organizational culture, marketing, resilience, uncertainty, disruption, business models, supply chains, customer management) that best exploits those technologies and knowledge in general.
The new world offers multiple types of fusions. For example, the fusion of virtual and physical worlds. MIT's Center for Bits and Atoms, is a unique laboratory breaking down boundaries between the digital and physical worlds, from pioneering quantum computing to digital fabrication to the Internet of Things.
Most of the AI deployed today, while novel and impressive, still falls under a category of “specialized AI.” Artificial general intelligence (AGI), the idea of a truly artificial human-like brain, remains a topic of deep research interest but a goal that experts agree is far in the future.
Technology makes the boldest ambitions achievable, but people are the north star that provide vision and direction. The organizations that are making the most significant progress on the path toward the intelligent enterprise are the ones that treat the project as a complex systems engineering problem — one that focuses more on adapting the corporate culture than it does on the technology itself.
For a large number of businesses and organizations, the big picture of the digital age is digital transformation.
To succeed at digital transformation the whole of the business needs to be involved. It requires radical redesign, then deployment, of business models, activities, processes, and competencies to fully leverage the opportunities that digital technologies can offer.
Efforts to lead digital transformation are unlikely to be effective without a leader’s own affective digital transformation — one that makes purpose, engagement, and fairness as important to workplace success as data-driven agility and productivity.
A recent study revealed that digital leaders (the top 10 percent of companies leading technology innovation) achieve 2–3x revenue growth as compared to their competitors—a widening divide that Accenture calls the “Digital Achievement Gap.”
Because change is only becoming more substantial and unpredictable, organizations that build dynamic rules will be better prepared for what lies ahead, whatever it may be.
The essential problem of the digital age: The speed at which knowledge is appropriated is far less than the speed with which new knowledge is created.
To keep up with changes and avoid disruptions, business leaders in particular, and everyone in general, must become successful lifelong learners.
People should enjoy learning and feel a constant need to acquire new skills.
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