The basic idea is developed by my collegue Martin Vendel. It has been developed during a period in time when he and I did a lot of executive training in this field. We needed something to hook it all up on so to speak, and gradually he did stumble on it – and then we have developed it further. We have then used it in practical situations with lot of managers, and different industries, involved – and it do seem to fulfill its purpose.
A very common assumption is that digitalization means making things digital. We take for instance a presentation, and make it on Zoom instead. We take a manual, or a book, and make it into a PDF-file instead. But here is a good example showing that digitalization means something far more, and different, than that. Continue reading “Do not transform things into a digital format”
Between streaming and shellac records, we had tapes, CDs, iTunes and piracy in the music industry. Necessary steps before finally ending-up with streaming. So, which is actually the Covid-19-times? Well, it´s not the final structure. It is more like the piracy-movement. Here is the reason why, and what it might lead to for the educational industry. Continue reading “Why Corona-times is the piracy moment for education”
Here is a link to an article I suggest you to read. https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2020/jun/16/google-apple-dictating-european-democracies-coronavirus?CMP=Share_iOSApp_Other
It is an interesting example on something that now has been cooking for a fairly long time, but sooner or later will create some kind of change compared to the way life looks today. Continue reading “Even though Amazon, Baidu, Yandex and all the others already are tremendously big; There is still room for more”
We have digital tools, yes. But what shall we have them for? And what can we even have them for? Shall we use them in order to increase productivity, or even do business development? Or, are there actually something even more interesting we can have them for? Here is the answer.
I actually don’t address AI in specific that much in the book Stop Nobody Move and the reason for that is that I don’t think, considering the time-frame that this book is covering (5 to 10 years ahead), there is a reason to do it. But here is an answer.
Yes, of course, why not? We all already do it, daily. Noone can actually live without predicting future. The difference is not if we do it or not, but in what future we try to predict, as well as how we actually do it. But here is a bit longer answer to this Q.
I pretty often tend to use pictures of Don Quijote, you know: the man that was fighting against wind-mills. To be honest: I even have a picture of him in my office. It hangs there in order to help me remember. And here is what I use it for.
What is actually the big difference between caring about an old scholar like Schumpeter, his recent follower Clayton Christensen, and the old management-guru Michael Porter? Here is the answer.