Gartner predicts $2.5M per minute in IoT spending and 1M new IoT devices sold every hour by 2021. By 2022, a blockchain-based business will be worth $10B. By 2020, new businesses and business models will emerge based on smart contracts and blockchain efficiencies. Globally the number of people shopping online is steadily increasing [...]
It seems obvious that businesses should want to innovate. New ideas, new revenue streams, stealing a lead on your competition: what’s not to love? And yet innovation — the very concept of doing something new and different and untried — seems to terrify so many of the businesspeople and wannabe entrepreneurs I meet in Australia.
Columbia Business School Professor Rita Gunther McGrath will talk about the challenges of driving new growth and innovation, managing uncertainty, and allocating resources to support your core business while exploring for the future.
It was only when Cindy Alvarez went to study at Harvard that she started using this incredible machine we are now all familiar with – the computer. It was a terrifying and amazing experience. Her first college job was doing tech support for some of the most brilliant people in the world, including Nobel prize... Read More
Pursuing a career is now just as likely to involve creating your own business as it is to involve working for somebody else - but what does this mean for work and education? It was once possible to acquire a suitable diploma, join a reputable company, and then steadily raise through the ranks until retirement. However, this type of career planning is going to be very rare indeed in the future. People who enter employment today will need to be prepared for some dramatic switches - not just from one employer to another, but even new sectors and new modes of work. Those who take a long hard look at the realities of modern work might be tempted to switch to independence earlier rather than later and start their own company. Being an entrepreneur is exciting, giving you greater control over your own destiny and often a more direct link between hard work and rewards. However, as we all know, there is a flip side to this.
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