Monthly Archives: December 2010
That’s it – work done for the year. We’re heading off to Melbourne for Christmas with Victoria’s family, then up to a cabin in the rainforests of the Dandenongs for a week. I’m back to work on January 10, and looking forward to a fabulous 2011! I’ll be occasionally checking email or you can always
Excerpt from the list of ExaTrends of the 2010s: EVERYTHING MEDIA What we knew as media has exploded far beyond its traditional boundaries to encompass most social activity, how organizations function, and indeed the creation of almost all economic value. Even as newspaper extinction proceeds apace, the best media operators will thrive.. See the full
Excerpt from the list of ExaTrends of the 2010s: ENERGY SWITCH The way we use energy will change faster than ever before in human history. Renewable energy sources, electric cars, and strict energy accounting, driven in part by carbon taxes on fossil fuels, will transform transportation and large chunks of the economy, faster than we
Excerpt from the list of ExaTrends of the 2010s: ECONOMIC POWER SHIFT The sheer weight of China’s burgeoning economy together with India’s rise will change the business world’s center of gravity. The Far East will fund the continued profligate spending of the West. The weightless economy based on innovation, media, and professional services will dominate
Continuing a series of review posts of 2010, here are notes from some of my keynotes this year. Given how intense my speaking schedule has been this year I have only been able to blog about a fraction of them. Here are a selection of blog content from my keynotes in 2010 in chronological order.
Excerpt from the list of ExaTrends of the 2010s: DEMOGRAPHIC CRUNCH Many developed nations will start hitting the wall in their ability to support their elderly. The contrast with the rapid growth of developing nations will bring into focus the turn in economic fortunes. The inevitable result is mass migration, licit or illicit. See the