If the pauses between the industrial revolutions are as important as the industrial revolutions themselves, then what are the real moments of change? It’s an important question if we want to understand the future of business.
So, change is not accelerating. But change isn’t a constant either. In modern history, the most accurate graph to illustrate societal change consists of continuous or overlapping S-curves.
How is it possible to say anything meaningful about the future of business? I mean, we’re all witnessing how things are changing so rapidly, right? It’s exponential change. As described by Moore’s law from 1965. Back then, Gordon Moore observed that the number of transistors in a dense integrated circuit doubles about every two years.
On Friday, I did the very first interview for my “Lean Is Fun” book project. And I’m happy to say that a number of my assumptions about the future of business were challenged, if not to say debunked. The interviewee was the esteemed Chris McKenna of Oxford University’s Saïd Business School, and the main purpose …
So, the day has come where I decided to start working on my idea to write a new book. Since publishing “Leth and kedsomheden” in 2007, I’ve left literature and journalism behind to focus on communication, marketing and business in general.
I’m very pleased to announce that I’ve been nominated and accepted to join the World Economic Forum‘s Expert Network. Here, I will join 5,500 world-leading experts from academia, business, government, international organizations, civil society, the arts, and the media committed to improving the state of the world by helping to shape the global agenda.
How do we prepare our children for a world we hardly know anything about? The question is as puzzling as it is important and scary.
It’s been a while since I last posted something here myself. Last weekend I went to Dubai to speak at a conference, the GITEX Future Stars. Instead of writing a blog post about it, I decided to do something quite different… a video documentary. Or whatever the genre is.
In 2016, I finally had some good success with using social media to achieve direct sales in an ecommerce setting. Here’s how I went about it.
The Royal Danish Theatre’s new campaign is a beautiful musical and visual mash-up of artistic creation, rehearsal and getting ready for the show. It was developed by agency Wichmann/Schmidt.