With the tide of digital revolution upon us, Higgins, Board Agenda’s resident cartoonist, proposes a radical alternative to going with the digital flow.
There's an awful lot of talk about the upcoming digital revolution, when our lives will be transformed irrevocably by new technology. And it's change that we all face: changing ways of managing our lives and doing business, or the new digital economy.
Echoes of Aldous Huxley's Brave New World, maybe, but digital change is already upon us, whether we like it or not.
We can choose to use the new technology to our advantage, as Board Agenda's Secret NED argues. And, according to one digital entrepreneur, we can choose to be optimistic about the opportunities that digital technology presents, thereby avoiding any "dystopian" outcomes we ma
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