Stevenson: ‘There are two types of companies: the brave and the dead’

Mark Stevenson, futurologist and speaker at the National Management Conference 2017, has a theory about this disconnect, and has formulated a set of rules to describe our reaction to technologies

29th October, 2017
Mark Stevenson, futurologist

‘It was better in my day.”

It’s a refrain as old as time. The first caveman probably looked at his son making a tool and remarked that flint was much flintier when they were a lad. And, whether it’s comparing flint or self-driving cars, technology will never bridge this disconnect between society’s leaders and the generation that will follow them.

Mark Stevenson, futurologist and speaker at the...

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