It can sometimes feel like everything is falling apart. And there is a reason for this. It really is.
In the next ten to twenty years, seven in ten current jobs will disappear. Half of today's corporations will no longer exist.
We can either see this as an end or a beginning. In this essential guide to a bewildering future, Neil Gibb shows we are at one of those rare points in human history when a whole way of thinking is on the turn, just as it was in the Renaissance and the Industrial Revolution. In the new world order, passive consumers are being replaced by active participants.
Those who catch the swell early are the ones who prosper. Those who don't get it willl be left behind.
'So brilliant we started work on thinking about its impact on our company before I even finished it.' Lee Woodward, CXO Crabtree & Evelyn
'A rich and topical narrative for the changes we sense in the world around us but may not yet have been able to verbalise'. Dr Neil Stott, Cambridge Judge Business School