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The Opportunity Narrative

We can count on the fact that entrepreneurs and technology enterprises will continue to invent, innovate, and disrupt the status quo. For the foreseeable future, there will be jobs and careers for speeding the introduction and adoption of new technologies and building operationalization capabilities (accountabilities, workflows, and systems). Experimenters, early adopters, early majority, late majority, and laggards will all have jobs to do. However, we will discover that we must now cycle quickly through all those jobs.

Relationships Matter - Tomorrow's Jobs Today

Relationships Matter

The following is an excerpt from the chapter “Relationships Matter,” in the life-changing book, Tomorrow’s Jobs Today, Wisdom and Career Advice from Thought Leaders in AI, Big Data, Blockchain, The Internet of Things, Privacy, and More available from John Hunt Publishing. The innovative business minds that have shared their experience and advice in Tomorrow’s Jobs… Read More »Relationships Matter

Less is More - Tomorrow's Jobs Today

Less is More

As brands and consumers develop a deeper awareness of the importance of protecting their data, the idea of sharing less is becoming a more prudent, preferential, and effective approach to governance. In fact, in domains like privacy, content management, and application development, data minimization has become a dominant design strategy.

Lesson 1 - Gaps Are Opportunities - Tomorrow's Jobs Today

Gaps Are Opportunities

The Gaps are Opportunities strategy is rooted in a meditation on the importance of listening and observation and proves in short order wherever we look, especially in the weakest areas of a business, that there is always room for optimization.

Resolving Disputes During & Post COVID

Resolving Disputes During & Post COVID-19 Online Dispute Resolution (ODR) Leads the Way – Session 2

It was a pleasure providing an overview of collaboration and videoconferencing tools including CourtCall, Zoom, GoogleMeet, and Microsoft Teams for Execusummit Online earlier this month. Here are slides from the deck, a link to the presentation, and a transcript of my prepared remarks.

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Prepared Remarks

Thank you for that introduction Mark. And welcome everybody to this, the second session of today’s Executive Summit program. It’s an honor to be with you all and kick off today’s event with a timely discussion about the collaborative technology that is really dominating the way we all have begun to work and collaborate. It’s a paradigm shift perhaps not initiated by the COVID crisis but certainly cemented by it.

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Optics: Perception Becomes Reality

These days everybody wants to be perceived as a “thought leader” and “focused on strategy.” That’s a reasonable and legitimate goal. But strategy must be complemented by subject matter expertise, and too generalized of a strategy is frequently where our most painful productivity issues originate. Sooner or later, somebody has to roll up their sleeves,… Read More »Optics: Perception Becomes Reality

The Worst They Can Say Is No

If my 88-year-old mother ever had a LinkedIn profile, her headline would read something like “Former ingenue, entrepreneur, dreamer, and the rest is none of your business, my dear.” But to those who’ve had the privilege to know her over the decades, her mantra has always been, quite emphatically, to treat everybody with dignity. That… Read More »The Worst They Can Say Is No

Professing Principles of Digital Ethics and Privacy – CPO Magazine

via Professing Principles of Digital Ethics and Privacy – CPO Magazine “For me, trust has to be earned. It’s not something that can be demanded or pulled out of a drawer and handed over. And the more government or the business sector shows genuine regard and respect for peoples’ privacy in their actions, as well… Read More »Professing Principles of Digital Ethics and Privacy – CPO Magazine

Secrets of the Scrap Metal King of Albuquerque

The following is an exclusive excerpt from the book “Tomorrow’s Jobs Today: Wisdom and Career Advice from Thought Leaders in AI, Big Data, Blockchain, the Internet of Things, Privacy, and More” available soon from John Hunt Publishing. The convergence of technology and the rule of law is expected to intensify over the coming years. It’s a… Read More »Secrets of the Scrap Metal King of Albuquerque

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