Wednesday, January 13, 2021

g-f(2)77 THE BIG PICTURE OF THE DIGITAL AGE: The daily flood of golden technological and multidisciplinary knowledge



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  • g-f(2)45 "The Big Picture of the Digital Age": Knowledge opens the way to staggering opportunities, risks and challenges.
  • The new daily golden knowledge (technological and multidisciplinary) tries to keep up with the constant changes in the business environment.
    • The amount of new golden knowledge daily is so extraordinary that it exceeds the knowledge appropriation capacity of almost any human being.
    • There are gold mines of knowledge of various kinds, such as research, academic and applied, general to the business world, or specialized in niches.
    • There is gold knowledge produced by companies that sell excellent solutions.
    • Daily new golden knowledge can be found by directly visiting the fabulous gold mines that exist or by using powerful search engines.


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  • g-f(2)45 "The Big Picture of the Digital Age": Knowledge opens the way to staggering opportunities, risks and challenges.
    • Every day we live an explosion of new FABULOUS knowledge in emerging technologies (e.g., AI, 5G, Robotics, Automation, IoT) and in multidisciplinary knowledge (e.g., Leadership, management, strategy, innovation, creativity, teamwork, organizational culture, marketing, resilience, uncertainty, disruptions, business models, supply chains, customer management) that best exploits those technologies and knowledge in general.
    • Well-applied new knowledge leads to benefits of different kinds and scope for individuals, businesses, organizations, towns, cities, countries, and the world at large.
  • The new daily golden knowledge (technological and multidisciplinary) tries to keep up with the constant changes in the business environment.
    • The amount of new golden knowledge daily is so extraordinary that it exceeds the knowledge appropriation capacity of almost any human being.
    • There are gold mines of knowledge of various kinds, such as research, academic and applied, general to the business world, or specialized in niches.
    • There is gold knowledge produced by companies that sell excellent solutions.
    • Daily new golden knowledge can be found by directly visiting the fabulous gold mines that exist or by using powerful search engines.
  • g-f(2)74 THE BIG PICTURE OF THE DIGITAL AGE: Rapid change, incertitude and disruption, in a hypercompetitive environment.
    • g-f(2)72 THE BIG PICTURE OF THE DIGITAL AGE: BCG, How to Build Sustainable Business Advantage in a World Where Great Is No Longer Good Enough.
      • As BCG’s new book Beyond Great shows, the world has been transformed by three powerful, disruptive forces: social tension, economic nationalism, and technological revolution. 
      • In this new era, great performance is no longer good enough. And the old playbook to build business advantage is no longer sufficient. 
      • One thing is certain, though: We’re living in a time of unprecedented volatility, and we’re reeling from shock; most notably, from the COVID-19 pandemic. 
      • The breakneck pace and profound impact of all three disruptive forces shaping this new era are driving market volatility to new heights and shrinking the average lifespan of companies and their leaders.
    • g-f(2)49 “The Big Picture of the Digital Age”: Education is in the midst of digital transformation
      • Companies can no longer afford to wait for the traditional “system” to supply the workers they hope will help shape their future — the need is too acute and too urgent, particularly given that many higher-education institutions remain in denial. 
      • We must change how we educate both traditional college-age students and adult learners.
  • g-f(2)75 THE BIG PICTURE OF THE DIGITAL AGE: “Infinite Learners” to keep pace with change, incertitude and disruption, in a hypercompetitive environment
    • To keep pace with change and avoid disruption, business leaders must become “infinite learners” (g-f(1)11, Reid Hoffman, Chris Yeh, and Ben Casnocha, HBR)—those who not only enjoy learning but feel a constant need to acquire new skills. 
    • The leaders and disrupters we meet in Silicon Valley and around the world are distinguished by the speed at which they zip up the learning curve. 
    • Regardless of age or industry, infinite learners are different from those who become terrified when suddenly required to learn something new—they find the challenge exhilarating.
  • There are fabulous golden knowledge search engines like Google, Bing or Yahoo. 
  • The MIT Sloan Management Review Golden Knowledge Mine. 
    • The website presents cutting-edge, technological and multidisciplinary, investigative, academic and applied knowledge, updated daily in accordance with the changes of the current world and the new potential world.
  • The Harvard Business Review Golden Knowledge Mine. 
    • The website presents cutting-edge knowledge updated daily in accordance with the changes in the current business world and the potential new business world.
  • g-f(2)16 Top 10 Knowledge Containers for “genioux facts”, 11/26/2020

Category 2: The Big Picture of the Digital Age

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