How AI Can Improve Business Performance

How AI Can Improve Business Performance

It seems like everywhere we look, Artificial Intelligence (AI) is poised to be a major disruptive force in our lives: it’ll help us search for information, it’ll power self-driving cars to transport us, it’ll help us diagnose diseases earlier, and it may even automate some jobs to the dustbin of history.

But what does AI really mean and how can it be harnessed for business innovation? Read more here.

The Future of Mobility: The Big Shift

The Future of Mobility: The Big Shift

The world of mobility is undergoing radical transformation thanks to the convergence of new technologies. Read this article to better understand the three major shifts. 

The "Maker Belt": The Future of American Manufacturing

The "Maker Belt": The Future of American Manufacturing

What do bourbon, nuclear energy, and modern transportation have in common? They were developed, produced and manufactured in America’s heartland in the south. Read on here to learn more about the renaissance of American advanced manufacturing in the southern US states.

The Great Rebellion: 3 Global Trends All Business Leaders Need to Know

The Great Rebellion: 3 Global Trends All Business Leaders Need to Know

As middle class jobs in the developed world become affected by automation, free trade and technology, we’re likely to see political revolutions like Brexit all across the western world. Indeed, we’re entering a new era best referred to as the “Great Rebellion.” As business leaders, how should you plan for this disruptive future shaped by the Great Rebellion? Pay close attention to three leading indicators, or what I call the “3 I’s:” They are converging to create a future unlike what we’ve seen in the last few generations. Read about the 3 I's here.

Moonshots, Unicorns and What Silicon Valley Tells Us About the Presidential Race

Moonshots, Unicorns and What Silicon Valley Tells Us About the Presidential Race

What do presidential candidates Bernie Sanders, Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton have in common with Silicon Valley? No, this isn’t a joke. Each candidate takes a different strategy out of Silicon Valley’s innovation playbook: one is a moonshot, the other a unicorn, and the third an establishment tortoise playing the long game. Read more here to understand why.