Ungated Post | 13 Jun 2017

Relearning leadership in the second machine age

In the new competitive landscape, a new “machine” for work is emerging, powered by data, algorithms, automation, and artificial intelligence. Now is the time to ask what it takes to lead an established company through this shift. The role of the leader has never been this complex, difficult, uncertain–or important. Given these shifts, changes in leadership approaches are mandatory, to embrace the new machine–and unleash waves of economic value. Based on Oxford Economics interviews with 26 European businesses, the research identifies 3 imperatives:

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