Expert Talk: John Hagel on change and learning fast on the edges of an ecosystem

“Our belief is that the individual becomes really the catalyst for change; that we as individuals will see the power of pull and will start to use it in our own lives, personal and professional. And then, as a result of our learning and actions, we’re going to become catalysts for change within the institutions”

Today in our video section: author and consultant John Hagel who specializes in the intersection of business strategy and information technology. In 2007, Hagel, along with John Seely Brown and Lang Davison, founded the Center for the Edge.

Making sense of change in an uncertain world

Strategic focus on two horizons

Individuals as catalysts for change

Learn fast on the edges of an ecosystem

About Thomas van Manen

Thomas van Manen is a researcher with a focus on the impact of new technologies and is part of the VINT research program on Big Data, Internet of Things, Gamification, Wearables and Disruptive Technologies. As a innovator Thomas helps organizations translate new technologies and digital trends into ideas and ideas into concepts using research, workshops and pilot programs. Thomas is also Chief Editor of the VINT research blog, part of Sogeti Labs community of technology experts and was voted to be part of the HOT100 in 2012, a yearly selection of the most promising alumni in Media & Arts studies.

 

Comments

  1. Thanks so much for posting these videos – I’d love to receive feedback from anyone who sees them.

    Just two minor corrections – the research center that I run is the Center for the Edge and I am not a former consultant – I continue to consult with senior executives around the world as part of Deloitte while also running the research center.

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