Moore's law was initially developed to predict rapid technology advances in semiconductors, but is often cited to describe expansion in other areas. The disruptive trends we are seeing are not linear, they're exponential. Every industry has been or is being disrupted. Every job function has the potential to be transformed. And the magnitude of disruption continues to accelerate.
To survive and thrive, successful organizations must focus on developing their greatest asset: information.
The rate of change in every industry that has an Internet-enabled component is exceeding Moore's law by 5x; yet organizations behave as if a "business as usual" approach will lead to future success. But to survive and thrive, businesses must take a radically different approach.
By Elizabeth English
Published Aug 31, 2016