The Canadian Society of Association Executives “Association Magazine” has just released their latest edition, which included my article with the title above.
You can grab the PDF of the article at the right on the image. Note that it is English and French.
The article is based on the blog post I wrote back in November last year, shortly after my keynote for the 2011 T. Rowe Price Investment Symposium, where I played into the theme in a big way.
You can read that post here, although the PDF of the article expands on the concepts in a bit more detail.
I’m finding a huge degree of interest in this theme as a speaking topic; actually, quite a few recent keynotes are being entirely built around the theme, since it is such a significant transformative trend.
Essentially, industries used to control their destiny. They could drive the pace of innovation.
That’s not true anymore, and as I have described on stage in the last few weeks to companies in the insurance, banking, credit union, agricultural and other industries — “What happens to you when the pace of innovation begins to occur at the same speed that Apple innovates. Because that is pretty well what is beginning to happen now.”
Read the article. Think about what is happening here.
The future belongs to those who are fast!