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Futureproof – how to get your business ready for the next disruption
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In the past, it was the commonly held belief that the CEO had to have the far-seeing, all-knowing vision to set the strategy. Yet, in today’s muddied and fast-changing world, that is no longer feasible. Bosses cannot know everything that is happening. With disruptive technologies, there is much to take responsibility for. A lack of it will certainly cause ineffectiveness but, through the impact of the technology, it could also create significant problems for others. This extract from the book, “Futureproof – how to get your business ready for the next disruption”, by Minter Dial, gives some invaluable career tips for IT and other professionals, looking to futureproof their careers.
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- Taking responsibility for learning. We either take responsibility to learn or we miss out. People must get into a mode of continuous learning, so they develop muscles in self-development.
- Taking responsibility for developing an online presence. The maintenance of one’s online presence is the individual’s responsibility and, arguably, cannot be delegated to a third party without the risk of being revealed as inauthentic.
- Taking responsibility for ethics. Each person must take responsibility for their own behaviour and ethics.
- Taking responsibility for security. Each person ought to be in control of their own data, know what is distinctly important and understand the risks.