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Future of Work Series Part 2: How Consumer Technology is Disrupting the Workplace

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This interview is part two of our Future of Work four part series. ThoughtFarmer is hosting a Future of Work panel at the Digital Strategy Conference Vancouver on April 29th. Register Now and Watch Part 1

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Dave Gray, author of The Connected Company, says that the plummeting cost of technology means that consumers and employees are able to adapt to change far faster than companies. These technologies allow consumers and employees to self-organize, forming their own networks and disseminating information at lightning speeds.

For organizations, this can either spell disaster or create massive opportunity, depending on how they react. In this 20-minute interview, Dave Gray shares how the Connected Company model can help organizations adapt to and even leverage these new types of networks.

Dave Gray is one of four interviewees in our Future of Work series. See Part 1: Leanership and Connected Technologies and stay tuned for two upcoming interviews on the Future of Work.

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  • […] This interview is part three of our Future of Work four-part series. ThoughtFarmer is hosting a Future of Work panel at the Digital Strategy Conference Vancouver on April 29th. Register for the Digital Strategy Conference and watch the interviews with Stowe Boyd and Dave Gray. […]

  • […] How Consumer Technology is Disrupting the Workplace with Dave Gray, Author of the Connected Company […]

  • […] Technology and social tools are creating a highly volatile business environment. This is driving the biggest change that we’ve seen in organizations since the industrial revolution. If companies want to succeed in this new environment, they need to think like Google and Amazon, who have been able to scale massively without losing their ability to adapt and innovate. See the full one-on-one interview with Dave Gray: How Consumer Technology is Disrupting the Workplace. […]

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