Leading in the digital age will depend on a new dynamic and a transformation of leadership mindset in 8 key areas.
Eliminating Repetitive Office Work through Disruptive AI and Global Moonshot Leadership at Cinnamon, Inc.
Can AI bring an end to bland office work? Can it help us leave a better working environment for future generations? GLOBIS deputy dean Jorge Calvo discusses this and more with Cinnamon, Inc. founder and AI expert Miku Hirano.
McDonald’s Japan Plays Pokémon GO for Business: A Model for How Small Teams Can Leverage Emerging Technologies for Wild Success
McDonald’s Japan raked in huge profits from the Pokemon GO craze by having the foresight to understand the potential of IoT marketing gamification.
Amazon founder Jeff Bezos didn’t invent supply chain management, but he’s certainly proven the tremendous potential of digital platforms. Starting…
Dr. Jorge Calvo presents controversies and predictions of exponential thinking, as per the Singularity University Global Summit.
What can Japan expect from its new emperor. Experts predict that his will be an era of change, with a global-minded intellectual at the helm.
What are the main drivers of the drone sector? How will this rising market impact traditional industries such as agriculture, retail, security, and even mining? Will drones be advanced enough by the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games to carry athletes onto the field? Wrapping up this two-part series, GLOBIS Deputy Dean Jorge Calvo walks us through some of the specific applications of drones and how these advancements are impacting business innovation.
Drones, like smartphones, almost seemed to appear from nowhere and take the world by storm. In truth, the technology goes further back than many people realize. For the first installment of this two-part series, GLOBIS Deputy Dean Jorge Calvo takes us back through some drone history and shares some shocking projections for the not-so-distant future.
GLOBIS Deputy Dean Jorge Calvo urges business leaders to look to the 6 Ds of tech disruption to navigate the uncharted era of Industry 4.0.
Japan was once a top tech competitor, leading in global development and production. Then the country started to slip. Can it find its feet again?