A different future is comming where digitalization of everything leads to the hyper connected world.
This hyper connected social media network world is driven by the next generation of the Internet , the Internet of Things . The number of things get connected to the Internet will likely reach 50 billion or more in 2020. Almost everything will be connected your car, microwave oven, glasses, even your dog.
In a hyper connected social network world, the way of doing business will fundamentally change.
A new world of connectivity is emerging. People and the things around us are increasingly connected to hyper connected social network and sharing information, collaborating more across borders and gaining incredibly rich insights from big data. The World Economic Forum calls this the ‘hyper connected world,’and it will have a huge impact on the future.

With the rise of new digital media platforms and hyper connected social media network,compeople are absorbing information at a greater velocity and from a wider set of channels than ever before; they are also using that information in new ways. Anyone with an Internet connection or cell phone can share their ideas, influence public opinion, or even spark a movement for change. Yet while technology and the Internet have evolved rapidly over the last decade, our understanding of what it means to be a leader in this new, networked society has not kept pace.
Leadership has become distributed and collaborative. The new reality is that leaders don’t lead alone. We are all part of a much broader problem-solving network, with many high-performing organizations and individual public and private working on different parts of the same problem or even the same part of the same problem. The most influential members of the collaborative are increasingly haLeading in a Hyperconnected World

A different future is comming where digitalization of everything leads to the hyper connected world.
This hyper connected social media network world is driven by the next generation of the Internet , the Internet of Things . The number of things get connected to the Internet will likely reach 50 billion or more in 2020. Almost everything will be connected your car, microwave oven, glasses, even your dog.
In a hyper connected social network world, the way of doing business will fundamentally change.
A new world of connectivity is emerging. People and the things around us are increasingly connected to hyper connected social network and sharing information, collaborating more across borders and gaining incredibly rich insights from big data. The World Economic Forum calls this the ‘hyper connected world,’and it will have a huge impact on the future.

With the rise of new digital media platforms and hyper connected social media network,compeople are absorbing information at a greater velocity and from a wider set of channels than ever before; they are also using that information in new ways. Anyone with an Internet connection or cell phone can share their ideas, influence public opinion, or even spark a movement for change. Yet while technology and the Internet have evolved rapidly over the last decade, our understanding of what it means to be a leader in this new, networked society has not kept pace.
Leadership has become distributed and collaborative. The new reality is that leaders don’t lead alone. We are all part of a much broader problem-solving network, with many high-performing organizations and individual public and private working on different parts of the same problem or even the same part of the same problem. The most influential members of the collaborative are increasingly harnessing new technology to share ideas, get real-time feedback.
Three important dimensions is essential:
• Human Empowerment-The first dimension is people — how organizations connect and empower people, and how they maximize the value of their experience. We call this Human Empowerment.

• Creative Intelligence-The second dimension of Human Centric Innovation is information — how organizations collect big data and gain insights and knowledge; how they use such knowledge across boundaries. We call this Creative Intelligence.

• Connected Infrastructure-The third dimension is infrastructure. Advanced technologies are increasingly embedded in business and social infrastructure, and how organizations hyper connect and optimize the entire infrastructure has become critically important. We call this hyper connected Infrastructure.rnessing new technology to share ideas, get real-time feedback.
Three important dimensions is essential:
• Human Empowerment-The first dimension is people — how orLeading in a Hyperconnected World

A different future is comming where digitalization of everything leads to the hyper connected world.
This hyper connected social media network world is driven by the next generation of the Internet , the Internet of Things . The number of things get connected to the Internet will likely reach 50 billion or more in 2020. Almost everything will be connected your car, microwave oven, glasses, even your dog.
In a hyper connected social network world, the way of doing business will fundamentally change.
A new world of connectivity is emerging. People and the things around us are increasingly connected to hyper connected social network and sharing information, collaborating more across borders and gaining incredibly rich insights from big data. The World Economic Forum calls this the ‘hyper connected world,’and it will have a huge impact on the future.

With the rise of new digital media platforms and hyper connected social media network,compeople are absorbing information at a greater velocity and from a wider set of channels than ever before; they are also using that information in new ways. Anyone with an Internet connection or cell phone can share their ideas, influence public opinion, or even spark a movement for change. Yet while technology and the Internet have evolved rapidly over the last decade, our understanding of what it means to be a leader in this new, networked society has not kept pace.
Leadership has become distributed and collaborative. The new reality is that leaders don’t lead alone. We are all part of a much broader problem-solving network, with many high-performing organizations and individual public and private working on different parts of the same problem or even the same part of the same problem. The most influential members of the collaborative are increasingly harnessing new technology to share ideas, get real-time feedback.
Three important dimensions is essential:
• Human Empowerment-The first dimension is people — how organizations connect and empower people, and how they maximize the value of their experience. We call this Human Empowerment.

• Creative Intelligence-The second dimension of Human Centric Innovation is information — how organizations collect big data and gain insights and knowledge; how they use such knowledge across boundaries. We call this Creative Intelligence.

• Connected Infrastructure-The third dimension is infrastructure. Advanced technologies are increasingly embedded in business and social infrastructure, and how organizations hyper connect and optimize the entire infrastructure has become critically important. We call this hyper connected Infrastructure.ganizations connect and empower people, and how they maximize the value of their experience. We call this Human Empowerment.

• Creative Intelligence-The second dimension of Human Centric Innovation is information — how organizations collect big data and gain insights and knowledge; how they use such knowledge across boundaries. We call this Creative Intelligence.

• Connected Infrastructure-The third dimension is infrastructure. Advanced technologies are increasingly embedded in business and social infrastructure, and how organizations hyper connect and optimize the entire infrastructure has become critically important. We call this hyper connected Infrastructure.

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