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How to lead in turbulent times

Brexit, Harry and Meghan, Iran… leadership expert Charles Towers-Clark teaches us how to handle tricky situations 19 February 2020 – Ria Hopkinson

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How to lead in turbulent times

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Brexit, Harry and Meghan, Iran… leadership expert Charles Towers-Clark teaches us how to handle tricky situations 19 February 2020 – Ria Hopkinson

Read articleposted 20th February 2020
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AI, IoT, and the Future of Humanity-Podcast

March 21, 2019 Join behavioral futurist William Higham and Pod Group founder & CEO Charles Towers-Clark for a fascinating discussion on Artificial Intelligence, IoT, and their impact on the present, and future, of mankind. AI, IoT and the Future of . . .

Read articleposted 14th February 2020
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2020, The Year Of AI In The Workplace

AI is going places in 2020. This was the subject of Business Cloud’s first podcast of the year. Host Alistair Hardaker, Business Cloud editor Jonathan Symcox, Tech Manchester’s Trish Keating, and myself took a light-hearted look at where AI is . . .

Read articleposted 5th February 2020
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The WEIRD CEO – How To Lead In A World Dominated By Artificial Intelligence

Data Economy

“When companies do not thrive, despite generating revenue, their failure is usually caused by the CEO not understanding, or not responding to the need for change.” The one quote in the book that stood out the most. The WEIRD CEO . . .

Read articleposted 20th January 2020
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Smart Cities Can Help Us Tackle The Climate Crisis—Part Two

forbes.com

There is no longer any credible reason to deny our part in the climate crisis.

Read articleposted 4th December 2019
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Planning Better Cities With AI And Big Data—Part One

forbes.com

Our cities are growing at an uncontrollable rate. The UN estimates that there are now 33 megacities with a population of over 10 million, (five in India and six—or more—in China), and the largest city in the world, Tokyo, has close . . .

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Autonomous Cars Can Predict How Selfish Your Driving Is

forbes.com

Self-driving cars could soon be able to classify you as a selfish or altruistic driver. While this might bruise some egos, researchers from MIT CSAIL claim that this will make autonomous vehicles (AVs) much safer when driving alongside humans.

Read articleposted 4th December 2019
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Adidas Moves Robotic ‘Speed Factories’ Out Of Europe, U.S.

forbes.com

Adidas has announced plans to withdraw its “speed factories” out of Germany and the U.S., instead opting to reassign their newfound expertise in 3D printing and automation to suppliers in Asia.

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The Mining Industry Could Strike Gold With Automation

forbes.com

The mining industry is facing a tough decision. A staunchly traditional industry, mining is now at a critical juncture in which it will either adopt new technologies or be left behind.

Read articleposted 4th December 2019
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The WEIRD Book

The WEIRD CEO

Book by Charles Towers-Clark

In The WEIRD CEO, Charles sets out the technological and societal changes that will take place over the next fifteen years, and explains why companies need to rethink the way they motivate employees. He outlines why CEOs and managers need to encourage Wisdom, Emotional Intelligence, Initiative, Responsibility and Development (WEIRD) to make sure employees feel fulfilment and ownership in their work – and gives a fascinating and sometimes brutally honest record of the change process his company went through.

The WEIRD CEO explains how and why we need to change, in order to deal with a new working world dominated by Artificial Intelligence.

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