At a time, it was considered intellectually applauding to know what industrial revolutions were and economic signals that preempted the entry of a new industrial revolution.
Now more than ever, it is futuristic applauding if you begin to take initiative to create solutions through products and service in this era which I choose to call the ‘connection economy’.
There is a global invested effort to increase the place and role of technology in everyday human endeavour, however as that increases, parallel to it is the human desire to build and have more meaningful connections.
This context necessitates why I call this emergence the ‘connection economy’.
It is great to lead, it is commendable to innovate. It is even plausible to create stunning products and services, but all your efforts will fall flat in a measure of time if you fail to understand how to create and maintain meaningful connections with those you seek to serve and lead.