The Golden Age of Digital Innovation and Disruption: How to Become an Innovator and Create Lasting Impact

Speaker:  San Murugesan – Sydney, NSW, Australia
Topic(s):  Society and the Computing Profession


We’re fortunate to be living in the age of ongoing digital innovations and disruption. Driven by advances in digital and other technologies, open and creative mindset, emergence of innovative and radical business models and entry new global players and start-ups in the marketplace, a lot has changed irrevocably in several areas in mere 10-15 years and lot more is bound to change going forward. Through their innovations, many individuals (master minds of IT) have challenged and changed the status-quo and made lasting impact. There will be no stopping; digital innovations and disruptions will continue making almost everything new again and different, primarily for better.  So, what can we learn from the master minds of IT, and how we too can become an innovator and make lasting impact?

In this talk, I’ll highlight major digital disruptions, and discuss digital trends that matters and the disruptions they are likely to cause. I’ll also outline what we can learn from IT masterminds and innovators and share some insights that that help you create lasting impact in areas of your interest in the golden age of digital innovations and disruptions.

About this Lecture

Number of Slides:  50
Duration:  60-90 minutes
Languages Available:  English
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