The Deployment Phase of the Fifth Techno-Economic Revolution awaits decisive action on the part of value-creators. Fred Rogers and Richard Lalich provided a preliminary list of these apparent opportunities in their book, Ride the Wave. Yet, despite historically low interest rates, corporations keep sitting on unprecedented amounts of cash and keep failing to invest in innovations that should foster growth. What is causing that behavior and holding back growth? Are great opportunities in far shorter supply than it appears, or are executives simply failing to recognize them? We’ll introduce you to some of the world’s best thinking on the subject.
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