Executive Report

The Beginning of the End of Growth

Posted September 12, 2013 | Leadership | Technology |

Assertion 198

The information revolution of the past decade or two will do little to improve anemic global economic growth. Several factors are converging that will frustrate the technocentric optimists, including automation improvements that enable companies to do more with less people, massive global demographic shifts as the world ages and as population rates begin to slow, and, perhaps most important, IT innovations that might be benefiting the most highly capable among us and leaving behind those less so.

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Cutter Business Technology Council
The Cutter Business Technology Council identifies emerging trends in digital technology, and in the marketplace. Its members, business and IT specialists whose ideas have become important building blocks of today's digitally-connected global economy, offer the advantage of experience, eloquence, independence, and prescience in their Council Opinions and onsite in your enterprise.
Vince Kellen
Vince Kellen is a Fellow of Cutter Consortium, a member of Arthur D. Little's AMP open consulting network, and a frequent Summit speaker. He is currently CIO at the University of California San Diego (UCSD), a member of UCSD’s Chancellor's Cabinet, and Vice Chancellor and CFO of the UCSD senior management team. Dr. Kellen brings a rare combination of academic, business, and IT strategy experience to his role, with a focus on strategic… Read More
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