Rank #1: Say sorry, or else...
The power of a good apology should not be underestimated, especially in the age of automation. Plus, why is it always two steps forward and one step back with progress?
Rank #2: Accenture Interview 1
Tom travelled to The Accenture Dock in Dublin, to interview some of the thinkers guiding global corporations through their digital transformation. In this recording, Tom speaks to Ryan Shanks, director of The Dock, and Lorna Ross, Group Director of Fjord.
Rank #3: Simplicity Is Hard, That’s Why It’s Valuable
If your ideas are too complex for others to understand, that’s your failure, not theirs. Plus, why knowing too much isn’t good for us.
Rank #4: Life In A Quantum World
We have barely entered the quantum age, yet already our expanded understanding of physics has begun to define our world. What's next? Plus, moving money: how will we pay in the future?
Rank #5: The Value Of Imperfection
Rank #6: Episode 24 - Inverting the Pyramid
Automation promises to fundamentally reshape the traditional hierarchy of our organisations. Could we see future businesses with more people at the top than the bottom? Plus, how do we prepare tomorrow's workforce for a world where creativity is the most important human talent?
Rank #7: Episode 21 - Tech trends for 2018
New Year means curious journalists, wanting to know what's next. This episode features a round-up of the key technologies for 2018 that Tom's been talking about on the radio. Plus, why tech is the starting point for examining possible futures.
Rank #8: Episode 20 - Ten Disruptions
Tom shares 10 trends that are transforming the future home, following his closing keynote at the Property Week RESI 2017 conference.
Rank #9: Episode 19 - An open source future
Tom talks to Andrew Back (@9600) founder of the Wuthering Bytes festival of technology in Hebden Bridge, about this year's programme and the global open source project, collaborating to solve tomorrow's tech problems in everything from the Large Hadron Collider to NASA spacecraft
Rank #10: Episode 16 - Smart Citizens
Following a series of conversations with local authorities and housing associations, Tom reflects on the future citizen and the need for participation - and education