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Kevin Coleman

Envisioning the future implications of technology
Kevin Coleman is a widely recognized author, speaker and thought-leader on the issues and opportunities of technology. He began his career at Deloitte and joined the reengineering practice at CSC. He continued his career, in the iconic role of Chief Strategist at Internet icon Netscape, that grew at an astonishing 65,000% in about 5 years and then began working as a SME.
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June 30, 2021

Society’s Widening Digital Divide

The widening digital divide demands immediate action. The magnitude of ongoing disruptive change often triggered by new and emerging technology continues to change the skill requirements for today’s workers. That will only continue and likely intensify in the coming years.
June 18, 2021

The Gray Area Of Change

This gray area is an unusual, ill-defined situation, environment or field that does not conform to conventional thinking. It also goes against some of our existing rules-of-thumb and guidelines. Breakthroughs in science and technology coupled with the evolution of society changing jobs and skills!
May 9, 2021

Will You Be A Disruptor Or Get Disrupted?

The pending emerging technology revolution has far-reaching effects impacting individuals and organizations small and large. The creative deployment of these ground-breaking emerging technologies will unlock new value while triggering a value reduction in some past paradigms and models. Get ready!
February 21, 2021

Emerging Technology: The Path Forward

Multiple emerging technologies will create a combined driver of change unlike anything we have seen before. This demands action be taken in preparation for what awaits in the next few years. The ability of individuals and organizations to compete depends on what they do now. Time is short—act now.