50% of the workforce will be “digital natives,” connected 24/7 and work the way they want to by 2020. Make sure you’re one of these businesses.
The first revolution helped humans mechanise production with steam power, followed by the second revolution which was enabled by electricity and brought
on the era of mass production. The third revolution used electronics and information technology. The speed of current breakthroughs and the exponential
pace of disruptive innovation now bring about a fourth industrial revolution — characterised by unprecedented processing power, storage, access to knowledge and the blurring of lines between physical, digital, and biological space.
It is a unique point in time, and it will fundamentally alter the way we live, work and relate to each other.