Google, Facebook, apps and websites are flooding our rapidly changing and often chaotic world. Perhaps we don’t need greater IQ or EQ to make sense of change and create more stable global networks, but rather TQ – technology quotient.
Dr. James Manyika – a director of the McKinsey Global Institute, a Rhodes Scholar, a former fellow at Oxford’s Balliol College and at MIT, a Visiting Scientist at NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory, and a member of President Obama’s Global Development Council.
Dr. Mary Quin – a leading executive and innovation expert, Dr. Quin is the inaugural Chief Executive of Callaghan Innovation, the New Zealand-based advanced technology institute named after one of the country’s most eminent contemporary scientists, the late Sir Paul Callaghan. She previously spent 20 years working overseas in senior executive roles in NASDAQ-listed companies such as Eastman Kodak and Xerox.
Dr. Jacques Bughin – like James Manyika, Dr. Bughin is a member of the McKinsey Global Institute Council and is also a fellow of the Aspen Institute. A frequent speaker at worldwide conferences, he co-leads the Digital Economy Initiative, a recently launched McKinsey knowledge program. Recent work has included assisting public broadcasters worldwide to redesign their strategic mission and operations. Dr. Bughin is also a fellow of ECORE, a think tank on economic policy in Belgium.
Chaired by David Pralong from McKinsey & Company.
Note: Unfortunately, Parag Khanna has had to withdraw from this session due to unforeseen circumstances.