“As a technologist…”

If two people are having a discussion about the resilience of the food chain, and one says, “as a farmer…” it’s likely that this statement carries some weight.

The same goes for the opinion of an admiral if we’re talking about naval operations, or a copy editor if we’re talking about grammar.

The question is: Why isn’t everyone already a technologist?

Given that technology has been the defining cultural and economic driver of the last fifty years, why sign up to be a victim of what’s next?


Bonuses! A new article in the latest issue of the MIT Sloan Management Review. And a recent episode of my podcast Akimbo is worth checking out. It’s about impostors.