Rohan Jayasekera's thoughts on the evolving use of computers -- and the resulting effects
Occasional thoughts by Rohan Jayasekera of Toronto, Canada.
- Name: Rohan Jayasekera
- Location: Toronto, Ontario, Canada
I've been online since 1971 and I like to smoothe the way for everyone else. Among other things I co-founded Sympatico, the world's first easy-to-use Internet service (and Canada's largest).
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Sunday, October 19, 2014
I’ll be a panelist at the Oct. 29 (2014) installment of the “360º of Inspiration” series in Toronto, where the topic will be “Blink 2024: Get Your Business Future-Ready”. All details and ticket-buying are here: http://360degreesofinspiration.com/ .
One thing I can add to what's on that page is that although the panelist blurbs sound a bit bland (including mine), I learned at our pre-meeting meeting that all of us have far more interesting things to say than that, and I’m really looking forward to the event. Here's my own blurb, copied from the website:
Traditional companies need to change their approach to survive and be efficient in an emerging world where the Lean Startup approach of “test everything” will rule. Experience only gets you so far. You have to let go of your ego and have the humility to do what the market tells you it wants.