There never has been a more challenging time to be a leader. Everything that can change, is changing. Customers are shifting their behaviors, new and disruptive business models are reshaping industries - and everywhere you look, technology is transforming our experience of the world and how we do things.
In this collection of articles written for the Harvard Business Review, futurist Mike Walsh explores the implications of the Algorithmic Age, and the challenges and opportunities raised by AI. In his view, the leaders of the future need to embrace an entirely new set of skills, capabilities and mindsets in order to be successful. We have to become algorithmic rather than analogue leaders - which means we have to both cultivate a deep understanding of human complexity as well as a flair for computational thinking.