Decode_complexity
Podcast

This podcast is about glimpsing into the future of each major industry.

Industry plays a big role in shaping our world. They do this by solving complex problems and using technology to speed up the pace of change.

In this podcast we will cultivate conversations with global experts from each major industry on the complex problems they face, the network - or the web of the causes of these problems, and explore their ideas for what capabilities they will need in the future for creative new solutions to emerge.

Complexity shapes our world - if we can decode it, we can manage it.

Artificial intelligence or AI, is rapidly becoming mainstream. AI is already at work all around us – from recommending what we watch next on YouTube to powering self driving cars. The next wave of AI is starting to blend into the day-to-day functions of most organizations. The first step to adapting to this new technology is to be aware of it. In this podcast we ask Piro Dhimitri to help us truly understand what AI is, what it can do, what it cannot do and what it could evolve into.

Cyber crime is not slowing down. Despite rapid increases in technology and defensive measures, the number of breaches and losses continue to rise and there doesn’t appear to be decline in the trend in sight.

In this episode we will speak to Troy Marsh, a Cybersecurity expert to get a better sense of what's really going on. We will understand the challenges experts face, the complex web of causes and what capabilities the industry will need in the future to be better prepared.

Organizations are getting better at using data to predict the future to their advantage.

To understand what comes next and where predictive analytics might be heading to, we speak to Shane De Zilwa, and expert in the field. We will unpack how data is used to predict the future, why its difficult, the network of causes that makes it challenging and the capabilities we may need in the future to get better at predicting the future.

Higher education is in crisis. Is this a temporary setback or are we on the cusp of a more permanent and fundamental shift? We speak with Dimple Quyn, an academic expert and ask more fundamental questions on the value of higher education, degrees and how we learn.

We unpack the complexity in higher education by looking at the network of causes. To predict what comes next - we examine the building blocks (or capabilities) that higher education will need to have in the future.

We kick things off in in the first podcast by explaining how we will glimpse into the future of each major industry. We introduce how industries play a big role in shaping our world by solving complex problems and using technology to speed up the pace of change. We make calculated guesses of the future by, unpacking the complexity within each major industry, examining the network of causes and discussing the building blocks (or capabilities) that each industry will need to have in the future.

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