Publications

MY BOOKS

CLEVER

The Six Strategic Drivers for    the Fourth Industrial Revolution

As a business leader, you need to make decisions that set your company for success now and in the future. The challenge? In this fast-changing world, the rules of strategy are being rewritten and the go-to solutions you once relied on are no longer enough. The Fourth Industrial Revolution is here. As emerging technologies like AI and blockchain become ubiquitous they will unleash unprecedented levels of disruption.

 

Drawing on his broad global experience, Alessandro Lanteri delivers the essential guide to strategy for this new era. His CLEVER Framework will help you understand the deep strategic drivers of the Fourth Industrial Revolution, reflect on how they affect you and your business, and respond effectively.


If you’re ready to fulfill your potential as a leader and create a future-ready business, it’s time to get Clever.

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OTHER BOOKS

MY ARTICLES

No longer a currency, is bitcoin the digital equivalent of gold?

LSE Business Review

As its performance and attractiveness as a means of payment declined, bitcoin has turned into a store of value.

As its performance and attractiveness as a means of payment declined, bitcoin has turned into a store of value.

What Disasters Teach Us About Avoiding Mistakes At Work

Forbes

In 1986, the US shuttle exploded due to a faulty rubber seal. What can we learn from the disaster about teamwork and those tiny, crucial jobs?

UAE’s Lessons on Policymaking for the 4th Industrial Revolution

MIT Technology Review Arabia

As systems of production face rapid technology-driven transformation, Gulf countries are leading the way towards more balanced and sustainable growth.

As its performance and attractiveness as a means of payment declined, bitcoin has turned into a store of value.

Do We Judge Male CEO's more Harshly when They Stray?

Harvard Business Review Arabia

We blame and punish CEO's when they misbehave. Do we blame and punish them more if they are males?

5 ways universities can join the fight against corruption

World Economic Forum Agenda

Universities can play a major role in fighting corruption, both in their capacity as institutions of higher education that touch the lives of future leaders and as large organizations with substantial economic footprints.

As its performance and attractiveness as a means of payment declined, bitcoin has turned into a store of value.

Economists think Trump harmed the world economy, but not that of their country

LSE Business Review

A survey asked over 1,000 economic experts how the US president is doing on key economic policy outcomes.

4 Reasons why Machines will Not Replace Humans

Harvard Business Review Arabia

We should think hard about how to upskill ourselves to work alongside machines, as we will inevitably coexist – but it won’t be a case of us surrendering to them.

As its performance and attractiveness as a means of payment declined, bitcoin has turned into a store of value.

What Disasters Teach Us About Avoiding Mistakes At Work

World Economic Forum Agenda

In 1986, the US shuttle exploded due to a faulty rubber seal. What can we learn from the disaster about teamwork and those tiny, crucial jobs?

In the 4th Industrial Revolution, human work will be more important, not less

Harvard Business Review Arabia

As work appliances and systems, powered by Artificial Intelligence (AI), become more effective and efficient, humans are are increasingly worried to be made redundant.

As its performance and attractiveness as a means of payment declined, bitcoin has turned into a store of value.

Tesla is fixing its automation problems with Collaborative Intelligence

Hult International Business School

If you think that success and cost-cutting require replacing humans with machines, Tesla shows that you should think again.

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