Andy HirstSAP - LONDON
17 March 2017 | 13174 views | 0 | Recommends 0
I read a McKinsey article the other day about 'cultural invisibility' - that tipping point when new technologies become so common they're taken for granted and become 'invisible'. Electricity, steam engines, and other twentieth century inventions typically seem to take about 80 years to make the transition. Computers haven't faded from view just y...