One significant problem in our transition to the Information Age has been the coexistence of analog leaders and digital followers: analog generals and digital soldiers, analog doctors with digital patients, and so on.
You’ve heard about the new generation of “digital natives”—young people born after 1989 who know only a digital world.
For the rest of us, the lesson is clear: We need to become digital leaders.
Lesson: Leaders must pay close attention to everyone, both the connected and unconnected, as the world turns digital.
— Adapted from Digital Wisdom, Shelly Palmer, York House Press.