Mike Lynch, in his full interview, discusses the commercial importance of making mistakes, learning from them, and constantly appreciating people’s difference. Mike talks about starting his own business at Cambridge with just £2000, the secrets of building a world-class team, and how good leaders find – and, crucially, hold onto – unique talent. Finally, Mike discusses the future of machine intelligence, the fusing of the virtual and the real worlds, and the end of privacy.
Why voting to leave EU is lunacy
“Aim for work life integration not necessarily balance”
Meritocracy, manners and purpose
Why great leaders always raise the bar
CEO success is all about talent
The rise of Invoke Capital
In Tech you should take a gun to a knife fight
How to come up with a billion dollar idea and why the future is bright
What’s the Next Big Thing for MVNO’s?
Women In Telecoms
Keeping a Learning Mindset
How To Find New Talent and Upskill Your Workforce
How Can We Encourage Young Girls Into Technology Roles?
What Should the Tech Industry Be Doing To Ensure We Have Skills For The Jobs of Tommorow?
Ethics of Artificial Intelligence: Should Companies Be Held Responsible?
What Does the Future of Innovation Look Like for Professional Services?
Insights With TrendHunter CEO, Jeremy Gutsche
AI and AR Research Tackling Real-World Problems says Facebook’s Director of Research
What Should Banks Focus On When Building a Digital Agenda?
Future of the Open Banking Revolution