Big Ag isn’t the only industry that can’t handle the economic climate in the 21st century.
The same goes for many other industries, and the companies that survive, according to the latest Recode Survey of Enterprise Leaders, are those that can make it to a new era without losing the core values that built the business model they’re based on.
They’re those that thrive in a changing economy, those that embrace the digital revolution and that adapt to new opportunities, Recode’s Kara Swisher writes in the new Recode/Tucker Carlson Tonight podcast.
And as those companies continue to adapt to these challenges, so too does the technology they use to do so.
“I think we are seeing the beginning of a new, different era in terms of innovation,” says Eric Lefkofsky, chief technology officer at Google.
“The new era of technology is a new paradigm for business.
It is a paradigm that doesn’t involve you in the old one.
It relies on a different technology, a new technology, to deliver a service.
The Recode survey asked 1,000 executives from 500 companies the following questions about their vision for the future of work: What do you think the future holds for work? “
So in a way, we’re living in a very new era in technology, in innovation.”
The Recode survey asked 1,000 executives from 500 companies the following questions about their vision for the future of work: What do you think the future holds for work?
What would you change about the way people work to make the world a better place?
What will you change to make your company more innovative?
What is the biggest challenge facing your company today?
How would you address that challenge?
What are the greatest strengths and greatest weaknesses of your business today?
The Recoded/Tuckers discuss the data that supports these answers.
The results, which Recode will release next week, show that big data isn’t going away anytime soon.
Companies can see how their data is used to help deliver better experiences and products, improve customer service, and drive better customer relationships.
But the Recode report also highlights how the technology and the business models that support it have become more complex over the past several decades.
The Recoding survey was conducted in May 2018.
The interview was conducted with Recode executives from across the Fortune 500, Fortune 100 and Fortune 500 companies, with interviews conducted by Recode employees.
It covers the last 12 months of the Recoding/Tucking interview series, with all of the interviewees participating in the Recoded series.
Recode and Tuckers will publish the results of this interview next week.
For more Recode: The interview with Eric L. Lefkoftsky, Chief Technology Officer of Google.