The Next Economy:Learn how to harness technological disruption to create strategic and competitive advantage

The Next Economy:Learn how to harness technological disruption to create strategic and competitive advantage

Publishing Date: 9/5/2018 11:00 AM

​Technology, which used to be thought of as a function to be outsourced, or a sector on its own, is now a strategic layer across all aspects of an organisation. Understanding what’s over the horizon is essential for any organisation wishing to harness the opportunities of a rapidly changing global economy in the 21st century. This one day masterclass will equip participants with the ability to think clearly and critically about the way technological disruption is changing the economy, a skill that’s particularly relevant for leaders who wish to maintain a strategic advantage — and protect their organisations against competitors looking to do the same.


  • Have a sound understanding of concepts central to the process of technological innovation. 
  • Receive the most up to date information on the current state of technological change in multiple industries. 
  • Have access to new tools to harness 21st century working practices for innovation, change management and disruption. 

Angus is a political economist and a renowned international speaker on the impact of disruptive technologies on society. He is the founder of Future Crunch, an Australian-based company that helps individuals and organisations navigate the changing nature of the 21st century economy, and an MBA lecturer at the Gordon Institute of Business Science in Johannesburg. His previous roles include managing Random Hacks of Kindness, a global initiative from Google, IBM, Microsoft, NASA and the World Bank to create open-source technology solutions to social challenges. He was also the first editorial manager for Global Policy, one of the world’s leading international policy journals. He holds a PhD in Government and a Masters in International Political Economy from the London School of Economics, where he was the Ralph Miliband Scholar from 2009 to 2012. 


12 September at the Country Club Johannesburg (Auckland Park) 


R4000 per person. 

For more information please contact: Ms. Sarika Roy – 011 559 1776 /


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