“ What’s important when you graduate today is not what you know, but your capacity to think. Your knowledge-base is sort of a milk carton. It will get sour really soon if you don’t constantly renew it
We meet Don Tapscott, the author of best-sellers like ‘Grown Up Digital’, ‘Wikinomics’, ‘The Paradigm Shift’ and the most recent ‘Macrowikinomics’.
We talk about why his teacher thought he’d never graduate from high school, why he loves Airbnb and why we should learn from Einstein, who was once famously quoted “I only remember things that I can’t look up.”
Don is currently leading the definitive investigation into Global Solution Networks, examining the rise of new multi-stakeholder models for global cooperation, problem solving and governance.