It can at times feel like everything is falling apart. And there is a reason for this. It really is. We can either see this as an end or a beginning. In this uplifting and essential guide to a bewildering future, Neil Gibb claims that we are witnessing the birth of a new world, in which passive consumers are being replaced by active participants. We are at one of those rare points in human history, he argues, when a whole way of thinking is on the turn, just as it was in the Renaissance and the Industrial Revolution. Those who catch the swell early are the ones who prosper. Those who don’t get it will be left behind.
About the Author
Neil Gibb is a consultant, writer, speaker and social advocate who has worked for over 20 years with companies large and small, helping them apply new thinking and technology to improve their businesses. His clients have ranged from Shell, Barclays, the European Space Agency and the Nationwide Building Society to dozens of small tech firms, including currently a cryptocurrency and AI start-up and a data analytics company.
Along the way he has published two crime novels, trained as a Jungian therapist and played a small but crucial role in the development of Viagra.
A decade in the writing, and based on research and experience across five continents, The Participation Revolution is his first non-fiction book and is being used to develop a module on digital innovation at Cambridge Business School.