1. Investment in digital infrastructure and education is key to ensuring the future competitiveness of each country’s economy.
2. Success is a lousy teacher. It seduces smart people into thinking they can't lose. What seems the perfect business plan or latest technology today may soon be as out of date as the eight-track tape player, the vacuum-tube television or the mainframe computer.
3. We always overestimate the change that will occur in the next two years and underestimate the change that will occur in the next ten.
4. A good manager must be determined to face bad news, to seek encounter with them rather than hiding ones’ head in the sand. The real manager will first find out what is bad and only then find out what is good.
5. Investment in digital infrastructure and education is key to ensuring the future competitiveness of each country’s economy.
6. In the field of technology, change is not uncommon, and even for the most immediate future there is no guarantee that Windows will retain leadership.
7. As citizens increasingly enjoy the benefits of the Network, they are no longer willing to accept that the government machine must necessarily be slow and unreadable in its workings.
8. A digit on paper is a dead figure, and an electronic digit can give birth to thoughts and actions.
9. To attract and retain smart people at work, you need to enable them to communicate with other smart people.
10. We exchange physical stocks for information.