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The New P&L discusses Innovation, Data & Defining the Future with Kazuhiro Gomi

Successful technological innovation is a fundamental tenet of the continued evolution of society. However, ongoing advances in technological innovation rely on several critical factors to ensure that this innovation is balanced, fair, effective, and crucially, that it works for all the members of the society it needs to serve.

This week, The New P&L – Principles & Leadership in Business podcast series speaks to President & CEO of NTT Research, Kazuhiro Gomi. We discuss with Kazuhiro Gomi how to innovate for a future when the present is so unpredictable; whether today’s technology disruption is evolutionary rather than revolutionary; how to balance innovation and privacy concerns; and what role global technology innovators like NTT can play in both defining and designing a better future for humankind.
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