Technology and Leadership in the Fourth Wave of Environmental Changes with Ubiquitous Technology

  • Man-Gon Park

Throughout history, advances in information and communication technologies have powered paradigm shifts. There had been movements or changes in directions from old explanations resulting in a redefinition following the emergence of a new model or way of thinking, valuing and perceiving the world. Alvin Toffler in his provocative book ‘Future Shock’ gave us the theory of the three waves.

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Clay Europe OECD Rote Mellon 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Man-Gon Park
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  1. 1.Division of Electronic, Computer and Telecommunication EngineeringCollege of Engineering, PuKyong National UniversityBusanRepublic of Korea

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