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Change before you have to. Jack Welch Companies in Transition Industrial Revolutions The first industrial revolution led to mechanical machinery and mass production (1760-1840). It was shortly followed by steam engines and electricity (1840-1870). The third revolution was seen with the emergence of digital technology and the introduction of computers (1955-1975). The revolution that is currently taking place began around 1990 and produced things like the Internet, the PC and Smart devices. This revolution is still in full swing today and is nowhere near finished. Each new technical opportunity also meant a decisive move toward the industrial production of projects. With each of these moves came a strong transition in established professional and private lives. The first two industrial revolutions allowed, first and foremost, a mechanical and at times the automated mass production of products. Everyone was able to purchase large quantities of goods at affordable prices. The third industrial revolution, the so-called “digital revolution”, finally introduced electronic data processing (EDP) to the economic system. Now, machines could be operated by computers instead of people and business processes could be handled electronically instead of on paper. This enabled even greater precision and a much higher rate at which machines could be operated and information could be processed. For the past 20 years we have been experiencing the fourth industrial revolution first hand: The worldwide Internet, that connects desktop PCs, Smartphones and - not least of all - Smart watches, business life and even everyday personal life are now exposed to a type of communication and collaboration never seen before, which grows in intensity by the day. 9

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