It’s always more fun to be part of the solution than to be part of the problem. When the problem is the inefficiency and ineffectiveness created by decades of ever-expanding bureaucracies, and the solution is the next iteration of the information revolution – the mobile wave – you’re either part of the change or you’re going to get automated out.
This is survival of the fittest and more evidence that we’re all new leaders all the time. The mobile wave is to bureaucrats what the giant meteor was to dinosaurs. The difference is that even the most corporate bureaucrat can see it coming. Where they might have ignored the Internet and its 5 percent penetration, if Microstrategy's CEO Michael Saylor is anywhere near right that mobile is going to get 50 percent penetration, go mobile or go away.