Hyper-Beings: How Intelligent Organizations Attain Supremacy Through Information Superiority
Advancing technology and globalization are feeding the growth of organizations of unprecedented size, power, and superiority. These hyper-beings radically alter the environment for businesses, governments, and workers. Cunning competitors, these vast human-machine systems are becoming the Earth's dominant new species.
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