You wait around for ages for a new change guru and then two turn up at once ... typical. For reference, two names new to me that I'll be taking a look at;
David Birch - Identity is the new money - said something very interesting just now about Bitcoin; the new currency thing isn't the important thing; it's the algorithms for a distributed ledger system that are potentially ground breaking
and Jeremy Rifkin on Start the Week yesterday "who foresees the gradual decline of capitalism and the rise of a
collaborative economy. As new technology enables greater sharing of
goods and services, Rifkin argues that it provides a challenge to the
market economy. The sociologist Saskia Sassen warns that the majority of
people may not enjoy the fruits of this new world as increasing
inequality, land evictions and complex financial systems lead to their
expulsion from the economy."
Like good old Alvin Toffler (for those of us from the 1970s) its likely they'll have the change process right but the consequences wrong. Still, worth getting a heads-up.