James Gillies has been a familiar voice across BBC television and radio for nearly a quarter of a century, working as an actor, continuity announcer, programme narrator, and newsreader. Trained at the Royal Scottish Conservatoire in the 1970s, he was recruited from teaching by the BBC in the early 1990s and left in 2013 to focus on narrating audiobooks. He lives with his wife and two Norwegian Forest cats in the West of Scotland.
By Bob Johansen
Read by James Gillies
Thriving in a Future of Extreme Disruption and Distributed Everything
Most leaders—and most organizations—aren't ready for the future. Are you?
"Bob Johansen is the Rick Steves of travel to the future. He stimulates leapfrog thinking and provides a compass for scenario planning. The Salvation Army has been inspired by Bob's perspectives to help us find new ways to deliver our message of hope." - Bill Burke, Chair, National Advisory Board, The Salvation Army
Released Tue Sep 05 00:00:00 UTC 2017