By: Kara Miller, WGBH
“There have been times in American history when lifestyles changed so dramatically that the very products that shape our lives had to be completely rethought.
One of those times was the mid 1940s, when millions of returning veterans wanted houses – and builders like Bill Levitt began to understand the power of mass producing homes in the suburbs.
Like the mid-1940s, today we see a fundamental shift in the way families are constructed, the way globalism alters desires, and how consumers consume.
Harry West has made a living of being ahead of that curve. As the CEO at Continuum, he helped companies rethink everything from their consumer packaged goods to their central banking model.”
Listen to the full interview with Kara Miller and Harry West on Innovation Hub.