Lessons in leadership from a former mayor: Successful cities of the future
- 6:30 – The AV club: “A full integration of autonomous vehicles is probably more than a decade away, but when it comes it will have a drastic effect on how cities function. Nothing is going to change the design and use of a city more than the autonomous vehicle. I just think the integration is going to be messy."
- 13:20 – From a branding perspective: “An NBA team gave us sort of a superficial level of equality with cities we had never been mentioned with before. People think of you differently because they know the NBA doesn’t choose its cities randomly and that special things must be happening, and indeed, they were."
- 16:40 – Listen to young people: “Highly educated twenty-somethings are going to drive the technology that’s going to lead our economy over the next generation and beyond. Older people vote, and you’ve got to be able to convince older people to build a city for younger people. A lot of mayors miss out on that."
“One of the things you’ve got to do is convince older people to build a city for younger people.” One of the most successful city mayors in the U.S., former Oklahoma City mayor Mick Cornett, shares insights on how to build a city that’s modern, attractive, successful and healthy. Watch Mayor Mick in conversation with Joe Kornik, Editor-in-Chief of VISION by Protiviti.