The First Computer War - Father, Son, and The Future | 2
How do you really “get ahead” in a war? Sometimes you don’t have to do anything, you just wait for your opponent to fumble. And in the late 1940s, IBM’s CEO Thomas Watson Sr., did. He’s just beginning to grasp the potential of these electronic machines, and - although older than most other CEOs is desperate to stay on top. He takes his volatile temper and insecurities out on the one person who could have helped him out of this freefall: his son. Support us by supporting our sponsors: Blinkist - Start your free trial by going to blinkist.com/BW. Squarespace - For 10% off your website or domain go to squarespace.com/BW and enter code BW.