Our global economy is at the point where every industry is affected by technology. While that’s not a shocking revelation, it is a reality that too often receives little more than cursory acknowledgement from business leaders tasked with ensuring their companies’ competitiveness, profitability and longevity.

Renowned business-management consultancy McKinsey & Company recently published the transcript of an interview with James Manyika, a director of the McKinsey Global Institute and a director in McKinsey’s San Francisco office, and Andrew McAfee, associate director and principal research scientist of the Center for Digital Business at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s Sloan School of Management.

Why every leader should care about digitization and disruptive innovation” was the theme of the discussion, and it’s worthwhile reading for any business leader—whether at a startup or Fortune 500—looking for insights into the ways in which digitization is affecting disruptive technologies and employment, and how they should act accordingly.