When and where?
Wednesday 19th May 9:00am-10:30am – Online via Zoom (invitation only)
We will look at the benefit of occasionally looking a few years ahead and explore the various methods we can use to investigate the future. In order to better appreciate this, we will explore the high level disruptive trends that will likely be common to us all and use the ‘3 Horizon’ method to understand how this could be employed in your own organisation. We will us the ‘Entrepreneur, Leader, Manager’ (ELM) personal attitude indicator to better understand how we might respond to change and how people with a variety of typologies are likely to react to change in your firm.
What you will learn:
David is recognised as a leading strategic futurist who combines the experience gained from an established IT and business career with strategic visioning to help organisations better prepare for the future. His career has spanned European and US corporations and he has worked in commercial and financial markets. He recognises the importance of embracing new business models, technologies and opportunities as they present themselves and understands the challenges that these present to nations and organisations.
Before establishing Global Futures and Foresight, an independent futures research firm, he created and ran the Unisys Global Future Forum. Prior to this he was head of strategic marketing for their $2bn global financial services business. He is an international keynote speaker and author of many works on embracing change and the drivers of change.
Global Futures and Foresight is a research and consulting organisation that helps organisations be better prepared to embrace change, innovate and develop new strategies and solutions and helps clients to avoid the risk of being blindsided by external disruptive change.