Organizations and individuals need to adopt an entirely different approach to the biggest challenges they face and embrace a new model to ensure they emerge triumphant. That model is The Renaissance Campaign.
“In the absence of clearly-defined goals, we become strangely loyal to performing daily trivia until […]
Our guest is a Leading futurist and shows how a new way of thinking, enhanced by new technologies, will help leaders break free of limiting labels and see new gradients of possibility in a chaotic world.
We welcome the author of Full-Spectrum Thinking: How to Escape Boxes in a Post-Categorical Future, Bob Johansen
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Mark Esposito shares a fresh, holistic way to think about tomorrow by preparing for it today: He calls it DRIVE.
The DRIVE framework examines five interrelated megatrends:
• Demographic and social changes
• Resource scarcity
• Volatility, complexity, and scale
• Enterprising dynamics
Venture capitalist Alex Lazarow shows in this insightful and instructive book, this Silicon Valley “gospel” is due for a refresh–and it comes from what he calls the “frontier,” the growing constellation of startup ecosystems, outside of the Valley and other major economic centres, that now stretches across the globe.
The word coach comes from stagecoach. A stagecoach is a four-wheeled public coach used to carry paying passengers and light packages on journeys from point A to point B. Most of us will know these from western movies or old TV shows like “Little House on the Prairie”. The concept of a stagecoach is a wonderful analogy for leadership.
In business, and in life, everything is changing fast, apart from how we behave. Our ways of thinking have changed very little since we lived in agricultural and industrial societies, but the problems we now need to solve are entirely different. David McCourt shares some solutions.