Why the Future Needs WorkHuman

  As I gear up for the WorkHuman conference in Phoenix this month, I can’t help but reflect on my 2016 WorkHuman experience where I repeatedly uttered the phrase, “I found my tribe!” (I should mention that I am not being compensated for this blog post. I’m not...

Hyperweb: Wired For Next Part 1

The Wired For Next series looks at the deepening relationship between technology and humanity, and how that co-evolutionary relationship is changing the way that we approach the future of work, consumption, connection, food, play, learning, health, governance,...

Is The Sky Falling… Or Is Opportunity Knocking?

For each example Chicken Little can find to indicate the sky is falling, there are as many indicators (if not more) that we’re better off today than we were decades ago. It all boils down to perspective—the age-old “glass half-empty or half-full” proposition. At...

Marching Toward a Feminine Future: A View from the Front Lines

Lead instructors Frank Spencer and Yvette Montero Salvatico marched in Washington, D.C. as part of the Women's March on Washington. An estimated one million women (and men) marched to “join in diversity” and “send a bold message to our new government on their first...

Marching Toward a Feminine Future

Today, Donald J. Trump was inaugurated as the 45th president of the United States of America. Every single day since the election, I have spent countless hours thinking about what this presidency – born in an atmosphere of fear, anger, hate, and authoritarianism –...

The Kedge 2016 Year-in-Review

In this time of great international upheaval, savvy leaders, businesses and organizations need to purposefully build those long-range visions that have the power to change our actions and outcomes in the here and now. Much like the global financial crisis of 2008, we need to leverage the power of robust foresight to uncover new opportunities and pull the future we want to see into the plans and actions that we take today.

A Transformative Approach to Uncertainty and Disruption

    Research has shown the typical reaction to uncertainty is anxiety, and even physical nausea. We prefer to know what is going to happen and when. That’s the case in all aspects of life, from running an organization, to managing our personal and...

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