Whether it’s a southern hemisphere Spring, a northern Autumn, or a North American Fall, September always feels like a transitionary month. Change is in the air. That’s true in every office around the world this year too.
Innovation, adaptability, and resilience are all built on having a clearer view of where change is taking us, which means that keeping up with the forces shaping the future of work is essential. We do this at TomorrowToday, and we are excited to share our latest resources with you: The TomorrowToday Futures Institute (TTFI) is now open.
At least once every month, we will add a significant piece of research to the TTFI library (you’ll be alerted if you get these weekly Insights we send every Tuesday to your inbox). The TTFI is free for you to use – read our research, download the resources, and share with your team.
If you’d like our team to work with you in applying these insights to your organisation, please contact us, but the insights we make available in our Futures Institute are free to use forever.
We have preloaded a few resources to make it worth your while to spend a few minutes checking out what’s available already. These include:
1. Knowing what to do when you don’t know what to do: Tools for developing adaptive capacity.
2. The Circle of Courage: Rethinking the 4 Quadrants of Organizational Effectiveness: Applying ancient wisdom to our modern world unlocks valuable insights into team dynamics.
3. 17 Questions to Help Navigate the Next Normal: A guide our Consulting team put together to help you accelerate your post-Covid strategies.
And today, we are launching our brand new Healthy Teams in a Hybrid World white paper. This is not a Covid response framework, but rather it will set you up as an employer of choice, an effective and productive team, and an engaged and energised workforce in the rest of the 2020s.
Welcome to the future. We’re glad to share the journey with you.
The TomorrowToday team.
Author of today’s tip, Graeme Codrington, is an internationally recognized futurist, specializing in the future of work. He helps organizations understand the forces that will shape our lives in the next ten years, and how we can respond in order to confidently stay ahead of change.
For the past two decades, Graeme has worked with some of the world’s most recognized brands, travelling to over 80 countries in total, and speaking to around 100,000 people every year. He is the author of 5 best-selling books, and on faculty at 5 top global business schools.