This week’s combination of resources and articles offers insights and practical resources to help you equip yourself with the skill required in these disruptive times, as well as for the Future of Work.
- Ageing is a Disruptive Force: Grey Elephant Breakdown. This week, Dean van Leeuwen shares his insights on our team’s Grey Elephant framework, which is all about the forces of change that are transforming the 2020s. This framework is used to prepare for the unexpected, to think like a futurist and promote resilience when faced with change, political upheaval, climate change, social unrest and the many other forces of change affecting our world. You can read more here.
- Ageing and population shrinking – In many regions of the world populations have grown older and fertility rates have declined to very low levels, leading to simultaneously shrinking and ageing populations. Read more in this article on the Implications of an ageing population, there’s also a free download of the article in the link.
In this week’s ThrowForward Thursday, Graeme takes a look behind the scenes at how CRISPR-Cas9 was developed, and the lessons we can learn for innovation in our own companies. You can watch it here.
This is a SAMPLE of the full episode, which is exclusively available for members of Graeme Codrington’s Futures Club. You can sign up for the club and access the full version here.
- Access our consulting team’s Full blown innovation infographic here showing the 7 essentials for building a culture of innovation and exploration.
- Building Resilient Leaders – This article explores the types of people we should aim to surround ourselves with, especially as leaders who want to empower their teams and build a resilient, anti-fragile team. You can build resilience in small moments of authentic connection with a range of people in your life. Read this TED article here.
We’d love to have a conversation with you if any of the above topics resonate. Our team continues to help our clients around the world to prepare for tomorrow, today.