This week’s combination of resources and articles offers insights and practical resources to help you equip yourself with the skills required in these disruptive times, as well as for the Future of Work.


TomorrowToday partners with 1 % for the Planet Initiative.

TomorrowToday Consulting and TomorrowToday Global are proud to announce our partnership with “1% for the Planet”! 🌿 Founded by Yvon Chouinard, the visionary behind Patagonia, this movement sparked a revolution in sustainability by advocating that businesses give back to the environment.

TomorrowToday is passionate about unlocking the potential of organisations to thrive while making a positive impact. Joining “1% for the Planet” aligns perfectly with our mission and symbolizes our ongoing commitment to developing insights, strategies, and cultures that foster growth and a better future for all. Read more here about our commitment to a sustainable future.


ThrowForward Thursday: Hyper Personalised Peak-Performance Workplaces of the Future.

Imagine stepping into the office and finding the perfect setup – ideal lighting, spot-on aircon, just the right ambient noise, a meticulously arranged desk, and precisely what you need in terms of food and drinks. This is the workplace of the future, adjusting in real time based on who you are and what your goals are for the day.

Elite sportspeople already use data analytics to craft the perfect work environment for themselves. We need to use the same approach in our workplaces – not to extract MORE from our people, but to help them give their BEST. 🏆

Watch this week’s episode with Graeme Codrington, as he talks about hyper-personalised peak-performance workplaces of the future.


Innovation doesn’t have to be disruptive.

For the past 20 years “disruption” has been a battle cry in business. Not surprisingly, many have come to see it as a near-synonym for innovation. But the obsession with disruption obscures an important truth: Market-creating innovation isn’t always disruptive.

Read this article from Harvard Business Review, by W. Chan Kim and Renée Mauborgne, on innovation that creates new markets for growth without destroying existing companies or jobs.


Why we are called TomorrowToday.

We called our company ‘TomorrowToday’ because we believe that as futurists, we need to spend 50% of our time anticipating the future, with strategic imagination, and thinking about how it will be different from today. And then we need to spend the other 50% of our time focused on the world of today, building anti-fragility, resilience and adaptability into the systems we have now, so that we can deal with whatever actually happens in the future.

Chat to us if you would like to explore ways to prepare your team and organization for tomorrow’s world, today.


Unlocking Leadership Potential: The Power of the Business Book Club.

Reading doesn’t have to be the most time-consuming task; it’s an investment in adaptive intelligence. By carving out just 10 minutes of your day, you can redefine your approach to learning and problem-solving. In this video, Keith Coats, global leadership thinker, discusses the benefits of setting up a book club in your business or organisation.


You’re welcome to contact us for more information on how we can help your team face the future with confidence.

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