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.


We’re launching a podcast!

Are you prepared for what lies ahead in the world of business?

Join our hosts and global futurists, Buhle Dlamini and Graeme Codrington, for insightful discussions, expert insights and practical solutions to help you future-proof your organisation.

Discover why we think being bionic, anti-fragile, and business as a force for good – amongst other similar concepts – are all essential elements of building a business that will make the most of the rest of this decade and be successful into the 2030s. This first season of the podcast serves as the foundation for the concepts we’re going to explore.

In the more than 20 years we’ve spent working with companies, governments, schools and non-profit organisations all around the world, we’ve developed both a picture of what the future of work is going to look like, and a framework of the key characteristics that future-fit organisations need in order to be successful. And we can’t wait to share this with you in our new podcast! Stay tuned!


How to Increase Your “Neuroplasticity,” in 7 Key Steps.

Neuroplasticity, the brain’s ability to form new neural connections throughout life, is crucial for cognitive resilience and youthfulness. This adaptive quality not only helps stroke victims recover by redeveloping cognitive functions through various therapies, but it also benefits anyone aiming to enhance memory, learn new skills, and stave off cognitive decline.

Engaging in activities that promote neuroplasticity can improve daily living and overall well-being, making the brain more adaptable and efficient. In other words: the more you try to change your mind, the easier it gets. Start with these seven key steps in this article by InsideHook.


Identify Challenges in Leadership: Adaptive vs. Technical Solutions.

In this video, Keith explains the distinction between technical challenges, which have clear problems and known solutions, and adaptive challenges, which are more ambiguous and require collaborative problem-solving. He emphasises the importance of recognising these differences to implement effective strategies and avoid common pitfalls in complex business settings. You can watch it here.


ThrowForward Thursday: The path to AGI.

Join Graeme in the future, where we realise that Artificial General Intelligence is not just an improvement on Generative AI but something different, developed on a different path.

GenAI / LLMs are brilliant. They’re amazing tools, taking the sum of human knowledge (including all the incorrect stuff many people believe) and making it very accessible. Keep using and improving GenAI, but don’t get sucked in by the hype of AGI just yet. AGI is coming. But it is coming down a different path than we are on right now. Watch his latest episode here.


Future of Business: Bionic, Antifragile & More! | The Tomorrow Today Podcast.

What will define successful businesses in 2030?

In this first teaser for The TomorrowToday Podcast, Buhle unveils the crucial traits that future-proof organisations must possess. Discover why being bionic, antifragile, and a force for good are more than buzzwords – they’re the things that ensure businesses thrive in adversity.

Join us as we explore how these characteristics can transform your approach to business and help you stay ahead in a rapidly evolving world.

Coming soon to all podcast platforms!


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