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.


● Ep. 3: Organisational Design in the Connection Economy | The TomorrowToday Podcast.

Our latest episode of The TomorrowToday Podcast is live! Graeme and Buhle delve deep into the topic of organisational design and the essential components leaders need to consider to build successful and effective businesses that will thrive in the future. Graeme talks to leadership expert Keith Coats about developing competitive advantage and he interviews Tamryn Batcheller-Adams about her book on Maverick leadership.

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How to use the Strategic Imagination Toolkit.

Strategic imagination helps us develop the skills to anticipate deep, disruptive shifts in our world and create ways to take action with confidence no matter what the future throws at us. This might seem daunting, especially if these skills aren’t practiced regularly.

The good news is that the team at TomorrowToday Global has developed a Strategic Imagination Toolkit for leaders and we’re inviting YOU to access 2 FREE future scenarios from this Toolkit.

For a more in-depth understanding of how to use the toolkit and future scenarios with your teams, read Graeme’s article here.


Generational Researcher, Eliza Filby, and NYU Professor Scott Galloway provide insights into why today’s young people are engaging very differently with the world of work.

How the US Is Destroying Young People’s Future | Scott Galloway | TED Talk.

In a scorching talk, marketing professor and podcaster Scott Galloway dissects the data showing that, by many measures, young people in the US are worse off financially than ever before. He unpacks the root causes and effects of this “great intergenerational theft,” asking why we let it continue and showing how we could make it end. Watch it here…

Gen z aren’t lazy – they just know that work doesn’t pay.

Generation z are shunning the corporate ladder because they recognise we live in an asset-driven economy that penalises work, says Eliza Filby. This reinforces the wealth of the older generations and is creating disillusioned young people across the income scale. We have been in this stasis since the financial crisis, most of gen z’s life. Read the full article here.


How to have ‘Curiosity Conversations’ by Keith Coats.

Curiosity is one of the skills we always encourage leaders to develop within themselves and within their teams. Read Keith Coats’ latest article for 10 steps to help you host Curiosity Conversations.

Having a good conversation is a skill, and by following these steps to help you nurture and develop your curiosity, you will put that skill to use. It is a wonderful idea gleaned from Brian Grazer’s book, A Curious Mind: The Secret to a Bigger Life.


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