Future Trends & Emerging Markets
Mike designs companies for the 21st century. With an engaging blend of case studies, global perspectives and cutting-edge research, Mike’s original insights help business leaders understand and unleash their future potential. He is the author of the award-winning book FUTURETAINMENT and the CEO of Tomorrow, an innovation consultancy. His research on emerging technologies and human behavior provides Fortune 500 companies with a roadmap for business transformation.
The companies that thrive in the near future will be the ones that not only embrace change but are the first to break the rules. If you could start with a clean sheet of paper, how would you design your company? Should your youngest staff member be making coffee or running your R&D team? Is Big Data something for your IT department to worry about, or a weapon to be wielded by your management team? Do you ban social networks or use them to collaborate more effectively?
Most companies are simply not designed to survive. They become successful on the basis of one big idea or breakthrough product. That early success then becomes a rigid code, and as customer habits and markets change, many fail to see that everything that made them successful is exactly what will destroy them later.
Based on interviews with you and your choices on the 7 strategic priorities, Mike will cover a range of thought provoking issues including:
- How your future customers will think, talk and transact.
- Lessons on disruptive innovation from fast growing, emerging markets.
- How to leverage enterprise social networks to solve real business problems.
- What it takes to recruit, retain and motivate tomorrow’s employees.
- How to apply speed, agility and the new lean IT mindset to your technology teams.
- Hacking your corporate culture to transform employee engagement.
- Why the multicultural web of tomorrow will be different from the one we use today.
- Identifying the critical data pivots in your business, the real-time numbers no leader can afford to ignore.