Future of China

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Increasingly, the future will unfold in emerging markets.

On this site, Mary shares her insight and foresight on the future of China and other emerging markets across many of skills you will need. Drawing on years of global forecasting experience, primary research and strategy work with global and national companies, Mary shows you how to “scan, scout, and steer” towards the best opportunities for your company and how to avoid the pitfalls. In the coming years, most innovation will come from emerging markets. Discover what this means for your business and how to position yourself to thrive.

Competency Addiction – Don’t Get Lost in Familiar Territory

Competency Addiction - Don’t Get Lost In Familiar Territory “Competency addiction” is the default use of old mindsets and behaviors that just won’t work as you navigate through the next decade to 2025. This pain presents itself

September 16th, 2019|Categories: Future of Work and Education, Leadership and Strategy|

The “Badlands” — A Concept of the Unfolding Story of Global Transformation

In geographic parlance, “Badlands” are a type of terrain of soft, rocky soil often eroded by water and rain. Treacherous slopes, minimal vegetation, precarious gullies – and also dramatic canyons, soaring mesas and glistening waterfalls are found in

August 26th, 2019|Categories: Featured, Navigating the Badlands|

Apply the Lessons from “Historical Cycles of Disruptive Innovation”

The current cycle of disruptive innovation began some sixty years ago. Expected to end around 2025, this cycle, like others throughout history, has not only wrought significant change in the world but will ultimately render it virtually unrecognizable.

August 20th, 2019|Categories: Navigating the Badlands|

8 Big Disruptive Shifts That Are Changing the Future of Work (Part 1)

Organizational structures and mass employment has been eroded in the Badlands over the past decade. Eight big shifts are underway, driven by major structural shifts to the economy, business model innovations, and the dramatic changes in technology. Together

April 15th, 2013|Categories: Future of Work and Education|