The organisation of the future

How to prepare an organisation for a future of exponential change.

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Tomorrow's organisation faces a major challenge. Technology and social developments accelerate the changes that are taking place. In the past we could take a wait-and-see approach, but in this current climate, organisations and even entire industries are quickly obsolete.


This keynote lecture takes you on an inspiring journey and explains how to prepare an organisation for a future of exponential change. 


Which skills do you need? How do you develop an ecosystem? What does inspiring leadership look like? How can you use the ‘new world’ to navigate your organisation to the next phase? How do you build the organisation of the future? 


This keynote lecture offers insights, case studies, many examples and a clear step-by-step plan.

About

As a futurist, keynote speaker, and trendwatcher, Richard van Hooijdonk is an authority on new technology. He has several chip implants because he wants to physically experience the future. His inspiration sessions have been attended by over 550,000 people. He has given more than 2,000 lectures across 35 countries.

With his international research team, he researches many trends in the field of robotics, drones, self-driving systems, 3D & 4D printing, sensors, blockchain, quantum computing, neurotech, biotech, platforms and augmented & virtual reality. Combined with artificial intelligence, these technologies offer groundbreaking opportunities, but also lead to challenges and threats for people, organisations and governments.

Richard is driven by a desire to inject innovation and imagination into the mindsets of the people and organisations who are going to shape the world of tomorrow. With the right forward-looking mindset, he believes that we can better effect change for the improvement of our health, happiness, and prosperity.

Richard van Hooijdonk

Renowned trendwatcher and futurist and the man with several chip implants in his body.

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