Transformation to a Circular Economy: By Applying Blockchain Technology Paid Members Public
Disruptive technologies also support the transition to a circular economy by radically increasing virtualization, de-materialization, transparency and feedback-driven intelligence. The shift requires innovative business models that either replace existing ones or seize new opportunities.
Think “Inside” the Box: Empower Your Inner Potential to Get 10x Successful Ideas Paid Members Public
We'll explore different thinking styles, & define what it means to “think out of the box” and why it does not always work. As well as steps to think “inside the box.”
Finding Flow and Freedom in a World That Has Gone M.A.D. Paid Members Public
Evolution can not be stopped but can be shaped, and the question is: Are we collectively acting to shape it, or are we playing the role of a mere spectator?
We Are All Exponential, Aren’t We? Paid Members Public
The good news is that if we even can unlearn creativity, we also must be able to unlearn linear thinking to (re)open new horizons of looking to the world.
A Linear Brain in a Non-linear World: How to Reverse your Thinking with Neuroscience to Challenge, Experiment, and Explore Paid Members Public
I will try to answer this question by exploring major differences between linear and non-linear thinking and why humans are tuned to think linearly from a cognitive and probably neurophysiological perspective.
It’s Better for Big Companies to Buy Their Disruptive Competition Than to Fight Them Paid Members Public
The failure to recognize disruptive competition is a recurring problem within big companies, which constitutes an existential problem given the pace of technological change and disruption today. The average lifespan of an S&P 500 company used to be 60 years, today it’s just 20.