Four major contextual storms in the last decade and a half have shaken our world: the financial crisis of 2007/08; the COVID-19 pandemic; the climate crisis; and the war in Ukraine. How can organisations and governments best respond to the combined impacts of these ongoing global events?
This new report, Future proof: Eleven hacks to navigate uncertain times, sets out a direction of travel, with insights and tools that provide essential support for organisations seeking to understand these complex external factors, define their preferred future, and achieve sustainable success.
The 11 hacks in the Future proof report span a wide range of essential tools and models. These include: the six-stage process for successful scenario planning; how to tap into truly wide context; the five modes of organisational culture change; how to draw the connections between your issues; how to define your probable, plausible and preferred futures; and many more.
Trends for the 2020s
Alongside the hacks, the Future proof report also includes our up-to-the-minute assessment of the ten big trends every government and organisation will face in the decade ahead. Here’s a sneak peak of the first three. To see the rest, just download the full report.
Becoming future proof
So, are you ready to review your external contexts, refresh your strategies, revisit your skillsets and mindsets, and prepare your business to achieve sustainable success? Because, despite us all operating in such uncertain times, we can still accelerate to our preferred future.
Begin that journey today by downloading your free copy of Future proof (below). And if you’d like to discuss the issues raised by the report, and their potential implications for your organisation, please sign-up to our upcoming online discussion event here.