Innovator who studies and consults on decentralized leadership skills and organizational practices for the future.
The Future is not just Digital, it is also Regenerative.
“Within an incredibly short time and space, the Internet is becoming dramatically mobile, social, video and artificially intelligent – encompassing everyone and everything, becoming ubiquitous as water, air or electricity. In this context, it is crucial to embrace yet to humanise and transcend technology; to hone in on what makes us truly human rather than a ‘better machine’: things such as imagination and intuition, creativity, problem-solving, complex understanding, improvisation, emotions and plasticity. We must therefore let go of the ‘machine-work’ – and most its traditional metrics, KPIs and success measurements – to truly reinvent what our jobs, work and ‘professional services’ can mean in the future.” Gerd Leonhard
We need to rewrite the technologies of human development
Whether you are an executive, an entrepreneur starting up, a formal team, community or responsible for an entire organization, today’s world require everyone’s productivity, skills and knowledge to be up to date and relevant with the latest trends and technologies…..Hup hup you have no time for theories or trying to find out if things really work. Just sew your parachute while jumping out of the plane.
“Don’t drum up the crew to gather wood
Divide the work and give orders
Instead, teach them to yearn for the vast and endless sea”
Antoine de Saint-Exupéry – The Wisdom of the Sands
What kind of leaders do we need for a more hopeful future?
My aim is to inspire
- new thinking about leadership and organizational design and development as applicable to the world of tomorrow;
- turn the latest thinking about leadership and innovation into new organizational practices that can make new forms of organisations future-fit; and
- buidl and deliver leadership development programmes that will enhance and deepen the leadership capabilities ofdistributed and decentralized forms of organizations, including machine-to-machine value exchange.