Renowned futurist Anders Sorman-Nilsson, shares valuable insights on digital disruption, exponentiality and more.
Anders, who is a reformed lawyer, an author and the founder of research company Thinque, has been know to leave audiences in awe because of his thought-provoking and insightful presentations on innovation, disruption, future trends, to name a few.
In an interview with stuff.co.nz, Anders discussed how digital disruptions has affected different companies. He says “What we have seen is a shortening of company lifespans. Every business is being ‘digitally hacked’.” and emphasized that the best response was to embrace change rather than fight it. Furthermore, Anders suggested that it is essential to nurture a company culture that accepts innovation and disruption.
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Anders Sorman-Nilsson is a reformed lawyer, and the founder and creative director of the Sydney and Stockholm based research company – Thinque. His unique global perspectives have been helping leaders, teams, and business owners in the USA, Europe, Asia and Australia make sense of and harness disruptive trends in innovations, generations and communications. His misfit insights have recently been manifested in his book Thinque Funky: Upgrade Your Thinking and amplified by endorsements via AFR Boss Magazine, Wired (UK), and Monocle.
Anders has advised clients like Apple, MTV, Johnson & Johnson, Eli Lilly, SAP, McCann Erickson, CPA Australia, UTS Business School and Macquarie Bank on navigating the constantly shifting business landscape and how to successfully enter a new decade of thinking.
Anders’ speaking topics include:
- ‘Future Thinking: your organisation’s success GPS’
- ‘Thought Leaders: the brands of the future’
- ‘Innovation Intersections: tapping diversity in thinking’
- ‘Waves of change: three global trends that will be disrupting your slumber’
- ‘Misfits: leading cross-generational teams’
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