If one thing is holding true is that, future is all but certain. However, human beings have discover “shortcuts” to have a notion on how probable a future scenario is, given certain conditions. This applies to every aspect of our lives, from how much time I’ll spend on commuting today to how much food humanity will need to survive in 50 years. In his talk, Mark will walk us through his idea on how to deal with uncertainty when future scenarios get more complex.
A Professor of Business and Economics, teaching at Harvard University’s Division of Continuing Education, IE Business School and Grenoble Ecole de Management. He co-founded the concepts of “Fast Expanding Markets”, “ Business 360” and “DRIVE”, that he uses for executive training, consulting and workshops. He is a Social Progress Imperative Fellow and a prolific author of 9 books, hundreds of articles and blogs.
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