Carsten Sørensen 13 October 2016

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The Generative Machine Age: Technological Uncertainty by Design

Since 2009, Apple and Google have procured millions of smartphone and tablet apps and the smartphones increasingly a hub for personal networks and, indeed, health monitors strapped to our arms. Additionally in the coming year virtual reality will step out of the shadows and into the mainstream. We have entered the Generative Machine Age.

In his first talk at CRF's 8th International Conference, Carsten Sørensen takes us through the three machine ages and the technologies that emerged during those times, as well as what it means for our future.

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Progress, Issue 5 (Full Edition)

This issue of Progress, CRF's e-magazine, is fifth in the series and covers a range of topics from future of work to finding your next executive search firm. Progress was launched to assist in the development of your role, to support your career and broaden your awareness of the changing business environment we operate in.

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11 April 2017

Post-meeting review notes: Harnessing Innovation to Navigate a Bold but Uncertain Future

These post-meeting review notes summarise key messages and ideas from CRF's member meeting - 'Harnessing Innovation to Navigate a Bold but Uncertain Future', which was held in partnership with IMD Business School on 3rd and 4th April 2017. If you have missed this CRF member meeting, the notes will provide a detailed summary of all presentations, as well as practical ideas you can consider to encourage innovative thinking within your organisation.

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18 October 2016

An Uncertain World - Conference Retrospective

During the three days at CRF's 8th International Conference in Prague, our experts have guided us to look a decade ahead and broaden our understanding of the key political, economic, social and technological influences that will impact on our organisations, our people - and ourselves. The conference retrospective summarises the key messages from our speakers - Paul J. H. Schoemaker, Professor Arturo Bris, Ed Carr, Dr Carsten Sørensen and Professor Ian Goldin.

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14 October 2016

Virtual & Augmented Reality

In his final presentation at CRF's 8th International Conference, Carsten took us through an exciting new world of virtual and augmented reality and how these new technologies will shape our future.

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13 October 2016

Scenario Planning - Overview

In his opening presentations at CRF's 8th International Conference, Paul Schoemaker, wonders when was the last time you got fooled by the unexpected, when you just did not see the black swan coming or that gorilla walking by? Strategic thinkers tend to notice the unexpected sooner because they have a more prepared mind - we can too if we do scenario planning and develop a memory for the future. In this presentation we take a look at the planning process and the concept of scenario planning.

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13 October 2016

Global Financial Perspective 2025

In this presentation from our 8th International Conference in Prague, our keynote speaker, Professor Arturo Bris, takes a look at how the world economy will evolve in the next ten years, as well as the jobs of the future.

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