It doesn’t matter if you’re a start-up, a not-for-profit or a global corporate – everything is changing. The next decade will be a thrilling ride charcaterised by dizzying transformations in business, technology and sustainability.
Old business models will become increasingly redundant, traditional markets will become increasingly vulnerable to smart, creative challengers and new commercial vistas will be opened up by radical new business visionaries.
History teaches us that post-crisis periods are always characterised by intense technological progress and a recasting of our ideas about how to relate to each other and the world we live in.
Our moment in history is no different; the same fundamental human desires – for self expression, for acceptance, for knowledge, for communication, for a life worth living – will continue to drive our actions in the next decade and beyond.
Hence, in my opinion, the secret of success is to acknowledge the necessity of change and then make it into something that’s fun, purposeful, relevant and engaging. To embrace the challenges of tomorrow and not get left behind.