MIT Sloan Management Review Article on How Future Thinking Can Derail Your Company's Present
- Alyson Meister, Howard Yu
- MIT Sloan Management Review
Everyone wants to be future-ready, especially in uncertain times. Inflation has hit its highest level since the early 1980s. Many technology stocks have plunged dramatically from the beginning of the year. And the pandemic has pressed into its third year, with recent lockdowns in China deepening the supply chain crisis.
Despite the volatility, the future is still arriving at an accelerating pace. Climate change, quantum computing, Web3, AI and machine learning, and the metaverse are just a few examples of the deep trends that are reshaping the ways companies innovate and compete.
About the Author
Howard Yu is the Lego Professor of Management and Innovation at IMD Business School in Lausanne, Switzerland, and the author of Leap: How to Thrive in a World Where Everything Can Be Copied (PublicAffairs, 2018). He is also the research director of IMD’s Center for Future Readiness. Alyson Meister (@alymeister) is a professor of leadership and organizational behavior at IMD. She specializes in the development of resilient and inclusive leaders, teams, and organizations. She was recently recognized as a Thinkers50 Radar thought leader.
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MIT Sloan Management Review Article on How Future Thinking Can Derail Your Company’s Present