Leadership Thinking for the Future

Anticipate, Collaborate, Activate

Exponential technologies, globalisation, a planet at risk…how will we cope and how can we leverage the opportunities? Think Beyond explores trends and signals and tries to reduce the ‘noise’ so that leaders can make sense of change.

To anticipate the pace of change means understanding the trends and working together to create our preferred future. Cheryl shares her  passion for futures thinking, leadership and social impact through presentations, foresight consulting and leadership at the edges.

Latest in Leadership

  • Machine Learning for Learning and Teaching

    September 3, 2017

    There is a buzz around Artificial Intelligence and its increasing role in every facet of society. There is also a great deal of debate about AI, its definition and its future trajectory.

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  • The Trump Effect

    January 22, 2017

    The inauguration of Donald Trump has led to a flurry of commentary, unease and fear. It's hard to separate the truth from the spin. I've been reflecting on The Trump Effect - the arousal of people whose voices seem unheard. That's how he got into power, and that is why there have been demonstrations as he takes control of the United States of America. Will the USA become the DSA (Divided States of America?)

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  • Collaboration with Robots

    January 8, 2017

    Interviewing people about collaboration in today's world has been fascinating. At the same time I have been wondering what the future of collaboration might look like as robots start to integrate more with humans. What does collaboration with robots look like? What are the possibilities? What are the implications for leade

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  • Exponential Change: Prepare for Disruption

    December 7, 2016

    Exponential change, exponential technologies, exponential this and that....the latest buzz words to hit the world of business. So is it just hype? Having spent three days at the SingularityU New Zealand Summit recently I think exponential thinking is increasingly important.  The rapid pace of technological change isn't just about acceleration. It's also about convergence and recombining, which has the effect of amplifying change. It's disruptive.

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