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As we enter the third decade of the 21st Century, disruption has become the new norm. Every organization today needs to pay attention to 3 disruptive forces that will shape our future for the rest of this century.



The speed of change that organisations face today is exponential, not linear. All industries are being rapidly transformed by exponentially accelerating technologies leaving former industry leaders way behind and opening room for surprising new winners. Adapting to this pace of change requires organisations and their leaders to radically rethink their strategies and demands radically new approaches to maintain competitiveness.


The success of Industrial Age has meant that for the first time in our history, humanity is bumping against the limits of the very environment that sustains all life on Earth. Circular Economy, Biomimicry, Cradle to Cradle Design, Integrated Reporting – sustainability has rapidly become a key concern for organizations. It is being embedded into the very core of business strategy enabling resilience, easier access to capital, sustained business performance and reduced business risk.


Our society has been evolving over time, in scale, capability, diversity and complexity. As we face some of the biggest challenges ever encountered, we don’t only need change what we do but also who we are and how we make sense of the world. As we grow smarter and more capable, we also need to grow wiser and more compassionate. We are being called to design new blueprints of how our world can work and it is the latter that will become a source from which a better future can be created.


As the pace of disruption accelerates, resilient, agile and innovative organizations will gain advantage over their competitors. The following 3 domains will drive organizational success in the future.


Leadership Resilience

To increase their resilience, leaders today need to develop a new paradigm of leadership from which they can effectively deal with the challenges facing their organizations and design breakthrough products, services and business models.

Organizational Resilience

Resilient organizations are able to continuously focus on operational excellence and ongoing improvement of their current business model while simultaneously exploring radically new ways of organising and addressing their customer needs.

Systemic Resilience

The more interconnected and interdependent our world becomes, the more important it is to strengthen and augment its systemic resilience. Latest insights in both natural and social sciences can help organizations build resilience across their value chains.

Any company designed for success in the 20th century is doomed to failure in the 21st.

David S. Rose

Build Future Resilience