Acclaimed international futurist and best-selling author Jack Uldrich is speaking today on how businesses can adapt and thrive in a fast-changing world at the 2018 Cincinnati Vistage Executive Summit.
CINCINNATI, July 17, 2018 (Newswire.com) - Globally recognized trends expert Jack Uldrich will be speaking today at the 2018 Cincinnati Vistage Executive Summit.
In his presentation today, Uldrich will decipher the complexity of change. He will begin with the twelve trends business leaders must be aware of, then he will share how each will transform every facet of business and will explore humility as a means of embracing the new. Additionally, in each of his presentations, he provides concrete actions and specific decision-making questions all leaders must ask themselves today to create a successful tomorrow.
Every business leader feels it and knows it — the world is changing at an accelerating pace. Business models are shifting, consumer behaviors and preferences are evolving swiftly. In such an environment, it's hard to look ahead to the next quarter, let alone the next year. Still, business leaders must position their companies for continued success.
Jack Uldrich, Futurist & Founder of the School of Unlearning
In addition to Uldrich, Scott Mautz, author of the best-selling book Make It Matter, and founder of Profound Performance, will also be featured at the Summit. They will both be keynoting the conference, which is attended by business leaders in a variety of industries looking to expand their perspectives on business and decision making.
According to Uldrich, “Every business leader feels it and knows it — the world is changing at an accelerating pace. Business models are shifting, consumer behaviors and preferences are evolving swiftly. In such an environment, it‘s hard to look ahead to the next quarter, let alone the next year. Still, business leaders must position their companies for continued success.”
Uldrich says, “Organizations must strive to enhance their awareness of changes on the horizon; have enough humility to acknowledge that what served the business well in the past might not be sufficient tomorrow, and they need to be willing to take action in the face of less-than-perfect information. If you broaden your awareness of the periphery, stay humble about the need to unlearn and become an active thinker, you will come to your ‘A-HA’ moments and better position yourself and your organization for the future.”
Regarding his work, Uldrich says: “It is not enough to deeply understand how one technology works. You have to understand how multiple technologies will converge to spin off to create new opportunities. The work I do is all about helping organizations prepare for the coming technological changes so that they can efficiently navigate and determine the course of their future.”
Uldrich is a frequent speaker on unlearning, change management and technological advances in energy and utilities, manufacturing, transportation, education, health care, retail and finance. Each year, he speaks at over 100 events throughout the United States and internationally. His clients include the Retail Leaders Industry Association (RILA), the Urban Land Institute, Blue Cross Blue Shield, The American Medical Association, Wells Fargo, Fiatech, Cisco, IBM, WiPro, PepsiCo, United Healthcare, Boston Scientific and General Electric.
To learn more about Uldrich’s books, blog or speaking availability, visit his website.
Source: Jack Uldrich & The School of Unlearning