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A Keynote I gave at the BA Istanbul conference.

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  1. 1. LEADING TOWARDS AN UNKNOWN FUTURE ARNE VAN OOSTEROM
  2. 2. The Future is Unpredictable
  3. 3. HOW DO WE PREPARE FOR AN UNKNOWN FUTURE?
  4. 4. GILE
  5. 5. ROBOTICS
  6. 6. RTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE
  7. 7. VIRTU L REALITY
  8. 8. QUANTUM COMPUTING
  9. 9. PEOPLE CAN NOT & SHOULD NOT COMPETE WITH TECHNOLOGY
  10. 10. HUMAN SKILLS
  11. 11. EMPATHY
  12. 12. CREATIVITY
  13. 13. IN A WORLD DEALING WITH COMPLEX & RAPIDLY CHANGING SYSTEMS WE NEED GENERALISTS, CONNECTORS AND NAVIGATORS
  14. 14. IF YOU CAN BE REPLACED BY AN ALGORITHM, YOU WILL BE REPLACED BY AN ALGORITHM
  15. 15. WE NEED NEW LEADERSHIP
  16. 16. Complex problems involve too many unknowns and too many interrelated factors to reduce to rules and processes.
  17. 17. “The skills considered most essential in our modern societies are often called 21st- century skills. Problem solving is clearly one of them.” - Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD)
  18. 18. Edge of Chaos
  19. 19. The problem with solutions
  20. 20. Design Thinking is a non- linear, iterative process
  21. 21. Design thinking is a human-centred approach. It continuously reminds us of the people we develop solutions for.
  22. 22. What People do Big Data Quantitative Research
  23. 23. Why people do what they do Small Data Qualitative Research Design Research
  24. 24. “IF YOU’RE NOT PREPARED TO BE WRONG, YOU’LL NEVER COME UP WITH ANYTHING ORIGINAL.” - KEN ROBINSON
  25. 25. High- Performing Teams Need Psychological Safety - Laura Delizonna
  26. 26. CULTURE OF FEAR
  27. 27. KPI’S & INCENTIVES DRIVE BEHAVIOUR
  28. 28. Human beings are creative beings. How do we unleash and nurture this ability? Creativity needs a Psychological Safe Space.
  29. 29. To be effective (in work and in life) requires empathy with yourself, your team, clients and participants.
  30. 30. CREATIVE LEADERSHIP
  31. 31. Learning Framework EMPATHISE What is the problem? IDEATE How do we solve it? PROTOTYPE How do we create it? TEST Does it work? DEFINE Why is it important? SOLUTION SPACE PROBLEM SPACE REFRAME What de we focus on?
  32. 32. PROBLEM SPACE SOLUTION SPACE Solving the right problem the right way
  33. 33. Unleash your creativity ARNE VAN OOSTEROM

Description

A Keynote I gave at the BA Istanbul conference.

Transcript

  1. 1. LEADING TOWARDS AN UNKNOWN FUTURE ARNE VAN OOSTEROM
  2. 2. The Future is Unpredictable
  3. 3. HOW DO WE PREPARE FOR AN UNKNOWN FUTURE?
  4. 4. GILE
  5. 5. ROBOTICS
  6. 6. RTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE
  7. 7. VIRTU L REALITY
  8. 8. QUANTUM COMPUTING
  9. 9. PEOPLE CAN NOT & SHOULD NOT COMPETE WITH TECHNOLOGY
  10. 10. HUMAN SKILLS
  11. 11. EMPATHY
  12. 12. CREATIVITY
  13. 13. IN A WORLD DEALING WITH COMPLEX & RAPIDLY CHANGING SYSTEMS WE NEED GENERALISTS, CONNECTORS AND NAVIGATORS
  14. 14. IF YOU CAN BE REPLACED BY AN ALGORITHM, YOU WILL BE REPLACED BY AN ALGORITHM
  15. 15. WE NEED NEW LEADERSHIP
  16. 16. Complex problems involve too many unknowns and too many interrelated factors to reduce to rules and processes.
  17. 17. “The skills considered most essential in our modern societies are often called 21st- century skills. Problem solving is clearly one of them.” - Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD)
  18. 18. Edge of Chaos
  19. 19. The problem with solutions
  20. 20. Design Thinking is a non- linear, iterative process
  21. 21. Design thinking is a human-centred approach. It continuously reminds us of the people we develop solutions for.
  22. 22. What People do Big Data Quantitative Research
  23. 23. Why people do what they do Small Data Qualitative Research Design Research
  24. 24. “IF YOU’RE NOT PREPARED TO BE WRONG, YOU’LL NEVER COME UP WITH ANYTHING ORIGINAL.” - KEN ROBINSON
  25. 25. High- Performing Teams Need Psychological Safety - Laura Delizonna
  26. 26. CULTURE OF FEAR
  27. 27. KPI’S & INCENTIVES DRIVE BEHAVIOUR
  28. 28. Human beings are creative beings. How do we unleash and nurture this ability? Creativity needs a Psychological Safe Space.
  29. 29. To be effective (in work and in life) requires empathy with yourself, your team, clients and participants.
  30. 30. CREATIVE LEADERSHIP
  31. 31. Learning Framework EMPATHISE What is the problem? IDEATE How do we solve it? PROTOTYPE How do we create it? TEST Does it work? DEFINE Why is it important? SOLUTION SPACE PROBLEM SPACE REFRAME What de we focus on?
  32. 32. PROBLEM SPACE SOLUTION SPACE Solving the right problem the right way
  33. 33. Unleash your creativity ARNE VAN OOSTEROM

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