We have conducted several 50-second interviews with our thinkers. Here are their collected answers to one specific question: What is your next goal?
I have three immediate big goals: To continue spreading positive ripples with “The Management Shift” globally, to launch the new book by the end of 2016 and to launch a petition for humanising management with the Chartered Management Institute by summer 2016.
My new book, Under New Management, launches in 2016 and I have big dreams for it. It re-examines a lot of management norms and profiles companies and research that offer a better, if counterintuitive, way forward.
Yikes. I just published Disrupt Yourself a month ago, but ok, I’ll go with it–launch a podcast. When a dream is said aloud, it comes a live.
To observe what others don’t see.
To simplify complex problems.
To learn from mistakes.
To serve someone else each day
To renew myself through even with a bad diet and well intended exercise.
Writing regularly, without rush.
Understanding the full implications of machine learning and the huge societal change that will come associated with its adoption.
My next goal has for some time been to finish my book Saving Innovation, a book that has resisted my finishing it for some time now.
To build the world’s community of “game changers” – people from every country and sector inspiring each other to be more disruptive, more innovative, and more audacious.
I’m building a new school in “Human Sciences & Technology”. We are combining three novel ingredients (Behavioral Science, Communication/Media and Data Science/Technology) to do a radical rethink in how to do higher education in the world of science and technology.