Thinkers50 in 50 Seconds: What is your next goal?

We have conducted several 50-second interviews with our thinkers. Here are their collected answers to one specific question: What is your next goal?


[testimonial author=”Vlatka Hlupic” image=””]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.[/testimonial]

[testimonial author=”David Burkus” image=””]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.[/testimonial]

[testimonial author=”Whitney Johnson” image=””]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.[/testimonial]

[testimonial author=”Dave Ulrich” image=”×300-e1440268792159-200×200.jpg”]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.

[testimonial author=”Gianpiero Petriglieri” image=””]
Writing regularly, without rush.
[testimonial author=”Enrique Dans” image=””]Understanding the full implications of machine learning and the huge societal change that will come associated with its adoption.[/testimonial]

[testimonial author=”Alf Rehn” image=””]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.[/testimonial]

[testimonial author=”Peter Fisk” image=””]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.[/testimonial]

[testimonial author=”Lee Newman” image=”×300.jpg”]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.[/testimonial]


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