LEADERSHIP IN TIMES OF DIGITALIZATION

Bringing research and insights to life: The Future Lab

The Future of Leadership 2017 is moving onto the next stage, taking focused research and analysis around innovation and leadership and presenting it at the next event: The Future Lab on Urban Mobility.

This year’s Future Lab event will be held in two locations, one in Berlin and the other in Düsseldorf from the 20th to the 21st of November. This will give corporate thought leaders and executives in the field of innovation the chance to come together with students from renowned European universities and digital natives from Start-ups to investigate new cross-industry approaches to improve urban mobility.

The quality of life in urban areas is an issue of increasing importance in our days. Mixed teams during the event will process the data collected during this year's interviews to provide a common understanding and find out the “The Truth Behind Innovation”. But we will not limit ourselves to the theory! During the Future Lab, the participants are going to make a real-life experience and test innovation tools in order to design new solutions to enhance urban mobility.

Registration for delegates is now open. We’re looking for corporate executives and experts driving innovation in their organization!  Are you keen to be part of this exclusive event or to send some of your innovative minds to the FLI Future Lab? If so, register here!

If you would like to get in contact directly please email info@future-of-leadership.org.

Places for students will be open to book at a further date.

After the Future Lab, the results and insights will be presented to the public during the next Future of Leadership Conference on February 28 and March 1, 2018.

For more information about the next events or how to contribute to the Future of Leadership contact us!

About the author: Elisa Grandi

Elisa Grandi is an applied anthropologist. Her main focus is the person’s well-being and his/her growth in the organization environment. She loves to contribute to it through the application of cultural anthropology’s methods of analysis and research. She gained an MBA with a focus on corporate reputation and social responsibility and worked for the non-profit organizations and the University of Turin.

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