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We collected all the insights gained during various conversations and interviews led with thought leaders from all around the world. We did so in order to create a space in which new viewpoints and provocative thinking is shared, a space where (future) decision-makers can collide, co-learn and collaborate. Make it your own - become part of this driven community!
Some of the people we talked to and whose thoughts we share with you on the blog are, amongst others: Joe Kaeser, Ceo of Siemens; David Rowan, Editor-in-chief of WIRED UK; Jimmy Wales, Co-founder of Wikipedia; Prof. Amy Wrszniewski, Professor at the Yale School of Management; Muhammad Yunus, Nobel Peace Prize Laureate of 2006 and many more.
In our interviews about innovation, one aspect keeps coming up: culture. But what are we talking about when we invoke an “Innovation Culture”?
“In [the innovation] process, you need [...] a leadership that creates room for failure and has a constructive way of dealing with failure”. — Dr. Antonella Mei-Pochtler, Senior Partner and Managing Director at the Boston Consulting Group
In preparation of FLI’s next event, the Future Lab, we have talked to the CEO of the startup MotionWerk GmbH about their first product Share&Charge, which is developing an innovative e-charging system.
Do you want to make business or great business? At the FLI Conference 2016 Joe Kaeser, CEO of Siemens, revealed four steps for meaningful business.
A famous financial risk analyst on his perspective on progress...
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.
Ever wondered how a Nobel Peace Prize Laureate wants to shape the future world? We talked to one to find out: Muhammad Yunus, father of modern micro-finance.
Owning a personal car becomes more and more out-dated, and presents various pitfalls... The time has come for a change in urban mobility!
How does Wikipedia contribute to true progress in the world? Jimmy Wales, Co-founder of Wikipedia, on his vision of the world and the impact of internet.