Talent management is not just a human resources issue, impacting every area of business development in both our short and long-range futures. A Fortune 100 company asked us to help them explore the emerging issues around talent and work, making their strategy and solutions more robust – and understanding how global talent is central to building aspirational futures.
Environmental Scanning is exploring and interpreting both internal and external environments in order to better understand how trends and drivers of change will likely impact your business. Creating a system of scanning will not only move you from a practice of “surviving” to “thriving,” but also promotes the “future-empowered” organization.
When NASA and Intel recently hired science fiction writers to help them narrate possible futures for their products and services, the world-renowned creative division of this global media and entertainment company was considering the same approach.
“(Kedge) kept the sessions so alive and exciting, and I truly learned a lot. We are now part of the (organizational futures) team and will work in our respective groups to come up with scenarios for the future and the implications for our business, but I want to also say this – a lot of what you took us through can be applied even to our current work and role and I believe this is the beauty of (your) courses.”Vice President and Head of Consumer Products
Created 1st of March 2014
This is a keynote presentation given by Principal Yvette Montero Salvatico in California on February 24th, 2014 entitled “The Future of STEM” (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math). In the presentation, Yvette explains how the concept of STEM is founded upon outdated thinking, and offers an alternative future for talent and education that aligns with our landscape of increasing complexity and change.
Created 20th of August 2012
Kedge is proud to announce the launch of our unique innovation program called “Wicked Opportunities.” In this program, we turn the idea of “wicked” or complex problems on its head. Instead of running from complexity and attempting to create the most simple answers through linear thinking, we believe that complexity offers us a broader and more expansive landscape from which to discover new and exciting solutions to long-standing problems. Such an environment also promotes the meshing or convergence of previously siloed disciplines, creating a whole new field of tools and ideas that lead us toward abundant futures rather than collapse and defeat. These two concepts – embracing complexity and converging disciplines – are the heart of the Wicked Opportunities program.