Artificial Intelligence (AI), Data Science, Digital Networks, Disruption, Exponential Organizations, Future Forecasting, Governance / Policy, Impact, Leadership, Resilience
Click here to get a savable bio for this speaker Darlene Damm is an impact-driven visionary who pioneered the impact technology industry. She co-founded two of the world’s first impact technology companies in aerospace and drone transport, and as Faculty Chair and Vice President of Community and Impact at Singularity University, taught and mentored
Life, the universe and everything.
Both raconteurs, Divya and David cover a wide range of topics that coalesce around the concept that one is not well unless the world is well.
How businesses & leaders are reaching for the stars.
As commercial space exploration grabs headlines, many of us are left wondering why space exploration matters. Shouldn’t we worry about saving earth from the ravages of climate change before we inhabit another planet?
25,000 people from 197 countries attended the just-concluded UN Climate Change Conference of the Parties (COP26) in Glasgow. Heads of state, Nobel laureates, and celebrities made solemn pronouncements. Corporate leaders touted green commitments. All urged the world to achieve net-zero carbon emissions by 2050.
It’s all because of our culture! you’ve heard it over and over again. You’ve probably even said it. People fret about their companies’ struggle to position themselves for the future, and they lay the blame on their culture.
Rogue waves – radical systemic changes – are hitting business harder, faster and more often. Their violent impact has changed how companies win at strategy. Everyone gets hit by them, but some companies ‘flip their kayaks faster’ and take share while their competition simply try to tread water.
On the high seas, 64% of ship sinkings are due to a single phenomenon. They’re not caused by mechanical defects, nor crew error, but by “rogue waves.” These monsters, which can tower over 100 feet tall, form under certain nautical conditions and when large waves combine to magnify their strength. They can swamp even large container vessels, although prepared captains know when the seas are ripe for the danger.