Embracing the unknown

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Embracing the unknown

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Munich Office, Central Europe
July 26, 2021

Are you ready to face the unknown?

Was your organization prepared for the coronavirus pandemic? Probably not. Covid-19 showed us how underprepared we were for a disruption of this magnitude. Nevertheless, companies learned to cope, adapt and survive, albeit painfully. The biggest takeaway from the pandemic is that the future has become extremely unpredictable. To flourish in business, companies need to learn to deal with unforeseen changes and plan ahead of the uncertainties. This issue of Think:Act magazine prepares you for the end of predictability and shows you how to operate in a world where we can’t take comfort in the familiar.

Highlights from Think:Act “The Unknown”

Being underprepared for unexpected events can have a major impact on business and society – learn how to tackle unknown unknowns to flourish in the future.

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  • Three radically different approaches from history on the quest to discover the unknown
  • Predicting the future: when it’s about the next seconds, hours, years or generations
  • How crowdsourcing could empower your forecasting skills
  • Algorithms for predicting the future
  • Photographer Sabrina Peters makes darkness visible and lets us question: What do we see?
  • Covid-19 and the unexpected opportunity to reinvigorate our cities
  • Scientist Reza Abhari on computer simulations and their impact on the business of prediction
  • Scott Galloway on who the post-Covid winners will be

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