Futures Academy Level 2:
A full-day training on how to bring Applied Foresight to life at work and have a positive influence on your organization amidst disruption
Intended for those who have already attended a Kantar Futures Academy. This session will feature Kantar's perspective on the importance of mastering disruption. This will be followed by small-group discussions using the Five Principles of Futures Thinking to explore a dozen disruptions that will transform the marketplace in coming years.
Join experts from Kantar’s Foresight & Innovation practice on February 14th, 2024 for an interactive exploration of the top disruptions and opportunities facing businesses this decade. This session is designed to bring together business leaders from across the marketplace to engage in a two-part exchange among peers and provide each participant with a deeply valuable series of tools and ideas to activate, explore and/or monitor immediately.
The first segment will focus on Mastering Disruption in business, offering the three keys to unlock growth. This interactive keynote presentation has been shared with CEO’s at several of the world’s largest organizations, and is intended to crystalize the need for new tools and approaches to planning.
The second part of our time together will feature small-group discussion using the Futures Thinking framework to explore the dozen disruptions that will transform our marketplace in the years ahead. The list of disruptions has been curated by the Kantar’s thought leaders, and this is the only forum to work with the authors to explore the implications, second/third order impacts, and alternative futures to consider.
This session is specifically designed for those who have attended a Futures Academy and want to put the 5 Principles to work.
To reserve your place, please complete and submit the form to the right.
February 14th, 2024
9:00 a.m. – 2 p.m. EST
Networking event to follow until 3 p.m.
3 World Trade Center, 34th floor
New York, NY 10007
Max Participants: 50
Participation is limited to two people per organization. Both attendees must be registered individually.