In this article, Jared discusses three ways of approaching change and disruption and how intentionally incorporating disruption into your strategy and routine can bring greater clarity in the decisions you're making.
In this article, Jared discusses how to reframe and rethink the generational challenges in the workplace. Too many organizations are influenced by stereotypes and generalizations, and must learn to view their issues as contextual rather than generational.
In this article, Jared discusses how to apply our thinking and vision of the future to our present-day action. He touches on the fallacy of short-range planning and the pitfall of projecting the present into the future with the assumption that very little will change.
In this article, Jared discusses why our traditional approach to setting goals and targets is limited by our present-day circumstances. He explains the importance of placing ourselves in a future context and reflecting backward to achieve clarity and insight into what is of greatest importance to us and our organizations.
In this article Jared discusses why innovation is key to driving success in your organization, but that having a clear understanding of what innovation is and is not is the first step to reinventing yourself and your industry.
In this article Jared discusses how the sustainability movement (like so many others) is too fragmented, representing a collection of fads and trends rather than a unifying and truly transformative shift in ideology. Jared then presents concepts to promote sustainability in a way that is realistic and beneficial for everyone.
In this article, Jared discusses why we must first understand who we were as people, who we are today, and who we are becoming in order to better understand where we are going and the role we play in determining that destination.
In this article Jared discusses the changing ideas and concepts of wealth in the 21st century and why we as a society must begin to rethink growth, value, and wealth in order to make the right investments that will ensure a prosperous and valuable future.
In this article Jared discusses two types of leadership personified in the actions of Civil War generals Robert E. Lee and George McClellan. Jared points out that our beliefs about risk and uncertainty will determine our ultimate future outcome.