Top 10 Technology Trends for 2023: The Year of Digital Disruption

Mark Van Rijmenan – Stategic Futurist 2023, we can expect an acceleration in the use of technologies within our business and our private lives. VR will become more advanced and might see its iPhone moment with Apple joining the game. NFTs and Web3 will continue to evolve, and more advanced language models will disrupt the […]

Stay ahead of the curve, watch Steven Van Belleghem’s 10 Customer Experience Trends for 2023 Video, packed with tangible take-aways…

Steven Van Belleghem Steven Van Belleghem  studied applied economics at the University of Ghent. His summers were spent specializing in marketing at UC Berkeley. His core expertise is the future of customer centricity. The combination between customer-centric thinking, the latest technologies and the human touch is the guiding principle in Steven’s stories. He is an entrepreneur […]

New Speaker – Tali Sharot – Behavioural Neuroscientist

Tali Sharot a leading expert on behavioural bias, decision-making, influence, and motivation. Her ground-breaking work at the intersection of behavioural economics, psychology and neuroscience has been used by businesses to improve leadership skills, rethink messaging and refine strategy.  Her books – The Influential Mind: What the Brain Reveals About Our Power to Change Others and The Optimism Bias: […]

There is a rumour going around…

David Ko & Richard Busellato authors of “The Unsustainable Truth” There is a rumour going around that sustainability is easy. You and I know that ideas for sustainable actions can come in the click of a finger – choose the vegan option at dinner, switch over to renewable energy, or change our vehicles to electric. […]

Brutal – Great piece by Mike O’Sullivan – Author of The Levelling

In a very different age (2004) when the euro traded well above the dollar (1.30 in late 2004, as opposed to .999 today), Jean-Claude Trichet, the then chief of the European Central Bank declared that ‘brutal’ moves in the euro were unwelcome. His use of the word ‘brutal’ – it has a far stronger meaning […]

Powershift<br>The path to salvation nobody will talk about

Richard David HamesAug 5 The crisis consists precisely in the fact that the old is dying and the new cannot be born; in this interregnum a great variety of morbid symptoms appear ~ Antonio Gramsci Scary StuffRecent events can seem scary, bland, or just plain bewildering – particularly for those of us who skate on […]

Céline Schillinger awarded The Internet Time Alliance Award

2022 WINNER – Céline Schillinger The Internet Time Alliance Award, in memory of Jay Cross, is presented to a workplace learning professional who has contributed in positive ways to the field of Informal Learning and is reflective of Jay’s lifetime of work. Recipients champion workplace and social learning practices inside their organization and/or on the […]

Mehreen Khan Economics Editor of the Times is now represented exclusively by Connect.

Mehreen Khan Mehreen Khan is the Economics Editor for The Times of London and a former Europe correspondent for the Financial Times in Brussels. She has written extensively about the European Union, the political economy of the eurozone, populist politics, climate policy, taxation and economics. Mehreen spent five years in Brussels from 2017-2022 breaking exclusive agenda-setting […]

Professor Mary Aiken on BBC Breakfast TV

“ Technology is not good or bad – it is a gateway to the internet and social media. What we see when people become overly consumed by the content on-line is what we call “weapons of mass distraction” In terms of social media we are tapping into our psychological achilles heel. It is the “attention […]