The best way to ensure that your business not only survives, but thrives, is to know what the future holds. If knowledge is power, then predictive analytics promises the ultimate knowledge — that of the future. Undoubtedly, the best way to be ready for tomorrow, is to STOP predicting and start preparing. Forecasting plays a pivotal role in the operations of modern management. It is an important and necessary aid to planning and planning is the backbone of effective operations.
To simply, prepare you for a future in a Volatile, Uncertain, Complex and Ambiguous World. For short, a VUCA world. These are the distinctive characteristics of the new and unsettling environment that business leaders must cope with both inside and outside their organizations..
Businesses in this age are dealing with several numbers of changes and updates every single day, and by adopting tech enabled& new age methods of learning.
The UNPredict Program, focuses on helping the participants to frame change, peek into the future, construct the change and adapt tomorrow’s vision to today’s reality.
Who should attend?
This program is best suitable for organizational and functional heads who take part in planning / strategizing for the future of their organization.
What will we achieve?
The ‘UNPredict’ broadly focuses on achieving the following goals:
• Understanding way of navigating and discovering the future with the help of formulaic way of forecasting
• Sensing change in social, political, technological and business contexts..
• Analyzing transition from foresight to insight to action.
• Adopting tomorrow’s vision into today’s reality.
• Instructor led session (Offsite)
Our expert faculty will be:
A global citizen who has been the former director of Pepsi CO, and bodying the vision of bringing people together to co-imagine mutually desirable futures.
A prolific teacher,facilitator, educator, and most importantly, an entrepreneur. He has put in more than 17 years of work in the adult-learning space,conducting strategic interventions and leadership building programs for managers from more than 150 organizations, coming from 20 different nationalities across the world.