Join this interactive discussion as part of a three-part series on disruption hosted by the Augmented Society Network in the United States. Following on from our discussion last month we will review our thinking, and consider areas of useful work.
As already discussed, we’ve got a difficult, but equally promising road ahead, as we begin to come to terms with our ability to live and work together. Having time to think and talk will be essential in remaining grounded and effective. We have already learned so much about the way we think and behave. We are asking questions of our governments, NGOs, financial institutions, and seeing, in action, the lack of equality of opportunity.
We will continue to investigate this enormous disruption, see it as an opportunity, and listen carefully to find an ‘emerging future’. Together we can develop ways forward that individually might be harder to see. As we know, disruption needs people who can imagine wholly different outcomes, to join those who are already in the business of driving change. It all hangs in the balance, new ways to think, new skills, and a vastly changed view of the value of an up until now, unfairly stacked house of cards.
Understanding how to turn this into an incredible opportunity is not easy on your own, so join us again to develop a collaborative and useful narrative in these rapidly changing times.
Join us again to the discuss:
- The potential for phenomenal long-lasting change
- Thinking outside what you know
- Creating a framework to move forward
- Forming a view of our changed world
Please note this event begins at:
- 11 am (Los Angeles - PDT)
- 2 pm (New York - EDT)
- 7 pm (London - BST)
- 8 pm (Berlin - CEST)
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