Future Intelligent Leadership: Innovative Strategies and Wisdom for Future-Conscious Organizations

Episode 26: the role of technology in disabling and building trust, why Sentiment analysis might be a good signal for the past, but a poor signal for the future, why leadership needs to move from deterministic thinking to probabilistic thinking...

November 09, 2020 Tyler Mongan with Bill Genovese and Bronwyn WIlliams Season 1 Episode 27
Future Intelligent Leadership: Innovative Strategies and Wisdom for Future-Conscious Organizations
Episode 26: the role of technology in disabling and building trust, why Sentiment analysis might be a good signal for the past, but a poor signal for the future, why leadership needs to move from deterministic thinking to probabilistic thinking...
Show Notes

EPISODE 26 of the FUTURES INTELLIGENCE LEADERSHIP PODCAST

ABOUT BRONWYN WILLIAMS

Bronwyn Williams is a partner and foresight lead / trend analyst for FluxTrends.com and she is the co founder of Apollo42 Which develops brands for the future. She is the Co-Author of a recent book titled “the The Future Starts Now.” 


ABOUT BILL GENOVESE

Bill Genovese Chief Technology Officer | Executive Board Director Standard Health Corporation. He is a former VP of Corporate Strategic Research and Planning for Huawei in China. He has over 25 years experience in consulting and delivering financial systems management applications and infrastructure. He is also an advisor for HA:KU Global and you can learn more about his perspective on risk and risk analysis in a HA:KU global leadership fireside chat…www.haku.global.

ABOUT THIS EPISODE

In today’s dialogue we explore, the role of technology in disabling and building trust, why Sentiment analysis might be a good signal for the past, but a poor signal for the future, why leadership needs to move from deterministic thinking to probabilistic thinking to expand future horizons, the dangers of using viral content to inform foresight and why we need leadership that has the courage to take risks especially in deep uncertainty.