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Keynote Speaker

Book me as a keynote speaker, panel session member or MC for your corporate or media event.

My talks focus on simplifying the macro and micro future trends set to change consumers, businesses and economies in the near future.

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on my presentations.

 

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Testimonials

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“Bronwyn Williams has worked with Flux since 2011 – writing and structuring our trend reports – and as such, not only understands the Flux methodology, but is able to follow the trajectory of the trends we track, across all industries.
Her personal interest is the future of finance, but since financial services are intertwined with disruption, in whatever industry, her grasp on the Flux philosophy – Trends as Business Strategy – is both comprehensive and assured.
I am more than confident in recommending her as a speaker and Trend Translator on behalf of Flux Trends.” ~ Dion Chang – Founder, Flux Trends.

Flux Trends

“The session went very well, the employees enjoyed it.” ~ Nolubabalo Gwababa, Director, Regional Compliance Officer

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Thoughts

Small changes can make big differences.

Simple experiments can yield complex results.

Just ask Langton’s ant. 

Through this blog, I explore the biggest ideas and unpack the most interesting questions I observe from my vantage point as one of life’s most enthusiastic spectators of Chaos Theory in action.

Have something interesting to add to the conversation?

Email me at info@whatthefuturenow.co.za
or chat to me on Twitter @bronwynwilliams

 

Cat’s Cradle

“What could possibly go wrong?” The more I read and learn about science and technology, the more often I think that we don’t give enough attention to that question: What. Could. Go. Wrong. Most technology is dangerous in the wrong hands, and as technology becomes more powerful, the what could go wrong  is only escalating. … Continue reading Cat’s Cradle

I don’t like the look of your face

There is a problem with automated governance and outsourcing decision making to artificial intelligence. And that problem is probability. And the probable problem at hand is that the innocent are flagged as guilty, the right candidates flagged as wrong, at an unacceptably high probability. As we use – even highly reliable – automated systems such … Continue reading I don’t like the look of your face