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My talks focus on simplifying the macro and micro future trends set to change organisations, economies, societies, and nations in the near and distant future.
“ It was a really good session, really eye-opening, there’s a lot of things I really need to look at in terms of where the world is and where it is going… There’s a lot I would take back to my workplace in terms of adjusting/aligning my workforce to where the world is heading, to the technology of it. There are some scary parts that I saw that are really worrying me and concerning me, especially when someone can take control of your life, if I may put it that way, but other than that the future is really exciting, we just need to make sure we align ourselves…” – Viwe Mkhaliphi, Blendwell Chemicals
“I love the session, I felt it was empowering especially as a young black female who is interested in this sector. There were interesting tips and case studies that were happening on a global level that can be applied in a South African climate. The trend of peer to peer payment stuck out for me.” ~ Mbali Zondo – Senior accounts manager at Engage Joe Public
Small changes can make big differences.
Simple experiments can yield complex results.
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.
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