This executive briefing is designed to provide attendees with insights into the most important trends of the next decade that are poised to significantly impact business. The briefing will include education and discussion of five to 10 of the most significant trends emerging over the next 10 years and “hands on” analysis of how those trends will impact business strategies and operations in the future. Trends in the social, technological, environmental, economic, and political domains will be discussed.
Who Should Attend:
- Executive decision makers
- New product developers
- Customer/consumer insight and marketing professionals
Upon completion, you will understand:
- The most important trends impacting business over the next 10 years
- Potential impacts and implications of those trends to your business
- Potential impacts and implications to your suppliers and customers
- How to determine which trends are truly significant
About the Instructor:
Amy Oberg is a strategist and futurist who specializes in helping organizations better understand the emerging competitive environment and respond with effective, proactive strategies. With over 30 years of cumulative experience in strategic development and competitive and market analyses, her insights regarding emerging trends, threats and opportunities, future market conditions, systemic and technology disruptions have been sought out by a organizations in a wide variety of industries including aerospace, energy, telecommunications, transportation, consumer goods, retail, bio/pharma, real estate, finance, and national security. She has served as corporate futurist for two of the nation’s largest corporations and provided strategic insights to some of the world’s largest organizations. She is now Managing Partner of Future-In-Sight, a strategic advisory firm.
Ms. Oberg holds a master’s degree in studies of the future; a bachelor’s degree in communications; and has completed the Program for Managers at Rice University’s Jones Graduate School of Management. She is a certified Lean Lead.