The Definitive Guide to Thriving on Disruption: Volume I - Reframing and Navigating Disruption

The Definitive Guide to Thriving on Disruption: Volume I - Reframing and Navigating Disruption

by Roger Spitz, Lidia Zuin
The Definitive Guide to Thriving on Disruption: Volume I - Reframing and Navigating Disruption

The Definitive Guide to Thriving on Disruption: Volume I - Reframing and Navigating Disruption

by Roger Spitz, Lidia Zuin

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Overview

This is a field guide for businesses and individuals alike to navigate change, a compass, a system of content, resources, and ideas on how to stay relevant and capture opportunities in our rapidly changing world!

This bestselling book lays the foundations to make sense of our increasingly complex, nonlinear, and unpredictable world, where disruption is no longer merely a single or recurring event, but a steady state, expanding its impact.

To flourish, we must understand the velocity, trajectory, and magnitude of the drivers of change, whether technological or otherwise.

After examining the constants and drivers of disruption, we learn to rewire our mindset by casting assumptions aside and anticipate inflection points by thinking like a futurist.

The book also explores the implications and opportunities arising from today's paradigm shifts, emerging technologies, AI, the "internet of existence," the energy transition, and climate.

Roger Spitz and Lidia Zuin draw on decades of insights from advising entrepreneurs, CEOs, boards, and shareholders in Silicon Valley and globally on evaluating their companies, competitiveness, strategic investments, and disruptions ahead.

A foresight strategist, venture capitalist, and writer, Roger's expertise lies at the intersection of futures studies, systems thinking, and sustainable value creation. Lidia is a journalist, science fiction writer, and professional futurist.

Are you ready to learn how to navigate our disruptive world and master technological changes? Then order your copy now and discover how you can capture new opportunities and take control over your future!


Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781955110006
Publisher: Disruptive Futures Institute
Publication date: 11/29/2022
Pages: 596
Product dimensions: 7.44(w) x 9.69(h) x 1.21(d)

About the Author

Based in San Francisco, Roger Spitz is an international bestselling author, President of Techistential (Climate & Foresight Strategy), and Chair of the Disruptive Futures Institute. Roger has given over 100 keynote talks globally, frequently contributes across leading media, and has guest lectured at many of the world's most prestigious academic institutions. Roger has two decades of leading investment banking and venture capital businesses, advising CEOs, founders, boards, and shareholders on their most strategic decisions, evaluating their organizations' competitiveness and disruptions ahead. He sits on several Advisory Boards of companies, Climate Councils, VC funds & academic institutions worldwide. A world-leading authority on foresight, sustainability, and transformative innovation, Roger has written four influential books as part of "The Definitive Guide to Thriving on Disruption" collection, which became an instant classic. He publishes extensively on decision-making in uncertain and complex environments, with bestselling books in Future Studies, Green Business, Sustainable Economic Development, Business Education, Strategic Management & Forecasting. Roger is an inaugural member of Cervest's Climate Intelligence Council, a contributor to IEEE's ESG standards, and the Foresight & Sustainability partner of Vektor Partners (Palo Alto, London), an impact VC firm investing in the future of mobility. Techistential, Roger's renowned strategic foresight practice, advises boards, leadership teams, and investors on sustainable value creation. He developed the Disruptive Futures Institute into a preeminent global executive education center that helps organizations build capacity for futures intelligence, resiliency, and systemic change. Roger is also an industry-recognized expert on Artificial Intelligence. As former Global Head of Technology M&A with BNP Paribas, Roger advised on over 50 transactions with deal value of $25bn. He launched the bank's US M&A practice in San Francisco and built its European Technology investment banking franchise in London & Paris. Bilingual in English & French, Roger has lived in 10 different cities across three continents.

Dr. Lidia Zuin is a journalist, science fiction writer, and professional futurist. Lidia is the Technology Foresight Director for Techistential, and Faculty & Chair of the Center for Science Fiction at the Disruptive Futures Institute. Lidia holds a PhD in Visual Arts and a Master's Degree in Semiotics. She publishes regular columns on global emerging trends (Tilt UOL, O Futuro das Coisas) and has presented several TED talks (including on science fiction and technological innovation, biohacking, transhumanism, and the future of species). Originally from São Paulo in Brazil, Lidia was head of Innovation & Futures at UP Lab and professor at Istituto Europeo di Design, teaching "Foresight & Futures Studies: Exponential Technologies" in their post-graduate Strategic Design & Innovation program. She moved to Malmö, Sweden, in 2022, where she is a technical writer with technology leader Neo4j. Lidia is also a researcher in Emerging Tech with Envisioning. Lidia published her first science fiction novel in 2021 (REQU13M), and has been publishing short stories since 2010. She also has experience in the gaming and virtual reality industries, including writing about extended reality, immersive technologies, and videogames. As an academic researcher, Lidia has authored three monographs on science fiction, arts, cyberculture, and semiotics. Her papers have been published in both academic journals and books. As a pastime, Lidia likes to paint, play video games, and read.
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