What will be the future of the
businesses of the future?
Complexity is overtaking.
Behaviors are changing.
There is a growing need for flexibility.
With every day comes new opportunities.
As business leaders and policymakers face a rapidly changing world, agility remains their best weapon. Finding accuracy in predictions is more critical than ever. But it is also important to stay open to change while fostering an environment prepared for unexpected events. Encouraging purpose-driven businesses is a smart bet in tomorrow´s society, which is searching for meaning and looking to make a difference. Different approaches to a common goal pave the way.
Doing what we do best, a structured listening process with relevant stakeholders - the organizations of the future - we want to share valuable knowledge with our community on what the future holds.
Loyal Future Insights is a monthly publication created by Loyal Ecosystem where we envision the future of Business, Policy, Behavior, and Consulting.
Our main goal is to provide key insights by exploring these four questions:
(1) What is the future of business?
(2) What is the future of policy?
(3) What is the future of behavior?
(4) Who is the consultant of the future?
Loyal Team Members will elaborate on smart conversations with 10 future thinkers to further disclose what lies ahead.
Loyal Future Insights Edition #4
So, what will be the future of the businesses of the future? Ten future thinkers spoke to us and revealed their thoughts, and this is (a small bite) of the outcome.
The behavior of the future: Think circular
As we are becoming more efficient to produce – our products have improved and goods have become cheaper – should we not consider becoming as efficient in consuming, meaning reducing to the maximum our waste footprint?
The policy of the future: Redefine profit
As the world is grappling with global warming, climate change, biodiversity loss, and pandemics, the necessity to redefine profit will become a central part of businesses´ and everybody's discussions. Redefining profit is not only about new ways of making benefits, but more so about what we collectively decide to give value.
The consultant of the future: Rousseau Alike
The social contract, understood here as the set of rules, norms, rights, and mutual responsibilities we have among ourselves as citizens, is broken. Consultants are prime candidates for the rebuilding of the social contract because they already have the knowledge and expertise of making the bridge between citizens, governments, and corporations.
This #4 edition was co-created by the below future thinkers. Thank you.
If you want to know the whole story, download Loyal Future Insights #4 edition.