Date and Time
Thursday, October 18th, 2018
11:30am – 1:00pm
25 Main Street West, Suite 1800
Seminar Presentation: Re-Wiring Our Minds For Success In The New Digital Workplace
According to the futurist Bill Bishop, “If we want to provide prosperity for ourselves and our children, we need to re-wire our minds for the realities of the 21st Century. If we do that, virtually unlimited opportunities for success are possible. If we don’t do that, our prospects will be much more limited.”
As Bishop points out, “the marketplace has changed on a fundamental level, so a completely new way of thinking is required. We need to replace linear thinking with spatial thinking. We need to stop building businesses that resemble assembly lines and start building value hubs. And instead of selling our products and services, we need to sell BIG Ideas instead.
In this talk Bishop will explain why old factory thinking is obsolete, and he will then outline the five-stage new factory thinking approach. At the end of the presentation, you’ll have a completely different perspective about your business, your career, and the economy. You’ll also be excited and empowered to succeed in new economy.
Bill Bishop is founder and CEO of The BIG Idea Company. He is also founder of The New Economy Network, with chapters in Toronto, Edmonton, Vancouver, and Washington D.C. Well over 5000 companies have benefited from Bill’s The BIG Idea Adventure™, a step-by-step coaching program created to help companies develop, package, and communicate BIG Ideas. These BIG Ideas include one-of-a-kind products and services, disruptive business models, new packaging concepts, and unconventional marketing promotions.
Bill is also the author of numerous books including Strategic Marketing For The Digital Age, and his recently published, The New Factory Thinker: Re-Wiring Our Minds For Success In A Disrupted Marketplace—the subject of this lecture.
Bill has shared his innovative ideas in a wide variety of forums including The MIT Entrepreneur Program, MacKay CEO Forums, Entrepreneur’s Organization (EO), The Knowledge Bureau, The Ivey School of Business, The Schulich School of Business, and Queen’s University Executive MBA Program.
To learn more see: BishopBigIdeas.com