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The talk by Dr Paolo Frizzi on the larger global context of the 4th Industrial Revolution and to further present what we learned at Consulus: that is, how businesses today are becoming extraordinary places where change can be developed and applied. From this point of advantage, business leaders can have a direct role to positively affect this economic shift, in a way, never before experienced in this scale.
Since 2013 it has become clear to us, that companies must be more than just beneficiaries of the economic system and contribute to making it better through our work. So being voices and actors for the future good is even more critical today.
The traditional role of being domain experts no longer suffices and consultants must remain flexible and open to other alternate routes to success. Instead of merely instructing clients, it is imperative that consultants take on a listening role and deeply understand their genuine needs.
Pope Francis is challenging us to remember that the economy must be at the service of humanity and not become the dictator of our values and actions.
‘NetSong’, jointly developed by a global team of multidisciplinary experts from CPG, Consulus, Landscape Jardins Asia and Glopan, won the Second Prize and the Public Choice Award at the International Landscape Design Competition for Han Riverfront in Danang.
The Challenges of the New World Order: The disruption of Industry 4.0 and why a unified approach is needed
In this epoch-changing era, the 4th Industrial Revolution is reminding us why unified models and integrated approaches are the most effective methods to reshape the purpose of nations and organisations.
Many of us know that the 4th Industrial Revolution is upon us and it will fundamentally change the way we live, work and play. So how well you…
WCD gets in touch with RMIT Vietnam, RMIT Vietnam, the Asian hub of Melbourne-based University to find out about what they are doing to shape the world.
The Columnist talks to Mr. Larry Ng, currently serving as Managing Director of World Cities Summit, and Group Director (Architecture & Urban Design Excellence) at Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA) Singapore to find out more about the current pressing urban issues and what should be done to make cities more liveable and sustainable.
Conflict at work erodes trust, commitment, and loyalty. It is the No.1 productivity killer as everyone works based on assumptions which are not accurate and it slows down corporate initiatives. It’s time to design your business to end it.
If Vietnamese companies want to compete on an equal footing as a new wave of competition appears on the horizon, then it is a matter of choice and not about the environment.
The challenge is, how do we keep ourselves from clamming up whenever people criticize us. Think positive, at least the person cares enough to offer his/her feedback.
Innovation is a long journey that will involve many episodes of failures, fears and false starts. Here are some 3 essential elements, on how to take a realistic approach so as to reap sustained results from the process.
If we seek to be meaningful innovators then we have to remain open and empty our judgement before we speak. Here is a reflection to help you build a culture of openness to innovation and creativity.
Consulus was presented as a model of how companies through their daily work can become platforms for dialogue that makes them more relevant for a pluralistic age.
The three keywords approach has allowed us to discover the unique skills and beliefs of each Consulite. What about you? Which three words will you use to introduce yourself?
Most succession plans are too idealistic, burdened by unrealistic expectations thus designed to fail. Here is how you can avoid this approach.
The current global movement of dialogue is in a dire need for innovation to become more effective to overcome stalemates in the politics, business and religion.
The time has come to stop using broad strokes to condemn companies but to ask, what effective solutions can be designed to overcome complex issues and save our planet.
Understanding and defining the impact of design when it is not used as a tool for expression, but rather as a tool for growth, has been our life’s work.