Futurist, scholar and author of six books on technology, social change, leadership and industry.
Should You Trust in Media During a Public Health Crisis?
By Gary Epler, M.D., Harvard Medical School and Trond A. Undheim, Ph.D., Futurist, Founder of Yegii, Inc. The media universe is drawn to negativity. Bloggers exploit this fully, but national media also pick extreme angles. […]
Future Insight 2030 to include keynote by Trond Undheim
Trond Undheim will keynote the Future Insight 2030 conference on 2 April 2020 presenting on The Future of Work and AI. Future Insight is a leading innovation conference arranged in Norway (see the 2018 event). […]
The Disruption Games—and Why You Need to Fail
Over the next few years, failure will become a necessary growth strategy for any individual or firm.
How to sell when you don’t like it
If you are not a natural salesman, you need creative strategies to build your brand based on your strengths and you need a spokesperson and content strategist to complement your efforts.
Disruption Games – Week 2
I’m exited for week 2 of my book campaign, having sold 49 copies of my book, Disruption Games, so far. I need to get to 250 by Friday 9th to keep up. Grab a $20 […]
Yegii, the insight network, is in open beta
I am excited to announce that my startup Yegii is in open beta. Yegii Inc. supplies specialist insight to businesses in the midst of industry disruption. Analyzing emerging tech, policy and business models is where Yegii […]
Strategy failure in cleantech
Cleantech has seen its share of high profile failures over the past year. The bankruptcy of solar cell company Solyndra has been the most public, but there are many others. This has led many to […]
I recently spoke to a group of Product Marketing students at KU Leuven, the famous and ancient university in Belgium. Despite my warnings that they were taller, smarter, and funnier than me and that there was no reason to think that I should give them advice, rather the reverse, they actually listened to me for almost an hour. via Beyond Leadership From Below.
Effective leadership of tomorrow will have little to do with formal position. Power will vary from project to project. Those who excel at sharing and pooling knowledge will win.