Welcome to NELD Seminar 3:. Leading for Creative and Visionary Change. Mapping the Future: Cartography or Carte Blanche?. Natalie Schoch Natalie.email@example.com. The Future: Exploring or Creating?. Agenda. Thinking about the future A systems approach Trends to consider for:
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Leading for Creative
and Visionary Change
Source: Edward Cornish, Futurist, Jul-Aug 2001
Implications: Expanded markets Consolidation, Alliances, Partnerships
Superpowers: Countries Companies
Thomas Friedman, Lexus and the Olive Tree, 1999
Market-driven economic totalism
People are consumers
Westernization (americanization) via media and “infectious videology”
Any religious fundamentalism
People are family or the enemy
Anti-western, anti modernJihad vs. McWorld
Benjamin Barber, U of MD, 1995
film was domestic. All the rest were US films.
In 10 of these 22 countries,
NO domestic films made the top 10 for that year.
All were from the US.
Countries included: Argentina, Austria, Brazil, Chile, Denmark, Egypt, Finland, Germany, France, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Japan, Malaysia, Netherlands, Mexico, Poland, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, UKJihad vs. McWorld
Jihad—Anti-modern, religion-based tribes?
Democracy—liberty, freedom, and concern for the public good?Which World?
We do not inherit the earth from our ancestors; we borrow it from our children
Native American Proverb