#14 Simon Sinek: How to Lead in the 21st CenturyFuture Forecast with Isabelle Ringnes add
Have you found your why? In this latest podcast episode, one of the world's foremost thinkers in all things leadership, Simon Sinek, gives you his insights and advice on:How to live a more authentic life The ONE important question you should be asking your friends How to keep your mobile phone from ruining your relationships ...And more...
You don't want to miss this one - it is FULL of inspiration and key takeaways. Be sure to share it with your friends and colleagues.
#13 Nancy Giordano: Tech Between PeopleFuture Forecast with Isabelle Ringnes addWe hear so much about AI, 3D printing, AR, VR, but what is often overlooked is the technologies between people.
One of the world's top female futurists, Nancy Giordano explains why she is excited to explore the potential of these technologies. Based out of Austin Texas, Giordano has spent her career building, shaping and evolving a portfolio of $50 billion worth of major global brands. She was the first global TEDx licensee and currently leads a youth-led team to produce one of the globe’s largest TEDx event. Tune in!
#12 Dr. Kjell Nordström: The value of human touchFuture Forecast with Isabelle Ringnes add
This guest is described globally as “not your typical business guru” with words such as revolutionizing, amusing, enthusiastic, informal, passionate, story-telling and thought-provoking. Dr Kjell Nordström shares how leadership is an art form, the importance of company values, how to make work fun again and more. Tune in!
#11 Peter Hinssen: Surviving radical innovationFuture Forecast with Isabelle Ringnes add
The reality is that most companies cannot become a unicorn. Another mythical animal that can re-invent itself under stress and come out stronger is a phoenix. Tune in to hear why Google is becoming a boring company and how Walmart is succeeding at staying relevant in radically changing times. We're talking with Peter Hinssen, a serial entrepreneur, advisor and one of the most sought-after thought leaders on the impact of all things digital.
#10 Kate Darling: Emotional connections with life-like machinesFuture Forecast with Isabelle Ringnes add
In this episode, we explore the emotional connection between people and life-like machines. We are talking to Dr. Kate Darling who is a leading expert in Robot Ethics. She’s a researcher at the MIT Media Lab, where she investigates social robotics and conducts experimental studies on human-robot interaction. Kate’s work has been featured in Vogue, The New Yorker, The Guardian, Forbes, WIRED, and more. Tune in!
#09: Eliza Filby: Creating a multi-generational work placeFuture Forecast with Isabelle Ringnes add
How will you create a multi-generational work place and manage and a diverse workforce? This episode covers how to successfully recruit and retain Gen Z and Millennial talents.
We are talking to Dr. Eliza Filby academic speaker and broadcaster and a historian who studies generations - from baby boomers to Gen Alpha. She founded the leading training organizations for universities in UK, has written for The Guardian, Times, Telegraph and frequently appeared on television news broadcasts.
#08 Andreas Birnik - How to build a great teamFuture Forecast with Isabelle Ringnes add
Today, we're talking with serial entrepreneur Andreas Birnik who is currently a Partner at Antler, a company generator and early-stage VC, about entrepreneurship, building great teams, avoiding failures and startup trends. This podcast covers entrepreneurship, building great teams, avoiding failures and startup trends.
#07 Kris Østergaard: How to digitize a cup of coffeeFuture Forecast with Isabelle Ringnes add
Did you know that your company has an immune system? Well, it does, and it's time to break it down. This episode covers culture hacks, digitizing coffee, and what it means to optimize, augment and mutate innovation. We are talking to Kris Østergaard, the co-founder of SingularityU Nordic.
#06 Azeem Azhar: Living up to the hype cycleFuture Forecast with Isabelle Ringnes add
We don’t often see the trial and error happening in labs across the world, but the shiny new piece of tech that is produced at the end - we have come to expect rapid technological development, and are disappointed when these developments don't meet our expectations.
With a two-decade career in technology, Azeem Azhar helps us understand how technology is rapidly shaping our future.
#05 Anita Schjøll Brede: All things AIFuture Forecast with Isabelle Ringnes add
Tune in to hear how a technology company became one of the world's most innovative companies in just 2 years.
Anita Schjøll Brede is the CEO and Co-Founder of Iris.ai; an artificial intelligence company announced by Fast Company to be one of the 10 Most Innovative Companies in AI last year.
Iris.ai is an AI Science assistant– and will grow up to be the world’s first AI Researcher. Forbes named Anita among the world’s top 50 women in tech.
#04 Dr. Lauri Reuter: The Future of FoodFuture Forecast with Isabelle Ringnes add
We're talking plant-based 'meats', growing muscles in petri dishes and going vegan vs. reducing meat consumption.
Lauri Reuter is an expert in the future of food, and is the guy to ask if you've ever wondered what we are going to eat in the future, and how all that food is going to be produced using technology.
#01 Randi Zuckerberg: Women in TechFuture Forecast with Isabelle Ringnes add
Welcome to Future Forecast with Isabelle Ringnes. The podcast where we discuss leadership, technology, and sustainability with some of the most influential leaders and entrepreneurs from around the world. We explore their insights into some of the most exciting trends and topics of our time and learn from their personal experiences.
This episode dives into the entrepreneurship gene, our relationship to technology and women in tech. Which is why it is perfect that we are talking to one of the most influential women in tech on the planet, Randi Zuckerberg.
Randi graduated from Harvard in 2003 and later became one of the first employees at Facebook, working alongside her brother, the company's founder. She left Facebook in 2011, and has since authored four books, started her own media company, run multiple television shows, and even performed on Broadway.
In April she joined us in Norway at the Oslo Business Forum where she told us her honest reflections on the silicon valley mentality and ended her spectacular talk with a personal song about our relationship to technology which made the crowd go wild. Joining us on the podcast today are also her co-founders at the Zuckerberg Insititute Brian Patrik Murphy and Michael Littig.
#02 Richard Quest: Economic Shifts and Fake NewsFuture Forecast with Isabelle Ringnes add
Learn about some of the major geopolitical, socioeconomic shifts, fake news and other technological trends affecting our future with CNN presenter, Richard Quest.
Quest is CNN's foremost international business correspondent and presenter of Quest Means Business, the definitive word on how we earn and spend our money. He is based in New York City and is one of the most instantly recognizable members of the CNN team.
Quest has regularly reported from the G20 meetings and attends the World Economic Forum in Davos Switzerland each year. He has covered every major stock market and financial crisis since Black Monday in 1987.
#03 Pascal Finette: Building a Radically New FutureFuture Forecast with Isabelle Ringnes add
This episode covers all things exponential technology, entrepreneurship and building a radically new future.
Tune in to hear from Pascal Finette, co-founder of radical Ventures and Singularity University’s Chair for Entrepreneurship & Open Innovation. Pascal Finette believes a change in mindset is where businesses need to start in this ever-changing world of tech. Learning how to think exponentially and making sense of fast-paced trends can keep organizations on par with the technological curve.