Amy Webb

Quantitative futurist
The business school professor, author and CEO of the Future Today Institute on why CxOs need the skillset of futurists, so they pick up on the signals and trends that will determine future success for their organizations — even in the face of disruption.
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  • Anticipating the future in uncertain times

    Anticipating the future in uncertain times

    Quantitative futurist, business school professor and bestselling author Amy Webb argues that it is now more important than ever that leaders — across business, public service and society — are able to reimagine their organizations with an informed understanding of what the future might bring.
  • Reading the signals and trends that will define the future

    Reading the signals and trends that will define the future

    What emerging technologies, breakthrough business models and industry shake-ups will determine the winning organizations of the next decade and beyond? Futurist Amy Webb offers a framework for ensuring CxOs make the right bets — and distinguish impactful changes, such as 5G, IIoT and AI, from just ‘noise.’
  • The digital leader’s role in charting their organization’s future

    The digital leader’s role in charting their organization’s future

    In many industries, digital virtuosity now determines an organization’s long-term success. With their visibility into advanced technologies and business models, tech leaders have a big responsibility for reading market trends and guiding their organization’s future, argues futurist Amy Webb.

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