INSPIRING LECTURE

Organisation of the Future

A keynote lecture that shows you, in an inspiring way, how managers and directors can prepare their organisations for an exponential future. Which skills do you need? What does inspirational leadership look like? How can you use the ‘new world’ to lead your organisation to the next phase? How do you build the organisation of the future?

Dominated by exponential technology and disruption, the world around us is changing rapidly. As an organisation, how do you deal with these changes? How do you successfully manoeuvre towards the future? Which steps can you take? And what are the characteristics of a future leader? This keynote lecture will offer you insights, case studies, many examples and a clear plan of action.

TOPICS THAT WILL BE COVERED

HYPER CONNECTED

The company of the future is 'hyper-connected' with the new world. It closely monitors new developments while in-house trend watchers analyse and encourage movement. There is continuous contact with smart startups, innovative companies, scientists and universities. The network provides solutions and new business models. But how do you become a hyper connected organisation?

ALGORITHMICALLY CONTROLLED ORGANISATIONS

Organising tasks and activities needs to be done efficiently. Should we still leave the implementation of processes up to people, or are algorithms better at performing predictive and repetitive tasks? The ‘self-tuning enterprise’ is coming. Smart algorithms analyse the world around the company and prevent problems before they arise. But how do you develop an algorithmically driven organisation?

EXPERIMENTATION

In a rapidly changing world, experimentation is a prerequisite for continuity. Organisations that continuously explore and discover will be able to adapt to the future. But how do you do that?

SPECIAL FORCES

The organisation of the future consists of small units that are able to rapidly develop new products, services or processes. They can also ‘attack’ existing business models or processes. They are flexible, disruptive and 'hyper-connected' – independent, yet in collaboration with the existing organisation. How do you create such a 'Special Forces' approach?

GIG ECONOMY

Steady jobs are out. Flexibility is in. Organisations develop a flexible workforce with talented employees that offer support on complex and interesting issues. This way, organisations can accelerate when necessary and count on many talents that can be deployed globally. How do you prepare your organisation for the ‘gig-economy'?

21ST CENTURY SKILLS

The rapidly changing future also places different demands on the employee of the future. A perfect combination of knowledge, skills and mindset is needed. Passion and curiosity are critical. Flexibility and creativity are essential. Which new skills are important to safeguard the organisation of the future? Which type of approach is needed to get the ‘omega generation’ on board?

INSPIRING LEADERSHIP

The architecture of the organisation of the future is fascinating, inspiring and complex. It requires new leadership with a new vision for the development of organisations. Future leaders are personal and accessible. They need to connect, energise, inspire, look ahead and be prepared to constantly veer off the beaten track. What do the leaders of the future look like? How do we develop this group and prepare them for the future?

CUSTOMIZED KEYNOTE

We also offer customised keynotes. Existing lectures can be adjusted to your requirements, or we can develop a new keynote that is specifically tailored to what you need.

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Are you interested in this keynote lecture? Please complete the request lecture form or call me on 085-3030792.

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RICHARD VAN HOOIJDONK

TRENDWATCHER & FUTURIST
Company-of-the-future

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PERFORMANCES

Below you will find some videos of various performances and interviews with, among others, RTL Boulevard, RTL News, VARA and BNN. More videos can be viewed here.

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Testimonials

“Credible, high-speed and to the point”

Henk Geveke
Managing Director
TNO Defence

Richard van Hooijdonk provides a dazzling presentation on numerous technological developments and their impact on society and the economy. Credible, high-speed and to the point. Inspires to think and act.

“A dazzling journey through new technology”

Patrick Steemers
Partner
Deloitte

A dazzling journey through new technology. The enthusiasm and energy during his presentation, combined with the visuals, provided a successful kick- off to our event.

“An impressive and noteworthy presentation”

Rob Pols
CEO
Atos

An impressive and noteworthy presentation for our employees and customers. The rate at which change is happening - which you eloquently brought across in your energetic speech - requires a disruptive approach. To be continued!

“Thanks for the fantastic session”

Rob van Veen
Commercial director
Draka

The connections have been made. We now know how to participate, innovate and conquer new markets in a unique way. Thanks for the fantastic session.

“Contribution to the congress was particularly dynamic and inspiring!”

Jan Struijs
Police

Richard van Hooijdonk’s contribution to the congress was particularly dynamic and inspiring! The participants experienced recognition, awareness and certainly, a wake-up call. There were no signs of a post-lunch dip! In short, an excellent contribution through a highly professional performance.

“Enthusiastic speaker, a good and versatile story”

Maarten Buikhuisen
Director Global Solutions
Heineken

Enthusiastic speaker, a good and versatile story. Everyone was ‘wowed’ by the lecture.