EBF 2021 Playbook
By Peter Fisk & Speakers
Peter Fisk has in collaboration with the speakers of European Business Forum 2021 created a unique “playbook” for businesses seeking to create a more inspiring purpose, to drive sustainable innovation, and find more enlightened growth. The playbook is most effectively used alongside a two-day workshop for business leaders and teams.
The Leadership playbook tools includes:
- Define your inspiring purpose (inspired by the Golden Circle and Ikigai)
- Align with the 17 SDGs (including the Good Life Goals)
- Embrace your diversity (Created by Tine Willumsen, CEO Above & Beyond)
- Flip your future (created by Mark Esposito)
- Define your project canvas (created by Antonio Nieto Rodriguez)
- Step up to lead the future (created by Peter Fisk)
and many more…
By Peter Fisk
Business Recoded is for business leaders who seek to progress in today’s rapidly changing world, and to create the organisations that will thrive in tomorrow’s world. It explores how to lead a better future, to reimagine your business, to reinvent markets, and to energise your people. It describes how to combine profit with more purpose, intelligent technologies with creative people, and radical innovation with sustainable impact.
The book is built on 7 seismic shifts driving a more enlightened future of business, unlocking 49 codes that collectively define a new DNA for organisations and their leadership. It’s about you – realising your future potential – by developing your own codes for more enlightened progress, personal and business success.
“Business Recoded is a great source of inspiration for leaders who want to prepare themselves for the future” – Alexander Osterwalder.
“A brilliant collection of practical guidelines intended to refresh and reinvent our mindsets” – Santiago Iniguez, President of IE University.
The Building Blocks of Business Thinking
By Bjarke Wolmar
This booklet brings together all the basic principles of business thinking. It is a starting point to develop a better business, by connecting the different models, and then being able to explore the best new ideas.
We explore some of the most popular models from the top Thinkers50-ranked academics from Michael Porter to Clayton Christensen, Alexander Osterwalder to Chan Kim and Renee Mauborgne, and many more.