We think doing the right thing is hard. But does it have to be that hard?
We think it is hard to master an ethical compass in times of divergent value systems, representing everyone in a corporate culture, transitioning to a regenerative model and working on our gender equality scheme. But maybe our thinking is wrong. But if we build for legacy, act and decide for posterity, we will be able to lead and make with ease as we can lift the restraints of temporary and contemporary concerns.
In his talk, Lab Agent Alan Moore shows the best examples of leading and building for legacy and how viewing the present from a future perspective makes a lot of tough decisions easier.
- Insights into how you can align own KPIs with societal gain to ensure both
- Learnings from organisations that navigate complexity successfully and gracefully
- Tools to help you prioritize long term in a here-and-now perspective
Alan is an accomplished designer, artist and business innovator. Alan is the author of four books on creativity, design and business transformation, his latest, “DO Design. Why beauty is key to everything” is an inspirational guide to beauty and the design of business that is capturing the hearts, hands and minds of people around the world.
Alan has spoken at SXSW, The Do Lectures, MIT, Sloan School of Management and The Hay on Wye Literature Festival, has written for The Guardian, Stanford Social Innovation Review, Management Today, and appeared on the BBC and Monocle’s, ‘The Entrepreneurs’. He has been privileged to advise, and work with many leading businesses across six continents. Also, Alan still works as an artist and tries to live every day as beautifully as he can.