Adam is a world-renown expert on innovation, strategy, and change management. He has served on multiple boards, including Audit Chair for a NASDAQ traded company and has spoken at over 1,000 leadership events, both multi-company and single company, as a keynote speaker. Adam presents and leads workshops on how to achieve faster growth via higher levels of innovation.
Adam’s accurate forecasts about market shifting trends and his predictions for industry leading corporations has made him a frequent press interviewee regarding top tech companies, as well as the automobile, media and retail industry leaders. His insights into business growth and overcoming organizational obstacles have been featured in over 600 journals, including such notables as Forbes, Inc, Adweek, Fortune, Washington Times – and multiple radio and television interviews. Adam received his Harvard MBA with distinction, and offers three decades of top-tier management consulting credentials with Fortune 500 companies.
Manny is an award-winning business leader and entrepreneur with expertise in the areas of innovation, rapid technology deployment, sales, and marketing. Manny has applied his vast cross-market experience to launch hundreds of successful commercialization projects, support the growth of established businesses, and has help many startups launch their companies to sustainable revenue.
He has served on multiple boards and has received multiple awards for his rapid company growth including Hispanic Chamber of Commerce 40 under 40, Innovation &; Impact Award, Copper Cactus Innovation Award, and the SBDC Success Award. Manny received his BS in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Arizona and stays active in the community.
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We’ve said it before. You’ve got to pay attention to the trends, but not just the trends in your business’ performance.
It is crucial to look beyond your business, beyond your market, beyond your beliefs and culture for the trends that will shape the future economy and consumer habits.
In this episode we consider the ten megatrends John Naisbitt predicted in his 1982 book on the topic. Amongst them Naisbitt’s forecasted the shifts from industry to information, from centralized to decentralized decision making, from forced technology use to desired technology use, and the US population shift from the East to the Southwest. Naisbitt noticed these rising trends 30 years ago that are undeniably playing out today.
Consider where you, your business, and the world are today and look longitudinal. You are seeing new disruptions with your own eyes, but think about it: what will the long-term effects be on your business? What will happen if you don’t adjust to these trends in time? It’s time to work these trends into every business decision you make to secure its survival and your success.