Rapid technological advancement means that “chaos” is a constant for every organisation.
While technology precipitates chaos, it’s humans that are truly chaotic.
The Nimbus Ninety community is the home for disruptive thinking. All of our members, whether secure or vulnerable, must act now to seize the opportunities from imminent changes.
We’re a home for “chief disruptors” from every sector and remit. Chief Disruptor LIVE has been built with, and for, those who create and deliver change.
We will examine the causes of tomorrow’s changes for your organisation; to identify where you fit in local and global trends, and to show practical steps to accelerating your disruptive programme.
Chief Disruptor LIVE will:
Crowdfluencers are designed to draw out debate from the crowd. Experts set the scene and adopt controversial “takes” on subjects; to challenge the assumptions in the room. Fence-sitters beware: you will be asked to take a side!
Solution Rooms. Ahead of time, we’ll ask you to come with business problems you want solving around a specific theme. You’ll workshop those issues with peers to unlock the solutions that your peers recommend. You’ll be guided through the session by a fantastic “Chief Disruptor”.
Speed Dating is a non-romantic way of bringing the ease and excitement back into networking. Talk to a range of peers in one-on-one six-minute chats. Leave with new contacts and a changed perspective.
The Nerd Squad and the Business Council aren’t the kind where you sit back and ask questions in audiences. Approach our experts on the panel one-to-one, and learn from their specific expertise. Quantum computing could reset your security needs, but do you even know what it is?
Why Projects Fail
Why do businesses get disrupted? Hear from organisations that have been. Examine the causes of digital project failure, the causes of failure generally, and conduct pre-mortems. Where are your vulnerabilities?
Complacency and Threat
Take a look at the security, human and competitive “threat” landscape for the next 5 years. Nearly all successful disruption relies on assumptions from incumbents. By examining those, we’ll be identifying where disruptors can seize market share.
The Amorphous Consumer
How are your customers changing? They discover products differently, think differently, and value different things, than they did 5 years ago. We examine how you can improve your appeal to tomorrow’s customer.
This is the “information enlightenment” — the way we consume information has changed as businesses and consumers. How must businesses respond? And how can you cater to the all-knowing consumer?
The Collapse of Distance
A rising Chinese middle class. Geopolitics of data. How to minimise the risks of Brexit. We examine ways that a global office, workforce, and consumer base, will continue to change the way we work as businesses.
The rise of mighty platforms has created CEO-Emperors. “Big Tech” has provoked legislative responses from governments, such as GDPR; the courtroom dramas of Mark Zuckerberg now result in consequences which affect us all. If data truly is the new oil, then like oil, it will surely start to creep into politics.