10/28/2021 | 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
Deb Reuben, Founder/CEO, TomorrowZone
Taking time away from day to day demands to imagine and focus creatively on future possibilities, may seem like a luxury for many business leaders. In a rapidly changing and uncertain world, the practice is vital. But who has the time? How do you keep an eye on future possibilities when dealing with the fires of today?
The Performance Excellence Network — in partnership with the Wisconsin Center for Performance Excellence — is pleased to announce a powerful workshop: Envisioning & Planning for the Future: TomorrowZone Catalyst Virtual Experience, October 28, half-day online.
This virtual workshop is an opportunity to explore implications and opportunities of key forces of change and technology advances shaping our future. Join an interactive discussion with leadership peers on where these things are going, and more importantly, what it means for us today. Discuss the implications and opportunities today and in the future and imagine new possibilities. Stretch your thinking about new possibilities for shaping your future. Through a variety of interactive discussions and thought experiments, we will examine implications and opportunities today and possibilities for the future. Walk away with new ideas. Step away from the day-to-day and experience the TomorrowZone®.
How Will this Unique Workshop Work?
This fast-paced interactive workshop is a digital first hands-on collaboration experience. Together we will explore accelerating technology trends and what it could mean for your business now and in the future. This digital visual collaboration workshop follows the signature TomorrowZone® process which encourages learning through exploration of key trends and technologies to watch as well as interactive discussions, hands on activities, and thought experiments.
By the end of the event, attendees will:
- Identify and recognize forces of change likely to impact their industry short term and long term.
- Recognize and implications and opportunities of key disruptive technologies to watch.
- Collaborate with peers to imagine future possibilities
- Examine the impact of potential futures on leadership and decision making today
Technology Requirements for the Digital Catalyst Experience Participants:
- High speed internet
- Latest version of Zoom (ability to participate with audio & video)
- One of the following web browsers: Chrome: 51 or above; Edge: 43 or above; Safari: 9 or above; Firefox:
46 or above
- Introduction to the Mural digital collaboration tool is included to help you quickly get up to speed on the
basic skills for digital visual collaboration.
Investment is $200 for members ($400 for non-members). Discounts available for teams.
Don’t miss this opportunity to envision a more successful future!
Award-winning consultant, Deborah Reuben, CLFP, is Founder and CEO of TomorrowZone, a future-focused technology strategy consulting firm. A strategic advisor, author, and speaker, she works to inspire new thinking and explore the art of the possible through her extensive technical knowledge, equipment finance experience, and passion for challenging the status quo. Specializing in industry trends and strategic direction, with a holistic and relatable approach, she guides leaders who want to capitalize on the latest innovations to stay ahead of industry disruption.
She has broad equipment finance and professional background in both financial services (Wells Fargo and TCF) and the software industry (HCL and Linedata Capitalstream) and led many transformation initiatives, including the team that won the 2007 ELFA Operations and Technology Excellence Award. A member of ELFA’s Board of Directors, Monitor’s Editorial Board, she also chairs the ELFA’s Technology Innovation Working Group and co-launched the Disrupted+ conference series with Monitor. She is the author of The Certified Lease and Finance Professionals’ Handbook, 6th – 8th editions, and recipient of both the CLFP Foundation Cindy Spurdle Award of Excellence and the ELFA Michael J. Fleming Distinguished Service Award. Monitor Magazine profiled her as one of the fifty most influential women in the industry.
A creative technology strategist and problem solver, she is a catalyst for new thinking. With a keen eye for future technology trends, she brings forward-thinking insights and original ideas to help companies gain efficiencies and design roadmaps for the future. She guides leaders and teams who want to see the bigger picture to stay ahead of tomorrow, explore the art of the possible, and build momentum for transformative change.Map Unavailable