Strategies for a Greater Global Future with Professor Olaf Groth

Professor Olaf Groth talks about his forthcoming book, The Great Remobilization: Strategies & Designs for a Smarter Global Future.

Special Opportunity for Attendees -

If you include a copy of Professor Groth's new Great Remobilization book in your registration, he will be available to sign it!

Speaker Profile:

Professional Faculty---Strategy, Technology, Futures & Policy

Senior Adviser & Executive in Residence, Institute for Business Innovation

Faculty Director---Future of Technology

Visiting Scholar, Berkeley Roundtable on the International Economy

Event Location –

KW Commercial

4937 Telegraph Ave., Suite A

Oakland, CA 94609

Event Date –

Thursday, October 19, 2023

Event Start Time – 6:00 pm

Event End Time – 8:00 pm

Cost - $25 Alumni and Guests ($47 including book)

$15 Students ($37 including book)

Refreshments will be served

If an alum has questions, who should they contact:

Dean Suzuki at:

The East Bay Chapter of the Berkeley Haas Alumni Network invites you to a seminar by Professor Olaf J. Groth.

In this talk, based on research with 100 senior leaders around the world for his forthcoming book, The Great Remobilization: Strategies & Designs for a Smarter Global Future, MIT Press (co-authored with Mark Esposito and Terence Tse, and edited by Dan Zehr) (available in stores on October 17th), thought-leader and scholar-entrepreneur Professor Olaf Groth identifies tectonic shifts in the operating system and architecture of the global economy.

The 6C forces (COVID-like pandemics, cognitive technologies, crypto & web 3, cybersecurity, climate and carbon, China) converge to create tectonic shifts in our prevailing Globalization 1.0 paradigm toward Globalization 2.0: The Cognitive Economy. This is accompanied by political, societal, and economic turmoil, which in turn creates new opportunities and risks for executives, investors and policy makers alike.

Through Professor Groth’s new FLP-IT framework that leverages foresight, visioning and strategic leadership techniques, we can chart a path into this future, taking us to new growth horizons while enhancing trust and anti-fragility for our stakeholders.