BEYOND BUSINESS AS USUAL

PUBLICATIONS 

We explore business unusual with a focus on trends, strategy, innovation, and business as a force for good. Why? Because good business is simply good for business, and it is seriously needed in solving the world's wicked problems and co-creating a better future.

Here you can find our publications. 

 

  

 

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THE BETTER BUSINESS PLAYBOOK

Navigate the opportunities and best practices of Better Business and become a force for good. Because good business is simply good for business. 

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FOUNDER'S BLOG

BEYOND BUSINESS AS USUAL

Elisabet Lagerstedt, Future Navigators' founder and principal, has blogged since 2010, and the blog has evolved ever since. Her interest and focus today is exploring business unusual and the strategic opportunities for business as a force for good.

 

FOUNDER'S BOOK

NAVIGERA IN I FRAMTIDEN
Available in Swedish only, by Elisabet Lagerstedt (2018)

Många bolagsjättar redan slagits ut i en flod av disruptiv innovation och kreativ förstörelse. Är ni på väg i samma riktning? I boken presenteras tankar om accelererande förändring och hur det påverkar företag och organisationer. Den ger också dig som ledare tolv gyllene principer för att långsiktigt navigera i framtiden.

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INSEAD KNOWLEDGE 
by Elisabet Lagerstedt (2016)

WHY STRATEGY IS NOT DEAD

Strategy is no longer necessary, according to some – but without it, business would not utilise our full human potential. 


 

INSEAD KNOWLEDGE

by Elisabet Lagerstedt (2015)

WHY YOUR COMPANY NEEDS A RESIDENT FUTURIST

Being far-sighted about your strategy can help you prepare for the big global changes already unfolding.

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INSEAD KNOWLEDGE

by Elisabet Lagerstedt (2014)

BUSINESS STRATEGY: ARE YOU INSIDE-OUT OR OUTSIDE-IN?

An ideological gulf has opened in today’s business world, between companies that look outward for long-term value and those relying on internal resources.