About the course
What is the Future of Doing?
Based on an insight research and success of the podcast series, the Future of Doing ‘movement’ evolved into a four-day hands-on touring workshop focused on the unique needs of teams who deliver innovation and creativity as their primary function.
The program aims to rethink the key pillars of the employee experience, as well as co-design a future workplace for creative makers. In attending, not only are you taking part in a powerful and timely debate, you’re joining a cultural movement – one that will positively impact the lives of creative makers.
Each day’s focus is on a key pillar of employee experience and will begin with an ‘insights’ briefing in which the compelling findings from the research done on ‘creative making’ will be shared and discussed. Organizations who already innovate in the realm of the specific pillar of employee experience will also be examined.
All of this will be followed by a co-design session, a sharing of frameworks and ideation guidance to develop new approaches to tackle workplace environments, collaboration, selling, idea generation, value and purpose.
Day 1: Purpose
Day 2: Values & Selling
Day 3: Ideas
Day 4: Environment & Collaboration
Find out more about the Future of Doing and listen to episodes 1-7 on the Future of Doing podcast series.
Singapore is a central hub of the Asia Pacific region with its world's most active port. With its multicultural population, tropical climate and burgeoning economy, it’s an attractive city for many companies interested in going to market in APAC. We welcome creative makers of the area to attend the Future of Doing - Singapore as well as those who want to experience the excitement and energy of the bustling and vibrant city.
Known for its history, rich culture and eclectic art and techno scene, it’s no wonder Berlin’s the home to so many eager startups. Dubbed by many as Silicon Allee, it has been estimated that a startup is founded every 20 minutes in the German capital. We welcome Berlin-based creative makers, those sprawled across Europe and anyone else eager to experience the draw that so many budding entrepreneurs have for the city to attend the Future of Doing Berlin.
London is considered one of the world’s most important global cities for its economy and significant impact on most industries — from the arts and entertainment, to healthcare, education and transportation. The city’s focus on sustainability and innovation not only make it one of the world’s most desirable places to live, but also to visit. We welcome the city’s dwelling creative makers, those living across the UK and anyone interested in getting to know life in the British capital to attend the Future of Doing - London.
Why New York?
Home of the world’s largest stock market, headquarters of the United Nations and over 8.6 million people, New York has been described as the cultural, financial and media capital of the world. We welcome the local creatives of NYC and other cities across the US to attend the Future of Doing - New York as well as those who want to experience the bustling life in a New York Minute.
Because of COVID-19, many providers are cancelling or postponing in-person programs or providing online participation options.
We are happy to help you find a suitable online alternative.