When: Wednesday, September 23, 2020 - 16:00 CEST (10:00 EST)
We invite you to a 60 minutes live conversation in our studio with best-selling author Navi Radjou on his upcoming book ‘Conscious Society’.
Navi Radjou explains in his forthcoming book that human consciousness needs an update. His uplifting and empowering book is about redefining who we are, and reinventing how we consume, work, relate and live. Get up to speed with his ideas and practical advices on frugal innovation and corporate culture. Navi’s writing appears in Fast Company, Harvard Business Review and strategy+business, MIT Sloan Management Review, among other publications. He is a lifelong student of Yoga, Ayurveda, and Buddhist (Vipassana) meditation.
Navi Radjou, Bestselling Author
Navi is an innovation and leadership advisor and bestselling author. His most recent book, Frugal Innovation: How To Do More With Less, published by The Economist in 2015, shows how companies can innovate faster, better, and sustainably in today’s customer-driven global tech economy shaped by climate change.
Michiel Boreel, CTO Sogeti Group
Michiel Boreel is Group Chief Technology Officer, part of the Management Board of Sogeti Group on international level. Michiel leads SogetiLabs, a research group with the goal of inspiring customers to apply new technology in business processes. Based on his research and books, he is often asked for his engaging and visionary speeches or in the role of Master of Ceremony at national and international events. Additionally he works with many clients to create in-house innovation workshops where, through a strategic dialogue, emerging technologies are translated into specific business innovation opportunities.
Menno van Doorn, Research Director SogetiLabs
Menno van Doorn is Research director of SogetiLabs. Throughout his career he has published many books and reports on the impact of new technology on society and human behavior. The latest series of research that he published was on Digital Happiness and how GenZ is shaping the world through technology.