Videos All years NEXT19 NEXT18 NEXT17 NEXT16 NEXT15 NEXT14 NEXT13 All tags NEXT Highlights NEXT Live Filter Filter by All NEXT Highlights NEXT Live NEXT19 NEXT18 NEXT17 NEXT16 NEXT15 NEXT14 NEXT13 close WHAT’S NEXT S2 E4 – Laëtitia Vitaud: The Future of work In the fourth episode of season two of WHAT'S NEXT Laëtitia Vitaud explains why home is work’s new frontier. WHAT’S NEXT S2 E3 – Albert Wenger: The Great Transition In the third episode of season two of WHAT'S NEXT, Albert Wenger explored the problems that capitalism hasn’t been able to solve, how we can address them — and the desperate need to create a big vision of the future we want. WHAT’S NEXT S2 E2 – Thomas Müller: Now is the time to design our futures During the second episode of the second season of WHAT'S NEXT, Fjord's Managing Director Thomas Müller explored how the combination of design and foresight can help navigate us through different crises into a better future. WHAT’S NEXT S2 E1 – Matthias Schrader: Redesigning the “New Never Normal” Kick-off for WHAT'S NEXT season two! In the first episode, NEXT Conference founder, Matthias Schrader, explained what he has learned about building future proof experiences. What’s NEXT Episode 10 – Efosa Ojomo: Understanding Market-Creating Innovations and the Job to Be Done In the final episode of What’s NEXT's first season, Efosa Ojomo explored how a framework for exploring innovation can help you make the right choices to grow your business. What’s NEXT Episode 9 – Mark Adams: The secret of 21st Century’s most successful brands In the ninth episode of What’s NEXT, Mark Adams explored how a brand’s values allow it to spread rapidly through networks of passion and interest, and to keep growing as a result. What’s NEXT Episode 8 – Payal Arora: Re-assessing ‘value’ in the global value chain In episode 8 of 'What's NEXT', Payal Arora explored the emerging narratives around rethinking global value chains – and some of the problematic assumptions built into them. What’s NEXT Episode 7 – Ben Sauer: Mind your metaphor: common innovation mistakes in times of change In Episode 7 of 'What's NEXT' Ben Sauer argued that we need frameworks to navigate times of crisis. However, the metaphors we choose can have a profound effect on the solutions we create. What’s NEXT Episode 6 – Douglas Rushkoff: Team Human: Is This Game Over? In episode 6 of 'What's NEXT' author and media theorist Douglas Rushkoff explained that the current crisis offers an opportunity for us to rethink everything from capitalism through media to education. What’s NEXT Episode 5 – Sohail Inayatullah: New narratives for a world in change In our fifth episode of What’s NEXT, Sohail Inayatullah explored how changing your narrative of the present opens the door to a series of alternative futures, giving you the opportunity to choose the ones you want – and work towards it. What’s NEXT Episode 4 – Pamela Pavliscak: The Future of Feeling (after a Global Pandemic) For episode 4 of 'What's NEXT' we welcomed Pamela Pavliscak to our digital stage. She explored our relationships with tech and how machines read our emotions. What’s NEXT Episode 3 – Harper Reed: Community and systems to combat global crisis How can we use and channel our pandemic-driven anxiety levels for the common good? And what's the role of technology in all this? We touched upon these and further questions in episode 3 of 'What's NEXT' with Harper Reed. What’s NEXT Episode 2 – Benedict Evans: Paths to the New Normal (incl. presentation highlights) In Episode 2, Benedict Evans took viewers of 'What’s NEXT' through a tour of where we are, and where we’re likely going, as we emerge from the shock of being locked down. What’s NEXT Episode 1 – Halt and Catch Fire What’s NEXT’ is the new show to shift your perspective on digital business: 45 minutes of news and insights with international experts and an audience from around the globe. In the very first episode of ‘What’s NEXT’ content curator Monique van Dusseldorp, trend watcher David Mattin and NEXT Chief Editor Ina Feistritzer discuss the NEXT theme of Halt and Catch Fire.