Global Business Network

Global Business Network (GBN) was a leading consulting firm that specialized in helping organizations to adapt and grow in an increasingly uncertain and volatile world... GBN was founded in Berkeley, California, in 1987 by a group of entrepreneurs including Peter Schwartz, Jay Ogilvy, Stewart Brand, Napier Collyns, and Lawrence Wilkinson. The company grew to include a core group of "practice members", and over a hundred individual network members (or "RPs") from a range of different fields, such as Wired editor Kevin Kelly,[4] social media expert Clay Shirky, anthropologist Mary Catherine Bateson, economist Aidan Eyakuze, musician Brian Eno, biotechnologist Rob Carlson, and China scholar Orville Schell... After its acquisition by Monitor in 2000, GBN soon stopped offering this membership service, concentrating instead on scenario-based consulting and training... GBN ceased to be an active entity following the acquisition of the Monitor Group by Deloitte in January 2013. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Global_Business_Network

http://www.gbn.org/

Stewart Brand and company.

Scenario Planning, Futurists, etc.

The publish their Book Club http://www.gbn.org/public/services/bookclub/|list

  • nothing since May'2006

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