Have you ever felt that the future and all the possibilities in front of you are a bit scary, while indecisiveness is gnawing? Louise can help you and/or your organisation to find your way in the confusion and identify the skills that you and your organisation needs in order to be head of the game in the future.

At Future Navigator Louise gets an outlet for the academic dodges in her mind and in combination with her inner child that results in board games, visualisations, drawings conveying complicated issues in a way that is fun, inspiring head-on, easy-to-grasp as well as implementing. She would love to plant a seed in young people that the future is so bright and full of possibilities if we focus on making things better today before passing them on. Besides being a futurist at Future Navigator, Louise holds a Msc. in International Business & Politics (Copenhagen Business School, Sciences Po Paris and Guanghua School of Management Beijing) and is an innovation geek. While still in grad school she won a big national prize for a paper on the future of the Danish innovation system in front of a row of sour-looking university professors. Since then she has lived out the innovation theory as an entrepreneur with the company ART DISTRICT. Louise is working to make Denmark more innovative i.e. in the capacity of associate university professor in innovation and entrepreneurship.

Louise specializes in:

  • Good energy and leadership
  • Training skills for the future
  • Trend spotting and scenario building
  • The consumer of the future
  • The labor market and workplaces of tomorrow
  • New value creation in products and services
  • Reprogramming yourself for success and innovation
  • Making stuff better and passing it on
  • Body, mind and soul in businesses of the future
  • Cool educations and the new paradigm of lifelong learning

Background

Msc. in International Business & Politics (Copenhagen Business School, Sciences Po Paris and Guanghua School of Management Beijing)

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Fremtidsforsker Louise Fredbo-Nielsen