Over the years, our initiatives have been built around and for an ever-expanding network of individuals whose intellectual approach mirrors ours in the sense of being fundamentally curious and always open to new thinking.
The Tällberg Foundation workshop—Leadership in a Disrupted World—took place in Cairo on March 24 and 25. In collaboration with the School of Public Affairs and Public Policy of the American University of Cairo (AUC), we explored together issues and trends that shape the challenges to leaders in the 21st century.
What’s a leader to do? How to maneuver in a world where many of the fixed points seem to be in motion? How to define and sustain a vision, and translate it into action? What is the role of values—and whose values matter?
Watch the session "Artificial Intelligence and its disruptive potential", moderated by Alan Stoga, chairman of the Tällberg Foundation, from the Seventh Annual Stavros Niarchos Foundation International Conference on Philanthropy in Athens Greece.
The polarization program, as part of SNF's conference, includes a series of panels, interactive sessions with the audience, artistic performance, presentations and other elements designed not just to inform, but also to engage the audience in thinking about polarization and its consequences.
We—modern post-industrial societies—are in the early stages of a radical transformation of how our economies and societies work, based on an onslaught of disruptive technologies that are only beginning to emerge. The Tällberg Foundation workshop series started in the Life Sciences Labs at MIT on April 12-13, 2017.
We convened a workshop on the underlying cause and potential long-term consequences of Europe’s refugee crisis, Clash of Civilizations? The workshop was held on the island of Lesvos, Greece. Our goal was to question and explore, without prejudice, the dynamics of an issue which has enormous consequence not only for the refugees fleeing political and economic instability, but for the people of Europe who are welcoming or fearing them.
On 28-30 November 2016 in Amsterdam, we not only awarded the 2016 Tällberg Global Leadership prizes, but also brought together the Global Leaders of 2015 & 2016 with invited participants from Tällberg’s network and elsewhere.
The Tällberg Foundation organized a small delegation of observers to the East Greenland Ice Research Project (EGRIP) to facilitate understanding of the dynamics of the ice sheet and its relationship to climate change.
The workshop considered demographics, culture, religion, technology, economics, history, political structures, military capabilities, etc.. The idea was to explore fundamental, long term dynamics that are likely to define the next generation of geopolitics.
The gathering looked at on the challenges of leadership in a rapidly evolving world. The discussions focused on unpacking what it means to lead in the 21st century. The newly named Tallberg Global Leaders, who emerged from the 2015 Tallberg Foundation Global Leadership Prize process, were among the participants.
On the evening of November 10, the Tällberg Foundation together with the documentary filmmaker Deeyah Khan hosted a public screening of her documentary “JIHAD - A story of the others” about radical Islam, followed by a panel discussion on the impact of radical Islam in and on Europe.
The digital landscape is rapidly evolving, reflecting changes in technology as well as changes in how consumers want to access, consume and interact with information. Media organizations everywhere face similar challenges in reaching new generations of digitally savvy users, who are more comfortable swiping a smartphone than opening a traditional newspaper or magazine.