Three trends are shaping the future of the Insight-Driven Economy
From Big Data to Thick Data
A shift from the use and importance of Big Data to Thick Data - a specialised know-how and experience-based knowledge - providing contextualized insights.
Moving away from hierarchical organization models, towards a projectized economy and contract work model.
Tech shaping Insight, Insight shaping Tech
Digital revolution with technology becoming an indispensible and essential part of the knowledge industry.
Access to insight in the changing global economy
Insight has been crucial in developing economies worldwide. It allows for higher levels of productivity and creates new sources of economic growth. It connects subject matter specialization, contextualizing it and creating expertise.
Trends shaping the insight-driven economy
Organizations worldwide need to familiarize themselves with trends shaping the future of insight and adapt their operations accordingly in order to prosper.
What it means for organizations
Insight-driven economy creates an enormous chance for companies and institutions who are able to adapt their operations. In order to do so they have to address organizational, strategic, technological, security, and structural challenges.
Expert Network 2.0
The challenges and opportunities emerging from changes in the global economy, mean that new methods of finding and engaging with highly specialized expertise are needed.
Expert Network 2.0
Expert Networks 2.0 are innovative insight providers applying four main principles in their operations.
Bartek Bielinski Chief Executive Officer at EonD
Entrepreneur and management consultant with 15 years of experience. Working in leading global management consulting firms, Bartek has advised companies in fields related to digital transformation and public sector.
Robert Siudak Strategy and Innovation Manager at EonD
Public policy expert, focusing on the intersection of technical, economic, social and political aspects of digital technologies. Cybersecurity and artificial intelligence researcher.
Katarzyna Buzanska Knowledge Hub Analyst at EonD
Katarzyna researches and delivers high-quality content on industry news and global trends developing EonD’s in-house expertise. Social anthropologist focusing on schooling, the Andes, and sustainability issues.
McKenzie Scanlon Communications and Knowledge Hub Analyst at EonD
McKenzie stays in front of delivering the highest quality expertise while connecting our top-tier clients with world-class experts. She focuses on spatial planning, international and environmental issues.
Michal Nowak Associate at EonD
Michal primarily focuses his efforts on developing digital tools to support EonD's expert network. He is also an academic leader co-managing one of the most active organisation at SGH Warsaw School of Economics.
Marcin Bużański President and Chief Network Officer at EonD
Political scientist, entrepreneur, and advocate for institutionalized international cooperation. Expert in foreign policy, international organizations, and government reform.