Governments must become as agile as startups. Here’s what they need to do
The new phase of globalization we have entered, Globalization 4.0, is making a core competency of governments and major businesses far less relevant.
Rudolph is a Director in the Global Business Policy Council and a recognized expert on strategic foresight, scenario-based strategic planning, and the institutional requirements of 21st century statecraft and whole-of-government strategic planning.
Rudolph Lohmeyer advises corporate and government clients on strategic foresight, future-driven strategy and policy design and collaborative innovation. His clients include Global Fortune 500 corporations and leading government institutions. He also speaks to a wide range of audiences on strategic foresight and the changing nature of corporate strategy, future-driven governance and geopolitics.
Mr. Lohmeyer received his BA from Stanford University, his MBA from The University of Chicago Booth School of Business and a Masters of International Policy from The University of Chicago Harris School of Public Policy Studies, with honors for his work on the China-US strategic relationship.