The Shift, building a next-generation enterprise for a next-generation worforce

Building a next-generation enterprise for a next-generation workforce

For future focused organizations to succeed in the new world of work a bold approach to management is needed. An approach where freedom, trust, and experimentation are not only embraced but encouraged.

Unfortunately while our advancement in technology has equipped us to navigate the disruptive waters of change, our management models have not. Today, many of our organizations are still operating from a 19th Century industrial age management model that undervalues unconventional thinking, discourages full transparency, deters initiative, frustrates experimentation, and allows people to play small.

Seth will provide a road map for anticipating the management challenges that demand fundamentally new thinking. Inspire leaders to break free from obsolete management models that limit success. And help leaders build tomorrow’s best practices today.


Tweeted testimonial. @sethmattison Make it Fun! Seth's keynote was amazing. Full of great takeaways!

Attendees gain:

  • Deep insights into the make or break challenges and road blocks that will define “Pivotal” Management success in the new world of work.

  • An understanding of the new management principles that will underline tomorrow’s critical organizational capabilities.

  • A clear set of guideposts for conducting high-value, low risk management experiments.

  • Best-in-class examples of organizations making The Shift.


I just want to thank you for your outstanding presentation in Indianapolis. As I sat next to my CEO and I just wanted you to keep talking. I would say to myself: ‘Just keep talking! Just keep talking! More, more!’

You touched on so many important points, perspectives and trends that I’ve been expressing to my managers, VPs and just recently my CEO, trying my hardest not to come off too harsh or as a ‘know it all millennium brat’. Not an easy task! It was so nice and refreshing to have an outsider, completely unbiased, deliver the same message. As you can imagine, the insurance world is a very slowly adapting and often times technological challenged industry. Despite the growing opportunities for us millennials, it isn’t without its challenges.

Your presentation was not only inspiring for us ‘millennials’ but also for the gen X and baby boomers about to retire. For that, I thank you! You definitely had our wheels spinning, giving me the opportunity to benefit from brilliant mentors who are now a bit more willing to pass down their experience, success and failures. Again, thank you!
— Kathleen Gauvin, Underwriter – LOGiQ3 Corp