Spherical Models – What We Do

A Futurist Team focusing on Human Behavior, Business Model Evolutions and Disruption

Think Differently

Spherical Models teaches how to recognize, create, and leverage new business and process models in leading organizational change through the current reality of global business model disruption.

The key to implementing behavioral change through emerging disruptions such as: Artificial Intelligence, Augmented, and Virtual Realities while leveraging predictive analytics and the resulting process innovations into our businesses lies within the thinking of what we call Spherical Models.

“Have you ever read the book Flatland, by Edwin Abbott?” This is a question we often ask audiences. For those that haven’t, it’s a book in part about a race of two dimensional creatures. At one point in time, a three dimensional creature in their midst is able to convince one of the two dimensional creatures to rise up out of three dimensions and experience the world in an entirely new perspective.

Successfully driving behavioral change, and developing a strategy around leveraging emerging disruptions and the resulting business model innovations within global business strategy requires a similar change in perception.

It’s a different way of thinking, a different way of managing perception, and it’s something we’re beginning to understand and apply in businesses across the globe.

And as we do, we’ll wonder how we ever approached global business differently.

 

Eric is a global futurist, speaker, author and CTO. He is the Chief Technology and Innovation Officer for the US based law firm, Bradford & Barthel, LLP where he leads the futurist team Spherical Models, and serves as an advisory member to multiple boards across the globe. Eric studies how the future of technology and human behavior continually evolve and intersect the globe over. Eric’s work with Spherical Models teaches how to recognize, create, and leverage new business and process models in leading organizational change through the current reality of global business model disruption. For the past 10 years Eric has worked with organizations across the world such as Google, IBM, Shapoorji Pallonji Group, TEDx, the Polytechnic University in Hong Kong, KM Asia, KM Europe, KM Congress in India, Social Now in Portugal, Global Legal Forum in The Hague, and many more. Eric expanded his focus within the future of technology and human behavior in his latest TEDx: “The Future of Human Behavior”. His next book, “The Future of Human Behavior” is due to publish summer of 2021. Contact Eric.