Brightline will support and be present at several events in many countries. See what’s happening.

Upcoming Events

TED Salon: Unconventional

Brightline is excited to be partnering with TED, on a special event at TEDHQ in New York City, when we’ll celebrate some of the world’s most creative thinkers. Today’s volatile world demands that we do things differently. Those who pay attention to things most people cannot see, engineer ideas that stand out. By combing concepts from different areas, we can create simple and unique solutions to old problems. Unconventional implementation of great ideas are driving the world’s most impactful organizations.

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Strategy@Work Conference

Linking Strategy Design and Delivery to Ensure Success in a Volatile World

An exclusive invite-only conference for strategy executives and thought leaders from world-class organizations to exchange insights, share experiences and build networks.
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Websummit | Lisbon 2018

With almost 60,000 attendees from more than 170 countries, Web Summit proved to be the largest tech conference on the planet. Brightline will deliver its workshop “Why great ideas fail and how to make sure they don’t” during the Web Summit Lisbon 2018.

TEDWomen 2018

Women the world over are no longer accepting the status quo. They’re rising up, breaking out and pushing boundaries. Whatever their focus and talent — business, technology, art, science, politics — these pioneers and their allies are joining forces in an explosion of discovery and ingenuity to drive real, meaningful change. TEDWomen will celebrate how these dynamic and diverse people are showing up to face challenges head on, all while empowering each other to shape the future we all want to see.

10th Global Peter Drucker Forum

management . the human dimension

The Brightline Initiative will be present at the 10th Peter Drucker Forum to present our work including research, guiding principles aiming to bring ideas to life by the proper connection between Strategy Design and Delivery.

“What would robots do if humans took over?”* The joky question posed by Shagun Tripathi at the Global Peter Drucker Forum 2017 raises a fundamental issue. It prompts us to remember that the economy, technology, business and government are not givens – they are shaped by human choice…

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