Nina Martire

Nina Martire

Nina Martire is a Senior Associate who advises on strategy development, business planning and change management. She is focused particularly on the nexus of transformational change and strategic foresight, guiding leaders in commercial and government sectors to a better understanding of and an ability to plan for the future of their organizations. Nina holds an MBA from the McDonough School of Business at Georgetown University and has a deep background in corporate and commercial finance.

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Your Future Hinges at the...

  Risks to operations. Market share. Profitability. Business leaders are surrounded by ris...

Future Shock Forum: 2018 ...

On October 15-16, 2018 Toffler Associates hosted its 2018 Future Shock ForumSM in the beau...

The World is Shifting: Co...

  “You’ve got to think about big things while you’re doing small things, so that all the s...

The Secret to Successful ...

Change is hard. We all know this. Leading through change is even harder. Read Simon Sinek,...

How to Ensure the Success...

How often do we hear about an organization that is going through, coming out of, or planni...

Security is a Brand Diffe...

As the global risk environment becomes more unpredictable, the hospitality industry faces ...

This is How to Future-Pro...

As industries become increasingly disintermediated, social media chatter shapes trends and...

The Aging Population – Ho...

Global demographics are shifting, and the global population is aging. Longer life spans wi...

The Accelerating Shared E...

The nature of work is changing, and this is more than just virtualization. Who we are, how...

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