Human Factors Strategist

Presentation | Organisational Foresight

At the intersection of operations strategy and long-term planning, Medina is a human factors strategist working with teams undergoing transition. With a focus on social neuroscience, uncertainty, diversity, and bias, she works with teams to design organizational strategy that considers some of the cognitive limitations we have in enacting lasting change, and how we navigate through those limitations. She’s an avid rower, endlessly curious, and a fierce advocate of feminism in the corporate world. 

Strategic foresight and organizational culture and neuroscience. This presentation argues that the brain’s temporal way finding networks play a significant role in strategic myopia, and that there are several neurological interventions that organizations need to consider to nurture future-facing culture.