> Ce travail suppose de s'interroger sur les imaginaires urbains émergeant dans les différents coins de la planête. C'est pour cela que > Ce sont ces réflexions qui nous , entre autres, ont conduit à réaliser un Tour du monde de 11 mois pour visiter 19 pays en 2007. > En 2009 , nous avons travaillé aux Etats-Unis , au Japon , en Inde et en Turquie .
Each year since 1985, the editors of THE FUTURIST have selected the most thought-provoking ideas and forecasts appearing in the magazine to go into our annual Outlook report. Over the years, Outlook has spotlighted the emergence of such epochal developments as the Internet, virtual reality, and the end of the Cold War. The forecasts are meant as conversation starters, not absolute predictions about the future. All of these forecasts plus dozens more are included in the annual report that scans the best writing and research from THE FUTURIST magazine over the course of the previous year. The Society hopes this report, covering developments in business and economics, demography, energy, the environment, health and medicine, resources, society and values, and technology, will assist its readers in preparing for the challenges and opportunities in 2013 and beyond. Here are the top ten forecasts from our most recent Outlook report.
[This article has become the most popular item I've ever posted on this blog. Thanks so much to everyone who has read it and passed it along!] When it’s busy like this the viz sometimes shifts like the color bleed you used to see on those old Sunday comics, way back in the day.
By Mary Brandel August 23, 2010 06:00 AM ET Computerworld - Information technology has always been a fast-changing field. But nothing compares to the expected sea changes in the next decade that will impact the career plans of every generation of IT worker.
At the DaVinci Institute we are continually adding to our vision of the future. We have immersed ourselves in the fine art of launching new businesses, attempting to separate the myths and the fantasies from the things that work. Listed below are a few concept papers produced at the Institute. Additional papers can be found at FuturistSpeaker.com . Fourteen Future Trends for Business in 2009 and Beyond – Different aspects of our society are moving at radically different paces. Businesses that are flying executives around the world, marshaling resources to capitalize on new opportunities, and working teams 24-7 to meet deadlines, face a rude awakening when they have to interface with a government agency operating at a pace that makes a turtle yawn.
in Share 2 by Venessa Miemis Over the past few months, we’ve been discussing the various skills needed for effectively operating in a world characterized by information and accelerating change, and I’ve been assembling these ideas into a framework for a new thought architecture. This post will be the first in a 12 part series, and draws its influences from the fields of Futures Studies , Complexity Science , Systems Theory , Cybernetics , Social Network Analysis , Knowledge Management , common sense, and exploration into my own thinking.