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Foresight Weekly News – July 26, 2020

Sunday, July 26, 2020   (0 Comments)
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The future of work is human

Human Ventures builds and invests in what is called the “human needs economy,” which encompasses products and services that address material human problems. Read more


Forces shaping the future of work

Thom Pulliam, a strategist and well-being coach has identified the forces that shape the future of work. Read more


The future of work: optimism as companies move forward

IT teams that have kept businesses, hospitals, schools, and governments up and running – allowing millions of people to work and collaborate remotely – is nothing short of amazing. Read more


Telemedicine revolution, deferred

The Coronavirus was supposed to usher in the future of medicine, allowing people to see their doctor with a few clicks on their laptops from the comfort of home. Read more


Homebound NASA scientist grows radishes to practice for future moon farming

A NASA scientist is growing radishes at home to help future astronauts grow food on the moon. Read more


International industry collaboration on future combat air capability

UK, Sweden and Italy have begun trilateral industry discussions to strengthen collaboration between the three nations, as they develop world-leading future combat air capability. Read more


US Navy looking for ‘balance’ in developing future USVs

Facing skepticism in Congress over its unmanned surface vehicle program, US Navy wants to assuage concerns from lawmakers that the service is moving too fast on untested technologies in its USV programs. Read more



The pandemic, uncertainty, and decision-making

The vice chair of Deloitte Canada, Jonathan Goodman talks about what it takes to lead through the most complex and confounding problems. Read more



How to plan for revolutionary change

This report provides an authoritative guide to the principles of strategic foresight. Read more



How to Future

Scott Smith and Madeline Ashby have authored a new book aimed at adapting, embracing uncertainties, and creating more resilient business strategies by mastering the futuring mindset. Check out the book