Future Agenda: The World in 2020

Future Agenda The World in Future Agenda is a unique multi disciplinary resource that brings together some of the best minds from around the globe to address the great challenges of the next decade It maps out the major issues

  • Title: Future Agenda: The World in 2020
  • Author: Tim Jones
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 384
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Future Agenda is a unique multi disciplinary resource that brings together some of the best minds from around the globe to address the great challenges of the next decade It maps out the major issues, identifies and debates potential solutions and suggests the best ways forward Future Agenda provides a platform for collective innovation at a higher level than ever beforeFuture Agenda is a unique multi disciplinary resource that brings together some of the best minds from around the globe to address the great challenges of the next decade It maps out the major issues, identifies and debates potential solutions and suggests the best ways forward Future Agenda provides a platform for collective innovation at a higher level than ever before As the world responds to accelerating challenges, organisations need clearer and informed views of the future so that they can place intelligent, strategic and innovative bets They need to look beyond their traditional horizons and use new combinations of insight and foresight methodologies Future Agenda challenges conventional wisdom and identifies practical strategies to deal with dramatic change in key areas of business environment.

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      Published :2018-06-03T06:28:26+00:00

    1 thought on “Future Agenda: The World in 2020”

    1. This book provides an insight into what people believe the world will be like in 8 years (10 years at the time of writing). It provides food for thought, with what will almost certainly happen (bar any earth-shattering events) and what are possibilities dependent on how humans adapt. I enjoyed the concept of the book, and the links to what I have learnt in geography regarding population structure, fertility rates, infant mortality, food security, energy security, urban-rural migration and change [...]

    2. Very detailed. Topics go from macro to micro. Don't rush the reading, just read, reflect, and share with friends for interesting discussions.

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