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Five Steps to Successfully Map the Future

The future, by definition, is uncertain. No serious futurist would claim to be able to “predict” the future, but even if you aren’t a futurist, there are proven methods you …

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Futurism x TikTok: More Than Silly Dancing

Building an engaged audience first is the only way people will listen when you really have something to say later. That’s partially why the team behind the Futurism brand has …

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Are Digital Makeovers The Future of Video Conferencing?

A few months ago, before shelter-in-place rules, working from home was an exception. Suddenly, the question for millions has flipped to, “Who can’t work from home?” Almost instantly, we think …

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Policymaking in Modern Times: Stewarding Responsible Innovation

In my work at Singularity University, one of the constant concerns I hear from the public is that policymakers and regulators simply cannot keep up with the pace of accelerating …

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Learning Credential Network: Blockchain to Quantify Lifelong Learning

This post was written by Patrick Welch, DVM, MBA, DACVO, Chief Knowledge Officer at Ethos Veterinary Health; Founder of VetBloom, and  Singularity University Executive Program alum. and Jason W. Johnson, DVM, MS, DACT, Founding member, …

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My Experience Running the Pandemic Challenge

Now more than ever, collective intelligence is imploring us to harness the useful knowledge of a diverse group and leverage this wisdom to solve the world’s biggest and most threatening …

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OKRs and KPIs: The Chocolate and Peanut Butter of Growth

On a recent webinar that I was giving about Objectives and Key Results (OKRs), one of our participants asked me to explain the difference between OKRs and Key Performance Indicators …

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The Next Normal After COVID-19: The Big Divergence

What I call “The Big Divergence” is the diverging paths among business, finance, technology, government, and our way of living and working. This blog series explores 25 key aspects of …

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#HumanHour: Amplifying Human Connection During Physical Distancing

We are tribal animals, and our ability to not only survive but to thrive has long depended on our social networks and what we invest in them. Positive social connection …

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Hacking Darwin: Interview with Futurist Jamie Metzl

For those who may not know you and your background, how would you describe yourself and your place in the world right now? I’m a technology futurist and a geopolitical …

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