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24 “Future of Work” Voices You Should Know About In 2014

Tweet Our colleague and co-founder of TomorrowToday, Dr Graeme Codrington, has just recently been included on a list of “24 Future of Work Experts” that you should know about in 2014. An impressive list and we’re extremely proud to see […]

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Print me a face: another mind blowing use for 3d printers

Tweet At TomorrowToday, we’re big fans of 3d printing technology. We’ve been speaking about it for more than 5 years now. I actually have a 3d printer at home, and as a team we write about the implications of 3d […]

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WHERE to look to see the future

WHERE to look to see the future

Tweet Our team at TomorrowToday often presents on future trends and the disruptive forces shaping the world. Our content comes from our ongoing research and analysis, backed up by a full-time research team spread across the world. It’s easy then […]

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Surfing the TIDES of Change

Tweet One of the central frameworks we work with in TomorrowToday is TIDES where we use this acronym to consider the main change disruptors to be considered in the modern world.  The acronym stands for: T – Technology I – […]

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Surfing the TIDES of Change – part 1

Surfing the TIDES of Change – part 1

Tweet An introduction to a three part series looking at harnessing the power of the TIDES of change.  The video considers the parallels with surfing and how we can use the surfing analogy and metaphor to “Surf the TIDES of […]

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[Video] Keith presenting TIDES of Change

Tweet We live in turbulent times – that much is obvious.  We are living at a moment in history when all the forces of change are combining to produce an era-changing period.  The political, corporate, social and personal rules for […]

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Gamification and your life

Tweet One of the trends TomorrowToday has been tracking for several years is that of Gamification. Simply put, this reflects that reality that just as social networking, search engines, and online media have changed the way we live, so too […]

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Your next step: Thinking like a Futurist in 2014

Tweet It is that time of year again when everyone is having their say about the likely trends that will dominate or surface during the course of 2014. Recent editions of Time, Fortune and the Economist have all run lead […]

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A Crystal Ball for Business: 9 Tips for Future Success

Tweet As another year dawns and we turn our eyes to 2014, it’s still clear that we are living and working in an era of extreme uncertainty.  A global recession continues and is combining with significant disruptive forces in technology, […]

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American industries that will boom and those that are doomed in the next decade

American industries that will boom and those that are doomed in the next decade

Tweet Business Insider recently ran an article looking at Labor Bureau statistics and predicting which industries will experience significant decline in the next decade, and another article suggesting which industries will boom. While I don’t agree with their whole list, […]

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Driverless cars and a road revolution

Driverless cars and a road revolution

Tweet FastCompany recently ran an article which is one of the best analyses of the driverless car revolution that is about to take us by storm. It’s well worth reading in detail here. As the author points out, what stands […]

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Video: Graeme Codrington on Tomorrow’s Technologies Today

Video: Graeme Codrington on Tomorrow’s Technologies Today

Tweet Earlier this year, our international director, Graeme Codrington, spoke at an event called AgriVision, which focused attention on how we will feed the growing world’s population over the next few decades. Following Michael Porter on stage, Graeme’s presentation looked […]

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