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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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Looking into the future of mobile – the internet of things

There is no doubt that mobile technology is shaping our future. The mobile device has achieved market success and is currently more accessible than running water around the globe. In the last few years we have seen a massive increase of businesses offering services in the mobile arena with mobile banking probably one of the biggest services [...]

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Why unemployment will rise as the economy recovers in 2010

Tweet This is a simple insight, but might help a few people as they think ahead to 2010. At this time of year it is fashionable to make all sorts of predictions for the year ahead – since I am […]

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TIDES of Change: the five trends disrupting business in the next 5 years

TIDES of Change: the five trends disrupting business in the next 5 years

Tweet Updated in May 2010 Download a copy of this article in PDF format – right click here. The contents of this article can be presented as a keynote or a workshop for your team. Contact our UK or South […]

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The James Martin 21st Century School – understanding the future

Tweet I am a huge fan of James Martin. Not the celebrity chef. Nor the inventor of the aircraft ejection seat. Nor any of the other famous James Martins. I am a huge fan of James Martin the futurist and […]

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The increasing bankruptcy of 24 hour news media

Tweet I enjoy Jon Stewart’s Daily Show – the satirical news program from the States. Sometimes puerile, sometimes just dumb, but quite often genius, it is an (irreverent) look into US politics, culture and media. This past week, Stewart once […]

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