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Future of Energy

April 20th, 2010 | Posted in Environment & Energy

I just finished a day of consulting with GHD Engineering in Kuala Lumpur (I am doing a long range planning project with them) and we discussed, among many trends, the future of energy. As I flew back and forth I was reading the recent...

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The Future of Outsourcing

March 3rd, 2010 | Posted in Business & Economy

Recently I had the chance to sit down with Kate Vitasek, author of the new book, Vested Outsourcing, with Mike Ledyard and Karl Manrodt. Outsourcing is a controversial but fundamental business activity – as Kate notes Peter Drucker used to say “Do what you...

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Right on Economic Growth

January 29th, 2010 | Posted in Business & Economy

Now and then it is nice, as a futurist, to see that something you forecast and expected is coming to fruition, especially when what you said ran counter to a lot of common wisdom. Two economic announcements today confirm what I was saying about...

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Future of Health Care Reform in U.S. Now

January 20th, 2010 | Posted in Innovation

The standard chorus today, following a win by Senator Elect Brown in Massachusetts, is that health care reform is either dead, or must be substantially revised to be passed into law. I don’t know that it is dead, but it is on life support....

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