Tag Archives: Aftershocks and Opportunities

Anticipating combinations (again)

Dear Futurists, If we just use a single tool to explore future possibilities, we’re likely to blinker ourselves. No one description – no one analytical framework – can do full justice to the rich complexity of what might lie ahead. … Continue reading

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More aware, more agile, more alive

Dear Futurists, If humanity was  badly prepared for the Covid-19 pandemic, what else are we failing to properly anticipate? 1.) The next pandemic: mental distress? Sat 23rd May A variety of types of mental ill-health are increasing alarmingly. Far too … Continue reading

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If only we knew what we knew

Dear Futurists, If only we knew what we knew… Collectively, the members and friends of London Futurists possess a remarkable range of knowledge and wisdom about almost every field of human life. My task, as chair of the organisation, is … Continue reading

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Online futurist activities gathering pace

Dear Futurists, How do disruptions happen? Slowly and then quickly. The Covid-19 lockdown is accelerating many transformations that were previously progressing rather slowly. For example, we’re all having to learn, in a hurry, better ways of carrying out activities online. … Continue reading

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