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Clement Bezold, Ph.D.
Futurist / Forecaster
Strategic planning methods in both the public and private sectors
Strategic processes for new product development.
Vision and scenario development
Insider's Guide to the Future
Long-range and strategic planning
Gerald P. Buccino, Ph.D., CPA
Crisis Management, Turnarounds & Workouts
Exclusivity and DIP Management: Too Much Debtor Control
House of Fabrics - A Study Of A failing Business
Daniel A. Burrus
How To Use Technology To Go Beyond The Competition
Empowering Audiences To Turn Rapid Change Into Competitive Advantage
Creating and Sustaining Competitive Advantage
Unlocking Technology's Promise
Future: The most trusted name in trends - Forecasting worldwide
Inside track on trends
A practical guide to the 21st century, is filled with
World Leader in Trend Forcasting
Joseph F. Coates
America's next thirty years
Where information technology is taking us
Knowledge management--conditions and consequences
The implications of electronic commerce for...
Creating Living Workplaces
Renewal in work, and personal leardership
Stewardship and personal leadership
Celebrate the unknown, and to remain fearless all at the same time
Robert Mayer Evans, JD
He primary focus is on Globalization, Organizational Transformation, Competitiveness
Impact of High Technology
Demographics of both the Work Force and the new Customer Base resulting from this focus.
Media - News Caster
Warren A. Evans
Economists analyze statistics; demographers do ages; techno-guru’s deliver the next ‘Oh Wow!’
A Look at Where in the World the World is Going . . .
How demographics & broadband are changing the realities of branding, and what leaders need to be doing to get ahead of the curve.
How psychographics and technology are changing the future of work, and re-shaping the recruiting wars.
IBM’s most award-winning engineer: News from the Future
Future of Libraries: Transitioning from a center of information into a center of culture, evolving into an entity with function and purpose that is currently unrecognizable in today's world.
Future of Education: The distance between the functionally illiterate and the super literate is growing at an exponential rate. Education is now the number one economic priority in today's global economy.
Future of Money: Transactions will be real-time and this seemingly minor change will revolutionize the shape and tempo of business.
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