- Three areas that will impact your paradigm: technology innovation, changes in human interaction, and demographic and economic trend lines.
Frederick R. Brodzinski, Ed.D. is a futurist, and has an in depth understanding of transportation issues and extensive knowledge of state agencies.
His penetrating insights, accurate projections, and world class sense of humor make his presentations thought provoking and most enjoyable.
The contents of his programs are intellectually disturbing, emotionally shocking, and occasionally hilarious!
He will force you to examine the underlying concepts and perceptions that make up your current paradigm–your way of thinking, the way you view the world!
You will be challenged to adjust your thinking to the realities of today and tomorrow. Although no one can exactly predict the future, established trend lines show us the parameters. limitations, and probabilities for tomorrow.
We need to leave behind the thought processes that were based on old technology, old data, and old management techniques and embrace the new and transitional developments that are already in place.
Communication, transportation, and technology now enable us to buy an item anywhere in the world and have it delivered anywhere in the world within 24 hours.
Email and cell phones have changed human interactions and hand held computers, such as the I Phone; allow us to have previously unimaginable access to data and organized information.
The music machine has evolved from the phonograph, to the portable radio, to the walkman, to the disc man, to the MP3 player, to the iPod in less than a lifetime and the pace of technological change has quadrupled in the last 20 years.
Do you pay all your bills electronically, have a GPS, download home movies to your flat screen, know where the tallest building in the world is today, and use voice recognition software?
His programs will address three areas that will impact your paradigm: technology innovation, changes in human interaction, and demographic and economic trend lines.
Books by Frederick R. Brodzinski, Ed.D.