Press Release (ePRNews.com) - Minneapolis, MN - Nov 30, 2016 - “Radical shifts are reshaping the world,” says futurist Jack Uldrich. “The work I do is all about helping organizations prepare for the coming technological changes so that they can efficiently navigate and determine the course of their future.”
Uldrich speaks to groups ranging from healthcare, agriculture, education, energy, finance, retail, manufacturing and city planning. His recent clients include the Urban Land Institute, several private wealth management firms, Southern Mississippi Electric Cooperative, Henkels & McCoy, the City of Glendale, CA, the Humphrey Leadership Symposium, and Governor Matthew Mead’s 2016 Business Forum in Wyoming, among others.
The work I do is all about helping organizations prepare for the coming technological changes so that they can efficiently navigate and determine the course of their future.
He puts a spotlight on custom designing presentations for each of his clients, saying that developing materials that each organization and industry can digest and use as fuel for the future, “make for very compelling work.”
Uldrich’s month will get off to an exciting start on the first of December as he will address two organizations in one day. Starting out in Des Moines, IA addressing the Asphalt Paving Association in the morning, he will then fly to Colorado to address the Wheat Association in the evening.
His itinerary for the month includes:
DEC 1, 2016 Asphalt Paving Association of Iowa • Des Moines, IA
DEC 1, 2016 Colorado Wheat Association • Wiggins, CO
DEC 6, 2016 Tech Mahindra • New York City
DEC 7, 2016 Associated General Contractors of New York • Saratoga Springs, NY
DEC 9, 2016 Rotary Club • Minneapolis, MN
DEC 14, 2016 Carrier Corporation • New Orleans, LA
As the month and year come to an end, Uldrich will prepare his annual lists of top tech trends and his tongue in cheek “predictions” for 2017.
Parties interested in Jack Uldrich’s speaking, writing, and research can learn more about him on his website.
Jack Uldrich & The School of Unlearning