Press Release (ePRNews.com) - MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. - Jul 10, 2017 - Solving problems before your customers even know they have the problem is a laudable goal. How can an organization do that? Jack Uldrich says, “Start thinking like a Futurist.”
Global Futurist Jack Uldrich is a distinguished speaker and best-selling author. He travels the world speaking on future trends in a myriad of industries including education, finance, healthcare, agriculture, energy, and transportation.
“Thinking like a futurist involves appreciating how the world of tomorrow is changing. Far too often companies are fixated on issues that are front and center, or at times, they stuck dealing with issues from the past. They aren’t taking time out to reflect on what the future will hold in store.”
“Thinking like a futurist involves appreciating how the world of tomorrow is changing. Far too often companies are fixated on issues that are only front and center; or at times, they are stuck dealing with issues from the past. They aren’t taking time out to reflect on what the future will hold in store.”
Today, Uldrich will address a leading infrastructure solution provider here in the Twin Cities. His audience will consist of Tech Management Specialists as well as Technologists in several industries including healthcare.
He will deliver his keynote: Foresight 20/20: Ten Game-Changing Technological Trends Transforming the world of Tomorrow.
The talk, based on his most recent book Foresight 20/20, will focus on advances in mobile web video communications, virtual and augmented reality, social media, robotics, gaming dynamics, renewable energies, “Big Data,” the Internet of Things, as well as cybersecurity advances. He will also delve into quantum computing and how it will continue to drive seismic change and deliver paradigm-shattering transformation to nearly every facet of society.
Uldrich says, “Thinking like futurists revolves around these basic tenets: understanding the trends transforming the world of tomorrow; taking action in the face of uncertainty; developing an appreciation for humility and embracing the concept that unlearning is as important as learning when it comes to future trends.”
Most importantly Uldrich wants his audience members to adopt new open mindsets and to begin acquiring the tools to create the future themselves.
Following his talk in Minneapolis, Uldrich will be off to conduct a three-day experiential leadership seminar based on leadership lessons of Meriwether Lewis and William Clark in Great Falls, Montana.
Parties interested in learning more about Jack Uldrich, his books, his daily blog or his speaking availability are encouraged to visit his website or to contact Amy Tomczyk at Source :
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