Blog

21st October 2020

Disrupting housebuilding

How do you disrupt our broken housing market? Make it easier to build than buy, cheaper to build than rent, and give people security & sustainability

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15th October 2020

Review: A New History of the Future in 100 Objects

A New History of the Future in 100 Objects plots out our current path sixty years into the future, and the opportunities and challenges along the way

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8th October 2020

When half our money is spent online

What happens when half our money is spent online? What will it do to jobs, shops, and cities? Things looked bleak after 2008, but there is a long way to go.

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2nd October 2020

Moving from chaos to integration

We’re reaching a turning point in the COVID crisis. The time has come for leaders to take radical decisions about their future direction.

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24th September 2020

Developing the distributed workforce

The longer the lockdown continues, the greater the acceleration in existing trends towards hybrid working and fully remote organisations

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18th September 2020

Jack of all trades

To be ‘a Jack of all trades’ has been variously a compliment and an insult, and most recently, an attack on expertise. But is it what we need to be?

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11th September 2020

We’re still human

Lockdown is excluding us from tactile experiences. Any answer to this & future pandemics cannot divorce our digital consciousness from physical interaction.

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3rd September 2020

It’s good to be lazy

Laziness motivates us to find better ways to do things. Far from decrying ‘lazy’ home workers, we should be celebrating their instincts.

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28th August 2020

Hypertribalism

Low friction global communication has enabled our fracture into tiny tribes, each with strong views, tight borders, and fierce opposition

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19th August 2020

The future holiday: long but costly

In my research into the future holiday, I looked at the pressures facing the future of travel and the trends that will define how we vacation.

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Tom Cheesewright