Blog

22nd January 2020

How can business help us to avoid dystopia?

How can businesses help to avoid dystopia? This is the question posed to a panel I joined, organised by the Charities Aid Foundation.

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17th January 2020

#AskAFuturist: Will we ever have driverless cars?

Answering a sceptic on Twitter as part of my #AskAFuturist series, I explain whether we will ever have driverless cars, and why he’s right to be sceptical

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14th January 2020

Why High Frequency Change doesn’t affect everything

We feel like change happens faster now but many things remain unchanged for decades. Why? Here are some reasons that high frequency change doesn’t affect everything.

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9th January 2020

Will we really eat insects in the future?

Will we really eat insects in the future? In my future pizza project, I explored the role of insects in making healthier, more climate-friendly foods.

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6th January 2020

#FutureProof

2020 is the year of #FutureProof, when I will be launching a new book and running events to help you to future-proof your business.

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30th December 2019

Five trends for the 2020s

What are the trends for the 2020s that will define sustainable success for your career and your company? Futurist Tom Cheesewright picks his top five.

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13th September 2019

Future Skills: What to learn and teach for success in tomorrow’s world

What are the future skills we need for success in tomorrow’s world of high frequency change? How do we learn them and how do we hone them?

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6th September 2019

What is ambidextrous leadership?

Ambidextrous leadership is about optimising today’s business while exploring future opportunities. But can you really balance optimisation with adaptation?

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28th August 2019

The future of sport: making predictions

When Grosvenor Casinos asked me to look at the future of sport, I started with four basic principles that will define tomorrow

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10th July 2019

Future careers: tell your own story

Future careers are different to those in the past, not just because of novel jobs but because of a fundamental change in the structure of our working lives

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Tom Cheesewright