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Global Scanning Review - 03:2018

Member's report

This issue looks at AI-IQ to EQ, generation M, smart drugs, tech giants interrupting China's healthcare, opensource therapy, menstruation leave, biohacking, studying happiness and much more…

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The Future of Education at Roskilde Festival

Upcoming Event

Full-day seminar at Roskilde Festival July 6th

In collaboration with Cphbusiness and Roskilde Festival, CIFS invites you to a seminar about the Future of Education. Join us to take part in the debate, hear keynote talks about the perspectives for future education towards 2030. Will we need a new student uprising? By what yardsticks should education and competencies be measured in the future? Who should offer future-proof education? In addition, you can experience how Roskilde Festival can deliver inspiration for future competencies and education at a guided tour of the Festival grounds.

We have a limited number of tickets! For registration or questions, please contact Simon Østergaard, Tel. +45 31 26 83 26 //

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Progressophobia – SCENARIO 03:2018


There isn’t much room for an optimist view of the future in 2018. But overall, things are better than ever – at least, if you ask Harvard professor Steven Pinker: We are less violent, and better educated, and there is less poverty than ever before, he says. In his new book, Enlightenment Now, he continues to plead for progress. We interviewed him for this issue’s main feature.

Steven Pinker vs. Progressophobia / New Age Eugenics / Full Circle: Puritanism Radio Renaissance / Dada / A Future for the Male Contraceptive Pill? / Populism, Euroscepticism & the Future of Europe / Rise of the Robot Writers / Scenario: A Day at the Office in the Year 2035 / Reviews / Ditte Darkó: People & Planets / Column: Sociotech / News About Science & Technology / Futures Past: Tupolev TU-144 / Ideas, trends, phenomena, and much, much more…

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The New Age of Trade - Trends and Drivers shaping the World 

Member's report

The nature of global trade is undergoing significant structural shifts. This report provides an overview of the changing macroeconomic landscape through the identification of key trends and drivers. These include increasing regionalisation and trade protectionism, China’s transition to an emerged economy, changing indicators of economic development, the impact of automation on jobs and new trade routes.

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Global Scanning Review - 02:2018

Member's report

This issue looks at Chinese citizen datamining, off-the-grid towns, well-being on the curriculum, imperfect designs, senior surveillance, digital discrimination, modern masculinity, off-the-grid towns, Alexa on wheels and much more...

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Future Transport - Development Patterns and Innovation in Transport of Goods and People

Member's report 

Megatrends like population growth, urbanisation, and economic globalisation demand compact, intelligent and automated transport solutions. This report looks at how future transport will affect a range of industries and business sectors and change how we shop, where we live, and how we work.

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ISS 2020 Vision - Future of Work, Workforce and Workplace Capstone White Book

ISS and the Copenhagen Institute for Futures Studies (CIFS) are proud to launch the sixth ISS and final book in the 2020 series: The ISS 2020 Vision - Future of Work, Workforce and Workplace, capstone white book.

This ISS 2020 Vision capstone white book provides an overview and expands the scope of the previous five ISS 2020 Vision white books:

• Scenarios for the Future of the Global Facility Management Industry (2011)

• New Ways of Working: The Workplace of the Future (2013)

• Future of Public Sector Outsourcing (2014)

• Future of Outsourcing and Perspectives for Facility Management (2015)

• Future of Service Management (2016).

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The workers we manage and the technology we use in our professional lives are changing at a dramatic rate, and HR leaders and partners need new visions, methods and skills. CIFS has developed strategic scenarios for some of the world's biggest companies. Psychologist and futurist Thomas Geuken draws on these experiences and provides participants with insights into how the most visionary and forward-thinking ideas in HR can be put to use in your organisation. The seminar will be held in English. Read more about how to sign up here.




Afrofuturism is a cultural and activist movement. It fights for black people’s right to a place in the future that has traditionally been defined by whites. The movement finds expression in music, film, and literature where sci-fi, magical realism, and African mysticism are mixed together in a variegated blend. Read about the frontline fighters of Afrofuturism in this issue’s main feature.

Other themes and articles in this issue: Are We Experiencing an Allencompassing Bubble? / “Porn is Like a Fun House Mirror of American Society” – Interview with Lynsey G. / Videogames as Medicine / Our Future with Social Robots / Is Big Data Killing Hollywood? / It’s not a Bug, it’s a Feature: The Teflon Pan / Are Your Personal Data a Currency? Photo Series: Salon Oui Oui / Behaviour / Trends / Ideas, Visions, Possible Futures, and much more

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Global Scanning Review – 01:2018

Members´ Report

This issue looks at next gen farmers, women's rights monitored by AI, bitcoin whales, the future of the physical store, an
hangover-free future, doomsday genetics and much more...

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The Good Life in the 3rd Age of Life


In collaboration with PFA, CIFS has released the report Det gode liv I den 3. Alder (The Good Life in the 3rd Age of Life), which provides a range of recommendations for a good life in the last working years and the early, healthy years of retirement. The recommendations come in three categories: 1: The transition from work to retirement; 2: Housing and social relations; and 3: Health and quality of life. The report has been developed under the auspices of the think tank “Den nye 3. Alder”, which is chaired by our CEO Claus Kjeldsen, and is written on the basis of four future scenarios for Denmark towards 2040. The recommendations are directed at the individual Dane, the business community, and decision makers in municipalities and the Parliament.

Read the report (in Danish) here 

Read the abridged version of the report (in Danish) here 

Memento Mori – SCENARIO 01:2018


Society must be understood as “self-stressing, constantly forwardrushing worry systems,” says the German philosophical superstar, Peter Sloterdijk – and stress, in his terms, is not something that breaks us down. In fact, it is what makes everything stick together and trains us to better overcome challenges.

Other themes and articles in this issue: The Technological Singularity is Not the Only Scenario / Yoga’s Promise of Inner Peace Comes With an Expensive Price Tag / Juvenoia: Fear of Teens / Wildcard: Demographic Death Stall / ASMR: The Science of ‘Whisperporn’ / Plastics & The Business Model that Ruined the World / News About Science & Technology / Tech / Trends / Ideas, Visions, Possible Futures and much more 

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Global Scanning Review – 06:2017

This issue looks at algorithms fighting human traficking, slow schooling, megabrand stagnation, Facebook servers heating Danish homes, sustainable food production, social media as art, metaluxury, diagnosing cancer in seconds and much more…

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Three New Reports on Product Development Towards 2030


CIFS has collaborated with engineering and electronics firm Brüel & Kjær to develop three reports that look at key trends in future product development, with a focus on sound and vibration. The reports are the results of a larger, ongoing project that looks at how new technology and changing value sets and business models change product design across sectors and how organisations must adapt to these changes. The reports’ conclusions are based on extensive megatrend analysis and interviews with leading experts from a number of global companies that have product design as a central part of their business. Read the reports if you are interested in product design or for inspiration about how futurist methods can be relevant for your organisation.

Read the full reports here.

The Future of Workplace Strategy

Members' report 

A successful workplace strategy aligns organisational strategy, workplace design, and the needs of the workforce. It increases productivity and innovation and supports the organisation as it moves from its present position to its desired future state. The report examines the key elements in a good workplace strategy and offers recommendations as to how they can be implemented.

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The Future is Human – SCENARIO 06:2017


Pussyhats, and T-shirts with feminist catchphrases have in recent years been a part of the street scene in the US, and the Western public in general, and more and more people are wearing their activist messages on their clothes. We examine how political fashion has become ammunition in the identitypolitical tribal war that has erupted across the West.

Other themes and articles in this issue: In the Church of the Transhumanists / Prophets of Progress / Is eSports About to Take Over the World? / Space Belongs to the Robots / Wildcard: The Decline of Al Saud / The World is Heading for a Meltdown / Photo Series: The Buffalo That Could Not Dream / Rule 34 / Futures Past: The Asbestos Cigarette / News About Science & Technology / Trends / Ideas, Visions and Possible Futures

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Global Scanning Review – 05:2017

This issue looks at 6 hour work days, smog-eating bicycles, blockchain verifying identity, anti-corruption AI, monetising health data, crypto debit cards, organ transportation, geocoding, a birth-control app and much more...

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Transhumanism – SCENARIO 05:2017


Within 50 years, British gerontologist Aubrey de Grey believes we will have biomedical therapies capable of prolonging life indefinitely. The only barrier against this major breakthrough, he says, is if we lock ourselves into a so-called ‘pro-ageing trance’, where we accept ageing as a natural part of life. Read the interview with Aubrey de Grey in this issue’s main article. 

Other themes and articles in this issue: What Six Million Years of Human Evolution Can Tell Us About the Future / Alvar Aalto’s Skate Pool / Evaluating the Hype: Electric Cars / The Uncanny Valley of the Mind / Company Towns are Back! News About Technology and Science / Futures Past: The Whale Farm / Magazines, Books, Podcasts / Behaviour / Tech / Trends / Ideas, Visions, Possible Futures and much more... 

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Smart Society

Members' report 

The report looks at three areas where robots and artificial intelligence will have a critical impact: infrastructure, information and governance. The report provides and overview of the technological development as well as inspiration for how you, as a decision-maker in a company or organisation, can use it to your advantage. 

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Global Scanning Review – 04:2017

This issue looks at floating cities, information warfare, the future of tax, earning eternal life, mixed realities, drone hives, unmanned aerial aid, AI predicting lifespan, automated shipping and much more…

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Wrestleworld – SCENARIO 04:2017


Wrestlers are emotion inducers in a theatre of violence; a form of body populists. When they succeed, they make you suspend your disbelief and make your emotions stronger than your rationality. With a basis in the coverage of a live wrestling event, this issue’s main article asks the question: Are we heading towards a state of society where the value of actions is primarily measured by the emotional effect they can produce?
Other topics and articles in this issue: Sham Science on the Rise / Wildcard: A Closed Internet / The Medical Gutenberg Moment / Bitcoin: Evaluating the Hype / When Humans Become Machines / Is Our Biological Clock About to Expire? / VR and Lucid Dreaming / Photo Series: What Sort of Life is This by Albert Elm / 4chan / Futures Past: The Radiofax / News About Technology and Science / Blogs, Books, Podcasts / Tech / Trends / Ideas, Visions and more…

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Highlights from Members' event

Members' event

See the video with highlights from our latest members’ event at ISS’ headquarter, co-hosted by ISS, Steelcase and AmCham. The theme is Employee Engagement and the Role of Space. The video is in English. Around 80 members participated in the event, and several hundred watched the live stream.

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Working in the Age of Hyper-Agility

Members' report 

The nature of work will change in the future. As a result, the workplace and the workforce will change, too. New technologies enable agile and hybrid ways of working, which gives rise to a number of challenges and opportunities for companies and organisations.

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Global Scanning Review – 03:2017

This issue looks at singularity investments, a new treatment for HIV, “digiceuticals”, ambulance drones, a post-West international order, UAE in the race to conquer mars, the first Chinese digital currency and much more…

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Future of Work at Roskilde Festival 2017

Be inspired by the best when CIFS, Roskilde Festival and the Danish Cancer Society present an exciting seminar backstage at this year's festival. Hear keynote talks on how to foster passion, enthusiasm and engagement on the workplace of the future and experience the passion "live" on a tour around the festival site and in conversation with the festival's volunteers. Follow the link to read more.

There is a limited number of tickets available! For registration or questions, contact Anne Dencker Bædkel, +45 20 64 98 18 //  

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Photographer: Simon Frøsig Christensen

Boom – SCENARIO 03:2017


Towards the year 2100, 75 percent of the world’s population growth will occur in Africa. For a continent with a history of political war, instability and poverty, the high population growth is worrisome. Yet, there are also signs that point to a more positive future, for instance when it comes to economic growth. How Africa manages the coming population boom will have consequences that reach far beyond the continent’s borders.

Other topics and articles in this issue: The Porcupine Dilemma / The Privacy Paradox Explained /The Post-Reality Society / Trappist Planets / A Third World War / Daniel Dennett’s Machine Mind / Future Banking / Hyperreality and the Virtual Borderlands / 3D Printing: Evaluating the Hype / Creepypasta / Photo Series: Blind Photography by Gerardo Nigenda / Futures Past: The King’s Oak / Blogs, Books, Podcasts / Tech / Trends, Ideas, Visions and more…

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Global Scanning Review – 02:2017

This issue looks at MOOCs for jihadists, The Melania Trump bump, India’s leap towards a cashless society, Cyborgs at the workplace, China’s Silk Road put to EU test, Advances
in insurtech, Data driven beauty, Smartphone zombies and much more…

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The Battle for Future Mindspace – How to Remain Relevant to the Consumer

Members' report 

The strongest brands of the future will have to regard the relationship between brand and consumer as almost identical to the relationships formed between people. In this way, brands can ensure that they remain relevant to the consumer.

The battle for future mindspace – a place in the consumer's mind - is won through consistent communication in a world characterised by ongoing consumer journeys and the breakdown of silos across industries, where personification, affection, and co-creation of brand stories form the premise for remaining relevant.

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Evaluating the Hype – 3D print, Bitcoin, and Electric Cars – A Reality Check

Members' Report 

The media coverage of new technology is often characterized by exaggerated optimism without consideration for the barriers the technology must overcome before it can live up to the hype.

We evaluate three technologies that over the past several years have received significant media attention: 3D printing, Bitcoin, and electric cars. How much is hype, and how much is reality?

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Horizon – SCENARIO 02:2017


The future is an enormous and overwhelming subject matter that requires a systematic and methodical approach to research and writing. In this issue, we offer an insight into some of the methods that lay the groundwork for much of the content that fills the pages of SCENARIO.

Other topics and articles in this issue: What is the Purpose of Growth? / The Anti-Technology Wave will hit us / It’s not a Bug, it’s a Feature: The Post-It Note / Rites for ‘Nones’ / Technoporn / The Health Revolution / A Farewell to Routine Work? / YES or NO: Twitter Bots / Photo Series: Les Damas des Autres by Poline Harbali / Sociotech: Talking to Tech / Q&A: BISSE / Futures Past: The Atomic Train / Blogs, Books, Podcasts / Tech / Trends, Ideas, Visions and more…

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Global Scanning Review – 01:2017

This issue looks at universal basic income, populism takes root in Canada, making CO2 a marketable product, rethinking advertisement, intelligent assistants on smartphones, massage therapy crime, hackers and pace-makers, organ shortages, designer vaginas and much more…

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Improve workplace experiences with the new generation of Service Management


Interested in learning about how to create best in class workplaces that put the end-user in focus? Check out this free webinar held by Peter Ankerstjerne (CMO, ISS A/S) and Jeffrey Saunders (Director & Futurist, CIFS).


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Post-Fact – SCENARIO 01:2017


In the post-factual society, things like truth and credibility are of little value and voters hardly care if politicians lie to them or not. How did this state of affairs come to be? Some claim that the post-factual society is a consequence of online filter... bubbles that confine us to information and news delivered in accordance with our pre-existing political views and cultural leanings. Others say that the post-modernists’ lack of interest in definite truths is to blame. We provide the full picture in this issue’s main article...

Other topics and articles in this issue: You Can Now Eat This Magazine / Homo Deus – Man as God / Wildcard: Motherhood Unlimited / Sociotech: Your Digital Footprint / Photo Series: Thrashers by Sacha Maric / The Neo-Generalist / Individual Resilience / Citizen Nature / News on Technology and Science / Futures Past: Sant’Elia and the Italian Futurists / Blogs / Books / Podcasts / Trends, Ideas, Visions and more...

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Global Scanning Review – 05/06:2016

This issue looks at ad-supported travel, Tinder for cities, ransomeware, online voting, artifcial neural networks, Chinese trade war, shoppingspree on Instagram, weed in the USA, IKEA innovation, genetically modified mosquitoes and much more…

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Global Scanning Review – 04:2016

This issue looks at Robot Cops in Dubai, Space Nations, Nigerian Politics, Twitterbots, Virtual Reality Justice, Typhoon Power, Capsule Collections, Urban Traffic, AI Innovation, Transient Technology, Smart Sewage Systems and much more...

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Retromania – SCENARIO 06:2016


The 1970s are back and they can be seen in everything from clothing styles and home furnishings to TV shows and music. However, is our longing for this carefree decade limited to aesthetics and a love of all things retro, or does it run deeper? In this issue’s main article, we take a look at how the 70s is a decade that in many ways reflects our own reality. Other articles and topics in this issue include: Are we Living in a Simulation? / Automation – The Perfect Storm or a Storm in a Tea Cup? / The End of Globalisation? / ”There is so much Shit on the Internet” / Jetsoning: When the Future is as now / Photo Series: Portraits of Self by Marco Scozzaro / Futures Past: The ’Man-From-Mars’ Radio Hat / Blogs / Books / Podcasts / Tech / Trends, Ideas, Visions and more...

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Automation – The Perfect Storm or a Storm in a Tea Cup?

Members' Report 

Automation will undoubtedly lead to massive changes in our society in the coming years – but in which areas will these changes be most evident and to what extent? This members’ report takes a deep dive into the debate on automation and the Fourth Industrial Revolution.

We examine how business models must adapt to these changes. Numerous jobs will disappear, come into being, or evolve; this in order to understand what consequences automation has already had and may have in years to come. Finally we examine how you, a decision-maker, will need to understand and handle the challenges and opportunities that arise from the new wave of automation.

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ISS 2020 Vision: Future of Service Management


CIFS is proud to launch the 5th and final white book in the ISS 2020 Vision series: The future of Service Management. Together with ISS A/S, IFMA and CoreNet Global plus 12 subject matter experts, we have created a unique piece of research which provide insights into where Service Management is heading in the future. A must read for anybody involved in Service...

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Life in the Anthropocene – SCENARIO 05:2016


In this issue's main article, we explore the Anthropocene, one of the most hotly debated concepts of our time. It signifies a new man-made geological age, which more and more scientists now agree we are living in. We interviewed author Roy Scranton, who is among the most significant voices in the debate about mankind’s future in the Anthropocene. Other articles and topics in this issue include: Lost in Big Data? / A Conversation with Judy Wajcman / Wildcard: Supercurrency / Marijuana Rush: The New Wild Frontier / Planned Obsolescence / Hacktivism and Slacktivism / Photo Series: 5 Hours Later / News on Technology and Science / Futures Past: The Binishell Dome Home / Blogs / Books / Podcast / Tech / Trends, ideas, vision and more...

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Data & Genomics – Realising the Nordic "Data Goldmine"

Upcoming conference

On October 4th, CIFS invites you to a conference where we explore the genetic paradigm and its opportunities within health. The conference "Data & Genomics: Realising the Nordic 'Data Gold Mine" is being held as part of the Week of Health & Innovation ( in Odense, and examines the potential inherent in the enormous amounts of social and health data of the Nordic countries – a gold mine for research, development, and business. We do not see these data being used enough. Senior experts and other key stakeholders will gather together to address questions such as: what are the challenges and barriers that restrict the use of data with regard to personal and public health?

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The Rise and Fall of Future Culture – SCENARIO 04:2016


Many no longer see the future as something we shape positively through choices and insights, but rather as something threatening approaching us. Is this change in our perception of the future a temporary aberration from the norm or are we witnessing a more profound change in Western culture? Other topics and articles include: Slow Tea Moving Fast / The Age of Symbiosis / Fighting Crime Before It Happens / Nature and Technology – A False Dichotomy / News on Technology and Science / Empowerment in the Fourth Industrial Revolution / Wildcard: Corporate Intervention / Photo Series: Sleeping Boys by Ada Bligaard Søby / Futures Past: Return of ’The Isolator’ / Sociotech / Blogs / Books / Podcasts / Tech / Trends, ideas, visions and more...

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Global Scanning Review – 03:2016

In this issue we look at retail secrets, the skill box, food pharmacists, the church of virtual reality, emoji commerce, crowdsourcing democracy, natural learning, uber police, swarm intelligence, hyper-accountability, digital work marketplaces, memory manipulation, and much more.

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Individual Resilience – Survival Guide for the 21st Century

Members' Report 

CIFS examines the skills humans will need to survive in a more demanding, globalised world that is characterised by high levels of technological interdependence and individualised, urban living. As social structures continue to be rebuilt throughout the 21st century, what competencies will be needed at the individual level in the future, in order to perform at work and succeed in life?

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Resilience at Roskilde Festival 2016

Come backstage, get inspiration, the latest knowledge and a unique learning experience with Roskilde Festival, Novozymes and the Copenhagen Institute for Futures Studies. Friday, July 1st at 9:00 to 17:00 at Roskilde Festival, you (and your colleagues) get unique insights into the resilient and dynamic Roskilde Festival.

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Why So Serious? – SCENARIO 03:2016


Several large-scale trends are shaping the future of languages and communication: Globalisation is pushing ‘Globish’ towards becoming history’s first global language, new technology makes real-time translation and robot journalism possible, and visual communication is making a comeback in the form of the emoji.

Other topics and articles include: What Will Human Beings Do in the Future? / A Quick Catfix / Diagnosis Culture: YES PLEASE or NO THANKS / Humane Computations / Future... Leaders / This is an Eggplant / EU Towards 2030 / Photo Series: Russian Dolls by Ekaterina Juskowski / Futures Past: The RCA Whirlpool Miracle Kitchen / Blogs / Books / Podcasts / Scenarios / Tech / Trends, Ideas, Visions, and more...

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Global Scanning Review – 02:2016

In this issue we look at cool mapping, gaming the city, skyfarms, employer banks, university 2.0, digital empires, new collective intelligence, anti-sales, interactive billboards, the future market, 72 seasons, the social ego, art gyms, virtual hugs, and much more.

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Radar, Shield, and Sword

In the face of natural disaster and economic turmoil RESILIENCE is moving up on the agenda of organizations and communities – and ultimately it matters to all of us: how do we as individuals cope with unexpected impacts in an increasingly uncertain reality?

Read about how to be resilient in the 21st century.

How to be Resilient in the 21st Century – The Radar, The Shield and The Sword

Members' Report 

Resilience helps organizations and communities adapt before change occurs. This report builds awareness and understanding of resilience as a means for reducing long-term costs and creating opportunities. We provide insight into how organizations and communities can apply resilience with three tools called: “the radar, the shield and the sword”.


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ISS 2020 Vision: Future of Outsourcing and Perspectives for Facility Management


In close collaboration with CIFS, ISS has released their newest white book as part of the ISS 2020 Vision series. ISS 2020 Vision: The Future of Outsourcing and Perspectives for Facility Management is the fourth book in the series and provides tangible solutions to the changing outsourcing environment in the future. The white book presents the results based on a global survey conducted in collaboration with CoreNet Global combined with a number of in-depth interviews with international outsourcing experts.

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