Strategic Futurists; Value Systems Specialists

Events

Supply Chains; Recruitment; Strategic Planning - a Busy month for Futures work

Thursday 14 August 2008

In the past couple of weeks I've had to focus on great range of futures based topics either facilitating process or presenting my own ideas and observations, and it looks like its not over yet!

In the Free Articles area and in the Media area you'll find a number of new articles or presentations now available for access.  These include coverage of Strategic Futurist Marcus Barber's presentation to the 2008 Queensland Supply Chains & Logistics Conference that looked specifically at 'Supply Chains of the Future'; a presentation that looked at 'Recruiting for the Future' on behalf of the City of Greater Dandenong's South East Business Networks forum; and finally you can link to the new items at The Australian Strategic Planning Institute website (www.taspi.com.au) to check out the latest Tip Sheets for Executives engaged in the Strategic Planning process


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Events

The Basics of BitCoin and Digital Currencies
Wednesday 30 August 2017
Blockchains and Bitcoins? There's some great benefits among all the hype and yes there are risks. Perhaps the single most underrated element of the promise is the inability for any one or a handful of players to manipulate or 'game' the system. The keys to note are:
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The Increased Reach of Private Equity
Friday 25 August 2017
Was lucky enough to have joined some invitees at Grant Thornton's Private Equity conference. Three well run days with good speakers looking at aspects of potential for engagement in specific companies and areas (themes). As investment vehicles in various Industry sectors, PE is a clear Futures Focused area of endeavour.
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The Future of TV
Thursday 27 July 2017
This chat with Joseph Thomsen on @ABCGoulburnMurray was a look at the issues facing old school commercial TV networks in Australia, especially given Channel Ten's woes. There's a clue for Channel Ten right at the end which I doubt it'll will act on!
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