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by: Hugo de Bruin, HDB-interactive,
type: Articles
in: 09 the future of Media & Entertainment

This piece will focus on the possible future development of Digital Media in the context of the current media industry and the consumer. It is well expected that Digital Media will become important means for all kinds of businesses to communicate with their customers, BtoB as well as BtoC. This article will zoom into the high level value chain of the present day media industry and we will engage in some high level predictions about the things that might change over the coming years.more....

by: Jonas Svava Iversen,
type: Articles
in: 26 Futurist Tools

There are numerous papers and books on methodologies and use of future-oriented work: But many of these studies either focus on only one methodology and/or are not very user friendly in their presentation of the methodologies described. The aim of this paper is therefore to give a comprehensive and use/user oriented view of a range of methodologies within area of research and studies of trends and driving forces that may shape the future. In this particular context, the term ‘methodology’ covers both the actual methods used and the approach to the design of a future study (i.e. how different methods may be combined.). The main theme will be scenario development, but since this is a quite ambiguous concept it is often hard to draw the line between scenario methodologies and other future-oriented methodologies. We will therefore not only focus on scenario methodology per se, but also on the wide variety of futureoriented methodologies that are often used as a basis for scenario development.more....

by: Acceleration Studies Foundation,
type: Articles
in: 00 The Future

Understanding the nature, common pitfalls, and limits of human inquiry can help us avoid classic traps and dogmas, including the false threats and promises of many of the most successful memeplexes in global culture, and allow us to see through scenarios which are more a reflection of our own human-centric fears and idealizations than a realistic assessment of what the universe seems busily engaged in doing. We need the ability to be humble and to truly look and listen to see beyond our own individual and collective limitations.more....

by: WTO,
type: Articles
in: 18 the future of the Service Industry

Since January 2000, over 140 WTO members governments have been engaged in negotiations aimed at further liberalization of the global services market. The booklet below debunks some of the myths and falsehoods about the GATS and the new negotiations.
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by: Temporary Committee on Biotechnology and Food,
type: Articles
in: 08 the future of Food & Biotech

Genetic modification is an impressive new technology, but its application in practice depends on public support. This is only now being recognised. The government and political parties must learn to act according to this principle. The most important thing is to restore citizens’ confidence in their government, because it is the government that lays down the preconditions for research and enterprise.more....


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by: Mashable,
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in: 41 Google

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by: LDH,
type: Articles
in: 45 Ecological Architecture

EPA's mission is to protect human health and the natural environment; we accomplish this mission with approximately 26,000 employees working in more than 9 million square feet of office buildings and laboratories located across the United States. To ensure that EPA's buildings and practices reflect our mission, the Agency continuously works to reduce the environmental impact of its facilities and operations, from building new, environmentally sustainable structures to improving the energy efficiency of older buildings.more....


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by: Ken Rawlings, DHSA,
type: Articles
in: 13 the future of Healthcare

One asks what the management issues of health are today. Perhaps, the first question leads to a second question. What are the roles of health leaders today? Truly, primeval purpose might look establishing strategy. Strategy is transformational of institutional economics. It mandates in both public and private sectors the distinction of competitive identity and status in the tribes. In the act of grasping strategy, order is attempted, building directional ability or functional disability. more....

by: Ken Rawlings, DHSA,
type: Articles
in: 13 the future of Healthcare

Somewhere, there must be a designed action plan for that pet dog on a key chain using a common language and a common framework. A mind map of actionable SMART objectivity (specific, measurable, assignable, reasonable and time relative) and associative measure. But, how do we measure? Is their “this”, the same as my “this”? Is their “to” the same as my “to”? more....

by: Harinderjit Rai,
type: Articles
in: 13 the future of Healthcare

Maintaining a balance between healthcare costs and income is the biggest challenge faced by the markets reviewed in the IMS Market Prognosis Central & Eastern Europe report. In line with government efforts to curb rising healthcare debts/costs within the region, the proportion of gross domestic product (GDP) allocated to healthcare spending has remained either static or has fallen in the last one-two years.more....

by: European Commission,
type: Articles
in: 08 the future of Food & Biotech

The quality of the food we eat has become one the biggest concerns for Europe's citizens. This article explains the role of the European Union (EU) in maintaining the highest standards of food safety and quality. The EU agricultural policy encourages farmers to produce a large choice of quality foodstuff, including organic production. European-wide legislation serves to keep food free of harmful substances and to keep consumers well informed though the labels on the food. The EU Food and Veterinary Office monitors whether safety rules are followed. Also the EU-activities related to new technology and to the global trade rules have an impact on our daily food. more....


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by: Carnegie Mellon Software Engineering Institute,
type: Articles
in: 25 Software Architecture

What is software architecture?
There is no standard, universally-accepted definition of the term, “software architecture,” although there is no shortage of definitions, either.
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