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Jack Uldrich’s Friday Future 15: March 29, 2019

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Think: Human Contact is Now a Luxury Good. “The luxurification of human engagement” is upon us. The wisdom of offering/selling human contact as a luxury good is something business leaders might want to begin contemplating–now. Think Twice: Preparing for Tomorrow Workforce In a World Run by Machines. If you have been relying upon KPI’s (Key Performance…


Jack Uldrich’s Friday Future 15: March 15, 2019

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Think: Just Rent Your Clothes. The “sharing economy” isn’t new, but when it converges with other consumer trends (such as people’s shifting financial needs and a growing environmental ethos), it will transform more than just the fashion industry.  Think Twice: Disruptive Technology May Change the Whisk(e)y Industry. (Always think twice! Why? The answer is embedded…


Jack Uldrich’s Friday Future 15: March 8, 2019

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Think: Why Large Corporations Struggle with Innovation. Are you “optimizing” your existing business processes or innovating? There is a big difference. Think Twice: There is now only one Blockbuster left on the planet. (Always think twice! Why? The answer is embedded within: Think Twice—you are on Thin Ice!) Think Different: Start Creating the Future with…


Jack Uldrich’s “Friday Future 15”: March 1, 2019

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Think: 10 Breakthrough Technologies of 2019. MIT’s Technology Review’s annual list is always a good read, and this year’s list is no exception. There is plenty to think about. Think Twice: Why Marshmellow’s Fortnite Show Will Prove Revolutionary for the Music Industry. The digitization of the physical world isn’t just going to “revolutionize the music industry,” it…


Jack Uldrich’s “Friday Future 15”: February 22, 2019

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Think: The number one mind-shift organizations need to make to stay relevant. In the past, people learned in order to work. In the future, people (and organizations) must work to learn. This article will give you a lot to think about, including why “perfect fits” might not be perfect and why you might want to…


Jack Uldrich’s “Friday Future 15”: February 15, 2019

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Think: Augmented Reality Will Spark the Next Big Tech Platform–Call It Mirrorworld. Tim Cook, the CEO of Apple, has said: “Augmented reality is going to change everything.” The implication of “digitizing the physical world” will be immense. As a leader, you need to begin thinking about the implications of AR today. This article is a great…


Jack Uldrich’s Friday Future 15: February 8, 2019

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Business leaders must spend more time thinking about the future. To help make this a habit, I have developed the “Future 15”–a policy of taking 15 minutes once a week to think about the future. To make the habit simple, I encourage business leaders to follow the 6 “F’s”: Every Friday at Four Forty-Five (4:45 pm) set…


Jack Uldrich’s “Friday Future 15”: February 1, 2019

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Business leaders must spend more time thinking about the future. To help make this a habit, I have developed the “Future 15”–a policy of taking 15 minutes once a week to think about the future. To make the habit simple, I encourage business leaders to follow the 6 “F’s”: Every Friday at Four Forty-Five (4:45 pm) set…


Jack Uldrich’s “Friday Future 15”: January 25, 2019

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Business leaders must spend more time thinking about the future. To help make this a habit, I have developed the “Future 15”–a policy of taking 15 minutes once a week to think about the future. To make the habit simple, I encourage business leaders to follow the 6 “F’s”: Every Friday at Four Forty-Five (4:45 pm) set…


Jack Uldrich’s “Friday Future 15”–January 18, 2019

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Business leaders must spend more time thinking about the future. To help make this a habit, I have developed the “Future 15”–a policy of taking 15 minutes once a week to think about the future. To make the habit simple, I encourage business leaders to follow the 6 “F’s”: Every Friday at Four Forty-Five (4:45 pm) set…


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