The Wall Street Journal Interviews Futurist Jack Uldrich
By focusing on the specifics of today, Jack explains how we often overlook the startling changes taking place right in front of us.
Jack provides commentary in this news feature about the way new healthcare apps will change our lives.
Jack walks us through how “what we don’t know is just as important as what we do know”, and other seemingly contradictory principles of unlearning.
Understanding the future of farming and agribusiness begins with unlearning the obsolete information of the past.
It’s not what you do that will change, but how you do it. Jack explores nine trends that are changing health care for insurers, providers and patients.
Jack Uldrich begins with a lesson on compound interest to help the audience realize that, even in a numbers game, imagination is more powerful than knowledge.
It’s difficult to discard obsolete information and practices, but challenging our assumptions is key to succeeding in the future.
We all hold in our heads information and opinions that are outdated or obsolete. This reality frequently keeps us from embracing a successful future. Jack explains how to get rid of this unneeded baggage.
Global futurist and best-selling author, Jack Uldrich, delivers the keynote presentation at the Savannah Economic Development Authorities annual luncheon.