Richard Anderson, Jon Kolko
Our world is at the point of major change, fueled by the increasing capabilities of technology, the imminent entry of enormous powerhouse countries into the global economy, and the potential for catastrophic environmental and cultural flux on both a local and global level. The opportunities are tremendous, yet the future is also murky in its uncertainty: As we begin to design products, services, and systems for this dynamic future, the speed, complexity, and impact of our actions grow to an unprecedented height and the feeling of anxiety begins to build. This point of precipice is one that can be…
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