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An Interesting Day: visualisation as a futurist’s toolkit for imagination and strategic conversation – in collaboration with Rijkswaterstaat and LEF

An Interesting Day: visualisation as a futurist’s toolkit for imagination and strategic conversation – in collaboration with Rijkswaterstaat and LEF

Registration for this event is now closed. We hope to see you on the 27th or at another event! Last year we hosted An Interesting Afternoon. One thing we learned, is that an afternoon is too short. Sharing experiences is how futurists learn and get the ideas that are valuable for our profession. […]

27/11 Conference An Interesting Day: a futurist’s toolkit for imagination and strategic conversation

27/11 Conference An Interesting Day: a futurist’s toolkit for imagination and strategic conversation

Co-organised by Dutch Future Society, Rijkswaterstaat and LEF future center The future is not yet there in data, scientific evidence and facts. Visualisation of the future is often the starting point for a strategic conversation on new solutions and strategies. In this edition of An Interesting Day we present a […]

Looking back on An Interesting Afternoon

AN INTERESTING AFTERNOON by Els Dragt, reposted from Connectivity Room We Dutchies have spawned some of the world’s well-know forecasters in the past decades. But we only have a Dutch Future Society since 2013. They organize interesting events where international and Dutch future researchers lecture and meet. We visited ‘An […]

‘Futurists as catalysts for speeding up the future’ – interview with Sangeeth Varghese

‘Futurists as catalysts for speeding up the future’ – interview with Sangeeth Varghese

This interview with Sangeeth Varghese, co-initiator of World 50.0, author of Open source leader, Founder and Chairman of LeadCap Trust, one of the world’s largest youth leadership organizations, and LeadCap Ventures, a management consulting firm, takes place in a series of discussions with the keynote speakers of An Interesting Afternoon […]

‘One needs to be humble in designing the future’ – interview with Mark Turrell

‘One needs to be humble in designing the future’ – interview with Mark Turrell

This interview with Mark Turrell, author of the book Scaling: small, smart moves for outsized results, takes place in a series of discussions with the keynote speakers of An Interesting Afternoon – The world in 50 years and how do we get there? This event by the Dutch Future Society takes […]

‘The practice of futures for me is thinking WITH futures, not about the future’ – Interview with Roland Kupers

‘The practice of futures for me is thinking WITH futures, not about the future’ – Interview with Roland Kupers

This interview with Roland Kupers, author of the The essence of scenarios. Learning from the Shell experience, takes place in a series of discussions with the keynote speakers of An Interesting Afternoon – The world in 50 years and how do we get there? This event by the Dutch Future […]

‘Look for weak signals of the future, especially when they impose a fear on us’ – Interview with Jacintha Scheerder

‘Look for weak signals of the future, especially when they impose a fear on us’ – Interview with Jacintha Scheerder

This interview with Jacintha Scheerder, project leader of the Horizonscan 2050 at The Netherlands Study Centre for Technology Trends (STT)., takes place in a series of discussions with the keynote speakers of An Interesting Afternoon – The world in 50 years and how do we get there? This event by […]

‘Synthetic biology and other benign technologies that could have a dark side’ – interview with Seán Ó hÉigeartaigh

‘Synthetic biology and other benign technologies that could have a dark side’ – interview with Seán Ó hÉigeartaigh

This interview with Seán Ó hÉigeartaigh, Academic Project Manager at the Oxford Martin Programme on the Impacts of Future Technology, takes place in a series of discussions with the keynote speakers of An Interesting Afternoon – The world in 50 years and how do we get there? This event takes […]

11 April Amsterdam An Interesting Afternoon ‘The World in 50 Years and How do we get There?’

11 April Amsterdam An Interesting Afternoon ‘The World in 50 Years and How do we get There?’

We are happy to announce this event which is all about future studies. We bring together state-of-the-art future studies and projects, futurist thinkers and book authors. If you are into future studies, this event will help you absorbe all the latest knowledge of how futurists see the future. Also, the […]