DECODING TOMORROW: FUTURISM AND FORESIGHTS TODAY

FORESIGHTS AND IDEAS THAT EXPAND MINDS AND INSPIRE A CHANGE OF HEART.

07 Nov 2018

The Future of Work: Anti-Disciplinary Thinking & Brand

Why is Brand more important than strategy & What Discipline Are You Really In? What is the DNA of the Brand we belong to? Is Brand more important than strategy? In this collaboration with WorkClub, futurist Anders Sörman-Nilsson and ...

15 Oct 2018

Designing For Future Sustainability: Future of Work

There is no future without sustainability There is a saying that today's luxury is tomorrow's expectation. As a Futurist, I see today's luxury customer experience as a leading indicator of what we will all want ...

07 Oct 2018

Futuristic Nature of Work: Functionality and Diversity

What does the Future of Work look like? Functionality and diversity are 2 core concepts close to Soren Trampedach's designer heart. In designing the workplace and collaboration space of the future, Soren's obsession is with designing ...

03 Oct 2018

Stories from the Future - Interview with Soren Trampedach, Workclub

thinque launches Stories from the Future (video series)  This guy is taller me. Damnit. He is also very interesting, the Great Dane, Soren Trampedach, CEO of WorkClub Global, who is our first feature in 'Stories From The Future'. Tune ...

30 Aug 2018

Is Digital Disruption only disruptive if you are not adaptive?

  To my mum, running a high-end men’s clothing store in Stockholm, Sweden, digital always seems disruptive. For her, the cold world of purchasing clothes online attacks the heart of buying them in an analogue store – feeling the ...

06 May 2018

Your business is digitally hacked. Here are 5 Futurist Responses!

5 questions to get you thinking about your counter-attack Somewhere around the world – be that in Silicon Valley, Silicon Beach or Bangalore – a start-up is targeting your market share and your business and you are getting digitally ...

02 May 2018

Big Data, Open Banking and Futurist cyber criminals

Some of you may still like to live by the words of the great Western philosopher, George Costanza (yes, from Seinfeld). Among his many ‘wisdoms’, he even commented on the financial services industry, saying, ‘Important things go in a ...