Mark Satin has a good piece this month on “Futuring” and the release of Edward Cornish’s first book in 28 years. The founder of the World Future Society presents a manifesto that Satin calls “possibly the most significant hands-on political book since David Osborne and Ted Gaebler?s Reinventing Government (1992).”

The sixteen chapter book outlines how to wrestle with the accelerating pace of change with “futuring methods”, the ten ways contemporary futurists get things done.

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